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Moorfields Eye Hospital quadruples operations in week-long "cataract drive".
The Royal College of GPs said an NHS reminder to offer in-person appointments was "frankly silly".
Rules on accessible buses come into force at the end of year but operators say there are not enough.
First year students describe their first impressions of university life, with Covid restrictions in place.
Cases of revenge porn have risen by a fifth this year, with lockdown to blame, say campaigners.
A blocked or runny nose, a sore throat and a cough are common, especially in the winter. But how do you know if you have coronavirus?
Restrictions on households mixing and early pub closures are expected to be introduced on Friday.
The pilots aim to help hospitals cope with winter pressures, including coronavirus and flu.
The former transport secretary's part-time job is with the owner of Harwich and Felixstowe terminals.
The problems with testing continue to dominate the newspaper front pages for another day.
The extension of measures to protect firms will hit pensions, savings, and lenders, say landlords.
The charity supporting wounded veterans says its income dropped by a third as demand for support rose.
Child protection referrals will rise now schools are back, police chiefs tell BBC Newsnight.
The PM says he hopes the EU "will prove my suspicions wrong" as he strikes a deal with Tory rebels.
People were going to A&E for virus testing as they could not get into test centres, a trust says.
The measure has been introduced in Leicestershire as infection rates in one area tripled in a week.
Families share a personal insight into the lives of those who died in the Manchester Arena bombing.
Parts of Lisburn and Castlereagh are added to the list of places affected by the new rules.
No-one can leave or enter Rhondda Cynon Taf without reasonable excuse from Thursday evening.
The silver penny depicting King Stephen was unearthed in a field by a metal detectorist.