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COVID-19: UK reports highest daily number of deaths since March as a further 43,738 cases recorded
The UK has recorded 223 COVID-related deaths within 28 days of a positive test in the biggest daily jump since early March.
COVID-19: Is the UK's booster jab rollout too slow – and will it work?
One of the UK's top epidemiologists has warned that COVID booster vaccines need to be rolled out faster to keep people safe this winter.
Number 10 condemns 'intimidation' of Michael Gove by anti-lockdown demonstrators
Number 10 has condemned "harassment and intimidation" of cabinet minister Michael Gove by anti-lockdown demonstrators as "completely unacceptable".
Somerset: Pensioner accused of murdering husband told police she 'should have stabbed him more'
A pensioner accused of murdering her husband told police she "should have stabbed him more" as she was arrested, a court was told.
Net zero strategy: Government plans will 'support up to 440,000 jobs', minister says - as plans to end sale of new petrol and diesel cars revealed
The government's net zero strategy will "support up to 440,000 jobs" by 2030, a business minister has said - as he announced a move towards the end of the sale of new petrol and diesel cars.
'You are as old as you feel': Queen turns down Oldie of the Year award
She may be 95, but it seems the Queen feels too young at heart to accept the main award for "Oldie of the Year".
Manchester Arena bomber's brother Ismail Abedi flees country after trying to avoid giving evidence to inquiry
The older brother of the Manchester Arena bomber has fled the country as he seeks to avoid giving evidence to the inquiry.
'Wave of terrorism in Europe moving towards the UK', ex-counter terror chief warns
The UK's terror threat level is likely to be raised and should have been upgraded before the murder of MP Sir David Amess, a former counter-terrorism chief has said.
'Multiple failings' in responses to claims of child sex abuse made against Lord Janner, report finds
Children who claimed they were being abused by the late Labour peer Lord Janner were "let down by institutional failings", according a report.
Climate change: How UK plans to reach net zero by 2050 - here are the key details
The government has announced its strategy to meet its promise to cut emissions to net zero by 2050.