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Coronavirus: Stalemate over Manchester Tier 3 restrictions as leaders demand extra £50m and deadline passes
The midday deadline for a deal on tougher coronavirus restrictions in Greater Manchester has passed without news of a breakthrough.
Coronavirus: Sharp rise in weekly coronavirus deaths in England and Wales, ONS data shows
Weekly deaths linked to coronavirus have risen to their highest level in England and Wales since the beginning of July, according to the Office for National Statistics.
Oliver McGowan: Autistic teen's death in hospital was 'potentially avoidable', review finds
An autistic teenager's death in an NHS hospital was "potentially avoidable", according to an independent review.
Coronavirus: Wales imposes 'firebreak' for two weeks - as advisers say more circuit breakers may be needed
Wales is imposing a "firebreak" lockdown for 17 days from 6pm on Friday, the Welsh government has announced - and its advisers have warned that "multiple" circuit breaks could be needed.
Coronavirus: Health Secretary Matt Hancock seen in chauffeur-driven car without a face mask
Health Secretary Matt Hancock has been pictured in his ministerial car with no face mask on.
Coronavirus: UK becomes first country to back studies that would deliberately infect volunteers with COVID-19
The UK has become the first country to back studies that would see healthy volunteers deliberately infected with coronavirus after being given a potential vaccine.
Coronavirus: Disease might never fully disappear even with a vaccine, says Sir Patrick Vallance
A coronavirus vaccine is "unlikely" to completely stop infections and the disease might never fully disappear, the government's chief scientific adviser has said.
M25 closed in Surrey after three-vehicle collision involving ambulance
The M25 motorway is closed anti-clockwise in Surrey after a three-vehicle collision involving an ambulance, police say.
Parole Board hearings may be opened to crime victims after black cab rapist John Worboys was almost freed
High-profile parole hearings should be held in public, the chief executive of the Parole Board has said.
Bride and groom posing for pictures on train track among 5,000 trespassing incidents on the railways
A bride and groom posing for wedding pictures were among more than 5,000 incidents of railway trespassing between June and September this year.