| 24/04/2009 2:50 pm

  • Trump accepts US presidency transition to Biden must begin - The president says a key federal agency should "do what needs to be done", but he vows to fight on.
  • Covid-19: England arrivals to be able to cut quarantine with private test - People arriving in England can end their self-isolation with a negative test taken after five days.
  • COVID-19: 'It doesn't feel like a lockdown' - Covid-19 case numbers are dropping in most parts of England, but the South East's cases are rising.
  • Covid-19: Plan Christmas travel 'carefully', says Grant Shapps - Pressure on the railways could impact journeys over the festive period, the transport secretary says.
  • Charles Darwin: Notebooks worth millions lost for 20 years - Cambridge University Library launches an appeal to find the scientist's missing notes and sketches.
  • Doctor Who, Call the Midwife and Mrs Brown on BBC Christmas TV line-up - Doctor Who, Call the Midwife and Mrs Brown's Boys are among the shows in the festive schedule.
  • Police probed after black woman punched during arrest - Eight Met officers are investigated over claims of excessive use of force against a black woman in custody.
  • Government set to pass new laws to cut UK overseas aid budget - Church leaders and charities are among those opposing a cut in the UK's overseas aid budget.
  • Stephen Ellison: Diplomat who saved drowning woman given banner - The banner, a Chinese gift of gratitude, reads "righteous and courageous, saving people from water".
  • I'm a Celebrity castle crash: Sharn Hughes dies taking photo - Sharn Hughes had gone to see the lights at Gwrych Castle - the location of TV show I'm a Celebrity.
  • Pets at Home says pets have been 'a lifesaver' during lockdown - Pets at Home reports soaring sales as people increasingly turned to animals for solace amid the pandemic.
  • Reunited after the Manchester Arena bombing - Usman and Sharon were connected forever after being caught up in the bombing's aftermath.
  • The papers: 'Tis the season to be jolly careful' and jab news - Most papers carry news that the Oxford vaccine is "highly effective" at stopping Covid-19 symptoms.
  • Nagorno-Karabakh: 'It's too painful to sleep' - Whilst most Azerbaijanis are celebrating the end of fighting in Nagorno-Karabakh, some are struggling to return to normal life.
  • Michelle Yeoh: 'Finally we have our own superhero, Shang-Chi' - Michelle Yeoh - soon to star in Marvel's first Asian superhero film, Shang-Chi - says it has taken time for Hollywood to offer more diverse film roles to Asian actors.
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