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COVID-19: Decision to offer more than a million teenagers aged 16 and 17 coronavirus vaccines expected 'imminently', says minister
The government is expected to announce the offering of a coronavirus vaccine to some 1.4 million teenagers "imminently", a minister has confirmed.
Tokyo Olympics: Team GB's Hannah Mills and Eilidh McIntyre win sailing gold medal in women's 470 class
Team GB's Hannah Mills and Eilidh McIntyre have won a sailing gold medal in the women's 470 class.
Tokyo Olympics: Sky Brown becomes GB's youngest ever medallist with skateboard bronze - as nation improves medal tally
Sky Brown, 13, has won a bronze medal in the women's skateboard event - making her Great Britain's youngest ever medallist - as Team GB secured further medals in boxing.
Two people killed and more than 40 injured in Czech Republic train crash
Two people died and more than 40 others were injured when a fast train from Munich collided with a commuter passenger train in the Czech Republic.
COVID-19: Annabel is fighting virus symptoms months after testing negative for the disease
Annabel Prior was nine years old when she was struck with COVID-19 last October.
Motorists count cost as petrol prices hit eight-year high fuelled by recovery-driven oil demand
Millions of motorists are being hit in the pocket as petrol prices reach an eight-year high after nine successive months of hikes, latest RAC figures show.
Iran made 'big mistake' in deadly tanker attack, says UK's military chief
The UK's military chief has said Iran made a "big mistake" when it targeted the Mercer Street tanker in a deadly attack.
WhatsApp launches 'View Once' feature for auto-deleting videos and pictures
A new feature is being launched in WhatsApp today which will allow people to send videos and images that will be automatically deleted after they have been viewed once.
Barbie creates doll of vaccine scientist Professor Sarah Gilbert in hope of inspiring girls to get into STEM careers
Barbie has created a doll of one of the scientists that helped create the Oxford COVID-19 vaccine, in the hope of inspiring girls to get into science, technology, engineering or math (STEM) careers.
Tokyo Olympics: Belarusian sprinter heads for Vienna after accusing team officials of threatening her with 'punishment'
A Belarusian sprinter has boarded a flight to the Austrian city of Vienna, just days after a public dispute with her own team officials.