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All travel corridors to close from Monday, Prime Minister Boris Johnson announces

Travel corridors will end from 4am on Monday 18 January.

Good Morning Britain launches brand new digital series Who's Behind the Mask?

The Masked Singer Unmasked host Will Njobvu

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Shadow Education Secretary calls for Gavin Williamson to resign

Labour's Kate Green believes it is time the Education Secretary left his role.

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Surviving Covid provides as good immunity as vaccine, new report finds

Dr Hilary Jones said it is good to have the news confirmed

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Piers and Susanna question Matt Hancock on the vaccine rollout and the free school meal scandal

Matt Hancock answered questions on the vaccine, lockdown and free school meals

#AskDrH: Dr Hilary Jones answers your question on the vaccine and lockdown

Dr Hilary Jones answers your questions on the Covid-19 vaccine

1 Million Minutes: Pledge your time to help end loneliness

Together we can help end loneliness.

Covid vaccine latest: Who will be the first to get it and when will the vaccination be given out?

Here's all you need to know.

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Financial Times Data Specialist dispels myths about coronavirus

John Burn-Murdoch uses data and graphs to address claims made by Covid deniers and Covid downplayers

Address to send Norah Gould birthday cards

Send birthday cards to Norah for her 100th birthday

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Amazing legacy of father who died of Covid and raised six children who all work on the NHS frontline

Ahsan-ul-Haq Chaudry's children praised their father's legacy after he sadly passed away

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Laura's Lessons: Measure your own weather

Welcome to Laura's Lessons, where she will be bringing you wonderful weather facts and experiments from home to keep you busy during the lockdown.

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Priti Patel promises 1000 vaccination sites by the end of the week and says pharmacies will be able to roll out the vaccine

The Home Secretary also spoke about whether it is time to have stronger law enforcement to make sure the public are following the lockdown rules.

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'This has been a dark period of America’s history' - Nicola Sturgeon reacts to the US Capitol riots

The First Minister of Scotland says Donald Trump has failed to live up to 'a level of decency that democracy depends on'

GCSE, AS-level and A-level exams to be replaced by school-based assessments, Gavin Williamson confirms

In his address to the Commons, Mr Williamson said the government are going to put their 'trust in teachers rather than algorithms'

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'A test at the border is near pointless' - Vaccine Minister Nadhim Zahawi explains why people flying in to the UK haven't been tested at airports

Mr Zahawi says the 'medical, scientific evidence suggests that it’s much better to focus on quarantining.'

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The UK needs to be vaccinating 5 million people a week to get coronavirus pandemic under control, according to Tony Blair

The former Prime Minister is calling on the government to 'dramatically' accelerate the vaccine roll out

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Michael Gove vows to accelerate vaccine programme to two million a week by February

Gove said the government is aiming to have vaccinated over 13 million people by mid-February.

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Sir Keir Starmer pushes for emergency legislation to deal with anti-vax campaigners

The Labour leader said the misinformation could cost lives

Boris Johnson announces third national lockdown

The Prime Minister said a national lockdown was necessary to control the new Covid-19 variant

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