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Deputy Chief Medical Officer Jonathan Van-Tam says that it is ''not all doom and gloom'' surrounding Omicron variant.
The UK socialite denies grooming girls for convicted paedophile Jeffrey Epstein to sexually abuse.
Energy firms say the storm has caused "catastrophic damage" with north east Scotland the worst hit.
Mark Brown will appear in court later over the disappearance of mother-of-two Alexandra Morgan.
The health minister says there may already be cases of the Omicron variant in Northern Ireland.
George Russell, the last British driver ever to race for the F1 legend, pays tribute.
One traveller told the BBC he had found an alternative flight home, but he faces extra costs of £4,000.
Swabs from PCR tests can help identify omicron, depending on the lab they are sent to.
Proof of Covid-19 certification will be required to enter some venues and events from Monday.
Deputy Angela Rayner says she doesn't "know the details", as the Labour leader reorganises his frontbench.