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Most of the UK is predicted to see a decline in cases by Christmas although some areas will still see very high numbers.
Sarah Harding has revealed she is writing an autobiography after being diagnosed with breast cancer. The Girls Aloud star shared a statement on Twitter and Instagram on Thursday, posting on social media for the first time since announcing the shock news of her diagnosis in August. Harding has been receiving treatment for advanced-stage cancer, which spread to other parts of her body, and spoke out publicly in the summer after she was spotted in hospital.
Britain's Prince Harry has suggested that the coronavirus pandemic is a rebuke from nature as he called for more action to tackle climate change. Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, have spoken out on issues such as race and the environment since stepping down from their roles as working members of the royal family at the end of March and moving to California.
Warnings of snow and ice are in place for parts of the country as the Met Office warned that the UK is in for a cold snap.
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Britain has lowered its demands for a greater share of the catch in UK waters after Brexit, Michel Barnier said on Wednesday as he fought back against a rare rebuke from EU governments. Mr Barnier said the UK had signalled that it could accept 60 per cent of the value of stocks from British seas from January 1, down from the 80 per cent London had originally called for. He made the revelation in a meeting with EU ambassadors, after being forced into a rare defence of his negotiating strategy by EU member states. Mr Barnier had offered to return up to 18 per cent of the value of stocks caught in the Channel, Irish Sea and north-east Atlantic, which was rejected. Negotiators are tackling the complicated issue of the more than 100 shared fish stocks as the talks enter what diplomats have called "a make or break phase".
People over 80 and care home staff will be the first to be given the COVID vaccine.
Tesco worker killed wife and daughter in jealous rage, court told. Marcin Zdun on trial over the death of Aneta Zdun, 40, and Nikoleta Zdun, 18 in Salisbury on 1 June
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U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo used his final NATO meeting this week to sharply criticise Turkey, saying its purchase of a Russian weapons system was "a gift" to Moscow, according to five diplomats and officials. At the confidential foreign ministers' video conference on Tuesday, Pompeo said Turkey was undermining NATO's security and creating instability in the eastern Mediterranean in a dispute with Greece and non-NATO member Cyprus over gas resources, said the diplomats and officials, who asked not to be named as the discussions were confidential. While the U.S. and other NATO allies have long been odds over Turkey's military intervention in Syria and Libya, Pompeo's remarks underscored the depth of tensions at the Western alliance that many experts say dangerously weakens it.
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Mask-wearing will persist indefinitely in Britain despite the roll-out of a Covid vaccine, the deputy chief medial officer has indicated. Professor Jonathan Van Tam warned on Wednesday evening that the approval of the Pfizer-BioNTech jab in the UK did not herald the end of the virus, telling a Downing Street press conference: "I don't think we're going to eradicate coronavirus ever. I think it's going to be with humankind forever." Prof Van Tam hinted at the prospect of annual winter inoculations against Covid becoming the norm in years ahead. Comparing it to flu, he said: "I think we may get to a point where coronavirus becomes a seasonal problem." He suggested face coverings would remain a staple of daily life, saying: "Do I think there will come a big moment where we have a massive party and throw off masks and hand sanitiser and say that's it, it's behind us, like the end of the war? No I don't." Habits learned during the pandemic which "clearly stopped the spread of other respiratory viruses" as well as coronavirus "may perhaps persist for many years and that may be a good thing if they do", he said. Since July, face coverings have been mandatory in England when on public transport, visiting shops and inside hospitality venues, but not while seated at a table to eat or drink. People who refuse to wear one and have not been granted a medical exemption can be fined up to £6,400.
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