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Almost half of Britons want Harry and Meghan to lose titles, says survey

Almost half of Britons want Harry and Meghan to lose titles, says survey

Almost half of Britons want Harry and Meghan to lose titles, says survey

29 September 2020

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have begun a new life in California.


Boris Johnson pledges to keep natural world at ‘top of global agenda’

Boris Johnson pledges to keep natural world at ‘top of global agenda’

Boris Johnson pledges to keep natural world at ‘top of global agenda’

29 September 2020

The Prime Minister, in an address to the UN biodiversity summit, will say he will use the UK’s presidency of the G7 to champion biodiversity.


Manchester Arena attack plotters still ‘at large’, inquiry told

Manchester Arena attack plotters still ‘at large’, inquiry told

Manchester Arena attack plotters still ‘at large’, inquiry told

29 September 2020

Salman and Hashem Abedi must have had help, it was alleged.


Concerns about controversial Brexit bill dismissed as ‘mythmaking’ and ‘stories’

Concerns about controversial Brexit bill dismissed as ‘mythmaking’ and ‘stories’

Concerns about controversial Brexit bill dismissed as ‘mythmaking’ and ‘stories’

29 September 2020

Michael Gove indicated the UK Government would press ahead with the Internal Market Bill, even if Holyrood refuses legislative consent for it.


Grenfell cladder accused of ‘lack of respect’ for safety denies wrongdoing

Grenfell cladder accused of ‘lack of respect’ for safety denies wrongdoing

Grenfell cladder accused of ‘lack of respect’ for safety denies wrongdoing

29 September 2020

Evidence to the inquiry has revealed tense relations between residents and contractors.


Gary Lineker questions whether BBC will have power to remove staff from Twitter

Gary Lineker questions whether BBC will have power to remove staff from Twitter

Gary Lineker questions whether BBC will have power to remove staff from Twitter

29 September 2020

The Match Of The Day host recently took a pay cut from the BBC.


Key worker forced to take 100-mile round trip including ferry for Covid-19 test

Key worker forced to take 100-mile round trip including ferry for Covid-19 test

Key worker forced to take 100-mile round trip including ferry for Covid-19 test

29 September 2020

The NHS Covid-19 app has been sending mainland residents to the Isle of Wight while sending islanders on the opposite journey.


Mental health experts call for restrictions on image-editing apps

Mental health experts call for restrictions on image-editing apps

Mental health experts call for restrictions on image-editing apps

29 September 2020

The group says it has concerns over the impact of such apps on the mental and physical health of young people.


High Court row over software used in Covid-19 testing laboratories settled

High Court row over software used in Covid-19 testing laboratories settled

High Court row over software used in Covid-19 testing laboratories settled

29 September 2020

Firms behind ‘Lighthouse labs’, and Health Secretary Matt Hancock, were sued by a company which uses artificial intelligence to ‘automate’ tests.


Number of state secondary schools ‘not fully open’ rises, data suggests

Number of state secondary schools ‘not fully open’ rises, data suggests

Number of state secondary schools ‘not fully open’ rises, data suggests

29 September 2020

The amount of state-funded secondary schools that are fully open has dropped 8% in a week, according to DfE statistics.


‘Good evidence’ Covid-19 may be spreading in pubs and restaurants – expert

‘Good evidence’ Covid-19 may be spreading in pubs and restaurants – expert

‘Good evidence’ Covid-19 may be spreading in pubs and restaurants – expert

29 September 2020

The start of the chain of transmission is often from an indoor crowded setting such as a pub, a researcher has said.


Welsh First Minister asks PM to urgently consider travel restrictions in England

Welsh First Minister asks PM to urgently consider travel restrictions in England

Welsh First Minister asks PM to urgently consider travel restrictions in England

29 September 2020

Mark Drakeford wrote to Boris Johnson about the issue.


Latest weekly Covid-19 rates for local authority areas in England

Latest weekly Covid-19 rates for local authority areas in England

Latest weekly Covid-19 rates for local authority areas in England

29 September 2020

Burnley currently has the highest rate in England, followed by Knowsley and Liverpool.


Parrots separated at Lincolnshire zoo after learning to swear

Parrots separated at Lincolnshire zoo after learning to swear

Parrots separated at Lincolnshire zoo after learning to swear

29 September 2020

Five African grey parrots at Lincolnshire Wildlife Centre were separated after ‘setting each other off’ with bad language.


Boris Johnson apologises for local lockdown confusion

Boris Johnson apologises for local lockdown confusion

Boris Johnson apologises for local lockdown confusion

29 September 2020

The Prime Minister said he ‘misspoke’ when asked about the measures coming into effect in the North East on Wednesday.


Council leaders ‘frustrated’ by Government’s handling of new restrictions

Council leaders ‘frustrated’ by Government’s handling of new restrictions

Council leaders ‘frustrated’ by Government’s handling of new restrictions

29 September 2020

Leaders were still asking for clarity over the new rules for North East England hours before they were due to come into effect at midnight.


Older people suffered poor mental health over worries about food while shielding

Older people suffered poor mental health over worries about food while shielding

Older people suffered poor mental health over worries about food while shielding

29 September 2020

Research shows depression and anxiety were twice as common among older people who were shielding.


First Minister accused of ‘disregarding democracy’ by Welsh Conservatives

First Minister accused of ‘disregarding democracy’ by Welsh Conservatives

First Minister accused of ‘disregarding democracy’ by Welsh Conservatives

29 September 2020

Mark Drakeford answered questions from MSs on Tuesday via a videolink from his office less than three miles from the Welsh Parliament.


Channel migrant crossings ‘far from being a crisis’ – UN officials

Channel migrant crossings ‘far from being a crisis’ – UN officials

Channel migrant crossings ‘far from being a crisis’ – UN officials

29 September 2020

The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees will address a committee of MPs.


Equality law gaps ‘leading to unnecessary religious discrimination’

Equality law gaps ‘leading to unnecessary religious discrimination’

Equality law gaps ‘leading to unnecessary religious discrimination’

29 September 2020

Discrimination against the non-religious and religious minorities remains lawful across much of Britain, the National Secular Society said.


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