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Pensioner shot ex in drive-by after being ordered to pay £10k divorce settlement
Money-obsessed Michael Reader, 70, blasted dead his ex and gran-of-three Marion Price, 63, with a shotgun as she sat in her car after tracking her movements for months
Life-saving Covid vaccine 'is in UK and being delivered to devolved nations'
The Pfizer/BioNTech jab, which was approved by the UK medicines regulator on Wednesday, will begin to be distributed next week. The initial doses arrived in the UK this afternoon, it has been reported
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Captain Tom Moore’s fundraising walking heroics voted highlight of 2020
Captain Tom's fundraising exploits topped the list in a national poll of 2,000 UK adults, ahead of a reduction in pollution and a new appreciation for key workers
Couples can start planning their weddings for summer 2021, claims Boris Johnson
Asked during a Facebook Q&A about support for the Wedding industry, Mr Johnson gave his strongest hint yet that big ceremonies will return by next summer
BBC project manager who watched child abuse on Zoom call claimed he was 'lonely'
EXCLUSIVE: Duncan Wheelhouse, 58, claimed he joined the chatroom to find “like-minded gay men” and was “surprised” by the images of child abuse being streamed
Parents expected to spend nearly £1,000 on tech for children this Christmas
Nearly half of children are hoping for the brand-new PlayStation 5, which costs almost £450, while 43 per cent have their fingers crossed for a set of Apple AirPods, which sell for around £160
Prince Harry likens Covid-19 to 'Mother Nature punishing us for bad behaviour'
The Duke of Sussex made the comment during an interview for WaterBear, a new streaming service focused on documentaries about the environment. He called for more action to tackle climate change
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Avonmouth explosion: Four dead in Bristol water works blast
Another person was hurt after a "very loud explosion" was heard from a silo at the site in Bristol.
Covid-19: UK surpasses 60,000 deaths
Only the US, Brazil, India and Mexico have recorded more coronavirus deaths than the UK.
Coronavirus: UK got vaccine first because it's 'a better country', says Gavin Williamson
The EU says vaccines are not a "football competition" after Education Secretary Gavin Williamson's comment.
Quarantine rules to be relaxed for business travellers
The business trips must result in a deal which secures 50 jobs or leads to a £100,000 investment.
Channel crossings: Suspected people-smuggling gang arrested in raids
The group is alleged to have helped 600 migrants - mainly from Syria - cross the Channel in small boats.
GCSEs and A-levels: Extra measures 'to ensure fair exams next summer'
There will be more generous grading in next year's GCSEs and A-levels in England to help those age groups.
Brexit: UK-EU trade talks down to the wire
The UK and EU teams are under pressure to finalise an agreement, as talks continue in London.
Covid-19 vaccine: First jabs 'could cut 99% of deaths' - Jonathan Van-Tam
It is key to deploy the vaccine "as fast" as possible, England's deputy chief medical officer says.
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North Yorkshire police spark fury by launching border patrols with number plate recognition cameras
North Yorkshire Police (pictured last week) warned people could face 'enforcement action' if they make non-essential journeys into and out of the county.

Why the UK approved Pfizer vaccine before the US and Europe
The breakthrough jab was given the green light by the UK MHRA (headed by Dr June Raine, pictured) within 10 days of receiving the results from its late stage trials.

Antarctica gets 28 new place names to honour modern British explorers
A variety of glaciers, bays, domes, mounts and inlets in Antarctica have been named in honour of modern British scientists and explorers.

Four people killed and one injured after chemical tank explodes at sewage works in Bristol
Four people have died and a fifth person is injured after an explosion at a Wessex Water treatment plant in Avonmouth near Bristol.

Cage fighter, 37, who stabbed his ex-girlfriend, 32, to death is jailed for at least 32 years
Andrew Wadsworth, 37, stabbed Melissa Belshaw to death at her Billinge, Wigan home, two months after he came out of prison on licence and became obsessed with her sex life.

Elliot Page's wife Emma Portner refuses to address her own gender identity and sexuality
Juno and Umbrella Academy star Elliot Page, 33, came out as transgender earlier this week. Elliot has been married to dancer Emma Portner, 26, since early 2018.

Grant Shapps announces quarantine exemption for business travellers
Grant Shapps today announced a significant loosening of travel restrictions with sports stars and journalists also allowed quarantine-free returns from countries not currently on 'exempt' list.

Liverpool shoppers who have negative Covid result could get DISCOUNTS
Infection rates have since tumbled and Liverpool was downgraded to Tier 2 when the national lockdown ended yesterday.


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