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16th January, 14:46
Almost 3.6 million people vaccinated against COVID in the UK as deaths rise by 1,295
The UK has recorded another 1,295 coronavirus deaths and a further 41,346 infections, latest government figures show.
16th January, 14:40
Revealed: Councils losing tens of millions of pounds supporting companies through COVID
Local authorities are losing tens of millions of pounds supporting struggling business tenants through the pandemic which could have dire and long-lasting consequences for local services, Sky News has found.
16th January, 12:58
Second variant from Brazil 'likely' already in the UK, SAGE scientist says
The second of two new coronavirus variants from Brazil is likely to already be in the UK despite the government imposing a travel ban, a leading epidemiologist has warned.
16th January, 10:12
Town's rapid COVID testing centres close for hours as snow sweeps across parts of England
All three rapid COVID testing centres in Luton were temporarily closed because of snow in the area, the council said, while other parts of England also woke up to snowfall.
16th January, 10:07
Starmer urges home secretary to 'take responsibility' over 400,000 wiped police records
Sir Keir Starmer has called on the home secretary to "take responsibility" for hundreds of thousands of police records which were accidentally deleted from a national database.