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Updated: 2 hours 39 min ago
Three employees and a contractor were killed in the blast at a water recycling centre in Avonmouth.
Alok Sharma says he expects the doses to arrive for the start of the UK's vaccination programme.
The 50-year-old clinical psychologist and mother-of-four is described by colleagues as an "inspiration".
Ross MacDougall and Dawn Smith are jailed for life for killing 40-year-old Tracy Walker in Shetland.
The UK warns chances of a breakthrough are "receding", as it negotiates with the EU over business rules.
Wales "could not suppress" Covid after its firebreak lockdown, the health minister says.
The inquest is now due to start in May 2021, having been postponed in October due to coronavirus.
Hundreds of residents reported hearing explosions in the early hours of Friday caused by the weather phenomenon.
Many businesses can reopen from next Friday, but drink-only pubs must remain closed.
For the first time in about two months, deaths with coronavirus registered in NI have fallen.
The money has disappeared from circulation and is unaccounted for, say MPs and auditors.
The family of a disabled woman who lives in a care home say the pandemic has "robbed" them of time together.
The retailer follows several supermarkets' lead and will repay £28.9m in business rates relief.
Pupils and teachers should get details of what assessments in Wales will look like by January.
Marc Sutton, originally from Caerphilly, was mistaken for a wild boar in the French forest.
The latest twists in the UK's vaccine rollout and trade negotiations with the EU lead the papers.
"It's so hard to concentrate when you're in your own room because they can't see you."
Filmmaker Xavier Alford explores up to his rare illness for the first time as it slowly paralyses his arms and legs.
The death of Nigel Demaline's wife, Pauline, of Covid-19, prompted him to help test a new vaccine.
The children of Newburgh in Fife have been trusted to design the town's festive illuminations.