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Sixteen and 17-year-olds eligible for booster doses from Monday

Recent data from the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) showed that two doses of the vaccine are not enough to stop people becoming unwell from Omicron
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Novak Djokovic set to be deported from Australia after visa appeal

Three judges at the Federal Court of Australia unanimously decided not to quash the decision of the Immigration Minister.
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Russian invasion of Ukraine ‘inevitable and imminent’

Commons Defence Committee chairman Tobias Ellwood added that ‘we have allowed this to happen’.
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What the papers say – January 16

Sunday’s papers feature the ongoing fallout from ‘partygate’ as the PM fights for his political life.
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Modernism explored in BBC radio series marking movement’s centenary

Matthew Sweet will present 1922: The Birth Of Now on Radio 4 from January 24.
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What are judicial review proceedings Harry wants to bring against Home Office?

The Duke of Sussex aims to challenge the decision not to allow him to personally pay for UK police protection.
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The Barbican to host 24-hour orchestral concert

The Barbican Concert Hall is one of Europe’s leading venues for orchestral and contemporary music events.
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Harry told Oprah of shock at removal of security and how he pushed back

The Duke of Sussex said while he and his wife had changed status in stepping back from their royal roles, the risk remained.
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Labour unveils 10-point plan for living with Covid-19

Shadow health secretary Wes Streeting said the proposals would ‘put Britain on the front foot’ as the virus changes.
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Boris Johnson told to ‘lead or step aside’ as more partygate claims surface

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer said it was in the national interest for the Conservatives to ‘get rid’ of the Prime Minister.
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Investigations into mystery Edinburgh ‘environmental smell’

Scottish Gas Networks said there was not a gas leak
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Activists rally against ‘draconian’ police bill across UK

The action came ahead of a crucial vote on the bill by peers on Monday.
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Plans for temporary return of ‘double-jobbing’ for NI politicians condemned

The return of the ‘dual mandate’ would allow DUP leader Sir Jeffrey Donaldson to contest upcoming Assembly elections.
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London crowd pays tribute to Irish teacher killed after going for afternoon run

People held candles and stood in silent tribute to Ashling Murphy, who died in Tullamore, Co Offaly, last week.
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Mother whose son was stillborn urges pregnant women to get jabbed

Rachel was so ill she did not realise she had given birth to her son Jaxon, at 24 weeks, in August.
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Russian incursion into Ukraine would ‘violate freedom and sovereignty’ – Wallace

The Defence Secretary’s comments are the second time he has sent a warning to Moscow this week over the amassing of 100,000 troops on the border.
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Vigils taking place in Ireland and beyond for Ashling Murphy

Runners across the island of Ireland paused in memory of 23-year-old Ashling Murphy on Saturday.
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Artists of colour thank Sidney Poitier for pioneering diversity work

The Bahamian-American actor, the first Black man to win the Oscar for best actor, has died at the age of 94.
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More migrants rescued from Channel following crossing death

Two groups were rescued in pitch-black conditions by the RNLI following two small boat incidents.
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List of parties across Government reportedly held during Covid restrictions

There are claims parties took place while the country was in a period of public mourning and coronavirus restrictions were in force.
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Fresh No 10 rule-breaking claims emerge as PM puts fightback plan in place

Boris Johnson is said to have been aware of ‘wine time Fridays’ held in Downing Street during the coronavirus lockdowns.
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Ex-supermarket boss Lord Sainsbury of Preston Candover dies aged 94

The supermarket announced the death of its former chairman and chief executive, saying he had lived a ‘remarkable’ life

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Climate change’s adverse effects on health starts in the womb, studies find

Climate hazards – including rising temperature, pollution and wildfires – are increasing the risk of pre-term birth.
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