Only allowing takeaways and curtailing nightlife are among the new rules for the Greater Manchester town.
Sir Jonathan Jones, the government's top lawyer, will leave his role when his term ends in April.
Two of Saturday's Scottish Premiership matches will be played in front of up to 300 fans after the Scottish government approved their applications to be test events.
Brandon Lewis says a new post-Brexit law will go against agreements in a "specific and limited way".
Unified world heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua says Tyson Fury can "cement his legacy" by facing him - but that he should also "retire soon".
The bloc's environment agency says pollution contributes to hundreds of thousands of deaths each year.
Aston Villa close in on a deal for Brentford striker Ollie Watkins as they agree a fee of £28m which could rise to £33m.
Maria Kolesnikova reportedly tears up her passport to stop leaving Belarus.
England head coach Phil Neville gives debut call-ups to seven players for his 30-strong training squad as Fran Kirby returns after illness.
Trump targeted in online manipulated video of puddle and a sunken boat photo.
A director of the government's test and trace scheme in England says lab capacity is the issue.
The latest figures include the deaths of three more people who had tested positive - the highest since 30 June.
The British Geological Survey says a 3.3 magnitude quake hits the Leighton Buzzard area.
Tour de France race director Christian Prudhomme and members of staff from four teams test positive for Covid-19.
England forward Mason Greenwood says he "only has himself to blame" after being dropped for breaching Covid-19 guidelines in Iceland.
England right-back Lucy Bronze leaves Women's Champions League winners Lyon to return to her former club Manchester City.
Policing for the Ariana Grande show where a bomb went off was left on the night to transport police.
After a spike in cases, socialising and travel bans will come into force, but pubs remain open.
Police say a "long-barrelled" gun was recovered in connection with the shooting of a schoolboy.
The famous composer and theatre owner says socially distanced audiences are not financially viable.