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COVID-19: AstraZeneca boss says EU vaccine supply 'glitches' are because it signed deal 3 months after UK
AstraZeneca's chief executive has said the UK's target of vaccinating the top four priority groups against COVID-19 by mid-February will be possible.
'We haven't learned the lessons': Holocaust Memorial Day widened to include remembrance of all genocide
Britain's landmarks will be bathed in purple light this evening as people stop to remember the horrors of genocide.
'People are demanding change': Youngsters lead call for green businesses and jobs
Demand for green businesses and jobs is higher in the UK than anywhere else, according to a global United Nations survey promoted via mobile gaming apps.
COVID-19: 100 million coronavirus cases recorded worldwide - a year after virus first officially diagnosed
The 100 millionth coronavirus case has been recorded worldwide - just over a year since the first officially diagnosed case of the deadly virus.
COVID-19: Breakthrough treatment claims to stop 100% of symptomatic infections
The makers of an experimental drug, now being trialled by the NHS, say it is 100 per cent effective in protecting against symptomatic cases of the virus.
Biden confronts Putin over his critic's arrest, in a phone call the Kremlin describes as 'frank'
Joe Biden has spoken to Vladimir Putin for the first time since taking office, with the US president raising concerns over the treatment of Alexei Navalny.
US Capitol police chief apologises for 'failings' during deadly riots
The head of Capitol Police has apologised for "failings" during the deadly rioting in Washington DC earlier this month.
Xbox surge and cloud computing deliver boost for Microsoft
A surge in demand for new Xbox consoles as well as further growth in cloud computing has helped Microsoft deliver better-than-expected results over the Christmas quarter.
Italian prime minister Giuseppe Conte resigns
Italian prime minister Giuseppe Conte has resigned, according to the country's president.
India protests: Farmers armed with sticks and spears clash with police in Delhi
A young man on a horse charges into a wall of policemen securing the outer ring road of India's capital, Delhi.