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COVID-19: Boris Johnson admits cases are 'high' but insists 'we're sticking with our plan'
Boris Johnson has admitted the level of COVID cases is "high" and he is "watching the numbers very carefully every day" - but insisted he is "sticking with our plan".
COVID-19: Case rates among schoolchildren in England hit new record high, latest figures show
Coronavirus case rates among schoolchildren in England have reached a new record high, according to the latest government data.
Sir David Amess: Ali Harbi Ali charged with murder and terror offence over death of Conservative MP
A 25-year-old man has been charged with the murder of Conservative MP Sir David Amess.
COVID-19: UK records another 52,009 cases and 115 virus-related deaths, latest daily figures show
The UK has recorded another 52,009 new COVID cases and 115 virus-related deaths, the latest daily figures show.
COVID-19: Plan B - what are the restrictions and case rates in the UK regions?
Doctors are urging the government to enforce Plan B measures in England as coronavirus infections rise in the weeks leading up to winter.
Manchester Arena bombing inquiry: Attacker's brother 'takes coward's way out' after leaving UK, victims' families say
The brother of the Manchester Arena bomber has "taken the coward's way out", families of his victims have said, as lawyers accepted he had been allowed to "laugh in the face of the inquiry" by fleeing the UK.
Mother and boy, 14, charged with murder of five-year-old Logan Mwangi found in Bridgend river
The mother of a five-year-old boy has been charged with the child's murder, as a teenager appeared in court accused of the same offence.
Judi Love to miss this week's Strictly Come Dancing after testing positive for COVID-19
Comedian Judi Love has tested positive for COVID-19 and will not take part in Strictly Come Dancing this weekend, the BBC has said.
UK weather: Thames Barrier to close for 200th time amid flood warnings in southern England
The Thames Barrier is being closed for the 200th time after a number of flood warnings were put in place in southern England as Storm Aurore moves in.
Wales says climate change could increase risk of landslides from disused coal tips as it marks Aberfan anniversary
The Welsh government says climate change could increase the risk of landslides from disused coal tips - and is calling on the UK government to allocate funds to make hundreds of high-risk tips safe.