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COVID-19: People infected with UK coronavirus variant less likely to report losing taste and smell, data suggests
People infected with the new coronavirus variant discovered in the UK are less likely to report losing taste and smell as part of their symptoms, a study has found.
COVID-19: AstraZeneca pulls out of EU meeting amid row over vaccine supply 'glitches'
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.
COVID-19: Deaths above average in almost every area of the UK
More than 100,000 people have now died within 28 days of testing positive for COVID-19. But this official government total is just one measure of lives lost.
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.
Jurors who sent Ghislaine Maxwell to trial were 'too white', claims legal team
Ghislaine Maxwell has asked a US judge to dismiss the case accusing her of recruiting teenage girls for Jeffrey Epstein to sexually abuse - because her initial jury was "too white".
COVID-19: US health worker to plead guilty after trying to spoil hundreds of vaccine doses
A pharmacist from Wisconsin will plead guilty after attempting to spoil hundreds of doses of the Moderna vaccine in an effort to make them unusable, the US Justice Department has said.
Home secretary expected to announce mandatory hotel quarantine for some travellers
An announcement on mandatory hotel quarantine for some travellers is expected later today, a move that could deal a further blow to an already struggling tourism industry.
Blind guinea pig and 'guide' sister in hunt for new home after RSPCA take them in
A totally blind guinea pig and her sister that helps guide her around are in need of a new home after being taken in by the RSPCA.
COVID-19: 'There will be things people will say we did extremely well' - minister defends handling of pandemic
A minister has defended the government's handling of the coronavirus pandemic, telling Sky News that in the future "I suspect there will be things that people will say we did extremely well".
Elliot Page files for divorce from wife of three years
Elliot Page is divorcing his wife Emma Portner after three years of marriage.