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Boris Johnson to face questions after footage reveals No 10 staff joking about 'Christmas party'
Boris Johnson will face a day of difficult questions after footage emerged of Number 10 officials joking and laughing about a Christmas party in Downing Street last year during a time of strict COVID restrictions.
'Christmas parties', denials and COVID rules timeline: What happened in Downing Street last year?
It is a week since the Daily Mirror first published reports about parties held in Downing Street last year which may have breached COVID rules.
F-35 fighter jet: Wreckage of aircraft that plunged into the Mediterranean recovered and sailor arrested for allegedly leaking footage
The wreckage of an F-35 fast jet that plunged off the UK's flagship aircraft carrier has been recovered from the depths of the Mediterranean and a sailor has been arrested for allegedly leaking video footage of the crash.
COVID-19: Margaret Keenan urges people to 'just do it' and get the jab - a year after becoming first to get Pfizer vaccine
The grandmother who made history when she got the Pfizer COVID jab exactly a year ago has urged anyone still to get vaccinated to "just do it" and help save lives.
Tui warns over Omicron hit - but sees holidaymakers splash out on pricier breaks next year
Travel giant Tui has warned that latest COVID fears could hit its winter holiday programme even as it looks to a bounce back in demand for the year ahead.
Ghislaine Maxwell trial: Woman tells Maxwell trial she was paid $300 for Epstein sexual massages when she was 14
Warning: This report contains graphic descriptions of alleged sexual abuse of a child.
'Hard-hitting measures coming - buy NOW!': Inside the criminal groups using disinformation to sell fake COVID passes
"For all those who do not wish to be vaccinated, here is an alternative."
'Catastrophic impact': 30,000 trees to be felled in UK as climate change drives disease
At least 30,000 trees are expected to be cut down this winter, the National Trust has said, warning climate change is driving tree and plant disease.
'This party is not going to be investigated by the police in a year's time': Rees-Mogg jokes about No 10 party
Video has emerged of Commons leader Jacob Rees-Mogg joking about a Christmas party reportedly held at No 10 last year, despite gatherings being forbidden under COVID rules at the time.
COVID-19: Boosters will probably be needed for 'years to come', says Pfizer
People will probably need coronavirus booster jabs "for a number of years to come", a Pfizer boss has said.