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COVID-19: Fauci says UK vaccine approval 'much less deep' than US - but jab is 'safe'
The White House's chief immunologist has told Sky News he believes the British approval of the Pfizer COVID vaccine has been done in a "much less deep" way than would have been done in the US.
COVID-19 vaccine now in the UK, Sky News understands
The Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine is now in the UK and is being delivered to the devolved nations, Sky News understands.
Avonmouth: Four people killed in large explosion near Bristol
Four people have been killed in a large explosion at a sewage plant in Avonmouth, near Bristol.
COVID-19: Hackers targeted vaccine 'cold supply' chain network - state actors suspected
A cyber espionage campaign targeted at companies vital to the distribution of COVID-19 vaccines has been detected.
COVID-19: New 'business traveller' exemption from quarantine announced
No countries have been added to or removed from the UK's list of travel corridors, but a new "business traveller" exemption from quarantine has been announced.
COVID-19: Fauci 'mistaken' on criticism of UK regulator on vaccine approval
Criticisms of the speed with which the UK approved the first coronavirus vaccine are "mistaken", a former regulator has said, adding that approval was faster in the UK because Brexit gave the regulator a brief moment of "spare capacity".
COVID-19: UK deaths pass 60,000 as another 414 are recorded - and 14,879 more cases
There have been a further 14,879 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 414 deaths recorded in the UK in the last 24 hours, government figures show.
UK weather: Snow and ice warnings for some parts as winter chill bites
A winter chill is heading to the UK with temperatures in parts of the country forecast to dip as low as -10C (14F) on Thursday night.
Actress performs for Prince Charles in Morrisons workwear - before rushing to eight-hour shift
A young actress has given a royal performance for Prince Charles and Camilla - dressed in her supermarket workwear as she had to rush straight from the theatre to start her eight-hour shift.
COVID-19: Premier League and EFL agree deal over £250m bailout for lower league clubs
The Premier League and English Football League have reached an agreement over a £250m bailout package for EFL clubs facing financial challenges in the coronavirus pandemic.
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