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Coronavirus: More social restrictions could be imposed, minister suggests
Tighter social restrictions could be imposed if coronavirus infections continue to rise, a minister has suggested.
Coronavirus: Spot checks and tip-offs as police target lockdown rule breakers
Police are set to carry out spot checks on people self-isolating, as tough new fines come into force for those who break the rules.
Uber judged 'fit and proper' to operate in London
A judge has ruled that Uber is "fit and proper" to hold an operating licence in London despite "historical failings".
Matt Ratana shooting: Man suspected of killing police officer in custody suite is named
The man suspected of shooting dead Sergeant Matt Ratana in a south London custody suite is 23-year-old Louis De Zoysa, Sky News has confirmed.
Boy thrown from Tate Modern viewing platform can now stand unaided
The young boy who was thrown from the Tate Modern viewing platform can now stand unaided, his family has said.
Aldi plans to create 4,000 new jobs next year
Discount supermarket Aldi has said it expects to create 4,000 new jobs in 2021 as part of a £1.3bn two-year investment plan.
Coronavirus: Manchester man first in UK to be given arthritis drug in trial to treat COVID-19
A coronavirus patient from Manchester has become the first in the UK to be given an experimental arthritis drug to counter the severe effects of the virus.
Coronavirus: New UK COVID-19 cases fall for second day in a row - but up on last weekend
The number of new coronavirus cases recorded in the UK has fallen for the second day in a row, despite a significant increase on last weekend's figures.
Ed Sheeran among stars sharing unseen gig footage to raise funds for Teenage Cancer Trust
Unseen footage of stars from Ed Sheeran to Sir Paul McCartney will go online to help the Teenage Cancer Trust raise money after concerts were cancelled amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Coronavirus: Labour's Kate Green apologises after urging activists not to 'let a good crisis go to waste'
Labour's shadow education secretary has admitted it was "hurtful and offensive" to urge party activists not to "let a good crisis go to waste".