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More mass vaccination centres opening as target to reach 2m jabs a week appears within reach
Ten new vaccination centres are due to open in England on Monday as the drive continues to protect the population against COVID-19.
COVID-19: Prince William 'proud' of Queen and Duke for getting COVID jabs as he urges 'everyone' to get the vaccine
Prince William has said he is "very proud" of the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh for getting their coronavirus vaccinations.
Dog owner 'completely broken' as pet who helped him cope with depression is stolen during attack
Dog walkers are increasingly being targeted by violent criminals intent on stealing their high value pets to sell on for profit.
Magicians to celebrate 100 years of sawing-person-in-half trick
A hundred years ago, an enthralled audience gasped as magician PT Selbit sawed through a wooden crate while a woman was lying inside.
Felicity-May Harvey: Family pay tribute to baby girl after murder arrest
The family of a two-week-old girl who died in hospital say she "melted the hearts of everyone who met her" after a man was arrested on suspicion of her murder.
Kelly Tolhurst: Minister resigns to spend 'precious time' with family after 'devastating news'
Housing minister Kelly Tolhurst has resigned from the government after receiving "devastating" family news.
Cornwall seaside resort to host G7 summit of world leaders
Boris Johnson will host this year's G7 summit in the tiny seaside resort of Carbis Bay in Cornwall, where he will urge world leaders to unite in "building back better" from the pandemic.
COVID-19: Medics call for emergency law to protect them from 'unlawful killing' cases
Medics are calling for emergency legislation to protect them from "inappropriate" legal action over COVID-19 treatment decisions made under the pressure of the pandemic.
COVID-19: Salisbury Cathedral transformed into vaccine hub - now rollout is stepping up another gear
Salisbury Cathedral was a mere new-build when people came to pray for deliverance from the Black Death.
COVID-19: Councils losing tens of millions of pounds supporting businesses through pandemic
Local authorities are losing tens of millions of pounds supporting struggling business tenants through the pandemic which could have dire and long-lasting consequences for local services, Sky News has found.
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