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Doctor's mental health tips during the pandemic

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NHS mental health doctor Dr Max Pemberton gives tips to help with mentalhealth during the pandemic, part of Public Health England campaign Every MindMatters.

Arteta pleased with Aubameyang as Arsenal move to top half of table

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Arsenal moved into the top half of the table having kept their fifth cleansheet in a row across all competitions. It is the first time in 12 years theyhave had such a run of defensive shut-outs – but it was the second-halfdisplay of his attacking players which pleased manager Mikel Arteta.

Covid-19 briefing: All you need to know

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Health Secretary Matt Hancock has said the coronavirus outbreak is beingbrought “under control”. Mr Hancock told a No 10 news conference that morethan four million people have now been vaccinated and that the over-70s andthe clinically vulnerable were now receiving the jab.

Hancock: I think we're going to have a great British summer

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Asked whether families could feel confident in booking a break for the summerholidays as all adults may be vaccinated by the summer, Mr Hancock said: “Onthe summer holidays, I’m going to Cornwall and I’ve said before I think we’regoing to have a great British summer, but we’ve got a lot of work to dobetween now and then. “What we can do is see the line of sight to vaccinatingeverybody by September and anything before that would be a bonus.

European Commission calls for immediate release of Alexei Navalny

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The European Commission has called for the release of opposition leader AlexeiNavalny after he was detained upon returning to his country. Mr Navalny flewto Russia from Germany, where he had spent five months recovering from nerveagent poisoning that he blames on the Kremlin. He was detained at passportcontrol at Sheremetyevo airport after flying in Sunday evening from Berlin,where he was treated following the poisoning in August. Mr Navalny’s arrestprompted a wave of criticism from US and European officials, adding toexisting tension between Russia and West.

Hancock: Don’t blow it now, we are on the route out

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Mr Hancock told a No 10 news conference that more than four million peoplehave now been vaccinated and that the over-70s and the clinically vulnerablewere now receiving the jab. He urged people to stick with the regulations asthe programme continued to roll out. “Don’t blow it now. We are on the routeout. We are protecting the most vulnerable. We are getting the virus undercontrol,” he said.

Harry Dunn's mother in plea to Joe Biden for help with son's case

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The mother of killed teenage motorcyclist Harry Dunn has issued a “help me”plea to incoming US president Joe Biden ahead of his inauguration. CharlotteCharles said her family had “not been able to start to rebuild our lives” -describing every day as “excruciatingly painful”. The 46-year-old urged MrBiden not to be afraid to “reverse the decision Mr Trump made by refusing AnneSacoolas’s extradition to the UK”.

Police release mugging CCTV after pensioner’s attacker is jailed

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Police have released CCTV of an 89-year-old woman being mugged at a bus stopby an attacker who was arrested and charged within hours. Kirsty Moxon knockedher victim to the ground, causing the pensioner to hit her head and break herarm, in the lunchtime attack in Rotherham, South Yorkshire, on TuesdayNovember 17 last year. The mugger, wearing a coat with a thick hood, wascaptured on a pub’s CCTV camera, running away from the scene with the victim’shandbag and walking frame. She got away with £300 and also took the woman’sbank cards and car keys.

Keir Starmer attacks Tories over Universal Credit cap

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Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer speaks on a visit to a foodbank in Streatham asMPs are set to vote on £20 a week cut to Universal Credit. Mr Starmer says theproposed cut is the difference between making ends meet and not.

Phil Neville leaves role as England Women head coach

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Phil Neville is to step down as England Women head coach with immediateeffect, the Football Association has announced. The 43-year-old, who waspreviously due to depart the role in July at the end of his contract, is setto become the new boss of Inter Miami, the PA news agency understands. TheMajor League Soccer outfit are co-owned by Neville’s former Manchester Unitedand England team-mate David Beckham, who is also his fellow co-owner of LeagueTwo side Salford.

Mesut Ozil in profile

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Mesut Ozil has travelled to Turkey on Sunday ahead of his expected move toFenerbahce. The Super Lig club posted photographs of Arsenal midfielder Ozilboarding a plane and tweeted: “Our club is bringing Mesut Ozil to Istanbul tocontinue the transfer processes.”

Joe Root looks ahead after England beat Sri Lanka

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Joe Root believes his England side have set down a marker for the challengesahead in 2021 after starting the year with a decisive first Test victory overSri Lanka in Galle.

Easing of lockdown restrictions not before March, says Zahawi

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Vaccines minister Nadhim Zahawi has suggested that a gradual easing oflockdown restrictions will not begin before early March. He told BBCBreakfast: “If we take the mid-February target, two weeks after that you getyour protection, pretty much, for the Pfizer/BioNTech, three weeks for theOxford/AstraZeneca, you are protected. “One of the things we don’t know yet,and the deputy chief medical officer Jonathan Van-Tam is on record as saying‘look give me a couple of months and I’ll tell you’, is the impact of thevaccine on transmission rates ie on infecting people. “So there are a numberof caveats that stand in the way of us reopening the economy. “It will begradually, it will be probably through the tiered system but you’re looking atthat sort of period, two to three weeks after the middle of February, afterwe’ve protected the top four cohorts.”

Yan Bingtao upsets John Higgins to win Masters title

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Yan Bingtao was crowned the youngest Masters champion since Ronnie O’Sullivanin 1995 after sinking John Higgins 10-8 in Milton Keynes. The 20-year-oldChinese star rose to the occasion to see off the Scot, 25 years his senior,and claim the title in his debut appearance in the top-16-only tournament. Itwas a remarkably composed display from Yan, the world number 11, who twice hitback from two frames behind before seeing off the vastly experienced formertwo-time winner.

Joe Biden tasked with healing the US' divides

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The highest death toll from coronavirus in the world and an economic falloutleaving millions jobless has compounded the turmoil of a bitterly-dividednation where democracy itself at times seemed in jeopardy. It falls to JoeBiden to begin a repair job on a gargantuan scale when he enters the WhiteHouse as the 46th President of the United States on Wednesday.

Donald Trump in profile

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Donald Trump is leaving his position as president following a tumultuous fouryears. We take a look at the most controversial president in US history.

Joe Biden in profile

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A look at the life and campaign of US President-elect Joe Biden.

Kremlin critic Navalny lands in Moscow

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The plane carrying Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny has landed inMoscow, where he faces the threat of arrest. But the flight landed at adifferent airport to the one scheduled, a possible attempt to outwitjournalists and supporters who wanted to witness the return.

Jack Leach weary but happy after long wait for England return in Sri Lanka

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After 14 challenging months out of international cricket Jack Leach enjoyed awearying but worthwhile return to help England’s push for victory in the firstTest against Sri Lanka. The left-arm spinner claimed five for 122 on thefourth day in Galle, including the last four wickets to fall, to leave hisside chasing just 74 for the win.

Duke of Cambridge thanks NHS staff for vaccine work

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The Duke of Cambridge spoke to frontline workers and volunteers from acrossthe UK via video call to hear more about their involvement in theadministration of the Covid-19 vaccine.

We miss British humour in European Parliament, says German MEP

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European Parliament debates are duller without the British as fewer nativeEnglish speakers mean exchanges lack humour, irony and sarcasm, an MEP hascomplained. German politician David McAllister said that in the almost yearsince Britain formally left the European Union, he and his colleagues havemissed the British command of the language.

Starmer speaks of hope for relations with the US under Joe Biden

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Sir Keir Starmer has set out his "optimistic" vision for a wide-ranging newrelationship with the United States under Joe Biden in a keynote address tothe Fabian Society. As the president-elect prepares for his inauguration onWednesday, the Labour leader declared himself to be "anti-Trump but pro-American".

Wayne Rooney in numbers

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A look at Wayne Rooney's career in numbers as the 35-year-old retires fromplaying to become Derby manager.

Rooney takes up full-time managerial role at Derby

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Wayne Rooney has brought his illustrious playing career to an end by acceptingthe managerial reins at Derby on a full-time basis. The Championship clubconfirmed the 35-year-old former England captain had agreed a permanent dealthrough to the summer of 2023, having succeeded Phillip Cocu on an interimbasis in November.