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Minister boasts vaccine approval speed proves UK 'much better country' than others
Britain was the first country to approve a coronavirus vaccine because it has "much better" regulators than France, Belgium and the US, a senior minister has claimed.
PM warns of 'immense logistical challenges' in distributing COVID vaccine
It will take "some months" for the UK's most vulnerable people to be vaccinated against coronavirus, the prime minister has said.
Take the vaccine if you want normal life back, Van-Tam tells sceptics
The public should take the COVID-19 vaccine when it is offered to them if they want to see an end to social distancing, one of the government's top medical officers has said.
More generous grades, crib sheets and fewer topics: New rules for exams in England
GCSE and A-level students in England will be given more generous grades and a chance to preview exam topics, as the education secretary promised next summer's assessments will not be scrapped.
Do not resuscitate orders might have been put in place without consent, watchdog says
Patients may have been under inappropriate "do not resuscitate orders" by doctors making blanket decisions during the first wave of the pandemic, the care watchdog has said.
Jersey to enter 'hospitality circuit breaker' as R rate spikes to between 1.6 and 2
A "hospitality circuit breaker" has been announced in Jersey as the R rate spikes to between 1.6 and 2.