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The news the UK has become the first country to approve a Covid vaccine dominates the front pages.
The health minister had said the originally-planned date of 14 December could be brought forward.
Travel restrictions meant Jason in Scotland and Christine in England couldn't visit family graves.
Boris Johnson says virus restrictions will remain - despite the UK approving its first coronavirus jab.
Universities in England are staggering the return of students after Christmas over five weeks.
Boris Johnson is set to unveil plans for world-leading emissions UK cuts - but are they enough?
Christine Colburn embraces her mum for the first time in months after taking a rapid Covid test.
The 73-year-old hails a "tremendous result" after he learns he will face no further punishment.
England's Deputy Chief Medical Officer says he believed the virus will become a seasonal problem.
Many students in England and Wales will travel home this week after being tested for coronavirus.
There have been claims that Brexit allowed the UK to approve a vaccine quicker than the EU, but is that correct?
The majority of roles will be as security, marshalling and office work.
Jacob is among the many students with a disability not back in school full-time in the UK.
Marcin Zdun murdered Aneta Zdun and their daughter Nikoleta Zdun at their home, a court hears.
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer says the government should go further and fine social media firms.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Wednesday evening.
The UK is the first country to approve the Pfizer vaccine - with 800,000 doses due to arrive in the coming days.
A 57-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder, say police.
Wales' top doctor is unable to say when care home residents will be able to get the vaccine.
Customers who want to use overhead storage must buy more expensive tickets, the airline says.