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Paul Davies's replacement is expected in the coming days, after he quit in an alcohol row.
24 January 2021
England's deputy chief medical officer urges those who have had the jab to stick to lockdown rules.
24 January 2021
The vaccination centres are temporarily closing in south Wales with more snow forecast.
24 January 2021
The claim comes after a coroner ruled two deaths on the M1 motorway were avoidable.
24 January 2021
Those aged 70 to 79 have been urged to look out for the envelopes arriving in the post from Monday.
24 January 2021
Alexandre Marques, a waiter in London, was found dead on a grass verge in Luton.
24 January 2021
The "English" variant is thought to be about 50-70% more infectious than the original Covid-19 strain.
24 January 2021
Many of Sunday's papers focus on what the Covid jab means for lockdown, case numbers and schools.
24 January 2021
Boris Johnson said he looked forward to "deepening the longstanding alliance" between the UK and US.
24 January 2021
Janice Nix used to be one of London's most notorious drug dealers. How did she turn her life around?
24 January 2021
Despite the furlough scheme, employers decided to cut a record number of jobs during 2020.
24 January 2021
Twenty-six-year-old Mae Mamaril and her family all tested positive for Covid-19 at the end of 2020. Mae was the only one who was moved to an intensive care unit.
24 January 2021
John Nicholl, who is deafblind, says his use of hands-on sign language left him isolated in lockdown.
24 January 2021
Delaying second Pfizer doses to give more people their first is "difficult to justify", says BMA.
23 January 2021
Manchester City score three times in the last 10 minutes to defeat League Two side Cheltenham and avoid one of the biggest shocks in FA Cup history.
23 January 2021
Booking a jab by following a link in an email meant "depriving someone else" of a vaccine, he said.
23 January 2021
Is Wales able to meet its vaccination targets - this weekend and next month?
23 January 2021
One says he is surprised Boris Johnson shared the early data when it is "not particularly strong".
23 January 2021
A Midlothian food bank said seven of those involved with the charity had received the jab in the last week.
23 January 2021
Paul Davies is standing down after being seen drinking with other politicians during an alcohol ban.
23 January 2021
Students from more than 50 universities are taking part in a rent strike.
23 January 2021
A council deploys security staff to curb numbers exercising in country parks during lockdown.
23 January 2021
Five men forced their way in to the elderly woman's home and cut jewellery from her wrist.
23 January 2021
A 56-year-old Covid patient says she is finally recovering after a month in hospital.
23 January 2021
Matt and Amanda Knight, from Hinckley, say running has helped keep them motivated.
23 January 2021
A former grand house, golf clubhouse and nightclub has been converted to a vaccination centre.
23 January 2021
Hauliers tell a shadow cabinet meeting that NI and the Republic are "bad places to do business".
23 January 2021
Green groups are calling on the PM to cancel the project - but how was the decision reached?
23 January 2021
In 2013 the government promised to deliver a Sharia-compliant scheme but so far it has not materialised.
23 January 2021
A shortage of shipping containers, rising costs, and congestion at ports are holding back imports from China.
22 January 2021
The chief medical officer warns that in some ages groups Covid cases may still be going up.
22 January 2021
The UK chief scientific adviser says data suggests a higher death rate among those infected with the new variant.
22 January 2021
A team of volunteers at an east London mosque reflect on the challenges posed by the pandemic.
22 January 2021
Worship has been suspended as burials average 15-a-day, yet still there is denial about the disease.
22 January 2021
Joe Ritchie-Bennett's murder by a terrorist in Reading could have been prevented, his brother says.
22 January 2021
The storm brought heavy rain, flooding and snow to parts of England and Wales.
21 January 2021
The next few weeks could be bloody for the SNP as a Scottish Parliament inquiry kicks off.
21 January 2021
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