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The deputy PM backs his leader after Boris Johnson is accused of lying to Parliament over a No 10 garden party.
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Data shows weekly wage growth fell for the first time since July 2020 but vacancies hit a new record.
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The new TV licence deal will result in a £285m funding gap, according to the BBC director general.
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West Midlands Ambulance Service apologises for the delay to reach one-year-old Myla in Shropshire.
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A skier who hit a five-year-old in the French Alps who then died faces a possible charge of manslaughter.
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Andy Murray marks his return to the Australian Open - where in 2019 he thought he might have to retire - with a tense first-round win.
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Magistrates in England and Wales will be able to sentence people in cases usually sent to Crown Court.
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Peers vote against plans to clamp down on noisy protests and in favour of making misogyny a hate crime.
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The defence secretary says he is sending short-range anti-tank missiles amid Russian invasion fears.
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The supermarket joins a list of firms which pay the legal minimum to unvaccinated staff obliged to isolate.
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Longer term, Sadiq Khan says drivers should prepare to pay-per-mile to help tackle climate change.
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Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Tuesday morning.
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Activists with anti-vax beliefs are taking "direct action" against hospitals and schools.
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Dr Prit Buttar says he was humbled by the social media response after he comforted a bereaved woman.
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Pregnant women have been urged to get vaccinated to prevent risk of birth-related complications.
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Train operators switch to emergency timetables as a result of high staff sickness rates.
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How visual, auditory and kinesthetic tools used to teach kids coding should be adapted for adults.
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Blue Monday, known as the most depressing day of the year, was made up by a travel company in 2004.
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The government has hinted that it may abolish the TV licence after 2027.
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People tell of their struggles to cope, with energy bills set to soar by more than £700 this year.
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From Dick Whittington's giant toilet to the urinary leash - how public loos have influenced the way we live.
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The brother of the British woman who died in a Tsunami in Tonga says she was "the emotional heart of our family".
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Claire Saunders, who works for Co-op, was honoured in the New Year Honours list for her work.
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A tattoo apprentice says he finds creating the artwork "really addictive".
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Panorama investigates the roads that kill a jumbo jet's worth of people every three months.
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Epidemiologist Professor Mike Tildesley says we could be seeing the Omicron wave turning around.
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Nadhim Zahawi says, with continued falling cases, some Plan B rules in England could be lifted after review.
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A mix of stories lead Tuesday's newspaper front pages, including the latest on the No 10 parties row.
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Seven-year-old Emily Jones was stabbed to death in a park in Bolton by a psychiatric patient.
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Hospitality bosses and opposition MSPs call for changes ahead of Nicola Sturgeon's weekly Covid update.
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The 23-year-old teacher was attacked and killed near Tullamore in County Offaly last week.
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A universal basic income pilot in Wales will cover 250 care leavers and run for three years.
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A leading charity says soaring energy costs could plunge more families into "very deep poverty".
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