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1 'Mutant coronavirus' seen before on mink farms, say scientists
2 What's the science behind mink and coronavirus?
3 Climate change: A tale of frequent fliers and weird electricity
4 Virgin Hyperloop pod transport tests first passenger journey
5 UK's nuclear future to be decided at key meeting
6 UK energy plant to use liquid air
7 Back from the dead: Race to save Romania's 65 million-year-old fish
8 Climate change: 'Dangerous and dirty' used cars sold to Africa
9 New nuclear plant at Sizewell set for green light
10 UK fusion experiment used in hunt for clean energy
11 Osiris-Rex: NASA asteroid probe ready to return to Earth after leak
12 Water on the Moon could sustain a lunar base
13 Durham University Prof. Carlos Frenk's prize a 'huge honour'
14 How artificial intelligence may be making you buy things
15 A68 iceberg on collision path with South Georgia
16 Oxford: The soggy view from UK's oldest rain record
17 The Somali man who has a scorpion named after him
18 Budgies on loose in Sheffield after aviary break-in
19 Kent wildlife sanctuary 'struggling' in second lockdown
20 Farming faces 'historic' shift to cut greenhouse gas emissions
21 Bonfire Night: Aberdeen police probe 'traumatic' horse injury
22 Five questions for Joe Biden on the economy
23 Surfers Against Sewage report warns of 'open sewers' seas
24 Mossmorran: Carbon emissions from flaring revealed
25 South Yorkshire floods: Some victims still not home a year on
26 Typhoon Goni: Philippines survivor tells of children swept away
27 The intriguing maps that reveal alternate histories
28 What turns a product into a global phenomenon?
29 Why Germans love getting naked in public
30 The new series of the Crown is a 'glorious spectacle'
31 The technologies that could transform aging
32 Asynchronous video interviews: The tools you need to succeed
33 Parler 'free speech' app tops charts in wake of Trump defeat
34 US election 2020: How a misleading post went from the fringes to Trump's Twitter
35 Social media: Is it really biased against US Republicans?
36 Apple puts iPhone supplier on probation for labour violations
37 NHS data: Can web creator Sir Tim Berners-Lee fix it?
38 Alan Turing: Stolen items to be returned to UK from US after decades
39 PS5 vs. Xbox Series X: Who will win the next-gen console race?
40 Codemasters: UK games firm to sell to Take-Two
41 US election: Bannon Twitter account banned amid clampdown
42 COVID: Romance fraudsters 'target lonely' in lockdown
43 Popular app T&Cs 'longer than Harry Potter'
44 Santa to visit virtually as Christmas grottos cancelled
45 Jack Ma's terrible week
46 The foul-smelling fuel that could power big ships
47 Pikmin 3 Deluxe review: 'Boring beginnings and chaotic controls hold back a genuinely fun game'
48 Robot Bores: AI-powered awkward first date
49 The Countdown: Early voting, Biden's ads and the Beastie Boys
50 The Countdown: Tiffany Trump trends and two rivals show love
51 NHS data: Can web creator Sir Tim Berners-Lee fix it?
52 Just Park apologises after scammers place fake parking space ads
53 Guernsey law firm fined 10,000 pounds for data security breach
54 Letter from Africa: Why Nigerians fear social media sanctions
55 Popular app T&Cs 'longer than Harry Potter'
56 Capcom hacked in latest cyber-attack on game-makers
57 Marcus Rashford welcomes school holiday support climbdown
58 Marcus Rashford school meals petition passes 1m signatures
59 School meals: Pressure mounts on government to reverse decision
60 COVID: Call for 2021 A-Level and GCSE 'clarity'
61 Blitzed cities still deprived 75 years after war
62 Scotland becomes first part of UK to ban smacking
63 Manchester clubs urged to pay staff 'real living wage'
64 'Toxic lockdown' sees huge rise in babies harmed or killed
65 New lockdown: Manchester University students pull down campus fences
66 COVID: Laptop allocation for deprived pupils cut at some schools
67 School meals: Councils promise help after Rashford campaign
68 COVID-19: Schools may need to close to some year groups, scientist warns
69 COVID-19 confirmed cases in half of Northern Ireland schools
70 Emergency powers adopted to require schools to teach online
71 Jill Biden: From teacher to US first lady
72 Manchester University: 'It doesn't feel like we're at uni'
73 New college opening with degrees with no subjects
74 Leaving care: 'I made it to university, but then I fell through the cracks'
75 Wales urged to scrap GCSE exams in favour of assessments
76 Scotland makes first move in reducing exams. Who is next?
77 Will next summer's exams be cancelled?
78 Coronavirus: The story of the big U-turn of the summer
79 Ministers 'sticking fingers in ears' over 2021 exams
80 COVID: How Marcus Rashford campaign changed free school meals
81 COVID: What can you do as Wales' firebreak lockdown ends?
82 COVID-19: Families fear further respite cuts for vulnerable children
83 Hong Kong security law: Why students abroad fear it
84 Marcus Rashford welcomes school holiday support climbdown
85 COVID-19: Two weeks of remote teaching for Londonderry school
86 New lockdown: Manchester University fencing costing 11k pounds removed
87 Colston's Girls' School in Bristol chooses new name
88 Transgender in Bangladesh: First school opens for trans students
89 Porn: Why Flintshire mum made her own adult film
90 COVID-19: Global coronavirus cases pass 50 million
91 COVID-19: US hits record daily case rise three days running
92 Coronavirus: France records more than 60,000 cases
93 Coronavirus: Hauliers included in Denmark restrictions
94 Poor diet: Children 20cm shorter as a result, analysis says
95 COVID-19: How a 'warm vaccine' could help India tackle coronavirus
96 COVID: What are the lockdown rules in place across Europe?
97 COVID: Back to intensive care, where I notice one major change
98 COVID: Melbourne's hard-won success after a marathon lockdown
99 COVID nurse: 'I thought I wasn't going to make it'
100 COVID: Why is coronavirus such a threat?
101 COVID: Who will have the Pfizer vaccine first and when can I get it?
102 COVID: NHS staff helped through crisis by 'wobble room'
103 COVID-19: At-risk groups in NI 'could get vaccine by end of year'
104 Coronavirus: How soon can we expect a working vaccine?
105 COVID in Wales: How many deaths have there been?
106 COVID vaccine: First 'milestone' vaccine offers 90% protection
107 COVID-19: Global stock markets rocket on vaccine hopes
108 COVID: Plea from Cirencester woman to hold mum's hand
109 COVID: Have we finally got a coronavirus vaccine?
110 NSPCC: Children 'cut off' from support during lockdown
111 COVID wedding refund battles 'caused so much stress and drama'
112 Coronavirus: Why are we looking at the 'R number' in Wales?
113 COVID: Cancer delays 'could cause 2,000 deaths in Wales'
114 Coronavirus: What are the social distancing rules?