We're winding up our live coverage now - as ever, you can follow any major developments on our news site. Meanwhile, here's a summary of headlines from across the UK this evening:
- The Oxford coronavirus vaccine trial shows a strong immune response in adults in their 60s and 70s, researchers say. The trials are at an earlier stage than other programmes, which have recently reported positive news, but its lead scientist said he was "absolutely delighted with the results"
- Brexit trade talks between the UK and EU have been suspended after a member of the EU team tested positive for coronavirus
- Fashion chains Peacocks and Jaeger have gone into administration after the owner of the brands failed to find a buyer. The EWM Group has blamed the pandemic for the collapse in trade but said talks with potential buyers were continuing
- Mass testing of students is due to start at St Andrews and Edinburgh universities by the end of the month, it has been announced. It comes ahead of the winter holidays when many students are expected to return to their families
- Mixing between households at Christmas could pose "substantial risks", particularly for older people more vulnerable to coronavirus, a scientist advising the government has warned. Prof Andrew Hayward said there would be a "cost" to families getting together. No 10 said proposals to ease restrictions over Christmas will be set out next week
- In Northern Ireland talks are continuing in a bid to reach agreement on further Covid-19 restrictions. Health Minister Robin Swann has warned more interventions are necessary before the end of this month
And that's all from us for today's live page.
Our coverage has been edited by Sarah Fowler and Emma Owen and written by Hazel Shearing, Georgina Rannard, Holly Honderich and Doug Faulkner.
Thanks for joining us - there'll be more from the team tomorrow.