The UK has reported 6,874 new cases of COVID-19, a rise of 240 from Thursday, meaning the overall number of confirmed cases is now 423,236.
It's 10.40pm and a man has just bought some chicken wings in Oldham.
Hundreds of university students in Manchester have been told to isolate after 127 tested positive for coronavirus.
The first few weeks of university are usually a time for making new friends, easing yourself into your course, and becoming acquainted with the city you now call home.
New Zealand's prime minister has offered her condolences to family and colleagues of a police officer killed on duty in the UK.
Tributes have been paid to the "friendly, capable, lovely" police sergeant shot dead in a custody suite in Croydon.
Remember those early days in the COVID journey, where everyone talked about "following the science"?
"He's not what he used to be, is he?"
A few months ago, some experts were predicting coronavirus could deal an unsurvivable blow to women's football.
The search to find the prime minister's new spokesperson is reaching its final stages, with interviews for the £100,000-a-year role due to conclude in the coming days.