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COVID-19: Harrowing reality of a coronavirus ward - where exhausted medics fight to keep patients alive and some don't make it
"We just all hope that we will live, and come out of it," says Tony Brown, a 73-year-old lorry driver, clinging to life in Barnet Hospital.
COVID-19: Joe Biden set to reimpose travel ban on UK and EU over fears of new coronavirus variants
US President Joe Biden will reimpose a number of travel bans that were repealed by his predecessor.
Winter tightens its grip on the UK: More sub-zero temperatures and treacherous conditions
The icy weather is not over yet, with Britain warned to expect sub-zero temperatures and treacherous conditions in the early days of this week.
Into The Grey Zone: Hostile states and criminals using 'huge amount of innovation'
Hostile states and criminals are displaying a "huge amount of innovation" when using information as a weapon to cause harm, a senior British security official has said.
COVID-19: Calls to NSPCC child welfare hotline jump by 50% durig pandemic
Calls by concerned adults to an NSPCC child welfare hotline have jumped by over 50% over the course of the pandemic, the charity has said.
Is Trump's impeachment trial worth the trouble if it's likely to renew rancour and division?
The starting gun for Donald Trump's second impeachment trial is fired today with the article of impeachment sent to the US Senate.
'Ground-breaking' unmanned combat aircraft project in Northern Ireland
More than 100 jobs will be supported by production of a new unmanned combat aircraft in Northern Ireland.
COVID-19: Rich 'riding out pandemic in luxury' as frontline workers struggle, says Oxfam
The divide between rich and poor is "proving as deadly" as coronavirus, the boss of Oxfam said, as research shows the world's richest people recouped their pandemic losses within just nine months.
Carey Mulligan on The Dig: 'Platonic leads are very rare on screen… This is different'
When I suggest to the director of The Dig that a film about archaeology isn't usual blockbuster fare, he quite rightly reminds me that "Lara Croft and Indiana Jones were pretty big box office hits".
COVID-19: Vaccine programme continues to expand with 32 new centres across England
More than 30 new vaccination centres are due to open in England this week as the drive continues to protect the population against COVID-19.