● Prof Van-Tam: 'We don't know how long immunisation will last' Prof Jonathan Van-Tam says it will take time before we understand how long the vaccine will be effective.
● Mad Max star Hugh Keays-Byrne dies aged 73 Tributes have been paid to the actor, who played the villain Toecutter opposite Mel Gibson.
● Bairstow set for England Test recall after pulling out of Big Bash Batsman Jonny Bairstow is set to return to the England Test squad for January's proposed tour of Sri Lanka after withdrawing from the Big Bash League.
● England: Jonny Bairstow set for Test recall in Sri Lanka Batsman Jonny Bairstow is set to return to the England Test squad for January's proposed tour of Sri Lanka after withdrawing from the Big Bash League.
● Topshop: Frustration for shoppers with Arcadia gift cards Shoppers at Arcadia brands will only be able to use gift cards for half of their order, the company says.
● Engineering firm Bifab goes into administration The steel fabrication firm, with plants in Fife and Lewis, failed to secure any new contracts.
● Sam Kerr: My life in five pictures Chelsea and Australia Matildas forward Sam Kerr takes us through her life in five pictures.
● Chelsea star Sam Kerr: My life in five pictures Chelsea and Australia Matildas forward Sam Kerr takes us through her life in five pictures.
● Andy Lapthorne: British wheelchair tennis player criticises sport for 'ableism' Leading British wheelchair tennis player Andy Lapthorne tells the BBC that ableism is an issue in his sport.
● Football fans return: Six supporters' stories as crowds back at English league football Six football fans share their experiences of the evening that crowds returned to English league football for the first time in nine months.
● 'Emotion, excitement and hope' - fans' stories about their return to football Six football fans share their experiences of the evening that crowds returned to English league football for the first time in nine months.
● Covid-19 vaccine: 'Patience required' over Pfizer rollout to care homes There are short-term practical difficulties in getting the vaccine to care homes, a vaccine expert says.
● Covid in Scotland: Concern over vaccine deployment to care homes The health secretary says it is currently not possible to take the vaccine into care homes because of storage issues.
● How a robot inspired my ballet dancing Quantum physicist Merritt Moore explains how robot technology helped her new sequences of moves.
● Covid: Travel allowed between Wales and England's tier 1 and 2 Wales' Covid rules previously banned all but "essential" travel between Wales and England.
● Broadband: Virgin to offer hyper-fast speeds in parts of Wales Hundreds of thousands of people would have access to the faster service, the telecoms firm says.
● Sainsbury's to hand back £440m of business rates relief It follows supermarket rivals Morrisons and Tesco, which gave back £850m between them on Wednesday.
● Pablo Matera reinstated as Argentina captain as his and team-mates' suspensions lifted Pablo Matera is reinstated as Argentina captain as his and two team-mates' suspensions for comments on social media are lifted.
● Covid-19: Pupils promised exam 'fairness' and vaccine a 'game-changer' for NHS staff Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Thursday morning.
● Welsh Grand National: Chepstow race to take place behind closed doors The Welsh Grand National, the biggest race in Chepstow's calendar, is set to take place behind closed doors on 27 December.
● Hong Kong pro-democracy tycoon Jimmy Lai detained for fraud The prominent pro-democracy supporter's detention comes a day after several activists were jailed.
● Coronavirus: Post-lockdown plans for NI on executive agenda Ministers will look at whether businesses can reopen next Friday at a meeting later today.
● Advent calendar: Day three - Stephen Maguire hits 'most amazing shot in history of snooker' Day three of BBC Sport's 2020 advent calendar looks back on Stephen Maguire's double fluke against Neil Robertson at the...
● Oisin Murphy: Champion jockey on positive drugs test and racing ban Double champion jockey Oisin Murphy speaks exclusively to BBC Sport's Laura Scott on his positive drugs test and subsequent horse-racing ban.