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Housing Secretary confirms COVID tiers could last for months as he defends the new restrictions

Housing Sec Robert Jenrick says it was ‘sensible’ to put whole regions into higher tiers.

Richard Arnold's Armchair Guide - November 27

It's the final week of I'm a Celeb and there's plenty more brilliant new shows to get your teeth in to

Which tier is your area in? Government confirms new restriction tiers

The government launches a postcode checker to check which tier your area is in

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Chancellor Rishi Sunak defends foreign aid budget cuts and public sector pay freeze

The Chancellor appeared on Good Morning Britain to discuss his coronavirus recovery economic plan

Top tips to help heat your home this winter

The best tips to help you keep your home this winter from BOXT

Chancellor Rishi Sunak unveils spending plan for coronavirus recovery

The Chancellor said there would be a pay rise for nurses, doctors and other medical professionals

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Will Christmas bubbles increase the risk of spreading coronavirus and a January lockdown?

The government is allowing up to three households to mix for five days over Christmas

The Duchess of Sussex reveals she suffered a miscarriage in July

Meghan Markle says she felt 'unbearable grief' after suffering the miscarriage in July

Christmas lockdown rules confirmed - All you need to know

Households will be able to form 'Christmas bubbles' with two other households from 23-27th December.

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#AskGMB - Dr Hilary Jones answers your questions about the Covid vaccine and the Christmas lockdown rules

Our resident health expert answers audience questions.

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Transport Secretary admits the country was not prepared for the pandemic in key areas

Grant Shapps also told Piers and Susanna that he would donate his pay rise to charity

Boris Johnson announces Covid Winter Plan as he outlines tougher three-tier system

In an address to the Commons, the Prime Minister confirmed non-essential shops, gyms and hairdressers will be allowed to reopen.

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'When can we get back to normality?' - Director of the Oxford Vaccine Group says things will move 'very rapidly through the first quarter of next year'

Professor Andrew Pollard spoke to Piers and Susanna about the results of the Oxford Covid-19 vaccine

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Matt Hancock confirms Covid vaccination programme could start 'next month' as he discusses families gathering at Christmas

The Health Secretary also refused to confirm that he would reject a payrise.

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Will the vaccine be here in time for Christmas? Vaccine Q&A with Dr Amir Khan

Dr Amir Khan answers questions about the coronavirus vaccines

Five reasons you should watch HOW this weekend

HOW presenter Sam Homewood tells you everything you need to know about the explosive kids TV show.

Richard Arnold's Armchair Guide - November 20

From the return of I'm A Celeb to some explosive TV, the Armchair Guide has it all

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Defence Secretary Ben Wallace responds to £16.5 billion Ministry of Defence financial deal

Mr Wallace also spoke about the reports that lockdown restrictions could be eased for Christmas.

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'No ifs, no buts, no caveats' - Gordon Brown says Jeremy Corbyn has to make a 'full apology' for anti-Semitism within the Labour Party

During the interview, the former Prime Minister said Boris Johnson has 'to change his attitude' over devolution.

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The real death toll associated with Covid is higher than 52,000, says Financial Times' Economics Editor

According to Chris Giles, the number is over 70,000 as he explains how he’s come to nearly 50% more deaths this year.

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