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Boris Johnson to make case for the union on Scotland visit
The PM will use the trip to argue the Covid response shows the strengths of the UK working together.
Coronavirus: EU and AstraZeneca seek to resolve vaccine supply crisis
Both sides pledge to work together after a reported 50 million-dose shortfall for the 27-member EU.
Covid: 'Virus going in right direction but not fast enough'
Coronavirus infections are still at very high levels in many regions, a study estimates.
Covid: WHO probe team in China exits Wuhan quarantine
A team of experts will begin interviewing people in the city where Covid-19 was first detected.
English National Opera lessons for long Covid sufferers
The English National Opera's singing coach gives long Covid sufferers breathing space.
Covid-19: Boris Johnson to visit Scotland and the singing lessons easing 'long Covid'
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Thursday morning.
John Kerry: UK climate summit is world's 'last best chance'
The new US climate envoy says time is running out for the world to address the climate crisis.
UK car production tumbles to 'worst in a generation'
Output tumbled almost 30% last year as Covid forced factory closures and a fall in consumer demand.
Nursery top-up fees probe prompts England-wide warning
Ombudsman urges councils to ensure parents are not wrongly charged for free nursery places
Covid: Black over-80s 'half as likely' to have been vaccinated
A unique study of millions of patient records identifies "substantial" differences in vaccine coverage.
Jagtar Singh Johal: British man 'tortured to sign blank confession' in India
Jagtar Singh Johal has been held in an Indian jail without conviction for more than three years.
Staycation boom: Bookings 'coming in thick and fast'
With new hotel quarantine rules for arrivals from abroad, many people are seeking UK holidays instead.
Covid: Lockdown rule-breakers flee Cwmbran salon in police raid
CCTV footage shows eight people running out of the fire exit of the salon as police show up.
The Papers: 'No EU can't have our jabs' and 'schools out'
The papers focus on a row over the supply of Covid jabs to the EU and the timeline for reopening schools.
Covid: Living through lockdown in a high-rise flat
The continuing lockdown in England is tough for everyone but what's it like if you have limited space at home?
Free anthology of black authors to be given to all primary schools in England
The initiative will provide a copy of the collection to all primary schools in England.
Kristal and her students are fighting to eradicate ocean plastic
Kristal Ambrose set up the Bahamas Plastic Movement in 2013 in a bid to reduce pollution.
Covid-19: 'I told my kids I wasn't going to make it'
Taxi driver Ali Sakallioglu spent 222 days in hospital with Covid, including three months in a coma.
Parosmia: 'Since I had Covid, food makes me want to vomit'
Many are finding things do not smell right after Covid - and that most foods smell and taste disgusting.
Scottish independence: Will there be a second referendum?
Boris Johnson will visit Scotland on Thursday as polls suggest support for independence has risen.
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