Who we areSociety newsFind out how to join2020 ProgrammeOur visitsNewsletterAnnual Shows 2020
www.milfordhortsociety.org.uk
Inter-Village Competitions 2020
BBC Local Weather
BBC UK News
RHS Growing Together Competition
BBC UK News

BBC News - UK

BBC News - UK

BBC News - UK

1 - Banks propose 'student loans style' scheme to avert job losses
2 - Jobless figures 'not showing full extent of crisis'
3 - Russia report: New intelligence committee chair loses Tory whip
4 - IOPC to probe Suffolk Police after black couple quizzed
5 - Blackburn facing 'rising tide' of coronavirus cases
6 - PM suggests York as Parliament's temporary home
7 - Edward Enninful: British Vogue editor 'racially profiled' at work
8 - Ministers unveil post-Brexit powers for UK nations
9 - UK electrical waste mountain growing
10 - Sunken chest syndrome: NHS U-turn call for 'depressed' patients
11 - Johnny Depp and Amber Heard: Couple rowed 'like schoolchildren', says ex-employee
12 - Paula Tilbrook: Emmerdale actress dies at 89
13 - Coronavirus: 'My once-in-lifetime holiday hasn't been refunded'
14 - Coronavirus: A user's guide to wearing a face mask to the shops
15 - Coronavirus: Restaurant no-shows 'putting jobs at risk'
16 - Coronavirus: What are the UK's travel rules and which countries can you visit?
17 - OnlyFans: 'I started selling sexy photos online after losing my job'
18 - Coronavirus: Where can I now go on holiday in the UK?
19 - Coronavirus cure: What progress are we making on treatments?
20 - 'Thermographic scans gave my son false hope'
21 - Vitiligo: The shame and stigma in South Asian communities
22 - Huawei: What does the ban mean for you?
23 - How updating Dolly Parton's Jolene helped Raye find her voice
24 - Rochdale grooming: 'Why did I get a criminal record when I was a victim?'
25 - Wycombe Wanderers promotion: 'You can feel it in the town'
26 - Bailiff fears as councils chase unpaid tax debts
27 - 'You can't close the Scottish border - we live on both sides'
28 - Coronavirus: Seven tips for job hunters
29 - David LaChapelle's London shopfront exhibition opens
30 - The Queen’s video call with members of the British armed forces
31 - Coronavirus: Minister says new mask rules do not apply to offices
32 - Grenfell: 'Cladding more stressful' than cancer diagnosis
33 - Rouaa’s story: From Syrian refugee to UK schoolgirl
34 - The Papers: Coronavirus vaccine hopes and 'mask madness'
35 - Coronavirus: Herefordshire farm cases rise to 93
36 - Coronavirus in Scotland: Farm workers traced after Covid-19 outbreak
37 - Lyra McKee: 27-year-old man charged in Londonderry
38 - Imposing post-Brexit trade rules on Wales 'deeply damaging'
39 - Coronavirus: Call to infect volunteers in Covid-19 vaccine hunt
1 - Banks propose 'student loans style' scheme to avert job losses

UK banks fear 800,000 firms could go bust if they are unable to defer payments on coronavirus loans.

7/16/2020 12:48:41 AM

2 - Jobless figures 'not showing full extent of crisis'

Unemployment increased by 34,000 in April to reach 1.3 million, according to official data.

7/16/2020 2:44:26 AM

3 - Russia report: New intelligence committee chair loses Tory whip

Tory MP Julian Lewis beats Chris Grayling to win the position, but loses his place in the parliamentary party.

7/16/2020 2:33:12 AM

4 - IOPC to probe Suffolk Police after black couple quizzed

Ingrid Antoine-Onikoyi was accused of "jumping on the bandwagon" when she complained to officers.

7/16/2020 2:11:49 AM

5 - Blackburn facing 'rising tide' of coronavirus cases

A health boss says the majority of new cases in the area are in the south Asian community.

7/15/2020 1:35:15 PM

6 - PM suggests York as Parliament's temporary home

MPs and peers may need to move while the Palace of Westminster undergoes restoration works.

7/16/2020 3:51:49 AM

7 - Edward Enninful: British Vogue editor 'racially profiled' at work

Edward Enninful says he was racially profiled after being told to "use the loading bay" at his offices.

7/16/2020 1:06:42 AM

8 - Ministers unveil post-Brexit powers for UK nations

The proposals threaten to "strip power" from the Scottish Parliament, the SNP says.

7/15/2020 10:30:15 PM

9 - UK electrical waste mountain growing

Households and businesses in the UK are producing 1.45 million tonnes of electrical waste a year.

7/16/2020 1:25:50 AM

10 - Sunken chest syndrome: NHS U-turn call for 'depressed' patients

A patient who says she had no confidence for years joins surgeons to call for surgery to resume.

7/16/2020 2:00:59 AM

11 - Johnny Depp and Amber Heard: Couple rowed 'like schoolchildren', says ex-employee

A former employee tells a libel case that the couple's arguments escalated from "banal beginnings".

7/15/2020 8:14:41 PM

12 - Paula Tilbrook: Emmerdale actress dies at 89

The actress played the sherry-loving gossip Betty Eagleton for 21 years in the ITV soap.

7/15/2020 4:26:17 PM

13 - Coronavirus: 'My once-in-lifetime holiday hasn't been refunded'

A couple tell of their holiday refund "panic" as consumer group Which? calls for action from regulators.

7/16/2020 12:33:58 AM

14 - Coronavirus: A user's guide to wearing a face mask to the shops

From stopping your glasses fogging up to washing techniques, here's what you need to know.

7/15/2020 1:28:09 AM

15 - Coronavirus: Restaurant no-shows 'putting jobs at risk'

TV chef Paul Ainsworth says 27 people failed to turn up for their booking at his pub on one day.

7/15/2020 3:57:17 PM

16 - Coronavirus: What are the UK's travel rules and which countries can you visit?

New agreements mean people entering the UK from certain countries will not have to quarantine.

7/15/2020 12:57:19 PM

17 - OnlyFans: 'I started selling sexy photos online after losing my job'

The number of people signing up to sell adult content online has spiked during coronavirus.

7/15/2020 12:26:44 AM

18 - Coronavirus: Where can I now go on holiday in the UK?

Where can I go and what can do on a holiday in the UK?

7/15/2020 2:40:25 PM

19 - Coronavirus cure: What progress are we making on treatments?

Teams around the world are looking into medicines for Covid-19 and scientists are starting to discover what works.

7/8/2020 10:33:19 AM

20 - 'Thermographic scans gave my son false hope'

The family of a young musician who relied on the scans says they didn't warn that his cancer had spread.

7/15/2020 12:48:18 AM

21 - Vitiligo: The shame and stigma in South Asian communities

British Asians speak out about the myths, misconceptions and growing up with vitiligo.

7/15/2020 2:58:56 AM

22 - Huawei: What does the ban mean for you?

Restrictions on use of Huawei's kit are set to slow down the rollout of 5G and perhaps broadband too.

7/14/2020 5:04:55 PM

23 - How updating Dolly Parton's Jolene helped Raye find her voice

"I feel I've stumbled on a sound," says Raye, whose new single is a modern retelling of Jolene.

7/15/2020 12:46:24 AM

24 - Rochdale grooming: 'Why did I get a criminal record when I was a victim?'

A victim of Rochdale grooming gangs says a criminal record has destroyed her hopes of a career.

7/14/2020 2:11:08 PM

25 - Wycombe Wanderers promotion: 'You can feel it in the town'

High Wycombe residents hope their football team's play-off success helps the town off the pitch.

7/14/2020 2:46:38 PM

26 - Bailiff fears as councils chase unpaid tax debts

Like thousands of people in council tax debt, Penelope Dudley fears the bailiffs who will soon restart work.

7/14/2020 12:03:02 AM

27 - 'You can't close the Scottish border - we live on both sides'

People who live on the Scottish border say talk of closing the border with England is causing concern.

7/14/2020 12:07:09 AM

28 - Coronavirus: Seven tips for job hunters

As coronavirus puts huge strain on the jobs market, four experts offer advice for finding work.

7/16/2020 12:34:09 AM

29 - David LaChapelle's London shopfront exhibition opens

The photographer's work returns to London on a massive scale.

7/15/2020 12:02:21 AM

30 - The Queen’s video call with members of the British armed forces

The Queen speaks to members of the British armed forces about the work that continues at home and overseas.

7/14/2020 10:06:56 PM

31 - Coronavirus: Minister says new mask rules do not apply to offices

There are no plans to make face coverings mandatory for office workers in England, the health minister says.

7/15/2020 10:50:08 AM

32 - Grenfell: 'Cladding more stressful' than cancer diagnosis

Laura Pearce lives in an apartment that is covered in combustible cladding. It was deemed so unsafe that it must have a 24-hour waking watch.

7/15/2020 10:05:04 AM

33 - Rouaa’s story: From Syrian refugee to UK schoolgirl

The BBC's Caroline Hawley follows Syrian refugee Rouaa to her new home, four years after first meeting her in Lebanon.

7/13/2020 10:45:59 PM

34 - The Papers: Coronavirus vaccine hopes and 'mask madness'

Hopes of a Covid-19 vaccine lead many of the papers while the debate on face masks continues.

7/16/2020 12:09:35 AM

35 - Coronavirus: Herefordshire farm cases rise to 93

Health officials are attempting to trace dozens of farm workers who came to the UK together.

7/15/2020 8:18:01 PM

36 - Coronavirus in Scotland: Farm workers traced after Covid-19 outbreak

The group of 63 labourers working in Scotland were on the same flight as people who travelled to a coronavirus-hit farm in England.

7/15/2020 10:04:06 PM

37 - Lyra McKee: 27-year-old man charged in Londonderry

The 27-year-old man was charged with possession of a firearm with intent to endanger life.

7/15/2020 11:40:33 PM

38 - Imposing post-Brexit trade rules on Wales 'deeply damaging'

The Welsh Government says UK ministers must get four-nation consent for post-Brexit arrangements.

7/16/2020 12:16:43 AM

39 - Coronavirus: Call to infect volunteers in Covid-19 vaccine hunt

Prominent scientists call for so-called "challenge trials" to accelerate vaccine development.

7/16/2020 4:16:27 AM

 

 

 









 


Who we areSociety newsFind out how to join2020 ProgrammeOur visitsNewsletterAnnual Shows 2020