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Sharp rise in road rage crimes with victims stabbed, punched, bitten and spat at
The number of road rage crimes has risen sharply in the UK, with thousands of offences including attempted murders, assaults and racist abuse incidents reported in the last three years, Sky News has found.
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Christmas COVID rules will increase infections 'potentially by a large amount' - SAGE
The relaxation of coronavirus restrictions over Christmas will increase infections "potentially by a large amount", the government's scientific advisers have warned.
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COVID curbs likely until Easter as Gove launches fightback against Tory rebels
COVID-19 restrictions are likely to be in force until Easter, Sky News has learned, as Boris Johnson heads for a Commons showdown with rebel Tory MPs over the new tiers.
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No hugging, singsongs or Monopoly: How to have a COVID-safe Christmas
This week, the nation was given an early Christmas gift when UK leaders united to announce a seasonal reprieve on lockdown restrictions from 23 to 27 December.
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WHO needs 'more than press release' on Oxford jab, says vaccines chief
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has said it needs "more than a press release" about the Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine in order to evaluate trial results.
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Free vitamin D deliveries to be rolled out to vulnerable groups
Free vitamin D deliveries will be offered to around 2.7 million vulnerable people by the government, officials have said.
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