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Sky News has learned of claims that a Scottish government official asked to change an account of when they knew about harassment complaints against former first minister Alex Salmond.

Nissan says it is to "pause" a production line at its Sunderland plant on Friday because of coronavirus disruption.

A 47-year-old man has been charged with terrorism offences including making or possessing explosives following a raid on a property in Surrey.

Next has pulled out of the bidding for TopShop as the auction of Sir Philip Green’s former high street empire enters its closing stages.

Bars and restaurants should stay shut until May, a government adviser has said.

Almost five million people have been given a first dose of a COVID vaccine, as the UK recorded another 1,290 deaths and 37,892 cases, figures show.

Joe Biden has signed 10 executive orders aimed at curbing the spread of coronavirus across the United States.

Dan Lawrence says he will endeavour to maximise every England opportunity he gets to crank up the competition within the Test squad.

Boris Johnson has warned there will be more flooding to come next week amid severe "danger to life" flood warnings as Storm Christoph batters parts of the country.

A new £800 fine for those who flout coronavirus rules by attending house parties will come into force next week.

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