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COVID-19: Lifting of England's rules over face masks, passports and work from home announced - with self-isolation set to go in March
Work from home guidance, COVID passports and mandatory wearing of face masks are being scrapped in England, as Boris Johnson announced the lifting of Plan B measures.
Christian Wakeford: Tory MP defects to Labour telling Boris Johnson he is 'incapable of offering leadership'
Bury South MP Christian Wakeford has said defecting from the Conservatives to Labour was "the most difficult decision I have ever had to make".
COVID-19: Omicron 'in retreat' and England in 'next chapter' of COVID fight, says Sajid Javid as Plan B scrapped
The Omicron variant of coronavirus is "in retreat" and England is in the "next chapter" of its fight against the virus, the health secretary has said.
Arsenal player's yellow card sparks FA probe after 'unusual' bet placed
The Football Association is probing a yellow card shown to an Arsenal player during a Premier League match, following allegations of suspicious betting patterns.
Boy, 14, one of the youngest Britons to be convicted of a terror offence
A 14-year-old boy has become one of the youngest Britons to be convicted of a terror offence after he admitted possessing an extremist publication.
Sir Kenneth Branagh on Belfast: Writer and director says 'introspection' of lockdown inspired movie which is tipped for success at BAFTAs and Oscars
Sir Kenneth Branagh has said the "introspection" of lockdown helped him to write the film Belfast - his semi-autobiographical take on his childhood during The Troubles - giving him a "fresh perspective" on the emotional days of his past.
Paralympic swimming champion Alice Tai 'healthy, happy and thriving' after foot amputation
British Paralympic swimming champion Alice Tai said she was "healthy, happy and thriving" after having her leg amputated below the right knee - an operation she has been considering for the past decade.
COVID: UK reports 108,069 new coronavirus cases and 359 more deaths
The UK has recorded a further 108,069 new COVID cases and 359 deaths in the past 24 hours, the latest data reveals.
Have you seen these men? UK's 12 most-wanted fugitives who are believed to be hiding in Spain
Twelve of the UK's most wanted fugitives believed to be hiding in Spain are the subject of a new appeal - over crimes including drive-by shootings and major drug dealing operations.
Cost of living: Which foods are driving the increase in inflation, according to the latest data?
Annual inflation was up at 5.4% in December, the highest value for almost 30 years.