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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 confirmed 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.
Police officer shot dead inside Croydon custody centre in south London
A police officer has been shot dead inside a custody centre in south London, apparently when he opened a cell door to speak to a suspect.
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: 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.
Coronavirus: London set to be added to national COVID-19 watchlist - as more cities on tighter lockdowns
London appears set to be added to the national coronavirus watchlist, while more areas in England and Wales are heading for new restrictions from this weekend.
Coronavirus: 10pm pub curfew comes into force in England and Wales - this is how the first night went
The first night of a 10pm curfew on pubs and restaurants has passed largely without incident in England and Wales - but some venues are warning that the absence of late-night drinkers could put their future into jeopardy.
Coronavirus: The workers most at risk of losing out as focus turns to 'viable' jobs
Rishi Sunak could not have been more stark.
More than 1,000 arrests and Class A drugs worth £1m seized as police shut '10%' of county lines
About 10% of county lines drug networks in England and Wales have been shut down following a week-long operation, police have said.
Coronavirus: Tesco starts rationing key items to prevent repeat of shortages
Tesco has said it is introducing limits on some key household essentials, just days after its chief executive appealed for no "unnecessary" panic buying as coronavirus restrictions are tightened.
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