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Coronavirus: Download NHS contact tracing app to 'make country a safer place', health secretary urges
Every person who downloads the NHS coronavirus contact tracing app will be helping "make the country a safer place", the health secretary has told Sky News.
Coronavirus: Chancellor to launch 'Winter Economy Plan' to prevent a 'tsunami' of job losses
Rishi Sunak is unveiling an emergency COVID rescue plan to protect jobs that is expected to include wage subsidies, VAT cuts and more cheap loans for struggling businesses.
Coronavirus curfew could kill the heart of London as revellers melt into the night
A throng of clubbers stumbling out onto the streets of Soho is a common sight.
Inside the control room that sends drones to catch people smugglers on the English Channel
A people smuggler has been jailed after being captured on camera by a drone - as Sky News was given exclusive access to the base where the aircraft is sent out to catch traffickers.
Coronavirus: UK reports third highest number of daily COVID-19 cases ever
The UK has reported 6,178 new coronavirus cases - the highest daily total in four months.
Coronavirus: Boots suspends flu jabs after 'unprecedented demand'
Boots has said it is no longer taking bookings for the flu jab "due to unprecedented demand".
Coronavirus: Rule-breakers hit with £1,000 fines - including two people in virus hotspot Bolton
Two people in Bolton who "recklessly" flouted self-isolation rules have been hit with £1,000 fines.
Coronavirus: Greggs factory staff test positive for COVID - but sausage roll supplies unaffected
Bakery chain Greggs has insisted supplies of its sausage rolls will be unaffected after a coronavirus outbreak among factory staff.
Coronavirus: Hundreds of homeless lives saved due to lockdown measures, study suggests
Emergency accommodation provided during the coronavirus pandemic may have saved the lives of hundreds of homeless people, researchers estimate.
Coronavirus: Sir Keir Starmer blames government 'failure' for new COVID-19 measures
New coronavirus restrictions are "necessary" but were "not inevitable" and represent the government's failure, Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has said.
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