Two women who were both fined £200 for driving five miles for a walk have had their fines withdrawn.

Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Monday evening.

UK residents can apply for the new card to access emergency medical care when their EHIC card runs out.

M&S is buying the brand out of administration, but not Jaeger's scores of shops and concessions.

There has been speculation over moves to make lockdown stricter, as infection rates remain high.

Seven mass vaccination centres have opened across England to help deliver the Coronavirus vaccine.

A study finds that the financial burden on poorer families has increased during the pandemic.

Boris Johnson was spotted at the Olympic Park on Sunday, despite government advice to "stay local".

Shop workers say the third lockdown is the worst ever for customers not sticking to safety rules.

Harry Visinoni was brushing his teeth when he saw the snake sitting on the toilet seat "staring" at him.

European rugby organisers confirm that the Heineken Champions Cup and Challenge Cups are temporarily suspended.

The Premier League says 36 players and club staff have tested positive during the latest rounds of testing for Covid-19.

Defending champion Stuart Bingham holds off a Thepchaiya Un-Nooh fight-back to win 6-4 in the first round of the Masters.

Touchdowns from quarterbacks Lamar Jackson & Taylor Heinicke among the best plays from NFL Play-off Wildcard weekend.

Justice Secretary Robert Buckland says too many abusers' sentences are not tough enough.

Margaret Austin is the first person to get a jab at a mass vaccination centre in Stevenage.

All the pain he'd suffered flashed before him in that goalscoring moment, he tells Radio 1 Newsbeat.

Khairi Saadallah spent years in and out of jail for violent offences and was twice refused asylum.

Watch the moment Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy became the 29th player to score 100 Premier League goals when he netted a brace against Crystal Palace in July 2020.

People who refuse to wear face coverings that are not medically exempt will not be allowed to shop inside.

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