The Met Office said early cloud, rain and hill snow were likely for Northern Ireland, Wales and England’s south-west.
The average ATM withdrawal value was nearly £80 in 2020, compared with just under £70 in 2019, Link said.
The national front pages are dominated by coronavirus developments both practical and political.
The Best Western hotel chain said it was waiting for the Government ‘green light’
European health commissioner Stella Kyriakides accused the pharmaceutical company.
According to reports, a new hotel quarantine requirement for travellers entering the UK could cost them more than £1,000.
One single business owner said parents should be paid to home school their children.
The Scottish Government’s Environment Secretary Roseanna Cunningham accused Matt Hancock of using the briefing to make ‘overtly political statements’.
WHO’s Dr Michael Ryan says global crisis demands that frontline workers, older people and most vulnerable must ‘access vaccines first’.
The Birdwatch trial asks people to post notes proving why certain tweets may not be true in the site’s latest attempt to stem misinformation.
Experts are already examining how fast a new vaccine could be ‘built and rolled out’ if mutant strains do not respond.
NHS England said a total of 2,780 admissions of patients with the disease were reported for January 23.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock is to make the pledge as the Government becomes increasingly concerned over strains evolving to evade vaccines.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have sent a message to staff at NHS Tayside thanking them for their work and wishing them well on Burns Night.
Robert Fitzpatrick, chief executive of the Odyssey Trust and co-founder of the Arena Resilience Alliance, said they hope it will prove a game-changer.
Boris Johnson said ministers would be ‘looking at the potential of relaxing some measures’.
Portsmouth International Port faces £5.2 million shortfall to create UK’s only animal check border post
Jack Whomes was handed a life sentence in 1998 for the triple murder in Chelmsford.
But Labour former shadow chancellor John McDonnell said the Business Secretary’s promises to uphold workers’ rights should not be trusted.
Two in five parents see child’s focus on studying when learning remotely as the top challenge, a survey suggests.
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