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Will the EU’s vaccine shortage threaten the UK supply?

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UK changes rules on child refugees

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Covid and football: £1.7bn loss for Europe’s 20 richest clubs
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Fact check: the Oxford vaccine and older people
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Conservatives criticised for ‘war on the woke’
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Schools may reopen in weeks

Government advisers have said primary schools in England may be able to safely reopen after half-term if Covid infections continue to fall. Public Hea…
Second impeachment underway
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Second impeachment underway

The US House of Representatives last night delivered its article of impeachment against Donald Trump to the Senate. “Donald John Trump engaged in high…
Italian PM to resign
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Italian PM to resign

Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte has said he will resign in a tactical move aimed at maximising his chances of leading a new government. Conte ho…
UK says no to child refugees
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UK says no to child refugees

The government has been accused of turning its back on vulnerable children after a minister said that unaccompanied child refugees will no longer be g…
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What the UK can learn from Israel’s vaccine rollout
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Covid study dents lockdown lifting plans
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How the UK is combatting vaccine ‘blackspots’
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In focus: the vaccines

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The Oxford and AstraZeneca jab
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The Oxford and AstraZeneca jab

The injection developed by Oxford University and made by AstraZeneca is a conventional vaccine, using a harmless, weakened version of a common virus t…
The Pfizer and BioNTech vaccine
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The Pfizer and BioNTech vaccine

While most vaccines rely on weakened or inactivated parts of a virus to provoke an immune response in their recipients, the one developed by BioNTech …
The Moderna injection
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The Moderna injection

Like the Pfizer vaccine, the drug made by Moderna relies on mRNA to generate an immune response. This new technique allows researchers to “eliminat…
The Janssen vaccine
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The Janssen vaccine

Like the Oxford vaccine, the Janssen drug uses a modified adenovirus, a harmless, engineered virus that is injected into the patient. The adenovirus D…
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Meet the ‘vaccine king of India’
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How should Biden handle Trump’s legacy?
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