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Coronavirus: Boris Johnson defends testing boss Dido Harding and hits back at 'unseemly' attacks
Attacks on the government's coronavirus testing boss are "unseemly and unjustified", Boris Johnson has said.
Coronavirus: Second lockdown could be needed if new COVID-19 rules don't work, warns Dominic Raab
A second national lockdown could be needed if the latest coronavirus restrictions do not work, the foreign secretary has told Sky News.
Coronavirus: Scotland sees record 486 people test positive in a day
A total of 486 people have tested positive for coronavirus in Scotland in the last 24 hours, the highest number of cases recorded in a single day, Nicola Sturgeon has said.
Coronavirus: Madrid in lockdown as doctor warns Britons to follow the new rules or pay the price
A front line doctor in Madrid has urged Britons to stay strong and obey the rules as the country faces a second wave of coronavirus.
Grand Master Jay: 'We don't point our weapons at nobody. Unless they point them at you...' - Inside America's black militia
We're in the mid-West and we're about to meet the enigmatic leader of a black militia group that's become increasingly visible in a year dominated by racial tension in America.
Coronavirus: Austrian government sued for failing to lockdown ski resort during pandemic
The Austrian government is being sued after claims it failed to lockdown a ski resort properly at the start of the COVID pandemic.
Uncle Ben's new name announced in move to avoid racial stereotypes
The makers of Uncle Ben's rice have revealed the product's new name, as the company said now was the right time to make "meaningful changes" to a brand widely considered to have used racial stereotypes.
Coronavirus: First lockdown came 'too slow' so 'act quickly' if another needed, government urged
Ministers were "too slow" to announce the first coronavirus lockdown so must "act quickly" if another is needed, a government adviser says.
Captain Sir Tom Moore signs film deal - and wants Michael Caine or Anthony Hopkins to play him
Captain Sir Tom Moore will have a film made about his life, following a fierce bidding war over rights to his story.
Coronavirus: Trump says 200,000 US deaths is 'a shame'
Donald Trump has referred to the death of 200,000 people from coronavirus in the US - the highest figure of any country in the world - as "a shame".