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Martyn and Tina Rodgers, both 58, died 12 days apart after both catching Covid. The childhood sweethearts from Leeds, West Yorks, were 'inseparable until the end', their family said.
The 'quarantine hotel' system, similar to that used in Australia and New Zealand, is a prospect amid rising fears about the spread of Covid variants around the globe.
This is the shocking moment a BMW almost collided with two cars travelling in the opposite direction while the Munich mile muncher was involved in an ill-judged overtaking manoeuver in
Coastguards scrambled to Lowestoft South Beach in north Suffolk after a member of the public spotted the minke whale yesterday morning, but sadly it had died by the time they arrived.
A luxurious three-bedroom ground floor flat on the Poole Harbour waterfront which overlooks Dorset's exclusive Sandbanks peninsula has gone on the market for £2.9m. It even comes with its own boat.
A lockdown siege has been surrounded by police for the past 22-hours as man with a gun remains holed up inside a house in West London.
Analysis at the State Serum Institute in Copenhagen found the mutant, scientifically known as B.1.1.7, is 36 per cent more infectious than older strains.
The one-year-old feline named Mei Mei in China was caught on camera sneakily pushing the electric radiator towards him after his owner, Ms Wang, turned it on to warm herself.
Fouz Al-Otaibi caused outrage in Saudi Arabia by posing naked in the bath with her husband while drinking Champagne, prompting users to brand her an 'animal' who had 'violated public decency'.
Japan's Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary Manabu Sakai said there was 'absolutely no truth' in the report on Friday and said work is underway to establish countermeasures to Covid-19 in time.
The imprisonment of Kira Yarmysh in Moscow today for multiple counts of organising a rally comes before pro-democracy Russians are due to take to the streets to protest the detention of Navalny.
Almost all adults aged 70 and over said they would get the jab, but this dropped to around eight in ten for those aged between 16 and 29, the Office for National Statistics said.
Half of drivers reported a major decrease in their annual mileage, but only a fraction told their insurer or saw any premium refund as a result, data shows.
Roofer Jamie Heavens, 26, from Bournemouth, who scooped £1million on a scratch card at the age of 22, told The Sun he continues to shop at Asda and buys his clothes from Primark.
Alexandria Pierce-Baddeley, 29, from Winsford, Cheshire, tried to self-treat her painful ulcer with Propranolol beta blocker tablets, tumeric paste and white wine.
Closely-watched PMI data for the private sector showed a reading of 40.6 so far in January - with anything blow 50 pointing to a contraction.
Sam Brownridge, from Cannock, Staffordshire, served with The First Battalion, the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers. He was found hanged at the Lavendel Spa Hotel, in Tallinn, last July.
The John Lewis Partnership said that despite store closures throughout last year, it believes to have 'sufficient' liquidity going forward.
The analysis of nearly 1,800 patients in hospitals in London also found the risk of falling critically ill and needing mechanical ventilation was 80 per cent greater in black Brits than whites.
Lily Ebert contracted the virus in January and was treated at her home in north London by her relatives who were able to use oxygen supplies, according to The Guardian.