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Party hub Newcastle is already feeling the consequences of curfew and restrictions
Newcastle city centre has a strangely subdued atmosphere for a Friday night.
Primodos: UK campaign prompts German government to investigate pregnancy test drug
Campaigners have described it as "a huge step forward".
Coronavirus: Towns across England added to COVID-19 watchlist - find out if your area is affected
A number of areas have been added to the coronavirus watchlist as scientists warned the transmission rate could now be as high as 1.4 in the UK.
Murder detectives identify man found on fire in 'suspicious' death in south London
Police investigating the death of a man who was found on fire in south London have named and issued a photo of the victim.
Coronavirus: Don't go to Blackpool for a 'last blast' before lockdown is tightened, police warn
Lancashire Police has warned people against heading to Blackpool for one "last blast" ahead of new lockdown measures in the county.
Coronavirus: Losing football clubs to COVID-19 would be a 'national outcry'
Football league clubs are warning of financial implosion if the return of fans to stadiums is further delayed with a second national lockdown potentially looming.
Coronavirus: Common colds 'may account for some reported COVID-19 cases', PHE survey says
Rising cases of the common cold could be giving a false picture of the spread of coronavirus among children.
Coronavirus: New local lockdown rules announced in parts of North West, Midlands and West Yorkshire
Parts of the North West, West Yorkshire and the Midlands have been placed under further localised coronavirus restrictions.
Coronavirus: R number is now between 1.1 and 1.4 nationwide, with the UK reporting 4,322 new daily COVID-19 cases
The coronavirus transmission rate could now be as high as 1.4 in the UK, official figures show.
Amal Clooney quits UK envoy role over 'lamentable' government plans to break international law
Amal Clooney has quit her role as the UK’s special envoy on media freedom in protest at the government’s "lamentable" intention to "break international law" with the Internal Market Bill.