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COVID-19: Portugal confirms UK tourists with negative coronavirus test allowed to travel from Monday
Portugal has confirmed that tourists from the UK will be able to travel to the country from Monday.
COVID-19: Four people in the UK have died with new Indian variant, while risk levels remain low, data shows
Four people have now died in the UK with the Indian variant of COVID-19 - the first known domestic deaths from the new variant of the virus.
COVID-19: Boris Johnson to hold Downing Street news conference this evening
The prime minister will hold a Downing Street coronavirus news conference later, Number 10 has said.
COVID-19: Number of people with coronavirus in England continue to fall, ONS says
About one in 1,340 people in England had coronavirus in the week ending 8 May, according to the Office for National Statistics.
COVID-19: Indian coronavirus variant - where is it getting worse?
New figures show cases of the Indian variant of concern are growing fast, but from a low level.
Stephen Bear: Celebrity Big Brother winner Stephen Bear charged with revenge porn offence, police say
Reality TV star Stephen Bear has been charged in connection with revenge porn allegations, Essex Police has said.
Israeli forces launch air and ground attacks on Gaza as fighting worsens
Israeli ground forces began launching attacks on Gaza in a widening of hostilities as Israel braced for more internal strife between its Arab and Jewish citizens following Friday prayers.
Warnings on social media as 'manipulated' photos and videos about Israel-Gaza conflict go viral
As violence between Israeli and Palestinian groups worsens, misinformation relating to both sides is spreading on social media.
Veteran broadcaster Trevor Phillips to host Sophy Ridge on Sunday show
Veteran broadcaster and writer Trevor Phillips will take on hosting Sky News' weekly politics show Sophy Ridge on Sunday, while Sophy goes on maternity leave at the end of the month.
Australia mice plague sees rodents biting people's feet and crawling over their faces
A persisting plague of mice in a part of Australia is making life a misery for many with people woken up by the rodents biting their feet - or crawling across their faces.