Premier League clubs will ask players to take a 30% wage cut as it is announced the season will not resume from 30 April.

No sacrifice is too great.

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Italy and Spain feel abandoned, as the crisis really brings into question what the EU is all about.

Must be bad if the BBC have been forced to mention it.

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Schoolchildren will be offered online videos, quizzes, podcasts and articles on core subjects.

So fucking predictable.

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The Hungarian leader has used the crisis to erode political freedom

Why do they hate him so much? Is what is happening here with our shit-stirring media any better?

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Despite a social media shout-out for rainbow artwork, the NHS has now asked people to share their pictures online only

We show solidarity by paying their wages.

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Five BBC stations joined forces to get the country singing to Prince and Florence + The Machine.

Never waste an opportunity for self-promotion.

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Labour members are overwhelmingly in favour of the radical policies contained in the 2017 and 2019 general election…

Good news for the rest of us.

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Employees fear risk of coronavirus when staffing aisles selling non-essential items.

BBC won't be happy until the economy is destroyed.

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The UK is facing a shortage of fruit and vegetable pickers as harvest time nears.

Why not, if they want to do something useful for a change?

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Supermarket chain is accused of exploiting its essential business status to sell its Argos homewares.

BBC well-placed to be the squealer of the state.

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