The shadow chancellor urged the Government to take a more flexible approach.
Although the biggest social network is unlikely to close, researchers look at the consequences should such an event ever happen.
Thousands of pupils will receive their A-level and GCSE results this month after exams were cancelled.
The immigration minister was due in Paris on Tuesday.
Unemployment levels have remained flat, even though hundreds of thousands have lost their jobs.
The design of the Cambridge roundabout played no part in the accident, the council said.
A civil rights campaigner had brought a legal challenge against South Wales Police.
The 37-year-old was caught in a suspected riptide at Waxham in Norfolk.
Increasing ambition to generate 65% of power from wind and solar by 2030 will not push up consumer costs, advisers have said.
Pupils in the Scottish Borders are returning on Tuesday, as are some in Shetland on a phased basis.
Sophie Jones-Cooper said she wants her children to go back, but will need to enforce hygiene measures.
The Treasury revealed that 1.15 million claims to use the loan scheme were approved by August 9.
West Midlands Ambulance Service has released drone footage of smoke billowing from the site.
The Committee on the Scottish Government Handling of Harassment Complaints says more information is needed as a matter of urgency.
The mammal was stuck in shallow water and was saved after being put into a boat and taken back out to sea.
The UK’s largest cruise line said this was due to the Foreign and Commonwealth Office advising people to avoid cruises.
Labour said the service was nowhere near ‘world-beating’.