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COVID-19: Boris Johnson 'deeply sorry' as over 100,000 coronavirus-related deaths recorded in UK
Boris Johnson has told the country he is "deeply sorry for every life that has been lost" as the UK surpassed 100,000 coronavirus-related deaths.
COVID-19: 100 million coronavirus cases recorded worldwide - a year after virus first officially diagnosed
The 100 millionth coronavirus case has been recorded worldwide - just over a year since the first officially diagnosed case of the deadly virus.
COVID-19: Living in the UK's deadliest place for coronavirus
Debbie Mountjoy couldn't be with her brother Darren as he lay in intensive care with coronavirus.
COVID-19: How does the number of coronavirus deaths in the UK compare with other countries?
Statistics can be a blunt instrument.
COVID-19: Boris Johnson warns EU against restrictions on coronavirus vaccine supplies
Boris Johnson has warned against the placing of restrictions on COVID vaccines after the EU threatened to put controls on the export of doses to Britain.
Boy, 15, fatally stabbed in Islington, north London, named by police as Romario Opia
A teenage boy who was stabbed to death in north London has been named by police as 15-year-old Romario Opia.
COVID-19: Ireland's lockdown extended until 5 March, Prime Minister Micheal Martin says
Ireland's coronavirus lockdown has been extended by several weeks until 5 March, Prime Minister Micheal Martin has said.
COVID-19 could become 'much more treatable' in next six to 18 months, NHS boss tells MPs
Coronavirus could become a "much more treatable disease" in the next six to 18 months, the head of the NHS in England has told MPs.
Shootings in London on the rise despite lockdown, police reveal
The number of shootings in London is on the rise, despite the capital being in lockdown for significant parts of last year.
Manchester Arena bomber would have detonated 'even if police had intervened', inquiry hears
The Manchester Arena bomber would still have blown himself up and killed many of those around him - even if he had been confronted as he lay in wait to launch his attack, a lawyer for police has told the inquiry.