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Coronavirus: UK COVID cases hit highest ever daily figure of 26,688
Another 26,688 people have tested positive for coronavirus in the UK - the highest daily figure to date.
Coronavirus: Oxford vaccine trial will continue in Brazil after death of volunteer
The University of Oxford says it will continue its COVID-19 vaccine trial in Brazil, following the death of a volunteer.
Coronavirus: Spain becomes first country in western Europe to record one million cases
Spain has become the first country in western Europe to record one million coronavirus cases - marking a doubling of its tally in just six weeks.
Coronavirus: Nottingham students fined £40,000 for throwing house party in Tier 2 zone
Four students in Nottingham have been fined £10,000 each after throwing a party despite coronavirus restrictions, having told police that officers had "spoiled their fun".
Southall explosion: Two killed in blast at shop in west London
Two people have been killed in an explosion and building collapse at a shop in west London, the fire brigade has confirmed.
Married police officer accused of killing lover admits being 'well-practised liar', court hears
A married police officer accused of killing his lover has admitted being a "well-practised liar", a court has heard.
Coronavirus: Fined gym owner who got £53,000 in donations hopes to give it away after ban overturned
A Merseyside business owner says he hopes to donate £53,000 to mental health charities after a local ban on gyms opening was reversed.
MPs reject Rashford's call to extend free school meals over the holidays
MPs have rejected a Labour motion calling for an extension of free school meals over the school holidays until Easter 2021.
Conservative MP accuses Labour deputy leader Angela Rayner of calling him 'scum'
A Conservative MP has accused Labour's deputy leader of calling him "scum" during an ill-tempered exchange in the Commons.
Near-indestructible beetle is so tough it can survive being run over by a car
The key to making stronger buildings and planes could lie in the anatomy of a crush-resistant insect that can survive being run over by a car, scientists have found.