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Cold medicine shortage blamed on lack of government planning
Pharmacies say there are supply chain issues with some products but people should not panic buy.
NHS Wales: Man carries grandad into hospital amid ambulance shortage
There were no ambulances available to respond after an 83-year-old man collapsed.
Inquiry into eight deaths after NI ambulance delays
The deaths of eight people in recent weeks may have been caused by lengthy ambulance waiting times.
Rishi Sunak: Hold me to account if NHS waiting lists don't fall
Rishi Sunak also makes pledges on the economy and small boat crossings in his first major speech of 2023.
Colston Bassett: Man who stabbed ex to death jailed for life
John Jessop, 26, murdered 47-year-old Clair Ablewhite shortly after their relationship ended.
Manchester Arena attack: Friends of bomber jailed for drug enterprise
More than £60,000 and stolen luxury cars were seized in searches at properties connected with the gang.
Extra ScotRail services to run amid strike disruption
ScotRail says it could not provide a full service on Thursday but confirmed journeys on 11 more routes.
Sainsbury's to raise pay to at least £11 per hour
The supermarket giant increased pay for the third time in a year in a bid to keep up with rivals.
Natalie McNally should have been safe at home, says cousin
The cousin of murdered Lurgan woman Natalie McNally says there is a huge deal of fear among women.
Birmingham doctor saves man's life on London to India flight
Dr Vishwaraj Vemala was on a flight to India when a passenger went into cardiac arrest
Fay Weldon: The Life and Loves of a She-Devil author dies aged 91
The author and essayist was best known for books including 1983's The Life and Loves of a She-Devil.
Strike daily: How Thursday 5 January’s walkouts will affect you
What you need to know about the rail strike and other industrial action this week, by the BBC's Zoe Conway.
Aled Glynne Davies: Body found in search for ex-BBC editor
Huw Edwards says his former colleague Aled Glynne Davies was a "kind and generous man".
Pembrokeshire paedophile Martyn Armstrong jailed for life
Martyn Armstrong was identified with software that was used for the first time in the UK.
Rishi Sunak's five promises analysed
Can the prime minister achieve his promises and is he taking a big political risk in making them?
Fay Weldon obituary: Shrewd, mischievous and outspoken
Witty and incisive novelist whose often colourful private life read like one of her own plots.
Mark Cavendish: Two robbery suspects still at large, trial hears
Two other men are accused of robbing the cyclist when he was at home in bed with his wife and son.
'We've got a two-legged fox on the lawn'
A family is stunned to find a fox with just two legs in their back garden.
People with a virus 'should wear face masks in public'
Scotland's national clinical director also urges people with a bug not to go to work to avoid passing it on.
Bromley Council: Shaun Slator's rape comment sparks investigation
Shaun Slator's comment has been described as "revolting" by Bromley's Labour group leader.