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Families of school-aged children to get two rapid COVID tests a week
Anyone living with school-aged children in England will be entitled to two rapid coronavirus tests a week when pupils return to the classroom, the government has said.
'They're genuinely frightened': Life in a village with 142% rise in COVID cases
Felpham sits on the sunny West Sussex coast and basks in the joys of being a village far away from urban COVID-19 hotspots.
'We couldn't afford to live': The people waiting for the Budget after months of lockdown
The chancellor is set to announce the Budget on Wednesday nearly a year after the country was placed under a national lockdown.
Prince William urges vaccine uptake and warns of social media 'awash with misinformation'
Prince William has urged people to get the COVID vaccine and warned of the dangers of "social media awash sometimes with lots of rumours and misinformation".
'His spirit lives on': Military flypast among tributes at Captain Sir Tom Moore funeral
A Second World War plane soared over the funeral of Captain Sir Tom Moore in a military flypast as his family paid tribute to the 100-year-old veteran whose "message and spirit lives on".
Captain Sir Tom Moore: 'His greatest legacy will be the hope he brought'
As Captain Sir Tom Moore is laid to rest at a small family ceremony in his home county, Sky News' Enda Brady describes his impact on the world.
Second World War bomb detonated after 2,600 people evacuated
A Second World War bomb has been detonated in a controlled explosion following the evacuation of 2,600 people in Exeter.
Another 290 UK COVID deaths reported as 19.6m people have first vaccine
The UK has reported another 290 coronavirus deaths and 7,434 new cases, while 19.6 million people have now had their first vaccine dose.
'An exceptional discovery': Ceremonial chariot found in ruins near Pompeii
A ceremonial chariot, complete with bronze decorations and mineralised wood remains, has been discovered in the ruins of a settlement north of Pompeii.
'They killed so many': 24 hours of mass executions and unspeakable violence, as told by witnesses
Axum is a historical city - an ancient site of pilgrimage in the Ethiopian region of Tigray.