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Policing of Sarah Everard vigil "should be a red warning light that the UK government should not be rushing through divisive laws”.
New research gives a boost to the UK government's decision to delay the second dose of the Pfizer/BioNTech jab, but experts still urge caution.
Environment secretary says talks in “very difficult position” and a critical 24 hours lie ahead.
The UK government has already ordered 100m doses of the vaccine, developed with AstraZeneca.
US presidential nominee's remarks show “the scale of damage” the UK government has done to "Britain’s standing in the world", Labour's Lisa Nandy says.
Government agreements are now in place for 250 million doses of potential vaccines.
Business secretary Alok Sharma said the new agreements would “ensure the UK has the best chance possible of securing a vaccine that protects those most at risk”.
The warning from the BMA comes amid insight from scientists that there could be more local lockdowns in the UK.
First minister tells Boris Johnson: "I don't know what 'stay alert' means."
Sir Richard Branson's company had previously asked the UK government for a bailout.