Wales’ chief medical officer said the milestone of one million jabs would bring “a potential way out of the coronavirus crisis”.
The Queen is said to like to receive and give practical presents at Christmas, not overly extravagant ones.
All the noises from the government’s top coronavirus advisers this week have suggested face masks could still be a feature of our lives this time next year.
Soldiers from the Yorkshire Regiment will honour Sir Tom at Saturday’s service.
Three-year-old Greg has been matched up after a Valentine’s Day appeal.
The DUP leader and Stormont First Minister has defended her engagement with a group representing outlawed terror groups following criticism.
All staff were evacuated from the Wockhardt site in Wrexham, North Wales, as the package was investigated.
The Portsmouth-based ship has been tasked with keeping watch on the Kilo-class diesel powered attack submarine RFS Rostov Na Donu.
The Kaiviti Silktails were singing to thank the staff at their hotel in Sydney, Australia.
Ruth Williams was strangled to death by her husband, Anthony Williams, at their home during the first UK lockdown.
The Treasury will get £5 billion for the banks it nationalised during the financial crisis.
They were charged with obstructing or disrupting a person engaged in a lawful activity.
One headteachers’ union said ruling out an occupation-based rollout for the vaccination programme due to complexity was ‘not good enough’.
The Duke of Sussex spoke candidly in an interview with James Corden as the pair took an open-top bus tour of Los Angeles.
Richard East said his client had been portrayed as a ‘reliable and honest witness’ in the judgment.