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A total of 475,230 second jabs were given on Saturday, along with 111,109 first vaccinations.
Jesse Lingard continues his stunning form with West Ham by scoring twice in the first half to set the Hammers on course for a crucial victory over fellow Champions League hopefuls Leicester City.
The Duke of Sussex will return to the UK for the first time since "stepping back" from royal duties.
Iran's top nuclear official says an incident at its Natanz site was "nuclear terrorism".
The biggest night in the British film calendar, the Bafta Awards, is taking place in London.
Rangers are just four games from an unbeaten Scottish Premiership campaign after defeating Hibernian at Ibrox.
Three Leicester players, including England midfielder James Maddison, were dropped for the 3-2 defeat at West Ham for breaching Covid-19 protocols.
West Midlands Police issue an urgent appeal to the baby's mother to come forward.
"We've lost the grandfather of the nation". Prince Andrew says of his father, the Duke of Edinburgh.
Ireland's Six Nations game against France on Saturday could be in doubt because of new quarantine rules introduced by the Irish government.
A head and outstretched arms have been added to Christ the Protector in the southern city of Encantado.
Allan Saint-Maximin inspires Newcastle to a vital win at Burnley that lifts them six points clear of the relegation zone.
A black army lieutenant files a lawsuit against two policemen in Virginia after being pepper-sprayed.
Young people rioting in Northern Ireland are being "exploited", says the children's commissioner.
They appear in public a week after Prince Hamzah was accused of plotting to destabilise the kingdom.
Shared grief over Prince Philip's death is an "ideal opportunity" to mend rifts within the Royal Family, Sir John Major says.
Helen Glover wins gold in her first competition for five years as she triumphs with Polly Swann at the European Rowing Championships.
Monitors report another "explosive event" at a volcano on the now ash-covered Caribbean island of St Vincent.
Jimmy White is given an invitational tour card for the next two seasons on the World Snooker Tour.
A no-nonsense moderniser, the duke's last service to the monarchy may be in the way he departs it, reports the BBC's Jonny Dymond.