Coronavirus news – live: Government may miss 100,000-a-day-testing target, minister admits, as Boris Johnson to give Downing Street briefing
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The PM will address the nation at 5pm following cabinet talks on Thursday, but is not expected to announce any major change to restrictions enforced last month to slow the spread of the virus.
It comes with the government under pressure on the crunch day for its target of carrying out 100,000 coronavirus tests daily by the end of April.
How are grades being decided? What are the concerns about the system? And how can you appeal? Qais Hussain has the answers:
Would-be students are being advised that universities judge applicants on more than just exam results.
Nearly three in four of the UK's top institutions have vacancies available through clearing ahead of A-level results day in England.
Ucas has some handy hints for anyone applying for a place through clearing. Courses with similar content may have different names at different places, for instance. It's an opportunity to ask course leaders questions.
Melvin Odoom said: "You guys are the future, we need people like yourselves to move this country forward and make this world a better place. No pressure."
Ucas has a tie-up with the Open University.