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Covid-19: Gyms and all shops to open after England lockdown
England will return to three-tiered regional restrictions from 2 December, Boris Johnson announces.
Fans at sporting events: Maximum of 4,000 set to be allowed in England
Up to 4,000 fans are set to be allowed at outdoor events in the lowest-risk areas when the national lockdown in England ends.
Covid-19: Oxford University vaccine is highly effective
The vaccine is cheaper than other options and easier to distribute around the world.
Covid in Scotland: Relaxing of rules 'not expected' at Hogmanay
Nicola Sturgeon says there could be a "careful" easing at Christmas - but does not expect a relaxation at new year.
The moment a dog was rescued from an alligator's jaws
Gunner was saved by his owner, and thankfully only suffered a small wound.
British Airways' big sell-off: Champagne flutes and trolleys
The airline is selling thousands of items, including memorabilia from its retired 747 aircraft.
Narwhal tusk hero a year on from London Bridge attack
It's almost a year since Darryn Frost helped to stop a man who was on the rampage, stabbing people.
Covid-19: Masks compulsory in Welsh schools communal areas
Pupils in secondary schools in Wales will be expected to wear masks in all areas outside classrooms.
Cornwall cooker deaths: 'Serious failings' by Beko
A coroner has concluded five people died accidently while using defective gas cookers.
Covid-19: Daily coronavirus test plan to cut contacts' 14-day self-isolation
Contacts of people with the virus will not need to quarantine if they test negative, the government says.
Covid rules 'disregarded' as Swale becomes worst-hit area
The Swale district of Kent now has the highest coronavirus infection rate in England.
Banksy: Bike from hula-hooping girl 'removed for safekeeping'
The bike vanished from its position outside a beauty parlour in Nottingham over the weekend.
Covid risk: 3 people, 3 very different Covid risks. What's yours?
A question everyone's asking: what's my Covid risk? Here's how to find out.
Shamima Begum: Justice and the jihadi bride
Why this case - which returns to court today - is bigger than the fate of one teenage runaway.
OED Word of the Year expanded for 'unprecedented' 2020
This year saw 'hundreds of significant new words' rather than just one, Oxford Dictionaries say.
John Boyega stars in Steve McQueen's latest Small Axe film: Red, White and Blue
Life imitates art for John Boyega as he plays a police officer fighting racism, in the same year he took centre stage at the Black Lives Matters protest.
Lea Volpe: 'Why are you calling me inspirational?'
Paraclimbing medalist Leanora Volpe doesn't like to be defined solely as a disabled athlete.
Covid in North Dakota: One day inside a rural US hospital’s fight
Staff at a 14-bed hospital in North Dakota tell first-hand their fight to keep friends' family members alive.
Oxford vaccine: How did they make it so quickly?
Good fortune and scientific brilliance were behind the Covid-19 vaccine being developed so quickly.
Life after al-Shabab: Driving a school bus instead of an armed pickup truck
The Somali government retrains defectors from the al-Shabab militant group as barbers, drivers, mechanics and tailors.
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