Parts of England prepare for widespread flooding as Boris Johnson prepares to chair Cobra meeting.
Ministers are working to get front-line workers moved up the priority list, the home secretary says.
The home secretary has been recorded telling supporters she was an "advocate" of closures last year.
Wales recall veteran Ospreys back row Dan Lydiate for the 2021 Six Nations but scrum-half Rhys Webb is missing.
Images from the day as Joe Biden is sworn in as US president and Donald Trump leaves office.
England head coach Eddie Jones and attack coach Simon Amor are self-isolating after forwards coach Matt Proudfoot tests positive for Covid-19.
Police say the van "careered" off the road and the man was rescued from the overturned vehicle.
Presenter Clemency Burton-Hill gives her first broadcast interview, a year after being in a coma.
Australian Open players are told not to feed mice at their quarantine hotel in Melbourne after one player complains of rodent infestation.
A National Audit Office report calls on the corporation to produce "a long-term financial plan".
Much-maligned and an easy target, why women's goalkeeping is '10-15 behind outfield players' and is playing catch-up.
We've looked at some of the claims Mr Trump made in his farewell video as US president.
Doris Hobday's family say they are "totally heartbroken" to lose her in this way.
The UK inflation rate jumps to 0.6% in December from 0.3% in November, led by higher transport costs.
Nine Met Police officers who broke lockdown rules have been asked to "reflect on their choices".
Delays to smear tests in lockdown prompt cervical cancer charities to call for home-testing kits.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Wednesday morning.
The actress has been accused of abandoning children she had through a surrogate.
The new president will take the oath of office in a Washington DC fortified against any civil unrest.
Donald Trump pardons 73 people, including former aide Steve Bannon, in one of his last acts as president.