● Meet Amanda Gorman, Joe Biden's inauguration poet The 22-year-old from LA is the youngest poet to perform at a presidential inauguration.
● Kamala Harris becomes first female, first black and first Asian-American VP Kamala Harris makes history as she is sworn in as US vice-president.
● Burberry pins hopes on Marcus Rashford as sales fall The brand is struggling in the pandemic but says a campaign with the footballer helped win new customers.
● Covid: UK records new daily high of 1,820 deaths The total number of deaths within 28 days of a positive test during the pandemic is now 93,290.
● Brexit: 'My meat shipment is rotting in Rotterdam' Brexit border hold-ups mean customers are starting to go elsewhere says UK meat exporters group.
● Storm Christoph: Thousands of Manchester homes could be flooded Police say 3,000 properties in Didsbury, Northenden and Sale near the River Mersey could be affected.
● Premier League: West Brom v Fulham will be shown live on BBC The Premier League match between West Brom and Fulham will be shown live on the BBC on 30 January.
● West Brom v Fulham to be shown live on BBC The Premier League match between West Brom and Fulham will be shown live on the BBC on 30 January.
● Covid in Scotland: Peacetime excess deaths highest since 1891 Peacetime excess deaths for 2020 were the highest in Scotland since 1891, official figures show.
● Covid in Scotland: Peacetime excess deaths highest since 1891 There were 6,324 excess deaths last year, 11% higher than the five-year average, figures show.
● What is the Paris climate agreement and why is the US rejoining? One of US President Joe Biden's first acts in office will be to rejoin the global climate accord.
● Madrid explosion leaves two dead At least two people have died in a suspected gas blast that destroyed four floors of a building.
● Premier League approves trial of permanent concussion substitutes Premier League clubs approve the trial of permanent concussion substitutes, although it is not yet known when it will start.
● Premier League approves concussion subs trial Premier League clubs approve the trial of permanent concussion substitutes, although it is not yet known when it will start.
● Harlequins boss Gustard leaves 'by mutual consent' Harlequins announce head of rugby Paul Gustard has left the Premiership club by mutual consent.
● Paul Gustard: Harlequins head of rugby leaves role by mutual consent Harlequins announce head of rugby Paul Gustard has left the Premiership club by mutual consent.
● Jurgen Klopp: Liverpool form 'not perfect' but 'not a catastrophe' Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp describes his side's form as "not perfect" but also said it is "not a catastrophe".
● 'Not perfect but not a catastrophe' - Klopp calls for 'calm' amid poor run Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp describes his side's form as "not perfect" but also said it is "not a catastrophe".
● Covid-19: Military to assist NI hospitals in Covid-19 fight The health minister asks the Ministry of Defence to help out, primarily at a number of hospitals.
● Disability: 'The abuse used to be verbal, now it's physical' Attacked because of her disability, Andrea was left with a fractured skull and a perforated eardrum.
● Biden inauguration: New president to be sworn in amid Trump snub Joe Biden's inauguration as 46th US president will mark a new chapter from Donald Trump's legacy.
● Coronavirus: Majority of discretionary self-isolation support applications rejected, Labour say The majority of applications for the discretionary part of the test and trace grant are unsuccessful.
● How to home-school without a laptop or broadband What help is there if you're trying to home-school your children without devices or data?
● Djokovic letter about quarantine conditions written with 'good intentions' Novak Djokovic says his letter calling for better conditions for players self-isolating in Melbourne was written with "good intentions" and...
● Novak Djokovic says Australian Open letter written with 'good intentions' Novak Djokovic says his letter calling for better conditions for players self-isolating in Melbourne was written with "good intentions" and...
● 'Have a good life. We will see you soon,' says Trump Outgoing US President tells his supporters that "we will be back in some form".
● Covid in Wales: No 'significant easing' of rules expected Wales' health minister says the NHS remains under pressure despite Covid case rates reducing.
● Covid in Scotland: Nicola Sturgeon defends Scottish vaccine roll-out Opposition parties accuse the government of changing its target date for vaccinating the over-80s.
● Manchester attack: Prisoner in touch with bomber recalled to jail Convicted terrorism plotter Abdalraouf Abdallah was in touch with Salman Abedi before the 2017 attack.
● Joy Morgan: Murdered student 'may have been given drugs without knowing' The body of Joy Morgan was found two months after a man was convicted of her murder.
● Low-deposit mortgages return after Covid slump There has been a four-fold increase in mortgage products offering a 10% deposit.
● Trump departs on Marine One Donald Trump and his wife Melania depart on Marine One hours ahead of his successor Joe Biden's inauguration.