Johnson being urged to impose blanket Covid border controls|
Trump plots revenge on Republicans who betrayed him as Senate trial looms
Swathes of England's vital flood defences almost useless
Nia Dennis wins plaudits for stunning 'black excellence' gymnastics routine
Sturgeon: SNP will hold Scottish independence vote if it wins in May
Russia downplays Navalny protests as it dismisses US 'diktats'
Michael Rosen backs campaign for big funding rise for NHS
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Terrorism watchdog to open inquiry into radicalisation in prison
WhatsApp loses millions of users after terms update
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Fauci says he was the 'skunk at the picnic' in Trump's Covid team
Gordon Brown: UK could become 'failed state' without reform|
South Africa coronavirus variant: 77 cases found in UK
Boohoo 'set to buy Debenhams brand and website'
Blue envelope plan for Scottish jab dates delayed
Travellers: Shocking lack of pitches for families, charity warns
Kickstart: Most job roles for youths not yet filled
Barclaycard customers face higher minimum payments
Snow: Severe weather warnings in place across UK
Robert Rowland: Former Brexit MEP dies in Bahamas diving accident
Manchester United 3-2 Liverpool: Bruno Fernandes settles FA Cup thriller
Border poll would be 'absolutely reckless', says Arlene Foster
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Microsoft claims to have 200 million education users as it pushes new…
News updated 25th January 2021 at 2:27am
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