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Coronavirus cases could reach 49,000 a day within weeks unless infection rates slow, chief scientific adviser warns
The UK could soon see 49,000 new cases of coronavirus every day unless action is taken to drive down the current rate of infection, the government's chief scientific adviser has warned.
Coronavirus: PM to chair emergency COBRA meeting tomorrow ahead of statement on pandemic
Boris Johnson will chair an emergency COBRA meeting on Tuesday ahead of a statement on the next steps in tackling the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus: The numbers behind the UK's newest COVID-19 warnings
As COVID-19 cases rise across the UK, the government's independent advisers have laid out the data showing where the UK is heading if no further measures are taken.
Train derailment that led to major fire in South Wales caused by faulty brakes, investigators say
A train derailment which lead to a major fire in South Wales was due to a fault with the brakes on one of its carriages, investigators have said.
US Space Force begins its first mission... in the Middle East
The US Space Force has deployed soldiers to a vast new frontier... the Middle East.
Coronavirus: Four more areas in Wales to enter local lockdown after 'worrying and rapid rise' in infections
Four more areas in Wales are going to be placed under a local lockdown from 6pm tomorrow.
Emmys 2020: Friends reunited, stars on sofas and a clean sweep - five talking points from the awards
With winners accepting their awards live from home, the Emmys 2020 was a night that could have gone horribly wrong.
Police make fresh appeal for information over five James Bond guns stolen in London
Detectives have made a fresh appeal for witnesses after five guns from James Bond films were stolen from a property in London.
Coronavirus: Taj Mahal reopens - despite India recording 87,000 new COVID cases in a single day
India has reopened the Taj Mahal - despite the country recording 87,000 new coronavirus infections in a single day.
Coronavirus: Second wave jitters fuel sell-off for FTSE 100 and hit pound
The FTSE 100 and the pound have come under renewed pressure as investors eye the prospect of tougher coronavirus restrictions returning across the UK and much of Europe.