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Coronavirus: UK reports 6,874 new cases of COVID-19
The UK has reported 6,874 new cases of COVID-19, a rise of 240 from Thursday, meaning the overall number of confirmed cases is now 423,236.
Coronavirus R number rises again in UK - to between 1.2 and 1.5
The coronavirus 'R number' for the UK is estimated to be between 1.2 and 1.5, say government advisers.
Coronavirus vaccine trials moving to late stage gives hope of an end to this grim pandemic
In the race for a COVID vaccine it pays to keep your options open.
Croydon police officer Matiu Ratana shot dead in custody suite by handcuffed suspect
A police officer shot dead inside a south London custody suite by a handcuffed suspect armed with a revolver has been named as 54-year-old sergeant Matiu Ratana.
'Big-hearted - a lovely man': Tributes paid to 'larger than life' sergeant
Tributes have been paid to the "friendly, capable, lovely" police sergeant shot dead in custody suite in Croydon.
Coronavirus vaccine: Who will be first to get jab? Draft list revealed
A draft list has been published showing who is likely to be at the front of the queue for a jab when a coronavirus vaccine is approved in the UK.
Coronavirus: Here are the universities with COVID-19 as more than 500 cases confirmed
At least 32 universities in the UK now have confirmed coronavirus cases, and another one has suspected cases.
Coronavirus: Hospital patients with COVID-19 and flu 'more likely to need intensive care', figures reveal
Coronavirus patients who contracted the flu while in hospital had nearly twice the length of stay and were more likely to need intensive care, the government's scientific advisers have said.
Who will be the new TV face of Boris Johnson's government?
The search to find the prime minister's new spokesperson is reaching its final stages, with interviews for the £100,000-a-year role due to conclude in the coming days.
Coronavirus: Weekly infections almost double in England, official estimates show
More than 103,000 people in England are estimated to have had coronavirus in the week ending 19 September, according to the Office for National Statistics.
Plymouth Argyle sign on-loan deal with Fulham defender
Jerome Opoku will join the Pilgrims on an initial deal until January
Plymouth police investigating reports of assault and kidnap
It happened on Wednesday evening in the Cattedown area
Volunteers needed to assist with flu jabs
Plymouth will see outdoor, undercover sessions in the city centre
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