Sky News Breakfast: Over-45’s get vaccine, lockdown eased & Minneapolis killing

On your Sky News Breakfast menu: -Vaccines for people aged 40 to 50 to begin in the coming days -Crowds in England

COVID cases drop ‘due to lockdown’ despite vaccine – PM

The Prime Minister is keen to stress that the main reason for a drop in coronavirus cases is due to

‘Questions need answered’ over Cameron’s lobbying – PM

Boris Johnson has appointed Nigel Boardman to lead an inquiry into lobbying allegations against former Prime Minister David Cameron. SUBSCRIBE to

US suspends Johnson & Johnson vaccine rollout

The FDA has recommended a “pause” in the rollout of the Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine in the United States

Scottish pubs can reopen indoors but cannot serve alcohol

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon announces indoor hospitality in Scotland will open three weeks ahead of England. With COVID restrictions in place,

Face masks recycled into school chairs and toolboxes

Thermal Compaction Group are using “game-changing” recycling technology which can turn old masks and hospital gowns into chairs for schools. SUBSCRIBE

COVID-19: Concerns raised over emerging South Africa variant

Concerns have been raised over the South Africa variant with the largest ever surge testing programme launched in South London. Prime

Greensill lobbying row deepens as it emerges civil servant worked for firm while at Cabinet Office

A senior civil servant worked for Greensill Capital – the financial firm at the centre of the David Cameron lobbying

Manchester arena attack inquiry hears from survivors

The inquiry into the Manchester Arena bombing has heard from two teenage friends who survived the attack. The girls recounted how

COVID-19: Is the UK’s economy returning to normal?

Sky’s Ed Conway crunches the numbers to examine how the UK is doing economically as lockdown continues to ease. SUBSCRIBE to