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Ed Conway looks at the figures behind the government’s warning that COVID-19 cases may hit 49,000 by next month.
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In full: COVID-19 cases set to soar across the UK
Sir Patrick Vallance and Prof Chris Whitty, the two men in charge of the government's coronavirus response, warned that the infection rate would soar over coming weeks, putting increased pressure on
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BREAKING: UK faces 49,000 COVID cases a day by mid-October without action
The UK could see 49,000 new coronavirus cases a day by mid-October without further restrictions, the Government's chief scientific adviser has warned.
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Schitt's Creek sets record at virtual Emmys
Schitt's Creek, Succession and Watchmen were the big winners at this year's Emmy Awards, which were held virtually because of the coronavirus pandemic.
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Activists lay plaque in defiance of Thai king
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'Not in the mood' for a lockdown
People in Madrid are pushing back against tightening lockdown restrictions.
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Coronavirus: UK 'faces a tipping point'
Matt Hancock tells Sky News that new measures are needed for England as the country has reached a 'tipping point'.
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Coronavirus: Can we produce enough vaccine?
Producing a vaccine is a complex business - so how much can we produce and who will get it first? Experts say most of us will need two doses no matter which vaccine makes it to the open market.
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COVID-19: Len McCluskey warns millions of jobs at risk
Len McCluskey, head of the union Unite, tells Sophy Ridge the government needs to take more robust action to protect jobs during the pandemic.
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COVID-19: 'No evidence of second wave', says govt critic
Prof Carl Heneghan, of the University of Oxford, has been critical of lockdown and government policies to counter the coronavirus.
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COVID-19: 'Country is at a tipping point'
Health Secretary Matt Hancock says there'll be stricter measures to counter the coronavirus unless people follow the rule of six and self-isolate when told.
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Starmer: Prioritise COVID-19 tests for children
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer says the govt should give children the same status as key workers in deciding who to test for COVID-19.
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Coronavirus: Breaking self-isolation to be made illegal in England
People who may have COVID-19 will be required to self-isolate by law, with those who refuse facing fines of up to £10,000 in England.
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Tens of thousands of anti-government protestors gather in Bangkok
Tens of thousands of anti-government protestors have gathered in Bangkok today.
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Some 2,000 participants are testing three of the most promising vaccines in cities throughout South Africa.
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Primodos Scandal: Germany to review pregnancy test drug after UK inquiry
The health minister in Germany has approved a review for the controversial pregnancy drug known in the UK as Primodos.
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Coronavirus: Lancashire braces for second lockdown
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PM: 'We're now seeing a second wave coming'
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Coronavirus: Northern England businesses worry about lockdown 'experiment'
Sky News' Mark Austin has travelled through the affected areas from Newcastle to Halifax, and he tries to understand how people feel about the changing coronavirus rules.
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Data Dive: How quickly are coronavirus cases really rising in the UK?
Sky News' Economic Editor Ed Conway takes a closer look at how the UK is coping with the COVID-19 pandemic compared to other countries in Europe.
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On this week's show, Paris Hilton opens up about alleged abuse, the trauma of that infamous sex tape, and striving to make $1bn.
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Nicola Sturgeon says difficult but necessary decisions are likely in the coming days to tackle COVID-19 as the country reaches a 'critical point' in fighting the virus.
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Tighter restrictions will come into force on Tuesday in Lancashire, Merseyside, the Midlands and West Yorkshire after a surge in COVID-19 cases.
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Yemen: Coronavirus is an 'attack by the West'
There's no coronavirus pandemic in Yemen if you ask anybody in the Old City of Sana'a.
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COVID-19: Hancock refuses to rule out second lockdown
Health Secretary Matt Hancock has not ruled out a second national lockdown as the number of COVID-19 cases rises, telling Sky News: "We'll do what is necessary to keep people safe." It has been
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COVID-19 has hit progress in tackling global poverty
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has told Sky News that the coronavirus has put progress in the battle to eradicate poverty back at least 25 years.
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