Using different shots for the first and second doses might give better protection, say experts.
Her Majesty receives the wand and insignia of the Lord Chamberlain in a private ceremony at Windsor.
More than £186,000 was raised on a GoFundMe page set up after Mary Agyapong died with Covid-19.
Following rare blood clots, the US, South Africa and EU have suspended the jab.
A boy tells how he replied to an advert on Snapchat and was groomed to sell drugs at the age of 14.
Fair Isle is one of the UK's most remote communities - but every adult has now had a second vaccine.
US envoy John Kerry will hold talks in Shanghai ahead of a climate summit hosted by President Biden.
Young black people are three times more likely to be out of work than white peers, research shows.
Bill Crothers's position was "agreed" to by the Cabinet Office, a letter from a lobbying watchdog reveals.
A review of the state of Britain's native woods and trees finds only 7% are in good condition.
An expert called by the defence says officer Derek Chauvin acted with "objective reasonableness".
Sharon Johal says she faced taunts and mockery of her Indian background from other castmates.
Online property portal names Cornish surfing town as place where properties sell fastest.
The papers cover new revelations over David Cameron's lobbying and the easing of virus restrictions.
Some rare footage of two wild pandas having a fierce fight has been captured by researchers in China.
Dozens of women allege they faced invasive gynaecological procedures while being held at a US immigration detention centre.
National elections in Scotland and Wales and local elections in England are scheduled for 6 May 2021.
From corpses on horseback to a market selling lions - the varied history of London's Brick Lane.
Teenagers are due back in school next week but despite the challenges, some benefited from lockdown learning.
The greater one-horned rhino came close to extinction, but a new count gives reasons to be cheerful.
Lyra McKee's partner, Sara Canning, says "it's fed down that this is what your community does".
Research suggests more than half of patients being treated in intensive care last month were under 40.
Experts believe it was made by a large meat-eating dinosaur with a body length of up to 30ft (9m).
House listing on Rightmove reveals "treasure trove of private data".
"We think audiences will continue to swoon for this show," the streaming giant says.
Usha Mistry has very limited sight and is worried about moving around London as lockdown eases.
The makers of the Bafta-winning documentary want to preserve the underwater ecosystem it features.
A group of writers are exposing the dirty business of making pop hits, and campaigning for change.
The 2014 student abductions led to a plan backed by the UK but little has come of it seven years on.
A leading doctor describes it as the "only explanation" for cases falling as restrictions are eased.
Public relations firm boss George James thought clients would be put off by his youth but turned his weakness into a strength.
LinkedIn now gives parents a way to reflect a career gap. Can it help the return-to-work challenge?
Lockdown has pushed some young LGBTQ people into homelessness rather than face abuse.
What you need to know about Russia's troop build-up around eastern Ukraine.
An anti-lockdown, anti-vaccine movement with ties to the far right has recruited hundreds of children.
Chelsea are through to the semi-finals of the Champions League for the first time since 2014 after a 2-1 aggregate win over Porto.
Northern Ireland make history by reaching the Euro 2022 finals courtesy of a 2-0 win on the night and a 4-1 aggregate play-off win over Ukraine.
Paris St-Germain are beaten on the night but hold on to claim an away-goals victory over holders Bayern Munich that takes them through to the last four of the Champions League.
England suffer a second friendly defeat in the space of four days with two defensive mistakes contributing to a 2-0 loss to Canada.
Watch extended highlights as Northern Ireland seal their place at Euro 2022 with a 4-1 aggregate win over Ukraine in Belfast.
Some England players may miss out on the British and Irish Lions tour because of poor form but there will be more Scots than in 2017, says Warren Gatland.
The Olympics are going to look and feel very different this year, but there is still so much to look forward to from "The Greatest Show on Earth".
As UK coronavirus restrictions continue to be relaxed, public transport could become much busier.
Pubs, cafes and restaurants in England can now open for customers seated outdoors.
Explore the data on coronavirus in the UK and find out how many cases there are in your area.
People 45 or over in England are being offered a Covid vaccine.
The government is considering how people could prove they are unlikely to transmit Covid.
Use our search tool to find out about coronavirus rules and restrictions where you live.
People who live, work or travel through two south London boroughs are being urged to take a Covid-19 test.
Pub gardens and non-essential shops can now open in England - as part of the next stage of easing lockdown rules.
People under 30 are being offered an alternative to the AstraZeneca vaccine after a review into rare blood clots.
The BBC’s David Shukman on how to navigate lockdown easing while keeping yourself and others safe.
A guide to the risks and benefits of receiving the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine.
Wedding ceremonies are still restricted across the UK, but the rules are easing.
Anyone in England who travels abroad without good reason will soon face a £5000 fine.
The Duke of Sussex has returned to the UK for the first time since "stepping back" from royal duties.
A no-nonsense moderniser, the duke's last service to the monarchy may be in the way he departs it, reports the BBC's Jonny Dymond.
Writer and broadcaster Gyles Brandreth, royal biographer and a friend of Prince Philip, reflects on the public response to his death.
Prince Charles said his father "would have been amazed by... the touching things that have been said".
In marrying, Philip was able to regain the "simple pleasures" of family life he had lost aged eight.
For some, the Duke of Edinburgh will be remembered most vividly for his public comments.
People from all generations have come to Windsor to pay tribute to Prince Philip after his death.
A royal occasion descended into bewilderment and chuckles after a swarm of bees descended.
From his rescue as a toddler to thwarting wartime sea raids, the duke - and his outlook on life - was shaped by the navy.
During their 73-year marriage, he was the Queen's public support and the person who knew her best.
What was it like to take on the part of the Duke of Edinburgh in the award-winning Netflix series?
Members of the public gather at Buckingham Palace to lay flowers and show support for the Queen.
The duke visited the devastated village within hours of the tragedy that claimed 144 lives.
Crowds gathered outside Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle and people laid floral tributes.
For pals James and Nathan, the awards are about more than hauling badly-packed rucksacks up hills.
Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, won widespread respect for his steadfast and constant support of the Queen.
He was the man beside Queen Elizabeth II - and arguably the world's most famous husband.
The BBC's announcement as Buckingham Palace confirms the death of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.
How the government handled the release of a contentious report on racial disparity in the UK.
Danny Stewart saw something on the floor of an NY subway station - soon he would treasure it more than anything.
Diagnosed with a terminal illness, Hanna wanted to tell the twins taken from her at 16 - but had no way of reaching them.
Uyghurs abroad describe a pattern of harassment and intimidation they say is designed to silence them.