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1 - Covid-19: Gyms and all shops to open after England lockdown
2 - Covid rules 'disregarded' as Swale becomes second worst-hit area
3 - Two Covid tests for students in England before quick Christmas exit
4 - Fans at sporting events: Maximum of 4,000 to be allowed in England
5 - Covid-19: Oxford University vaccine is highly effective
6 - Shamima Begum: Return to UK 'a security risk'
7 - Lake District rescue: Second-date couple in mountain fall
8 - Major Lindsay's widow 'upset' after The Crown includes ski tragedy
9 - Covid pub rules 'killing Christmas not saving it'
10 - Essex lorry deaths: Driver 'told load was cigarettes not people'
11 - Banksy: Bike from hula-hooping girl 'removed for safekeeping'
12 - Covid-19: Tougher tier rules when England lockdown ends
13 - Covid-19: Daily coronavirus test plan to cut contacts' 14-day self-isolation
14 - Climate change: Covid pandemic has little impact on rise in CO2
15 - Prof Sarah Gilbert: The woman who designed the Oxford vaccine
16 - Oxford vaccine: How did they make it so quickly?
17 - Covid: The new lockdown rules for England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland
18 - Conjoined twins: 'We always knew we were different'
19 - Michael McIntyre: 'I'm used to viewers being cynical'
20 - Shooting The Darkness: Capturing the violence of the Troubles
21 - Four reasons Topshop is not the brand it once was
22 - Great Strike trail marks 120 years since quarry dispute
23 - Welsh estate with same family for 600 years up for sale
24 - Post-Covid planning: The committee aiming to protect us from disaster
25 - Matt Hancock: 'Christmas won't be normal this year'
26 - Cold Classrooms: Are you wearing a coat during lessons?
27 - Shamima Begum: Justice and the jihadi bride
28 - John Boyega stars in Steve McQueen's latest Small Axe film: Red, White and Blue
29 - Covid: What is the Oxford vaccine and how does it work?
30 - Lea Volpe: 'Why are you calling me inspirational?'
31 - Jonathan Maertens: Man who raped girls jailed
32 - Covid in Scotland: Relaxing of rules 'not expected' at Hogmanay
33 - Coronavirus: NI ministers agree lockdown financial support
34 - Tighter Covid restrictions in Wales before Christmas considered
35 - Cornwall cooker deaths: 'Serious failings' by Beko
1 - Covid-19: Gyms and all shops to open after England lockdown

England will return to a regional approach from 2 December but the tiers will be "tougher", the PM says.

11/23/2020 7:04:59 PM

2 - Covid rules 'disregarded' as Swale becomes second worst-hit area

The Swale district of Kent now has the second highest coronavirus infection rate in England.

11/23/2020 6:34:35 PM

3 - Two Covid tests for students in England before quick Christmas exit

For Christmas break, students will leave university within 24 hours of two negative Covid tests.

11/23/2020 4:58:10 PM

4 - Fans at sporting events: Maximum of 4,000 to be allowed in England

Up to 4,000 fans will be allowed at outdoor events in the lowest-risk areas when the four-week national lockdown in England ends.

11/23/2020 7:23:48 PM

5 - Covid-19: Oxford University vaccine is highly effective

The vaccine is cheaper than other options and easier to distribute around the world.

11/23/2020 11:12:10 AM

6 - Shamima Begum: Return to UK 'a security risk'

Woman who joined the Islamic State group in Syria is challenging the loss of her British citizenship.

11/23/2020 2:34:00 PM

7 - Lake District rescue: Second-date couple in mountain fall

As the couple made their descent due to poor conditions, the man slipped and fell 60m (196ft).

11/23/2020 3:53:21 PM

8 - Major Lindsay's widow 'upset' after The Crown includes ski tragedy

Sarah Horsley's husband Major Lindsay died in an avalanche while skiing with Prince Charles in 1988.

11/23/2020 11:46:21 AM

9 - Covid pub rules 'killing Christmas not saving it'

England's hospitality sector warns post-lockdown restrictions risk putting firms out of business.

11/23/2020 4:58:50 PM

10 - Essex lorry deaths: Driver 'told load was cigarettes not people'

Christopher Kennedy denies being part of a people-smuggling plot linked to the deaths of 39 migrants.

11/23/2020 4:14:44 PM

11 - Banksy: Bike from hula-hooping girl 'removed for safekeeping'

The bike vanished from its position outside a beauty parlour in Nottingham over the weekend.

11/23/2020 3:27:58 PM

12 - Covid-19: Tougher tier rules when England lockdown ends

Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Monday evening.

11/23/2020 5:10:48 PM

13 - Covid-19: Daily coronavirus test plan to cut contacts' 14-day self-isolation

Contacts of people with the virus will not need to quarantine if they test negative, the government says.

11/23/2020 5:15:47 PM

14 - Climate change: Covid pandemic has little impact on rise in CO2

Despite the global lockdowns, overall greenhouse gas concentrations have continued to rise.

11/23/2020 3:29:34 PM

15 - Prof Sarah Gilbert: The woman who designed the Oxford vaccine

Prof Sarah Gilbert got to work quickly on a coronavirus vaccine in January after decades of research.

11/23/2020 5:38:12 PM

16 - Oxford vaccine: How did they make it so quickly?

Good fortune and scientific brilliance were behind the Covid-19 vaccine being developed so quickly.

11/23/2020 10:59:19 AM

17 - Covid: The new lockdown rules for England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland

England will move to a tougher version of tiered coronavirus restrictions when lockdown ends next week.

11/23/2020 6:03:47 PM

18 - Conjoined twins: 'We always knew we were different'

They made headlines when surgeons separated them - now Sanchia and Eman Mowatt are at university.

11/23/2020 1:22:09 AM

19 - Michael McIntyre: 'I'm used to viewers being cynical'

The comedian says many viewers don't believe the features on his Big Show are genuine.

11/23/2020 1:31:36 AM

20 - Shooting The Darkness: Capturing the violence of the Troubles

A new film shares the stories of photographers who captured the iconic imagery of the Troubles.

11/22/2020 6:49:36 AM

21 - Four reasons Topshop is not the brand it once was

The chain's parent company is understood to be seeking emergency funding after being hit hard by coronavirus lockdowns.

11/22/2020 12:51:38 AM

22 - Great Strike trail marks 120 years since quarry dispute

It was one of the world's largest slate quarries, and home to one of Britain's longest strikes.

11/22/2020 1:55:51 AM

23 - Welsh estate with same family for 600 years up for sale

The £2m "Blessed Parish" has been in the same family since at least the 13th Century - until now.

11/21/2020 11:54:32 AM

24 - Post-Covid planning: The committee aiming to protect us from disaster

Amazon, the NHS and the National Grid are among those studying "future shocks" in a post-Covid world.

11/20/2020 3:38:18 PM

25 - Matt Hancock: 'Christmas won't be normal this year'

The health secretary says devolved nations will have to agree on an approach to help keep people safe.

11/23/2020 8:55:38 AM

26 - Cold Classrooms: Are you wearing a coat during lessons?

Schools are being advised to make sure classrooms are "well ventilated" to limit the spread of coronavirus.

11/23/2020 9:18:45 AM

27 - Shamima Begum: Justice and the jihadi bride

Why this case - which returns to court today - is bigger than the fate of one teenage runaway.

11/23/2020 12:02:03 AM

28 - John Boyega stars in Steve McQueen's latest Small Axe film: Red, White and Blue

Life imitates art for John Boyega as he plays a police officer fighting racism, in the same year he took centre stage at the Black Lives Matters protest.

11/23/2020 12:03:02 AM

29 - Covid: What is the Oxford vaccine and how does it work?

Why news on this vaccine is particularly important for people living in the UK.

11/23/2020 1:54:52 PM

30 - Lea Volpe: 'Why are you calling me inspirational?'

Paraclimbing medalist Leanora Volpe doesn't like to be defined solely as a disabled athlete.

11/23/2020 12:01:23 AM

31 - Jonathan Maertens: Man who raped girls jailed

Jonathan Maertens, from the Isle of Wight, filmed his attacks on an eyewear camera.

11/23/2020 4:45:44 PM

32 - Covid in Scotland: Relaxing of rules 'not expected' at Hogmanay

Nicola Sturgeon says there could be a "careful" easing at Christmas - but does not expect a relaxation at new year.

11/23/2020 6:44:03 PM

33 - Coronavirus: NI ministers agree lockdown financial support

The multi-million pound package will include a high street voucher plan and funds for drink-only pubs.

11/23/2020 6:47:54 PM

34 - Tighter Covid restrictions in Wales before Christmas considered

Health minister says changes to Covid-19 rules could bring Wales in line with other parts of the UK.

11/23/2020 5:21:52 PM

35 - Cornwall cooker deaths: 'Serious failings' by Beko

A coroner has concluded five people died accidently while using defective gas cookers.

11/23/2020 2:21:18 PM

 

 

 









 


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