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Sunday Evening - 6.00pm
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No child's prospects should be 'blighted by pandemic'
The education secretary sets out £700m to help pupils in England catch up on missed time in school.
Johnson and Johnson vaccine: FDA finds the single-shot jab safe
US regulators say Johnson and Johnson's single-shot vaccine is safe, and could be approved in days.
Covid-19: Adverts urge people to 'keep going' and remain at home
It comes amid falling cases, the vaccine rollout and the launch of the roadmap out of lockdown.
Covax vaccine-sharing scheme delivers first doses to Ghana
The vaccine-sharing scheme aims to help poorer countries like Ghana get Covid-19 jabs.
Cocaine 'worth billions' seized in record Germany and Belgium haul
More than 23 tonnes of the drug is discovered in shipments heading to the Netherlands.
Reading and Leeds boss 'very confident' festivals will happen
Organisers are "very confident" the events will happen this summer, as lockdown is due to be eased.
Alex Salmond saga 'a crisis of credibility' for Holyrood
Opposition leaders question why the Crown Office asked for written evidence from Alex Salmond to be redacted.
Covid: Jo Whiley 'so happy' over learning disability vaccine change
It comes after DJ Jo Whiley's call for people like her sister to be vaccinated as soon as possible.
Vauxhall: Crunch talks to save Ellesmere Port plant continue
Vauxhall's parent company has previously said its fate depends on the government's commitment to the car industry.
Van Gogh Paris painting goes on public display for first time
The street scene of Montmartre has been owned by the same French family for more than 100 years.
Cladding: MPs fail in bid to change fire safety payment rules
Rebel Tories urged the government to ensure leaseholders are protected from extra costs.
Bruce Springsteen fined $500 over drinking charge
The rock star admits consuming tequila in a national park, but two driving charges are dropped.
Borussia Monchengladbach 0-2 Man City: 19 wins in a row for Pep Guardiola's side
Manchester City make it 19 wins in a row with another utterly dominant display against Borussia Monchengladbach
Builders at Seville bar uncover '12th Century bathhouse'
The discovery of the preserved skylights and paintings was "completely unexpected", experts say.
Covid-19: 'Getting married is the most important thing'
What will the lifting restrictions on weddings mean to couples and those in the industry?
New fleece of life for Australian sheep with 35kg coat of wool
Baarack the sheep was taken in by a sanctuary after being found in a forest near Melbourne.
Rare bird: 'Half-male, half-female' cardinal snapped in Pennsylvania
Jamie Hill said taking the stunning photos of the northern cardinal was "once in a lifetime".
Covid: MP told to 'dress properly' for House of Commons debate
Jonathan Gullis was barred from speaking in the House of Commons until he had put on a jacket.
Handforth Parish Council could be abolished under boundary review
A boundary review suggests merging the rowdy local authority with neighbouring Wilmslow.
Rape social media posts: How speaking out got twin sisters sued
Twins Verity and Lucy were taken to court after speaking out on social media, naming their alleged abuser.
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