• Politics
    The Independent

    Trump news – live: Top ally breaks rank and demands transition as CEOs and defence experts turn on White House

    Latest developments as tenuous efforts by White House to reverse election loss expected to face lethal blow

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    Yahoo News UK

    Map shows risk of Britons catching COVID in family Christmas gatherings

    This is the map that shows how risky it is to gather with family members at Christmas.

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    Yahoo Quizzes UK

    Quiz! How well do you know your UK TV adverts?

    Test your knowledge of some of the most famous TV adverts of all time with our 15-question multiple-choice quiz.

  • Entertainment
    The Telegraph

    ‘Inappropriate’, ‘grotesque’: why the outrage over Caroline Quentin’s Strictly arm-lick is justified

    Strictly is no stranger to peculiar moves. There was John Sergeant dragging his partner across the floor like a wet towel in his paso doble. Russell Grant being fired out of a cannon. And who can forget Ed Balls’ infamous “Gangnam Style”? But it appears that Strictly fans do have a line - and Caroline Quentin licking her partner’s arm in Saturday’s show may have crossed it. Their Carry On cha cha cha involved Quentin summoning Johannes Radebe’s hunky fireman by pretending her cat needed rescuing. Wink wink. So far so jolly, but viewers were alarmed when, mid dance, she took a lascivious slurp of her pro partner’s bulging bicep. Is this Quentin’s rebellion - Women Behaving Badly? “Cha cha, but make it cheeky,” trilled Strictly’s Twitter account, and some viewers enjoyed the comedy element of it - or were even envious of Quentin. But others took a different view. Darran Bilton tweeted that the licking “made my skin crawl.”

  • Health
    The Independent

    ‘I had the Oxford University coronavirus vaccine. This is what it was like’

    No other exit strategy has as much potential as the vaccine to return us to our pre-Covid lives. Jack Sommers, who had the jab in May, explains what to expect when you’re injecting

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    Yahoo News UK

    The area of England that is the new hotspot for coronavirus cases

    South-east England is the region that now has the highest rates in England.

  • Entertainment
    Yahoo UK News Video

    Couple reunited with missing dog which was stolen six years ago

    A couple have been reunited with their pet dog, which was stolen six years ago. Simon Hall, 50, and his wife Caroline, 48, had their cocker spaniel Bonnie taken in May 2014 and have been distraught ever since. They had both given up hope of ever seeing Bonnie again, but were shocked after Simon received a call from a dog warden telling him that the lost pooch was found in a Norfolk park on Thursday - 200 miles from home. Now the pair, from Durham, have been reunited with their missing pet the day before its 10th birthday. Credit: SWNS