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England's deputy chief medical officer urges those who have had the jab to stick to lockdown rules.
Janice Nix used to be one of London's most notorious drug dealers. How did she turn her life around?
Tens of thousands brave a police crackdown to show support for jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny.
Despite the furlough scheme, employers decided to a record number of jobs during 2020.
Gamers have been facing inflated prices for months - and it's set to stretch into 2021.
Ten years after ousting their strongman leader, some say the new system isn't working.
Many of Sunday's papers focus on what the Covid jab means for lockdown, case numbers and schools.
Key maps and charts explain how the virus has impacted markets and businesses around the world.
Jesse Thistle, a high school dropout, overcame addiction and homelessness to pursue an academic career.
How Street News became the first newspaper sold by homeless and unemployed vendors
A mysterious Russian cult leader is accused of embezzling followers' funds and abusing them.
Twenty-six-year-old Mae Mamaril and her family all tested positive for Covid-19 at the end of 2020. Mae was the only one who was moved to an intensive care unit.
John Nicholl, who is deafblind, says his use of hands-on sign language left him isolated in lockdown.
Australia believes Tse Chi Lop's syndicate controls up to 70% of narcotics entering the country.
FA Cup: '29 minutes to be heroes' - Cheltenham so close to one of the great FA Cup shocks against Man City
From an incredible clearance to an opportune opener, watch how close League Two Cheltenham Town came to pulling off one of the great FA Cup shocks against Manchester City.
Aston Villa move into eighth in the Premier League with a win over Newcastle, which increases pressure on manager Steve Bruce.
Boris Johnson said he looked forward to "deepening the longstanding alliance" between the UK and US.
The vaccination centres are temporarily closing in south Wales after ice and snow were forecast.
Five Premier League sides safely progressed to the FA Cup fifth round on Saturday, but what else went on? BBC Sport takes a look.
Booking a jab by following a link in an email meant "depriving someone else" of a vaccine, he said.