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Next phase of vaccine programme begins as over-45s offered jabs

Next phase of vaccine programme begins as over-45s offered jabs

Next phase of vaccine programme begins as over-45s offered jabs

A surge in numbers of people wanting to book their jab crashed the NHS Booking website.

Just Eat orders soar 79% in three months amid lockdown takeaway boom

Just Eat orders soar 79% in three months amid lockdown takeaway boom

Just Eat orders soar 79% in three months amid lockdown takeaway boom

The Just Eat Takeaway.com group told investors on Tuesday morning that it processed around 200 million orders in the first quarter of 2021.

Babcock International to cut 1,000 jobs amid overhaul plans

Babcock International to cut 1,000 jobs amid overhaul plans

Babcock International to cut 1,000 jobs amid overhaul plans

The group said about 850 of the job cuts would be made across its UK operations, with the remainder overseas.

Caution still needed in outdoor pub and restaurant venues, expert warns

Caution still needed in outdoor pub and restaurant venues, expert warns

Caution still needed in outdoor pub and restaurant venues, expert warns

Professor Adam Finn said people should continue to socially distance over the coming weeks and months.

UK economy improved in February despite lockdown measures

UK economy improved in February despite lockdown measures

UK economy improved in February despite lockdown measures

The Office for National Statistics said gross domestic product grew by 0.4%, an improvement from a 2.2% decline in January.

What we know about the Moderna Covid-19 vaccine

What we know about the Moderna Covid-19 vaccine

What we know about the Moderna Covid-19 vaccine

The Moderna coronavirus vaccine is set to be rolled out in England from Tuesday.

Moderna coronavirus jab rolled out in England

Moderna coronavirus jab rolled out in England

Moderna coronavirus jab rolled out in England

It is the third Covid-19 vaccine which has been deployed in the UK.

What the papers say – April 13

What the papers say – April 13

What the papers say – April 13

William and Harry’s tributes to their grandfather feature heavily on Tuesday’s front pages.

Active people less likely to die from Covid-19 – study

Active people less likely to die from Covid-19 – study

Active people less likely to die from Covid-19 – study

People ‘consistently’ inactive have a greater risk of severe Covid-19 and death.

Edinburgh International Festival to go ahead with outdoor pavilions

Edinburgh International Festival to go ahead with outdoor pavilions

Edinburgh International Festival to go ahead with outdoor pavilions

A number of performance spaces across the city will be created including the pavilions at Edinburgh Park and the Old College Quad.

Minister ‘deeply concerned’ after burning car left on train track near Bellarena

Minister ‘deeply concerned’ after burning car left on train track near Bellarena

Minister ‘deeply concerned’ after burning car left on train track near Bellarena

The incident took place around 9pm on Monday and involved the Belfast to Derry-Londonderry service.

William and Harry share memories on day of tributes to Duke of Edinburgh

William and Harry share memories on day of tributes to Duke of Edinburgh

William and Harry share memories on day of tributes to Duke of Edinburgh

The younger duke recalled his grandfather as an individual who was ‘authentically himself’.

Labour presses for answers over Cameron’s lobbying activities

Labour presses for answers over Cameron’s lobbying activities

Labour presses for answers over Cameron’s lobbying activities

The Opposition said Chancellor Rishi Sunak should answer MPs’ questions on the failed finance firm, Greensill Capital.

Boris Johnson hails ‘significant milestone’ as all over 50s offered Covid jab

Boris Johnson hails ‘significant milestone’ as all over 50s offered Covid jab

Boris Johnson hails ‘significant milestone’ as all over 50s offered Covid jab

The Joint Committee on Vaccine and Immunisation will shortly set out its final advice for the completion of the programme.

‘Like VE Day’ – revellers gather in London’s Soho to celebrate pubs reopening

‘Like VE Day’ – revellers gather in London’s Soho to celebrate pubs reopening

‘Like VE Day’ – revellers gather in London’s Soho to celebrate pubs reopening

People enjoyed al-fresco dining and drinks after coronavirus restrictions eased in England.

Latest weekly Covid-19 rates for local authority areas in England

Latest weekly Covid-19 rates for local authority areas in England

Latest weekly Covid-19 rates for local authority areas in England

Mansfield, Corby and Barnsley are currently recording the highest rates.

‘World’s biggest rabbit’ stolen from home in Worcestershire

‘World’s biggest rabbit’ stolen from home in Worcestershire

‘World’s biggest rabbit’ stolen from home in Worcestershire

It is believed the 4ft Continental Giant rabbit was taken from its enclosure in the garden of the property in Stoulton on Saturday.

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