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GPs start to deliver Covid-19 jabs

GPs start to deliver Covid-19 jabs

GPs start to deliver Covid-19 jabs

06 January 2021

Family doctors are the next phase of the vaccine rollout plan.


O2 joins Government free mobile data scheme for schoolchildren in lockdown

O2 joins Government free mobile data scheme for schoolchildren in lockdown

O2 joins Government free mobile data scheme for schoolchildren in lockdown

06 January 2021

The network operator said it would provide 40GB of free data a month to students who need it.


Decision to allow parents to report schools over remote lessons provokes fury

Decision to allow parents to report schools over remote lessons provokes fury

Decision to allow parents to report schools over remote lessons provokes fury

06 January 2021

School leaders’ union NAHT has called the threat of Ofsted as ‘nothing short of disgraceful’.


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

06 January 2021

The Isle of Wight has seen the biggest week-on-week increase in rates, followed by Halton and Carlisle.


Actress who married prisoner Charles Bronson died of ‘drug toxicity’ – Coroner

Actress who married prisoner Charles Bronson died of ‘drug toxicity’ – Coroner

Actress who married prisoner Charles Bronson died of ‘drug toxicity’ – Coroner

06 January 2021

Paula Williamson had said she was in the process of having her marriage to the notorious inmate annulled.


Earl Spencer’s former employee complains to police over false documents

Earl Spencer’s former employee complains to police over false documents

Earl Spencer’s former employee complains to police over false documents

06 January 2021

Diana, Princes of Wales’ Panorama interview sent shockwaves through the monarchy.


Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party changes name to Reform UK

Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party changes name to Reform UK

Nigel Farage’s Brexit Party changes name to Reform UK

06 January 2021

The party will broaden its agenda to call for a different approach to the coronavirus crisis, as well as reform to the economy.


The NHS and care workers who have died during the coronavirus pandemic

The NHS and care workers who have died during the coronavirus pandemic

The NHS and care workers who have died during the coronavirus pandemic

06 January 2021

The figure is likely to be lower than the true number of workers who have died.


GCSEs and A-levels cancelled in Northern Ireland

GCSEs and A-levels cancelled in Northern Ireland

GCSEs and A-levels cancelled in Northern Ireland

06 January 2021

Schools have been closed down as part of strict measures designed to stem a rising tide of coronavirus cases entering hospital.


More than 5,000 UK Covid-19 deaths from Christmas Eve to New Year’s Day

More than 5,000 UK Covid-19 deaths from Christmas Eve to New Year’s Day

More than 5,000 UK Covid-19 deaths from Christmas Eve to New Year’s Day

06 January 2021

Some 600 deaths took place on December 28 – the highest daily total since April.


Vaccinate at-risk health and care workers in two weeks – union

Vaccinate at-risk health and care workers in two weeks – union

Vaccinate at-risk health and care workers in two weeks – union

06 January 2021

All health workers should have their jab by the end of January, the British Medical Association said.


New British Army recruitment campaign celebrates power of learning from failure

New British Army recruitment campaign celebrates power of learning from failure

New British Army recruitment campaign celebrates power of learning from failure

06 January 2021

The ‘Fail. Learn. Win’ campaign was informed by research suggesting 81% of young people do not achieve their goals ‘because of fear of failure’.


BBC’s new chairman Richard Sharp says broadcaster is at heart of British culture

BBC’s new chairman Richard Sharp says broadcaster is at heart of British culture

BBC’s new chairman Richard Sharp says broadcaster is at heart of British culture

06 January 2021

He succeeds Sir David Clementi in the role.


UK records highest daily Covid-19 death toll since April

UK records highest daily Covid-19 death toll since April

UK records highest daily Covid-19 death toll since April

06 January 2021

The Government also confirmed 62,322 cases of coronavirus in the UK, the highest daily total reported in the pandemic so far.


Dozens arrested near Parliament following anti-lockdown protest

Dozens arrested near Parliament following anti-lockdown protest

Dozens arrested near Parliament following anti-lockdown protest

06 January 2021

A Metropolitan Police statement confirmed 21 arrests were made in Parliament Square after the demonstration began on Wednesday afternoon.


EU demands on future regulation ‘problematic’ says Bank of England governor

EU demands on future regulation ‘problematic’ says Bank of England governor

EU demands on future regulation ‘problematic’ says Bank of England governor

06 January 2021

The UK’s trade deal with the European Union does not cover financial services.


Worried Btec students call on Government to reverse ‘absurd’ exam decision

Worried Btec students call on Government to reverse ‘absurd’ exam decision

Worried Btec students call on Government to reverse ‘absurd’ exam decision

06 January 2021

While GCSEs, AS and A levels in the summer have been cancelled, some Btec exams this month are still going ahead.


Matt Hancock under pressure to give MPs final say over lifting of lockdown

Matt Hancock under pressure to give MPs final say over lifting of lockdown

Matt Hancock under pressure to give MPs final say over lifting of lockdown

06 January 2021

The Health Secretary faced pleas from Conservative backbenchers to outline the road map to ease restrictions across England.


Isle of Wight Festival boss: Use ‘army’ of arts workers to aid vaccine rollout

Isle of Wight Festival boss: Use ‘army’ of arts workers to aid vaccine rollout

Isle of Wight Festival boss: Use ‘army’ of arts workers to aid vaccine rollout

06 January 2021

John Giddings said he was ‘petrified’ the vaccine wouldn’t be rolled out quickly enough for the popular festival to go ahead in June.


Johnson warns easing of lockdown will be gradual rather than a ‘big bang’

Johnson warns easing of lockdown will be gradual rather than a ‘big bang’

Johnson warns easing of lockdown will be gradual rather than a ‘big bang’

06 January 2021

It came as the Government said a further 1,041 people had died within 28 days of testing positive for Covid-19 as of Wednesday.


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