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Seriously ill patients are moved almost 300 miles to ease pressure in over-stretched hospitals.
David Chambers is accused of charging the woman £160 for a bogus jab.
Plastic surgeons express shock at the stabbing of "highly respected" Graeme Parks in his home.
Mark Rutte's cabinet resigns after families were wrongly accused and many faced financial problems.
First Minister Mark Drakeford says there is "no doubt at all" Covid-19 is spreading in shops.
Wayne Rooney is named as Derby County's new manager, with the ex-England captain also announcing his retirement from playing.
The NFL Show's Jason Bell and Osi Umenyiora discuss which of the sides competing in this week's divisional rounds of the play-offs would meet in their "dream" Super Bowl.
Newcastle boss Steve Bruce says criticism of his tenure has been “personal from day one” but he “won’t give in”.
Some areas could see freezing temperatures and 5-10cm of snow on Saturday, the Met Office says.
A variant that is thought to be more infectious has not been found in the UK, scientist says.
Captain Joe Root scores his first Test century since 2019 to help England build a substantial lead over Sri Lanka in the first Test in Galle.
Joe Biden's presidential Twitter account launches with no followers transferred from President Trump.
The family of Abdelbaset al-Megrahi had launched the posthumous bid to overturn his conviction.
Lucas Piazon played - well, technically at least - under eight different Chelsea managers but he has now left the club for good.
As temperatures drop, wintry weather has brought snow, frost and flooding to parts of the UK.
Government has introduced scheme for third year students, but others still left unprotected.
Joe Wicks inspired the nation to get moving during the first lockdown, but there's a new character on the fitness scene.
Manchester United are in form and top of the table but Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool have a history of remarkable resilience, says MOTD pundit and ex-Red Danny Murphy.
A deal is agreed in principle for Robert Saleh to join the New York Jets and become the first Muslim head coach in NFL history.
The Saved by the Bell actor fell ill last week and was taken to hospital.