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Recent articles by Jen:

Imperial College coronavirus vaccine 'could be approved by middle of next year'

Professor Robin Shattock, who is leading the university's Covid-19 vaccine effort, told the European Parliament trials are showing promising results. → Read More

Fine for breaking 'rule of six' to double to £200

The amount people can be fined for breaking the 'rule of six' or not wearing a face mask is to double to £200, the prime minister has said. It comes... → Read More

Two boys under 16 arrested after 'being caught sexually assaulting woman'

The boys were detained at the scene by witnesses who called the police. → Read More

Woman battered with bathroom door by boyfriend after going out with friends

A woman feared she was going to die during years of abuse from her violent partner. On one occasion, Mitchell Liversedge, 25, pulled the bathroom door from its hinges and... → Read More

Another 21 die from coronavirus with 3,395 new cases in the UK

Another 3,395 cases of coronavirus have been confirmed today, with 21 deaths. It follows an increase of almost 4,000 cases yesterday, which was the highest number of cases since early... → Read More

Slovenia added to quarantine list with Thailand and Singapore removed

The list of countries where quarantine is needed to enter the UK has been updated, with arrivals from Slovenia and Guadeloupe now needing to self-isolate. However, those from Thailand and... → Read More

Man's body found 'alight' in unexplained death on London street

A man's body has been found 'alight' on a street in London. The Metropolitan Police are treating his death as unexplained after he was found at around 6am in Mitcham.... → Read More

Government top law officer for Scotland resigns over Brexit bill

Lord Keen has resigned as Advocate General for Scotland, Downing Street said, amid reports he was unhappy about the controversial UK Internal Market Bill. A Downing Street spokesman said: 'Lord Keen has resigned... → Read More

Boris Johnson finally admits there isn't enough testing capacity

He pledged to have reached 500,000 tests a day by the end of October. → Read More

Greedy labrador ate his entire lead during 15-minute car journey

A labrador had to have emergency treatment after he ate his entire lead in the space of a 15 minute car journey. Max made short work of the lead, leaving nothing... → Read More

UK records 3,105 new coronavirus cases and nine deaths

There has been an increase in coronavirus cases of 3,105 in the past 24 hours, with another nine people dying from the disease. The total number of confirmed cases in... → Read More

MPs pass law-breaking bill to override Brexit deal

The legislation would put the UK in breach of international law by breaking the terms of the treaty signed with Brussels. → Read More

Signs of potential alien life detected on Venus

The discovery of phosphine gas in the clouds of Venus could possibly indicate signs of life on the planet, scientists have said. → Read More

Another 3,330 coronavirus cases recorded in UK

Data is updated every afternoon by the Department of Health. → Read More

Bar worker 'messaged model after getting number from Test and Trace'

A model says she was sent text messages and a selfie by a bar worker after being asked to leave her details for Test and Trace. Lucy Dixon, 32, accused... → Read More

Man injured trying to protect Cocker Spaniel from a fatal dog attack

A large dog sank its teeth into a man's arm as he desperately tried to protect his own pet from being killed. Pete Bartlett has been left with horrific injuries... → Read More

Cat survived months in shipping container 'eating spiders and condensation'

A pet cat survived being trapped in a shipping container for two months until someone heard him meowing for help. Monty is believed to have managed to stay alive by... → Read More

Second national lockdown 'would lead to permanent scarring in the economy'

With coronavirus cases rising, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said today that he is seeking to avoid such measures by imposing more limited rules. → Read More

Donald Trump nominated for Nobel Peace Prize

The nomination is believed to have come from right-wing Norwegian politician Christian Tybring-Gjedde and relates to the 'historic peace agreement' between Israel and the United Arab Emirates. → Read More

Up to 2,000 pigs burn to death in 'devastating' fire at farm

Up to 2,000 pigs have died in a fire on a farm in Northern Ireland. The 'devastating' blaze broke out just before 9pm yesterday, with firefighters working to stop the... → Read More