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COVID-19: Govt attacked for refusing to move to Plan B, as doctors warn action is needed now
The government is being "wilfully negligent" by refusing to enforce its Plan B strategy for tackling rising COVID infections, doctors have claimed.
COVID-19: Lack of mask wearing is 'compassion fatigue', says chronically ill woman forced to stay at home
The lack of social distancing and mask wearing is proof of "compassion fatigue", according to a chronically ill woman forced to stay at home for 19 months.
TRUTH Social: Donald Trump to launch social network, saying 'your favourite president has been silenced'
Donald Trump is launching a new social media platform to "stand up to the tyranny of big tech".
UK weather: French storm bringing heavy rain to South East and London
Weather warnings have been issued for parts of the UK as a French storm moves in.
New Zealand trade deal: PM hails 'great' new pact - but NFU warns it offers 'almost nothing' for British farmers
British sheep farmers could face increased competition from New Zealand lamb imports as a consequence of a free-trade deal which has been secured and hailed as "great" by Prime Minister Boris Johnson.
Sir David Amess killing: Home Secretary Priti Patel tells MPs threat level against them now 'substantial'
MPs now face a "substantial" threat level - meaning an attack is "likely" - following the killing of Sir David Amess, Home Secretary Priti Patel has said.
COVID-19: UK strikes deals for two antiviral drugs to help combat coronavirus surge this winter
Health Secretary Sajid Javid has hailed two new additions to the UK's "armoury of life-saving measures" to tackle COVID-19 as he announced the purchase of 730,000 doses of possible coronavirus treatments.
'They kill us and we are helping them': Ethiopia's increasingly nasty civil conflict
We could see a seemingly endless line of trucks as we headed down the highway in northern Ethiopia.
'Terrified' women describe blackouts and sickness after suspected spiked needle attacks
More than 20 young women have told Sky News about their experiences of being "spiked by injection" on a night out.
Prince Andrew: UK courts acknowledge legal papers over assault allegations
Documents have emerged showing legal papers concerning accusations against Prince Andrew have been acknowledged by UK courts.