The government has now secured enough coronavirus vaccine to give 5 doses to every person in the country.
A low-cost, widely used anti-inflammatory drug improved survival in patients with Covid-19, the first treatment to show life-saving promise months into the pandemic.
Professor Peter Horby, Professor of Emerging Infectious Diseases and Global Health, has said that dexamethasone is the 'only drug shown to reduce mortality'.
Around 90% of experimental vaccines never reach the clinic because of problems in development or manufacture.
Babies and mothers died during major failings at a hospital trust, in what is likely to be the worst ever NHS maternity scandal.
Drug giants could quit the UK unless the NHS gets more funding.