Over seven million people are in vaccine priority group six, which includes people who are aged 16 to 65 years old in an at-risk group.
Restrictions are set to be tightened to prevent a 'catastrophe' in hospitals, PM Andrej Babis said.
Last summer, thousands of A-level students had their results downgraded from school estimates by a controversial algorithm.
England’s deputy CMO has defended children wearing face masks in classrooms after the PM said it was 'nonsensical'.
Dr Jenny Harries said children hugging grandparents should be avoided 'until we’re absolutely sure' about the effectiveness of COVID vaccines.
The government admitted almost 200 asylum seekers caught COVID while staying in former Army barracks.
The deputy chief medical officer for England said his family found his newfound stardom amusing.
Prof Tim Spector said he is now 'optimistic' for most the country and relaxed about the return of schools from 8 March.
Prof Anthony Harnden also said 'picking out' teachers who aren’t in priority groups would expose other at-risk people to harm.
Boris Johnson has pledged an extra £400 million of funding as part of the government's education recovery plan.
The Radio 1 DJ's sister Frances, who has learning disabilities, has been released from hospital after testing postive for COVID-19 last week.
Prof Paul Hunter has warned the UK could struggle to give enough people their first dose in time for lockdown to be eased.