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COVID-19: Dr Anthony Fauci backtracks after calling UK vaccine approval 'less deep' than US
America's top infectious diseases expert has rowed back on his suggestion that the UK's vaccine approval process was "less deep" than the US.
COVID-19: Who will get the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine and when?
More details have emerged about who will be first to get the Pfizer/BioNTech coronavirus vaccine when the UK rollout begins next week, with the first doses having now arrived from Belgium.
Brexit: Hopes of free trade deal 'receding' after talks hit stumbling block
The latest round of talks on a post-Brexit trade deal "did not go well", Sky News understands, with a UK source suggesting that hopes of an agreement are now "receding".
Bank of England told to find out where 'missing' £50bn in cash is 'stashed'
An investigation to find where around £50bn of "missing" banknotes have been "stashed" should be launched, a committee monitoring the effectiveness of public spending has said.
Warner Bros to release all 2021 films on HBO Max and in cinemas on same day
Warner Bros will release all of its 2021 films, including Dune and The Matrix 4, online on the same day they hit cinemas.
COVID-19: Primark reveals £430m lockdown sales hit as it refuses to go online
Primark's owner says autumn COVID-19 lockdowns have resulted in an estimated £430m hit to sales but insists the fashion chain remains on track to deliver improved profits.
Rohingya refugees being moved to 'dangerous' remote island off Bangladesh
The Bangladesh government is moving thousands of Rohingya refugees to a remote island - despite human rights groups' calls to stop the process.
Climate change: UK promises to cut emissions by more than two-thirds by 2030
The government has promised to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 2030 - to 68% of what they were in 1990.
COVID-19: Some hand sanitisers have less alcohol than label says, and not enough to kill COVID, Which? says
Hand sanitiser is one of the most common ways people are protecting themselves from COVID-19 when out and about, but some contain less alcohol than they claim - and too little to kill the disease.
COVID-19: Office Christmas party 'dead for now' with staff opting for 'cash instead', survey finds
Office Christmas parties are "dead for now", with most employees preferring cash instead of some form of virtual get-together, according to a new survey.