Stories from or involving BBC England's data journalism unit.
Life appears to have gone back to normal in some ways, but is still very different in others.
How health bosses decide whether a town should go back into lockdown if Covid-19 cases rise.
People "should not be alarmed" by the announcement as it is "standard practice", authorities say.
Official figures reveal a drop in the number in employment, with young people hard hit.
A BBC investigation reveals the scale of the financial challenges facing local authorities.
Many homeless people are still in hotels or B&Bs but some have already returned to the streets.
After Marcus Rashford's successful campaign, what do charities and schools want to happen?
The stores might be back open but will a lack of available toilets put some shoppers off?
The reopening of primary school for all year groups in England has been ditched by the government.
Northwick Park Hospital was overwhelmed with Covid patients. How did staff cope with the onslaught?
Thirty out of 102 care home providers contacted by the BBC said none of their staff had been tested.
Sweet treat deliveries see a surge in interest during lockdown, search data suggests.
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Landlords are asking customers for donations to help keep them afloat during the Covid-19 pandemic.