Health experts say the benefits outweigh the risks and recommend the FDA authorise the vaccine.
The chancellor will outline his Budget on Wednesday after fury over rafts of early press announcements.
Buckingham Palace says the Queen, who has been advised to rest, is “disappointed” not to attend.
The chancellor will use his Budget on Wednesday to confirm that the “pay pause” is being lifted.
Met Police Commissioner Dame Cressida Dick says the force could have saved “immeasurable pain”.
Soldiers are said to have opened fire on large crowds opposing the military takeover.
Health leaders welcome the money but say it only goes so far and staff shortages need to be fixed.
But the chancellor says the data does not suggest “immediately” moving to government’s back-up plan.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan declares them “persona non grata” for urging an activist’s release.
Joel Souza, wounded by a gun fired by actor Alec Baldwin, grieves for lost friend Halyna Hutchins.
The world’s biggest oil exporter will cut carbon emissions, but not stop producing fossil fuels.
Director of photography Halyna Hutchins was killed by a prop gun fired by the actor in New Mexico.
The 24-year-old is detained at Manchester Airport on suspicion of a terrorism offence.
Tougher measures to stop the spread of coronavirus could be avoided with early action, advisers say.
Boris Johnson is urging those eligible for a third dose to organise appointments straight away.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Thursday evening.
North Londoner Ali Harbi Ali, 25, has been charged with murder and preparing terrorist acts.
Nikolas Cruz could see life in prison or the death penalty over the 2018 Florida school shooting.
It follows a number of reports of women being spiked by injections on nights out.
But the business secretary says it is not time for “Plan B” and he wants to avoid further lockdowns.
The Manchester Arena bomber’s brother Ismail Abedi has been ordered to appear as a witness.
An inquiry finds police seemed “reluctant to investigate” claims against former MP Lord Janner.
The government reveals its long-awaited strategy days before global leaders meet for COP26 in Glasgow.
Brendan Cox, whose wife was killed in 2016, had a “physical reaction” to Sir David Amess’ death.
BBC correspondent Yogita Limaye in Kabul asks the Taliban when girls can go back to school.
Prof Dame Sarah Gilbert says medical science has transformed ambitions for new vaccines.
The man arrested on suspicion of murdering Sir David Amess is Ali Harbi Ali, Whitehall officials tell the BBC.
The protests come as tensions rise between civilian and military rulers.
Detectives also say the fatal stabbing of Tory MP Sir David Amess has a potential link to Islamist extremism.
Explosions at a Shia mosque in Kandahar kill more than 40 people during Friday worship.
The president’s administration will ask the Supreme Court to block a restrictive Texas abortion law.
But retailers say it could take months to update terminals so people can spend up to £100 without a Pin.
Former interpreters fear for their lives after the UK blocks their evacuation on security grounds.
People in England going away for half term will be able to book lateral flow tests, the government says.
Police say a man armed with a bow and arrows killed five people and injured two more in Kongsberg.
The proposals are a “genuine response” to address Brexit trade issues, says the European Commission.
The UK’s Brexit minister says the existing protocol cannot survive and warns the UK could still trigger Article 16.
The Environment Agency says hundreds could die in a flooding event at some point.
But the new report by MPs fails to reflect the views of bereaved relatives, campaigners say.
The business secretary says companies will have a sustainable supply of CO2 even as gas prices rise.
NHS England says the number of pregnant women seriously ill in critical care with the virus has grown.
The Prince of Wales tells the BBC he sympathises with protesters – but any action must be constructive.
The business secretary says he is looking for a solution but does not set out new support for firms.
The boss of the food giant says rising prices are partly due to pandemic disruption.
Firms say consumers could face a “huge cost” from providers going out of business.
This is the twentieth day of eruptions coming from the Cumbre Vieja volcano.
The high-profile Philippine and Russian editors face threats and intimidation for doing their jobs.
A bomber hits a mosque used by minority Shia Muslims in the deadliest attack since US forces left.
The ex-minister and father-of-three first quit the cabinet in 2018 after being diagnosed with lung cancer.
Wreaths were laid at dawn in memory of the 457 British servicemen and women who were killed.
His legal team believes the sealed document will end a case brought by his accuser, Virginia Giuffre.
As the £20-a-week UC uplift is withdrawn, we ask three women how it will affect them.
The PM will promise a high-wage, high-skill economy, as he makes his Conservative conference speech.