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COVID-19: 75 more Omicron cases found in England - as UKHSA releases risk assessment
Another 75 cases of the Omicron COVID variant have been found in England, the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) has said.
Death of Arthur Labinjo-Hughes should prompt 'urgent' change in social care, former minister says
The murder of a six-year-old boy by his stepmother should prompt "urgent" change in social care, a former children's minister has said.
Arthur Labinjo-Hughes: Father and girlfriend jailed for 'inhuman' killing of six-year-old boy who was starved and beaten
The father of Arthur Labinjo-Hughes and his girlfriend have been jailed for the six-year-old's killing.
Great Ormond Street: Mother of former patient wins £3.5m house in draw to raise money for hospital's charity
A woman, whose son had lifesaving surgery at Great Ormond Street when he was only three months old, has won a £3.5m house in a competition raising money for the hospital's charity.
COVID-19: More than one million people book booster jab appointment in less than a week
More than one million people have booked an appointment for a booster jab this week after the public were urged to have the shot following the emergence of the Omicron variant.
COVID-19: 'I'm lucky to be alive' - Unvaccinated women who contracted coronavirus encourage expectant mums to get jab
Unvaccinated women who suffered serious complications from COVID-19 during pregnancy have shared their "terrifying" stories to help encourage expectant mothers to get the jab.
Amber Gibson's brother Connor, 19, charged with her murder and sexual assault
Connor Gibson has been charged with murdering and sexually assaulting his sister Amber Gibson, whose body was found in a park.
Storm Arwen: Disabled woman thought she would die due to 'bitter cold' as 10,000 homes remain without power
A disabled woman has said she "didn't think she would survive" because it was so "bitterly cold" after her power was knocked out by Storm Arwen.
Cladding crisis: Terminated pregnancy and pensioners forced to work as hundreds count costs of living in unsafe buildings
Around 500 leaseholders from across the UK have told Sky News about the extreme mental health impact and financial toll of having to live in an unsafe building.
Sir Antony Sher: Prince Charles and Dame Judi Dench among those paying tribute to 'giant of the stage'
Theatre actor Sir Antony Sher has died of cancer at the age of 72 - with Prince Charles paying tribute to "a giant of the stage at the height of his genius".