Following the violent invasion of Capital Hill in the US, President Donald Trump's opponents in the two houses of Congress have called for him to be removed from office. Democrat Senator Chuck Schumer said Mr Trump should be removed immediately. If he is not, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said he could be impeached. Four people died during the riot, and 68 have now been arrested. The PM said the coronavirus vaccine roll-out is a national challenge requiring an unprecedented effort, involving the armed forces. Mr Johnson confirmed almost 1.5 million people in the UK have now received at least one dose of a Covid vaccine. He added that more than 1,000 GP-led sites in England would be able to offer a total of "hundreds of thousands" of jabs each day by 15 January. The Army would use "battle preparation techniques" to help achieve that goal. Finally, two more life-saving drugs have been found that can cut deaths by a quarter in patients who are sickest with Covid. The anti-inflammatory medications, given via a drip, save an extra life for every 12 treated, said researchers who have carried out a trial in NHS intensive care units. They added supplies are already available across the UK so they can be used immediately to save hundreds of lives. There are over 30,000 Covid patients in UK hospitals - 39 per cent more than in April. The UK government is working closely with the manufacturer, to ensure the drugs - tocilizumab and sarilumab - continue to be available to UK patients.