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People across England are being urged to "double down" and stick to the lockdown rules.
Scotland's first minister says she has doubts about whether Celtic's trip to Dubai was "really essential".
The Labour leader calls for tougher coronavirus restrictions and says help for low earners must continue.
The content will not count in a mobile data allowance to help keep costs of online learning down.
The Welsh Government also says all eligible adults will be offered a jab by the autumn.
The warning from England's chief medical officer comes as seven mass vaccination centres open.
Simon Thompson, who ran the NHS Test and Trace app, takes over after a tough year for the post service.
Unison chooses Christina McAnea to replace Dave Prentis, who has been in the job for 20 years.
ACC Alan Todd says the PSNI faces significant pressure with staff testing positive or self-isolating.
The Labour leader says the government is not "just incompetent but also that it has the wrong priorities" helping families over the pandemic.