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Prince Andrew accused of 'victim blaming' over demand for Virginia Giuffre's mental health records
Prince Andrew has been accused of "victim blaming" and "gaslighting" after his lawyers asked for Virginia Giuffre's mental health records - including confidential notes from her counselling sessions.
COVID-19: Tory chairman Oliver Dowden 'hopeful' coronavirus restrictions can be lifted by end of January
Coronavirus restrictions in England could be lifted by the end of January, with the Tory party chairman saying he was "hopeful", thanks to "encouraging signs".
Marnie Clayton: Police concern for missing teen last seen leaving nightclub in Windsor
Police are appealing for help tracing a woman who was last seen leaving a nightclub in Windsor.
COVID-19: England, Wales and Northern Ireland record 70,924 coronavirus cases and 88 deaths in last 24 hours
England, Wales and Northern Ireland have recorded 70,924 COVID cases and 88 coronavirus-related deaths in the latest 24-hour period.
Prince Harry seeks judicial review after Home Office stops him from paying for police protection in UK
Prince Harry has filed a claim for a judicial review over a Home Office decision to prevent him from paying for police protection for himself and his family during a visit to the UK.
BBC licence fee announcement 'will be the last', culture secretary Nadine Dorries says
The culture secretary has said the next announcement about the BBC licence fee "will be the last", amid reports it will be frozen for the next two years.
Booster jabs for 16 and 17-year-olds to become available from Monday as rules change
Young people aged 16 and 17 in England will able to get a COVID booster jab from Monday, it has been announced.
COVID-19: Cases 'plateauing' in London, East and South East, with hospital admissions 'slowing', experts say
Coronavirus cases are "plateauing" in areas first hit by Omicron, with hospital admissions "slowing" in other parts of the country, experts have said.
COVID-19: What can Google searches tell us about bullying during the pandemic?
Schools should be taking more responsibility to tackle cyber bullying, according to an anti-bullying charity, after an analysis of Google search data by Sky News reveals the link between schooling and online abuse.
'Kill the Bill' demonstrators warn of 'draconian crackdown' on right to protest
Activists have demonstrated around the country to call on the House of Lords to reject a new policing bill which they describe as a "draconian crackdown" on the right to protest.