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COVID-19: 24-hour vaccination sites to be piloted in London before end of January
Twenty-four hour vaccination sites will be piloted in London before the end of January, the vaccines minister has said.
Doctor charged with attempted murder as plastic surgeon fights for his life
A plastic surgeon has been charged with attempted murder after a fellow doctor was left in hospital fighting for his life.
COVID-19: Teachers, shop workers and police could be prioritised in next phase of vaccine rollout
The vaccines minister has said he is hoping to target key workers such as police officers, shop workers and teachers in the next phase of the vaccine rollout.
COVID-19: Vaccine to be offered to over-70s this week as more mass vaccination centres open
People aged over 70 and those listed as clinically extremely vulnerable will be invited to receive coronavirus vaccinations starting this week.
Alexei Navalny: Putin critic accuses Kremlin of 'highest level of lawlessness' at first hearing
Putin critic Alexei Navalny has accused the Russian government of the "highest level of lawlessness" at his first hearing since his arrest.
Brexit: Shellfish lorries park near Downing Street as new rules cause severe delays at EU border
Lorries used to transport British shellfish have parked on the roads near Downing Street in protest over delays getting into the EU due to new Brexit rules.
COVID-19: Nearly a third of coronavirus patients were readmitted to hospital within 140 days, study suggests
Nearly a third of COVID-19 patients who needed hospital treatment were readmitted within 140 days, a study suggests.
House prices dip as sellers race to agree deals before end of stamp duty holiday
Property asking prices have dipped as home sellers scramble to agree deals before the end of the stamp duty holiday, new figures suggest.
Donald Trump blimp being 'consigned to history' following its world tour
The Donald Trump blimp, which depicted the US president as an angry baby wearing a nappy and clutching a mobile phone, has finally been "consigned to history".
COVID-19: Everyone arriving in UK must now self-isolate as travel corridors close
Everyone arriving in the UK from abroad must now self-isolate as the government order shutting all travel corridors comes into effect.