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22/09/2020
Bbc news: 'Closing pubs at 10pm halves your takings'...
The hospitality industry warns the earlier closing time will have a 'devastating' impact. [Read more]
23/09/2020
The sun: Penelope Cruz stuns in an elegant pink dress for new Carpisa campaign...
SCREEN star Penelope Cruz bags herself a starring role in a new ad campaign. Penelope Cruz is a lady in pink as she poses in a dusky pink dress at a photoshoot. The Hollywood star, 46, was modelling f [Read more]
22/09/2020
Mirror: Twenty customers trapped inside pub surrounded by armed police after 'gunshots'...
Police were called to the streets near the Lair pub, Hull, this evening with armed officers telling people in the pub to stay away from the windows after reports of 'gunshots' [Read more]
22/09/2020
Sky news: Duchess of Cambridge praises mums offering support during pandemic...
The Duchess of Cambridge has praised mothers offering support to other parents during the pandemic, saying their efforts were so important for "emotional wellbeing". [Read more]
23/09/2020
Huffingtonpost: Why Boris Johnson Risks 'Too Little, Too Late' On Covid Again...
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22/09/2020
Evening standard: New stricter measures to curb spread of coronavirus do not go far enough, British Medical Association says...
Boris Johnson's latest measures aimed at curbing the spread of coronavirus do not go far enough for the nation to avoid a second peak, the British Medical Association has warned. [Read more]
22/09/2020
Rt: ‘Funny way to announce your resignation': Keir Starmer roasted online for saying Labour ‘deserved' to lo...
Labour Leader Keir Starmer's speech, in which he suggested his party deserved to lose the 2019 election under Jeremy Corbyn's leadership, has been ridiculed online as being self-defeatin [Read more]
22/09/2020
Dailymail: Summer is over! Temperatures are set to plummet as today's autumn equinox brings wind and rain...
The Autumn Equinox today will also see Britain's Indian Summer come to an end, temperatures are expected to reach highs of 78F, before rain, wind and even frost, move in later this week. [Read more]
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23/09/2020
City firms SocGen and Lloyd's of London also tell staff to stop coming into the office after new guidance. [Read more]
23/09/2020
Pubs will be forced to close early every night in a bid to tackle the rising rate of coronavirus. [Read more]
23/09/2020
Nicola Sturgeon says visiting other people's homes will no longer be allowed as part of efforts to slow the virus. [Read more]
23/09/2020
But Boris Johnson warns the nation further measures may be necessary if the new rules are not followed. [Read more]
23/09/2020
A STATE trooper got into a car crash and died hours after learning he was would lose his job over his handling of a black man who died in custody.  Louisiana Master Trooper Chris Hollingsworth was involved in a single-vehicle accident early Monday on Interstate 20 near Monroe and hospitalized before being pronounced dead on […] [Read more]
23/09/2020
A VACUUM-mad boy of eight has more than 100 customers after starting a repair business at home. Ollie Grundy changes belts, fixes blockages and cleans bags for £3 a pop at the kitchen table. He has already amassed a backlog of more than 50 orders for his work from customers across the UK. He has […] [Read more]
23/09/2020
JULIAN Assange suffers from hallucinations that include voices telling him “we're coming to get you', a psychiatrist says. Prof Michael Kopelman told an extradition court the WikiLeaks founder was at a “high risk' of suicide, having made preparations including confessing to a priest. Assange, 49, is fighting extradition to the US, whe [Read more]
23/09/2020
CNN anchor Don Lemon believes the electoral college should be scrapped to get Americans a voice in who is elected president and sits on the Supreme Court. Lemon said Americans need to “blow up the entire system,” and that if Joe Biden wins the 2020 election – Democrats can “stack the courts” to do so. [… [Read more]
23/09/2020
The Boris Johnson on TV last night was stripped of the authority he exuded at the start of this health and economic crisis [Read more]
23/09/2020
Despite being used as a model for nationwide lockdown restrictions including pub curfews, Bolton's coronavirus infection rates have spiked over 200 per 100,000 people again [Read more]
23/09/2020
New rules will come into force from January 1 2021 on data roaming and EU travel [Read more]
23/09/2020
Previous evidence had raised fears that the excitement from having sex could trigger a repeat heart attack but new research claims it can boost survival chances [Read more]
23/09/2020
Another 4,926 people have tested positive for coronavirus in the UK - the highest daily figure since 7 May. [Read more]
23/09/2020
When I asked a senior minister who knows Boris Johnson well last week how he approaches COVID-19, they told me the prime minister takes a "safety-first" approach. [Read more]
23/09/2020
People in Scotland have been banned from visiting other households indoors, in tough new restrictions that go further than those announced for England. [Read more]
23/09/2020
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has urged Britons to "summon the discipline and the resolve" to avoid a second national lockdown after warning there have been "too many breaches" of coronavirus rules. [Read more]
23/09/2020
Andrew Roussos said the right measures should have been in place after 911 and 77. [Read more]
23/09/2020
Police have reportedly told punters to stay away from the windows. [Read more]
23/09/2020
Emergency services were alerted to an incident in Wythenshawe this evening. [Read more]
23/09/2020
div class"content-list-component text"One in five people could be walking around with ‘silent' Covid-19, a study published in the journal Thorax suggests, leading researchers to suggest these people may act as an important driver of viral spread in the community.p dir"ltr"Lead author Professor Sung-Han Kim, from the Department of In [Read more]
23/09/2020
div class"content-list-component text" is a step closer to being classified as a hate crime, the Law Commission has said. A new consultation by the body, which is responsible for reviewing laws, will look at whether those who abuse women due to their gender should face tougher sentences.As it stands, gender is not a protected charact [Read more]
23/09/2020
div class"content-list-component text"An advert for a car leasing company has been banned by the UK's advertising watchdog for being socially irresponsible and “likely to cause serious offence” on the grounds of race.The advert, which appears in the form of a Facebook post, was shared by car leasing company LingsCars.com on Ju [Read more]
23/09/2020
div class"content-list-component text"The long-awaited NHS contact-tracing app is set to be released on Thursday but “major questions” about its effectiveness remain unanswered, a charity has warned.The Health Foundation said results from the NHS Covid-19 app's trial run had been “notably absent”, adding failure to [Read more]
23/09/2020
Pubs, cafes, restaurants and casinos in Wales must operate as table service only and close from 10pm, First Minister Mark Drakeford has announced. [Read more]
23/09/2020
Britain's failure to reach an agreement with the EU in post-Brexit trade talks could hit the economy three times harder than coronavirus, a think tank has warned. [Read more]
23/09/2020
A murder prone has been launched after a man was stabbed to death in a "particularly violent" attack near Manchester. [Read more]
23/09/2020
Most people with coronavirus have symptoms but asymptomatic cases may make up around 20 per cent of infections, a new study suggests. [Read more]
23/09/2020
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has ordered all pubs and bars to be closed by 10pm and introduced stricter social distancing rules. He said urgent action is needed to avoid a second wave of Covid-19. br [Read more]
23/09/2020
Britain is making it more difficult to reach a basic trade deal by introducing legislation that undermines its withdrawal treaty with the European Union, Irish Foreign Minister Simon Coveney said on Tuesday. br [Read more]
23/09/2020
In a pronouncement that will send chills down the spines of UK residents, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has suggested that newly-introduced coronavirus restrictions could be in place for six months. br [Read more]
23/09/2020
UK satire show Spitting Image has been savaged online after unveiling a puppet of teen climate crusader Greta Thunberg that some claim mocked her autism. With no episodes of the show yet released, others questioned the outrage. br [Read more]
23/09/2020
HENRY DEEDES: A graph of coloured squiggles showed how the current infection rate was set to double every seven days. By mid-October, we were on course for 50,000 new cases a day [Read more]
23/09/2020
Boris Johnson apologetically took a hammer to Britons' social lives today as he reintroduced lockdown measures in England to see off a second wave of coronavirus. [Read more]
23/09/2020
The Prime Minister today announced in the House of Commons that facemasks will be made mandatory for staff and customers unless they are seated. [Read more]
23/09/2020
Data from the Office for National Statistics chimes with death counts from the UK's Department of Health which show the trend has risen from an average of 7 daily deaths to 22 in a fortnight. [Read more]