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Brexit has reached its endgame - and one very important phone call could be make or break
Saturday could be the most important day in Brexit since the UK's formal exit from the EU at the end of January.
COVID-19: Vaccines will only have 'marginal impact' on NHS winter pressures, chief medical officers warn
COVID-19 will keep hospitals under continued strain in the coming months as new vaccines will only have a "marginal impact" on patient numbers over winter, the UK's chief medical officers have warned.
COVID-19: Date set for when GPs need to be ready to start giving vaccine
GP surgeries in England have been told to prepare to start staffing COVID-19 vaccination centres by 14 December.
Anti-Sikh hate crimes reported across Britain rise by 70% in two years
The number of anti-Sikh hate crimes reported across Britain has increased by 70% in the last two years, according to Home Office figures, prompting calls for "urgent action" to tackle the problem.
COVID-19: LA approaching 'devastating tipping point' as California imposes new lockdowns
New lockdowns have been ordered in America's most populous state in the face of what its governor has called the "final surge" of COVID-19.
World's biggest iceberg A68a tracked by RAF as it heads towards remote island
An RAF reconnaissance aircraft has captured images of the world's largest iceberg as it heads towards the island of South Georgia.
'A filthy hovel' - Britannia named worst UK hotel chain eight years running
Britannia has been ranked the UK's worst hotel chain for the eighth consecutive year, after guests described their venues as "filthy".
Backstage With… Viggo Mortensen on his directorial debut
Viggo Mortensen became a household name after he was cast as the rugged hero Aragorn in Peter Jackson's Lord Of The Rings films.
Man, 66, charged with murder of two women in Kent more than 30 years ago
A 66-year-old man has been charged with the murder of two women in Kent more than 30 years ago.
UK space experiment could unlock mining resources on moon and Mars
A British-led experiment which could enable mining on the moon and Mars will be launched to the International Space Station (ISS) on Saturday.