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Jail for woman stopped at Heathrow with suitcases full of cash

Jail for woman stopped at Heathrow with suitcases full of cash

Jail for woman stopped at Heathrow with suitcases full of cash

26 July 2021

Tara Hanlon was preparing to board a flight for Dubai with more than £1.9 million in sterling notes.


Hopes for summer holidays in the US dashed

Hopes for summer holidays in the US dashed

Hopes for summer holidays in the US dashed

26 July 2021

A White House official said existing restrictions on international travel will be maintained.


Number of Covid-19 hospital patients in England climbs above 5,000

Number of Covid-19 hospital patients in England climbs above 5,000

Number of Covid-19 hospital patients in England climbs above 5,000

26 July 2021

The total has risen 33% in a week – but is still well below the peak of the second wave.


TfL faces ‘difficult decisions’ as new budget published, warns Sadiq Khan

TfL faces ‘difficult decisions’ as new budget published, warns Sadiq Khan

TfL faces ‘difficult decisions’ as new budget published, warns Sadiq Khan

26 July 2021

The London mayor called on the Government to commit to bridging a £500 million funding shortfall in this financial year.


Northern Ireland theatres to reopen as ministers agree further Covid relaxations

Northern Ireland theatres to reopen as ministers agree further Covid relaxations

Northern Ireland theatres to reopen as ministers agree further Covid relaxations

26 July 2021

The rules will change at 6pm on Tuesday.


Updated book on Harry and Meghan to be released

Updated book on Harry and Meghan to be released

Updated book on Harry and Meghan to be released

26 July 2021

Finding Freedom goes on sale on August 31 – the date Diana, Princess of Wales was killed in a car crash in 1997.


Two teenage boys found guilty of murdering 13-year-old Olly Stephens

Two teenage boys found guilty of murdering 13-year-old Olly Stephens

Two teenage boys found guilty of murdering 13-year-old Olly Stephens

26 July 2021

Oliver Stephens, 13, known as Olly, was stabbed to death at Bugs Bottom field in Emmer Green, Reading, Berkshire.


Addison Lee to keep screen partitions in cabs until next summer

Addison Lee to keep screen partitions in cabs until next summer

Addison Lee to keep screen partitions in cabs until next summer

26 July 2021

The private hire firm said its 4,000 vehicles will keep screens to protect drivers and passengers and offer them to its 2,500 ComCab taxis.


Chance of record-breaking heatwave rises depending on rate of warming – study

Chance of record-breaking heatwave rises depending on rate of warming – study

Chance of record-breaking heatwave rises depending on rate of warming – study

26 July 2021

Researchers found that heatwaves occur in spurts during periods of accelerated climate warming.


Fourth member of Stockwell Six appealing against conviction

Fourth member of Stockwell Six appealing against conviction

Fourth member of Stockwell Six appealing against conviction

26 July 2021

The Criminal Cases Review Commission said Texo Johnson got in touch after his sister saw the news that three friends had had their names cleared.


Heat-related deaths in the UK could triple in the next 30 years – report

Heat-related deaths in the UK could triple in the next 30 years – report

Heat-related deaths in the UK could triple in the next 30 years – report

26 July 2021

Research has found that the reality of the risks heatwaves can cause are not matched by the level of public concern.


Community turns out to save social club’s flooded dancefloor

Community turns out to save social club’s flooded dancefloor

Community turns out to save social club’s flooded dancefloor

26 July 2021

‘It was really heartening to see so many people turn up,’ said Daniel Barnard.


NHS is as stretched now as it was in January – health leaders

NHS is as stretched now as it was in January – health leaders

NHS is as stretched now as it was in January – health leaders

26 July 2021

Pressures on the NHS include going ‘full speed’ to address the backlog of care across hospital services, NHS Providers said.


£5,000 reward offered to help find stolen Laurel and Hardy statues

£5,000 reward offered to help find stolen Laurel and Hardy statues

£5,000 reward offered to help find stolen Laurel and Hardy statues

26 July 2021

Dean Floyd said his company would pay whoever safely returns 6ft figures of the comedy duo.


BP fined £50,000 over licence breach

BP fined £50,000 over licence breach

BP fined £50,000 over licence breach

26 July 2021

The Oil and Gas Authority said the oil giant did not meet reporting requirements.


Tesco Bank pulls plug on current accounts

Tesco Bank pulls plug on current accounts

Tesco Bank pulls plug on current accounts

26 July 2021

Customers will soon receive a message asking them to withdraw all their money before November 30, and change any standing orders or direct debits.


Campaigners fail in legal challenge to road development scheme

Campaigners fail in legal challenge to road development scheme

Campaigners fail in legal challenge to road development scheme

26 July 2021

The Road Investment Strategy 2 project is made up of 50 major road schemes.


Broadband issues hit 15 million customers over the last year – survey

Broadband issues hit 15 million customers over the last year – survey

Broadband issues hit 15 million customers over the last year – survey

26 July 2021

A new survey by Uswitch.com suggests the number of people hit by internet outages in the last year is three times higher than the previous 12 months.


‘Fatigued’ train driver with history of safety errors narrowly avoided crash

‘Fatigued’ train driver with history of safety errors narrowly avoided crash

‘Fatigued’ train driver with history of safety errors narrowly avoided crash

26 July 2021

After the incident the driver was diagnosed with sleep apnoea, which causes breathing to stop and start during sleeping.


Widower speaks of his bid to save wife from drowning in loch tragedy

Widower speaks of his bid to save wife from drowning in loch tragedy

Widower speaks of his bid to save wife from drowning in loch tragedy

26 July 2021

Waris Ali’s wife, nine-year-old son and family friend drowned in Loch Lomond on Saturday evening.


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