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COVID-19: Mystery sixth person in UK with Brazilian COVID-19 'variant of concern' is found
A sixth person in the UK who tested positive for a Brazilian coronavirus "variant of concern" has been found in Croydon, south London.
'Today is the day I will die' - Nun who opposed Myanmar military says she begged them for mercy
A nun who knelt in front of armed security forces in Myanmar to stop them firing on civilians has said she was prepared to die to save protestors' lives.
'Number of casualties' in Treorchy: Police dealing with 'serious incident'
Police are dealing with a serious incident involving a number of casualties in South Wales.
Team Meghan: Duchess of Sussex's friends hit back at bullying claims ahead of Oprah Winfrey interview
As the Duchess of Sussex defends herself against accusations of bullying ahead of a tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey, Meghan's friends have taken to social media to defend the former actress.
Gordon Elliott: Horse trainer suspended for six months over picture of him sitting on dead horse
Horse trainer Gordon Elliott has been suspended for six months by the Irish horse racing authorities after being pictured sitting on a dead horse.
Meghan tells Oprah royal 'construct' is 'different than what people imagine' in new teaser clip
The Duchess of Sussex has said it is "really liberating" to be "able to make a choice on your own" in the latest teaser clip of her interview with Oprah Winfrey.
Prince Philip: Duke of Edinburgh moved back to private hospital following procedure for heart condition
Prince Philip has been moved back to King Edward VII's Hospital following a "successful procedure" for a pre-existing heart condition.
COVID-19: 'Unbreakable link between cases, hospitalisations and deaths is now breaking' - health sec
The "unbreakable link" between COVID-19 cases, hospitalisations, and deaths is being broken by the vaccination programme, the health secretary has said.
COVID-19: Britons travelling abroad must carry form stating why they're exempt from lockdown rules - or face £200 fine
Britons travelling abroad from Monday will have to carry a form setting out why their trip is allowed under lockdown rules - or face a £200 fine.
COVID-19: Girl, 14, who thinks about ending her life '24/7' demands more mental health help for children
A 14-year-old girl who has tried to take her own life twice during the pandemic is pleading with the government to give more help to mental health services.