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Covid vaccine: PM hails Pfizer jab but warns it is 'not game over'
Boris Johnson says virus restrictions will remain - despite the UK approving its first coronavirus jab.
Covid: Some students not back until February next term
Universities in England are staggering the return of students after Christmas over five weeks.
Rapid Covid test: Daughter and mum, 95, hug for first time since March
Christine Colburn embraces her mum for the first time in months after taking a rapid Covid test.
South Africa's lottery probed as 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 drawn and 20 win
Twenty ticketholders win in South Africa after the unusual sequence, sparking claims of fraud.
Pat Patterson, first openly gay professional wrestler, dies aged 79
Tributes are paid to the "trailblazer" and WWE Hall of Fame member whose career spanned six decades.
Fans return to Football League: In Pictures
Luton and Wycombe fans return to their home grounds for the first time since February as Football League clubs welcome back supporters following the easing of coronavirus restrictions.
Covid-19: Shoppers return to stores under England's new tier system
Non-essential shops, gyms and hairdressers can open their doors as a national lockdown ends.
Climate change: PM aims for world-leading UK emissions cuts
Boris Johnson is set to unveil plans for world-leading emissions UK cuts - but are they enough?
Amazon's Panorama box lets firms check if staff follow coronavirus rules
AWS Panorama adds a range of employee monitoring powers to existing workplace camera systems.
EasyJet to charge for overhead luggage lockers
Customers who want to use overhead storage must buy more expensive tickets, the airline says.
Piers Corbyn guilty of lockdown protest restrictions breach
The 73-year-old hails a "tremendous result" after he learns he will face no further punishment.
Daryl Bunn death: Man guilty of one-punch killing in Maldon
Daryl Bunn was attacked after a meeting about best man speeches at a friend's wedding, police say.
Supermarkets repay rates relief after backlash
Morrisons follows Tesco's lead, with both supermarkets announcing plans to hand back a total £850m.
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The Pfizer/BioNtech vaccine has been approved by the UK regulator - when will it be available?
Covid: Should pregnant women be vaccinated? And other questions
We answer some of your questions about the approval of the Pfizer vaccine.
UK vaccine approval: Did Brexit speed up the process?
There have been claims that Brexit allowed the UK to approve a vaccine quicker than the EU, but is that correct?
Covid vaccine: How will we keep it cold enough?
The vaccine has to be kept at temperatures that are much lower than home freezers reach.
Covid: Who will have the Pfizer vaccine first and when can I get it?
A vaccine for Covid-19 has been given emergency approval and is now set to roll out.
Covid vaccine update: When will others be ready?
The Pfizer vaccine has been approved in the UK. How are the others doing?
Covid vaccines: Who decides if they are safe?
Busting myths and explaining the facts around vaccines.
Matt Hancock 'thrilled' with Covid vaccine approval news
The health secretary says the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine will be rolled out in the UK "from next week".
NHS workers: 'Vaccine is a game changer'
NHS workers have been giving their reaction to the news the vaccine will be rolled out in the UK from next week.
Vaccine rumours debunked: Microchips, 'altered DNA' and more
We've looked at four false Covid vaccine claims that won’t go away.
'Covid ended our marriage': The couples who split up in the pandemic
The stress of the pandemic and 24/7 lockdown together has seen many couples call it quits.
The Undoing: Five reasons HBO whodunnit got people talking
Starry leads, fab coats and killer eyebrows were just some of the things that had viewers tuning in.
England lockdown end date confusion: Did government 'mess up?'
Business owners say contradictory government guidance means they did not know when they could reopen.
NHS Covid-19 and Zoom top Apple's iPhone 2020 app charts
The contact-tracing app was downloaded more times than TikTok and WhatsApp via Apple's store.
China's Chang'e-5 Moon mission returns colour pictures
The robotic Chang'e-5 probe starts work to gather lunar samples it can send to Earth for study.
Why did the penguins go to the cinema?
These birds from a Chicago aquarium go on regular trips to unusual places. There's a good reason for it.
Otters find 'fairytale' love in lockdown
The pair were brought together in Scarborough after both losing their partners.
Debenhams: Over 200 years of history
The ailing department store chain is set to close, marking its final chapter after nearly 250 years.
Dame Jenni Murray on why she's taking her clothes off on TV
The former Women's Hour presenter will appear on ITV's The Real Full Monty On Ice.
Adoption: 'One boy stood out to me - he's now my son'
John is one of a growing number of men embarking on fatherhood alone.
Shop workers crisis: 'I wake up worried about my job'
Young people working in retail have been hard hit by the collapse of some of the UK's biggest chains.
Brexit: All you need to know about the UK leaving the EU
Time is running out for the UK and EU to strike a deal - what is happening now?
China #MeToo: Court to hear landmark case of intern versus TV star
Six years after the alleged incident, one woman is taking a prominent TV star to court.
Fans to return to football at EFL midweek games after coronavirus restrictions
After being barred from most matches since March, some supporters in England will return to stadiums on Wednesday.
Covid brainwave: 'I turned my office into a cyclists' cafe'
Three stories of people working in hospitality who have set up new businesses during Covid-19.
Fans return to English pro football after 266 days - find out how they actually feel about it
A BBC Sport poll suggests football fans are divided on whether they should be allowed to return to matches before a Covid-19 vaccine is available.
Highly rated British driver Russell to replace Hamilton for Mercedes in Bahrain
Williams driver George Russell will replace Lewis Hamilton at Mercedes for this weekend's Sakhir Grand Prix.
Fury to remain on Sports Personality of the Year shortlist
World heavyweight champion Tyson Fury will remain on this year's Sports Personality of the Year shortlist, says the BBC.
Covid-19: How will the new Pfizer vaccine work?
The Pfizer/BioNTech coronavirus vaccine has been approved for widespread use in the UK.
Covid: What are the new tiers and lockdown rules in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland?
England will move to a tougher version of tiered coronavirus restrictions when lockdown ends on Wednesday.
What tier will you be in from now?
Use our search tool to find out about coronavirus rules and restrictions where you live.
How do I find a new job during Covid and which sectors are hiring?
Jobseekers are having a tough time at the moment, but support is available.
Covid: What are the new rules for pubs and restaurants?
New rules for pubs in England come into effect on 2 December after the second lockdown ends.
Christmas Covid rules: Who are you allowed to see?
Restrictions will be temporarily eased around the UK, but there are still rules about what you can do.
Why is my area in a higher tier?
The government's new approach to determining tiers bundles together low- and high-rate local authorities.
Coronavirus: Should I start taking vitamin D?
Some people might want to consider it during the pandemic. Here's why.
The Donut King who went full circle - from rags to riches, twice
Cambodian refugee Ted Ngoy made a fortune in doughnuts then lost it all to gambling.
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