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Updated: 14 hours 42 min ago
The UK and France agree new measures to help stop migrants crossing the Channel.
The National Trust also pauses licenses for trail hunts on its land after complaints made to police.
GPs are advised to plan to vaccinate those over 80 who are not living in a care home from 4 January.
Kerri Nicholls lost more than £45,000 due to gambling online.
How will UK transport be affected by the five-day relaxation of Covid restrictions over Christmas?
Kirsty Gaythwaite was awarded the gold prize as an outstanding new teacher of the year, in the National Teaching Awards.
Breaking up the Arcadia empire is 'the only way' forward, former chief executive Lord Rose says.
Nicola Sturgeon said support for independence is now the "majority view" as she opened the SNP's conference.
There is no evidence that it protects against Covid-19 but it could boost the health of the vulnerable.
Michael Gove warns MPs strict rules are still needed in England despite lockdown ending on 2 December.
The Department of Health says the majority of test and trace app users have "no issues" with it.
Experts have confirmed the apple found by Archie Thomas has never been seen before.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic on Saturday.
Pupils and staff at Belfast Royal Academy are trying to make sanitary products accessible for all.
A decision not to allow schools to pay for counselling using new mental health money is reversed.
Damilola was 10 years old, when he was killed near his home in Peckham.
Several of Saturday's papers report that Sir Philip Green's retail empire could enter administration.
Requirements for most courses will be reduced to "relieve the pressure and anxiety" for students.
Around 500 miles of roadworks are being cleared to ease congestion on motorways over the festive period.
Manufacturing of new Land Rover's with the Defender's classic shape will cost about £200,000.