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Sharp rise in road rage crimes with victims stabbed, punched, bitten and spat at
The number of road rage crimes has risen sharply in the UK, with thousands of offences including attempted murders, assaults and racist abuse incidents reported in the last three years, Sky News has found.
COVID-19: Restrictions likely until Easter as Gove launches fightback against Tory lockdown rebels
COVID-19 restrictions are likely to be in force until Easter, Sky News has learned, as Boris Johnson heads for a Commons showdown with rebel Tory MPs over the new tier system.
Bird flu: Swan deaths in UK investigated for link to European outbreak - reports
A spate of swan deaths across the UK are reportedly being investigated amid concerns they could be connected to a wave of avian flu from Europe.
GB skeleton star's early retirement prompted by 'misread or ignored' brain injuries
Great Britain's women have a remarkable and unlikely dominance in the winter sport of skeleton, winning gold at each of the last three Olympic Games, through the performances of Amy Williams and double Champion Lizzy Yarnold.
Holidaymakers better off avoiding booking sites to get best deals - Which? survey
Holidaymakers can often get better deals booking directly with travel providers rather than using booking sites, according to Which?
COVID-19: Vitamin D to be delivered free to care homes and vulnerable groups
Free vitamin D deliveries will be offered to around 2.7 million vulnerable people by the government, officials have said.
COVID-19: SAGE Christmas guidelines include no hugging, singsongs or Monopoly
This week, the nation was given an early Christmas gift when UK leaders united to announce a seasonal reprieve on lockdown restrictions from 23 to 27 December.
Brexit: UK and EU continue talks in London as deadline to strike deal looms
The EU's chief negotiator has arrived in London ahead of the resumption of Brexit talks with his UK counterpart on Saturday, as the deadline to strike a deal moves ever closer.
Joe Wicks: Lockdown has caused 'massive shift' in attitudes towards fitness
Lockdown has triggered a "massive shift" in the way in which people think about exercise, and has encouraged parents to work out in front of their children, Joe Wicks has said.
Bake Off winner Peter Sawkins: 'It was like a bizarre summer camp'
Peter Sawkins may have just been revealed as the winner of this year's Great British Bake Off, but he's not letting himself get carried away.