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● UK vows to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 68% by 2030 The UK's greenhouse gas emissions will fall sooner and by more than any other major economy in the coming years.
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● The people determined to have the best Covid Christmas While we can't wait for 2020 to finally be over, there are plenty of people determined to make the best of things this Christmas, pandemic or not.
● Thousands killed and injured amid fighting in Ethiopia Concerns are mounting for the welfare of tens of thousands of people who have fled fighting in the northern Ethiopian province of Tigray into neighbouring Sudan.
● Major road and rail works suspended to avoid travel chaos over Christmas Ministers say they are trying to head off the prospect of travel chaos and overcrowding over the festive period
● Calls for Bangladesh to halt relocation of Rohingya refugees to remote island Human rights groups have called on Bangladesh to halt what they claim is the forced relocation of Rohingya refugees to a remote, cyclone prone island
● Avonmouth explosion: Four die in blast at waste water plant near Bristol Avon and Somerset Police say four people have been killed in a large explosion at a water waste treatment works near Bristol.
● Care home residents no longer first in line for Covid vaccine The UK government has begun rolling out rapid testing for care home visitors in England
● Scotland first to set date for vaccine rollout to care homes Scotland's health secretary, Jeane Freeman, has today been talking about Scotland's vaccine plans.
● Covid vaccine arrives in the UK for mass rollout The first batches of the Pfizer/BioNTech Covid vaccine are thought to have arrived in the UK today
● Cornwall residents in Tier One restrictions call for visitor rules Cornwall is the only county on the mainland which is in the lowest Tier one alert.
● The churches tackling Covid-19 vaccine mistrust Told through two churches in the area, these are the stories of those trying to help their congregations to have faith.
● After violent clashes, Bobi Wine resumes Ugandan presidential election campaign In this exclusive report, Channel 4 News was filming with Bobi Wine during yesterday's campaigning and the chaos that ensued.
● Football fans welcomed back to stadiums in limited numbers After shutting them out for months, some English professional football clubs are welcoming a limited number of fans back into their stadiums.
● Shops and gyms reopen as England enters new tier system But 99% of the country will still be under strict coronavirus measures, banning households from mixing indoors.
● Pfizer/BioNTech Covid vaccine approved for rollout in UK from next week The over 80s will be first in line.
● FactCheck: Brexit did not speed up UK vaccine authorisation In fact, the UK regulator used EU law to authorise the jab.