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'We've got this virus back under control,' Matt Hancock says
The health secretary has said that England's lockdown means "we've got this virus back under control" - but warned continued vigilance is needed.
Family of Pat Finucane say decision not to have a public inquiry is an 'insult'
The family of murdered Belfast solicitor Pat Finucane say the government’s decision not to hold a public inquiry is an 'insult'.
Welsh pubs and restaurants banned from selling alcohol and face 6pm curfew
Pubs and restaurants across Wales will be banned from selling alcohol and be forced to close at 6pm every evening.
Sir Philip Green's Arcadia turns down Mike Ashley's £50m loan offer
Sir Philip Green's Arcadia retail empire has formally turned down an emergency loan offered by rival tycoon Mike Ashley.
UK records another 12,330 coronavirus cases and 205 deaths
A further 12,330 people have tested positive for coronavirus and 205 people have died in the UK in the last 24 hours, government figures show.
New inquest begins for young girl whose death was linked to air pollution
The mother of a young girl who died of an asthma attack thought to be linked to pollution says she "deeply regrets" not being able to tell her daughter what was causing her illness.
Moderna seeks US approval for 94.1% effective vaccine
Moderna has said it is filing for regulatory approval in the US, and that its vaccine trials have shown no serious safety concerns.
Rita Ora apologises after holding birthday party with 30 friends
Rita Ora says she's "deeply sorry" for breaking lockdown rules after celebrating her birthday with 30 friends.
'Game changing' test can predict who will develop Alzheimer's disease
A "potential game changing" blood test could be used to predict who will develop Alzheimer's disease, according to scientists.
Man pleads guilty over killing of boy in school hit-and-run
A man has pleaded guilty over the killing of a 12-year-old boy in a hit-and-run outside a school in Essex.