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COVID-19: 'Virtually any child' would get coronavirus between 12 and 15 without vaccination - Whitty
Virtually any child between the ages of 12 and 15 would get COVID-19 at some point without vaccination, England's chief medical officer has said.
Killamarsh: Man charged with murders of mother, two children and friend on sleepover in Derbyshire
A man has been charged with the murders of a mother, her two children and a friend, who were killed during a sleepover at a home in Killamarsh, Derbyshire.
Yorkshire Ripper Peter Sutcliffe refused to shield in prison before dying of COVID-19, inquest hears
Serial killer Peter Sutcliffe, also known as the Yorkshire Ripper, refused to be shielded in prison in the months before he died from coronavirus, an inquest has heard.
Energy supplier Green to cease trading as it becomes latest casualty of energy crisis
Energy supplier Green has become the latest victim of the crisis engulfing the sector as it collapsed, blaming "unprecedented market conditions and regulatory failings".
COVID-19: Grant Shapps hints work to axe PCR tests for vaccinated holidaymakers is aiming for October half-term
Grant Shapps has said the government is "working as quickly as possible" to scrap PCR tests for fully vaccinated international travellers.
GP could face jail after embezzling more than £1.1m in less than two months
A GP is facing jail after he defrauded a healthcare group out of an "astonishing" amount of money.
Rolling Stones: Mick Jagger pays tribute to late drummer Charlie Watts in first show before No Filter tour in US
The Rolling Stones dedicated their first live show of 2021 to the band's late drummer Charlie Watts following his death last month.
Energy crisis: Soaring gas prices may not be temporary and more suppliers could go bust, Ofgem chief warns
Soaring gas prices may not be temporary and more energy suppliers could go out of business in the coming months, the chief executive of Ofgem has warned.
More than seven in 10 support assisted dying for terminally ill adults - poll
More than seven in 10 people would support assisted dying for terminally ill adults, new research has found.
Injunction granted against protesters blocking M25, amid warning of prison sentence
National Highways has been granted an injunction against protesters who have been blocking sections of the M25.