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Coronavirus: UK quarantine rules end for travellers from dozens of countries
Quarantine rules end today for people travelling to the UK from more than 70 countries and British Overseas Territories.
Coronavirus is 'not under control and is accelerating' as global cases hit 11.8 million, WHO warns
COVID-19 is not under control in most of the world and is actually getting worse, according to the head of the World Health Organisation (WHO).
Hundreds of UK police officers have convictions for crimes including assault, burglary and animal cruelty
More than 200 serving police officers in the UK have convictions for criminal offences including assault, burglary, drug possession and animal cruelty, Sky News can reveal.
Revealed: How many police officers in your area have criminal convictions
Police forces across the UK employ at least 211 officers and PCSOs who have been convicted of criminal offences, a Sky News investigation has found.
Naya Rivera: Former Glee star presumed dead - and police say body may never be found
Former Glee star Naya Rivera is presumed dead after emergency teams said the effort to find her has now been classed as a "search and recovery operation".
Bison to be introduced into UK woodland (and they'll have a job to do)
Bison are being introduced into British woodland in a £1m project to restore an ancient habitat and its wildlife.
Police officer, 21, charged with being member of far-right terror group
A Metropolitan Police officer has been charged with being a member of banned neo-Nazi group National Action.
Water supply at 'serious risk' of running out in parts of England within 20 years
There is a "serious risk" some parts of England will run out of water within 20 years, a committee of MPs has warned.
Primodos scandal: 'Significant' changes were made to key report
After four long decades, the families who campaigned for justice after taking the pregnancy test drug Primodos finally had their apology in parliament.
Doctors may be missing illnesses because UK medical textbooks often focus on white people
There are concerns that illnesses are being missed and that patients are being misdiagnosed following criticism that mainstream medical resources fail to show signs and symptoms of skin conditions on people of colour.