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There has been controversy about the 45 towns sharing just over £1bn from the Towns Fund.
The street art appeared on the side of Reading Prison, which is under threat of development.
It shares a worrying mutation with the South Africa and Brazil variants of concern.
But Prime Minister Boris Johnson defends allocations from the Towns Fund as "completely impartial".
The bar on shipping 250,000 doses amid a row with the firm is backed by the EU.
Home Office boss Philip Rutnam quit his job over what he claimed was "vicious" briefing against him.
Natalie Queiroz recalls her partner's attack five years ago in which her unborn child was feared dead.
The Korean boyband beat Taylor Swift and Drake to top the chart.
Police are warning that terrorists have not stopped planning attacks or radicalising people online.
The once-a-decade survey gives a snapshot of UK life and helps find out what services are needed.
The broadcaster announces the dating show will return this summer, but doesn't confirm the location.
Every year, 23 million truckloads of food go straight into the waste bin, according to the UN.
The Oxford University-AstraZeneca vaccines should save many lives, say experts.
Russian driver Nikita Mazepin admits he made a "huge mistake" in an incident in which he was filmed inappropriately touching a woman.
Detectives assessed claims that false documents were used to win Diana's trust before her appearance.
Tariffs on UK cheese and cashmere will also be lifted as the two countries try to resolve an old trade row.
Noel Fielding, actress Roxanne Pallett and ex-footballer Ally McCoist are among those to settle claims.
The Stone Roses man was supposed to headline the Neighbourhood Weekender in Warrington.
A team of electrical technicians made the discovery while moving an electrical pole in Monmouthshire.
All-rounder Ben Stokes says these are the "hardest" batting conditions he has ever faced after England struggled again on day one of the final Test against India.