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COVID-19: 4 million jabs delivered but Boris Johnson warns there will be no 'open sesame' of lockdown easing
Four million people have now received a coronavirus jab, the prime minister has revealed, as he warned the public there will be no "open sesame" of lockdown easing.
US Capitol riots: Militia members tracked down by Sky News arrested over Washington violence
Two US militia members tracked down by Sky News have been arrested in connection with the rioting at the US Capitol.
UK weather: Storm Christoph brings 'danger to life' flood warnings - with snow also expected
The Met Office has warned of "danger to life" from floods, gales and snow as Storm Christoph heads to the UK.
COVID-19: UK currently has highest coronavirus death rate in the world, researchers say
The UK currently has the highest daily death rate in the world, according to figures collated by an Oxford University research platform.
MPs call for Universal Credit cut to be scrapped - but majority of Tory MPs abstain
MPs have backed a motion calling for the upcoming cut in Universal Credit to be scrapped, with nearly all Conservative MPs abstaining.
COVID-19: Partygoers claimed they had not heard of the pandemic - as police reveal breaches over the weekend
Partygoers who claimed to be unaware of the global pandemic, a group hosting a gender reveal party and people attending an illegal car meet are among the coronavirus rule-breakers caught over the weekend.
COVID-19: Man 'lived in Chicago airport in secret for three months' - as virus made him 'too scared' to fly home
A 36-year-old man lived undetected in a secure section of Chicago's O'Hare International Airport for three months because he was "too scared" to go home due to COVID-19, US prosecutors say.
Jennifer Lopez, 51, says she has 'never done Botox or surgery' after Instagram comment on her youthful looks
Jennifer Lopez has hit back at an Instagram user who claimed the star's youthful looks are down to "tons" of Botox.
Brexit: Boris Johnson promises compensation to firms experiencing issues exporting to EU
Businesses experiencing problems exporting to the EU "through no fault of their own" will receive compensation, the prime minister has said.
COVID-19: Matt Hancock says 'brighter times' ahead but public must stick to rules
The health secretary has said there are "brighter times" ahead as the coronavirus vaccine rollout continues, but warned the public: "Don't blow it now."
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