Easier access to your trusted, local news. Have a look at our brand new digital subscription packages!
A link has been emailed to you - check your inbox.
Home News National Archive
28 August 2020
Matt Hancock said nationwide restrictions cannot be ruled out if coronavirus cases spike in the winter.
Education Secretary Gavin Williamson said any changes to school attendance ‘will only ever be an absolute last resort’.
The tornado-like cloud forced lifeguards to clear the beach according to one tourist.
The spat over the chairmanship came ahead of the release of a much delayed report by the ISC on alleged Russian interference in UK politics.
Anneliese Dodds called for targeted extensions of the job retention scheme or people will face further ‘waves of unemployment’.
Permanent Secretary Leslie Evans has been invited to appear before the Holyrood committee inquiry on September 8 along with the Lord Advocate.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock said they were seeing the positive results of their local approach.
Oldham and Pendle are among the areas continuing to show a drop in numbers.
The decision came after local political leaders submitted their recommendations to the Government’s Joint Biosecurity Centre.
Police told staff at Holyrood there were plans to ‘disrupt access to legislatures across the UK’.
Coroner Joe McCrisken told a second preliminary hearing that he wanted to ‘set fact against fiction’ in response to speculation.
Scotland First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said she would not ‘intimidate people back to work’.
Dorset Police has released video of some of the examples of incidents caught on dashcams and submitted to the force as evidence of bad driving
Preparations are under way for the four casinos in Wales to open their doors for the first time since March on Saturday.
A flood and yellow weather warning for heavy rain has been issued over Friday evening.
The discovery in Lancashire is thought to be one of the biggest drugs seizures in the county.
Andrew Bailey told traders that the bank has more ammunition left and that major bond-buying drives are more effective following major crises.
Ronan Hughes, 40, of Co Armagh entered the plea on Friday at the Old Bailey.
Double Diamond was sold at the Scottish National Texel Sale.
Oliver said he is ’emotionally exhausted’ by the rule change, which requires travellers to self-isolate for 14 days.