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Coronavirus: A third of Britons unsure or definitely wouldn't use vaccine - poll
A third of Britons have said they are either unsure or definitely wouldn't use a vaccine for coronavirus, a poll suggests.
Coronavirus: Pubs close again after punters test positive for COVID-19
A number of pubs which reopened for the first time since lockdown measures were imposed have had to close again after punters tested positive for coronavirus.
Woman, 23, stabbed to death at Holiday Inn hotel is named by police
A 23-year-old woman who was stabbed to death at a Holiday Inn has been named as Khloemae Loy.
Kasabian star Tom Meighan due in court on assault charge - a day after quitting the band
Former Kasabian frontman Tom Meighan has been charged with assault and is due to appear in court today.
Coronavirus: 'Not wearing a face covering should be as taboo as drink-driving', says top scientist
Not wearing a face covering in public should be as taboo as drink-driving or not wearing a seatbelt, one of the UK's leading scientists has said.
Coronavirus: Deliveroo adds tipping feature amid restaurant sector crisis
Deliveroo is trying to bolster its credentials as a supporter of independent British restaurants by launching a direct tipping function on its app during a period when many local operators are fighting for survival.
Prince Andrew: Lawyer for Jeffrey Epstein's accusers urges prince to speak up
Prince Andrew has again been urged to speak to investigators by a lawyer representing more than a dozen women who claim they were abused by Jeffrey Epstein.
Coronavirus: Mirror and Express publisher Reach to cut 550 jobs
Newspaper publisher Reach is to axe 550 jobs, or 12% of its workforce, in an overhaul designed to cut costs by £35m a year.
China 'trying to influence elite figures in British politics', dossier claims
A dossier linked to former spy Christopher Steele accuses China of seeking to influence elite figures in British politics, business and academia.
British Gymnastics: Claims athletes 'beaten into submission' amid 'culture of fear'
British gymnasts, including Olympians and elite competitors, claim the sport is riddled with cases of physical and emotional abuse with some suggesting their complaints about welfare issues weren't taken seriously by the governing body.