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The coronavirus pandemic has led to plummeting demand - leaving growers and producers at loggerheads.
"Loyalty is really important to us," say the band, after being let down by their "inner circle".
Many of Wednesday's papers report on concerns as students in England get A-level grades on Thursday.
The first minister has not ruled out extending the restrictions as 165 linked cases have so far been identified
A Highlands community council says the temporary quick solution is needed to tackle outdoor toileting.
The struggle to balance social distancing with the emotional need to celebrate and commiserate.
On the south coast, people have started going on sightseeing cruises of, well, cruise ships.
A nearly 170-year-old process has been used to photograph female and non-binary skateboarders.
The Big Ten and Pac-12 conferences say the decision was taken because of coronavirus fears.
This is the second year in a row that the wrestler-turned-actor has been declared the top earner.
How Ebola prepared one doctor in the Democratic Republic of Congo to treat coronavirus.
This year 79 tigers were captured on hidden cameras in Thailand’s Thungyai-Huai Kha Khaeng forest.
The coronavirus pandemic has thrown many countries into recession - but what exactly is it and how could it affect you?
Four bones found at Shanklin belonged to a new species of theropod dinosaur, a study finds.
Mayor Sadiq Khan says moving London's government from City Hall to Newham will save £11m a year.
Alison Taylor fears she may have been unwittingly responsible for spreading Covid-19 to care homes.
Which? says the Civil Aviation Authority needs more powers to punish airlines over refund delays.
Watch the five best shots from Ronnie O'Sullivan's quarter-final win over Mark Williams as he reaches the semi-final of the Snooker World Championship.
Six Hull FC players and two members of the coaching team test positive for Covid-19 after Sunday's loss at Salford Red Devils.
A-level results in England will not be lower than mock exams, in a last-minute change by ministers.