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COVID-19: Vaccine to be offered to over-70s and clinically extremely vulnerable from this week
People aged over 70 and those listed as clinically extremely vulnerable will be invited to receive coronavirus vaccinations starting this week.
More mass vaccination centres opening as target to reach 2m jabs a week appears within reach
Ten new vaccination centres are due to open in England on Monday as the drive continues to protect the population against COVID-19.
COVID-19: Paramedics at 'breaking point' as patients 'dying while waiting for ambulances', survey suggests
Three out of four paramedics say they are at "breaking point" as they describe how patients are dying while waiting for ambulances, a new study suggests.
COVID-19: UK records 671 more coronavirus deaths and another 38,598 cases
A further 671 coronavirus deaths have been reported in the UK, government figures show.
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.
UK weather: Heavy rain warnings with 'danger to life' after snowy weekend
Large parts of the UK are likely to be hit by heavy downpours this week, with some covered by flood warnings.
COVID-19: Dozens get lockdown fines including man on 100-mile McDonald's trip
Dozens of fines have been handed out to COVID-19 lockdown breakers across the UK - including one for a man who was caught driving 100 miles to get a McDonald's meal.
Controversial monuments should be 'contextualised' not 'hidden away', cabinet minister says
Controversial monuments should be "contexualised" and "explained" rather than "taken and hidden away", the communities secretary has said.
Denise Van Outen: 'Clumsy' star shrugs off injury to appear on Dancing On Ice
Denise Van Outen has dislocated her shoulder after falling during rehearsals just hours ahead of the launch show of Dancing On Ice.
COVID-19: Some restrictions could go by March and vaccine should be offered to every adult by September
All UK adults should be offered the first dose of a COVID vaccine by September - with the hope some restrictions can be lifted by March, Dominic Raab has told Sky News.