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Support needed for patients with ‘long Covid’, MP says

Support needed for patients with ‘long Covid’, MP says

Support needed for patients with ‘long Covid’, MP says

03 September 2020

The causes are still unknown and it is a growing area of medical research.


Facebook imposes forwarding limit on Messenger to slow spread of misinformation

Facebook imposes forwarding limit on Messenger to slow spread of misinformation

Facebook imposes forwarding limit on Messenger to slow spread of misinformation

03 September 2020

Users of the chat platform will only be able to send content to five people or groups at a time.


Royal ventures into the world of production

Royal ventures into the world of production

Royal ventures into the world of production

03 September 2020

Harry and Meghan have signed a major deal with Netflix.


Q&A: What is new about the Government’s Covid test proposals?

Q&A: What is new about the Government’s Covid test proposals?

Q&A: What is new about the Government’s Covid test proposals?

03 September 2020

£500 million will pay for repeat population testing and a rapid 20-minute test.


Latest Test and Trace figures branded ‘hugely disappointing’

Latest Test and Trace figures branded ‘hugely disappointing’

Latest Test and Trace figures branded ‘hugely disappointing’

03 September 2020

Health Secretary Matt Hancock defended the testing regime, saying it was working ‘well’.


Quarantine looms for holidaymakers in Portugal after cases rise further

Quarantine looms for holidaymakers in Portugal after cases rise further

Quarantine looms for holidaymakers in Portugal after cases rise further

03 September 2020

Pressure is also mounting on England to consider imposing quarantine rules on travellers arriving from Greece.


Rees-Mogg plays Rule, Britannia! in the Commons to celebrate BBC Proms U-turn

Rees-Mogg plays Rule, Britannia! in the Commons to celebrate BBC Proms U-turn

Rees-Mogg plays Rule, Britannia! in the Commons to celebrate BBC Proms U-turn

03 September 2020

The Conservative frontbencher was jokingly told off for breaking the values of the House.


Grant Shapps criticised over reports his private plane is registered in the US

Grant Shapps criticised over reports his private plane is registered in the US

Grant Shapps criticised over reports his private plane is registered in the US

03 September 2020

The Transport Secretary is a keen pilot who has often flown around the country on Government business.


MP blames French politicians for migrants coming to UK ‘on false premise’

MP blames French politicians for migrants coming to UK ‘on false premise’

MP blames French politicians for migrants coming to UK ‘on false premise’

03 September 2020

Clandestine Channel threat commander Dan O’Mahoney praised the work of French authorities in tackling the crisis.


‘Quick-thinking’ co-pilot praised for keeping helicopter in fatal crash afloat

‘Quick-thinking’ co-pilot praised for keeping helicopter in fatal crash afloat

‘Quick-thinking’ co-pilot praised for keeping helicopter in fatal crash afloat

03 September 2020

Alan Bell took the lead in helping those on board following impact, the inquiry into the Sumburgh crash heard.


Be ‘very, very cautious’ considering tax hikes, Johnson warned

Be ‘very, very cautious’ considering tax hikes, Johnson warned

Be ‘very, very cautious’ considering tax hikes, Johnson warned

03 September 2020

The warning came from Sir Graham Brady, chairman of the powerful 1922 Committee of backbench Conservatives.


1,650 jobs at risk at Costa Coffee

1,650 jobs at risk at Costa Coffee

1,650 jobs at risk at Costa Coffee

03 September 2020

The cafe chain told staff on Thursday that it has started consultations which could affect more than a 10th of roles.


More than 6,000 sign up for Kickstart youth jobs scheme in first day

More than 6,000 sign up for Kickstart youth jobs scheme in first day

More than 6,000 sign up for Kickstart youth jobs scheme in first day

03 September 2020

Employers will be able to offer young people on Universal Credit state-subsidised work placements for six months.


Sophie visits air ambulance to mark its 21st anniversary

Sophie visits air ambulance to mark its 21st anniversary

Sophie visits air ambulance to mark its 21st anniversary

03 September 2020

The Countess of Wessex has been patron of the Thames Valley Air Ambulance since January 2019.


Conservative minister’s husband claims coronavirus is a ‘mental illness’

Conservative minister’s husband claims coronavirus is a ‘mental illness’

Conservative minister’s husband claims coronavirus is a ‘mental illness’

03 September 2020

Sandy McFadzean, husband of Chloe Smith, attended last weekend’s march against Covid-19 restrictions.


Climate activists glue themselves to the ground and block road around Parliament

Climate activists glue themselves to the ground and block road around Parliament

Climate activists glue themselves to the ground and block road around Parliament

03 September 2020

Extinction Rebellion and Animal Rebellion marked the third of 10 days of disruption in the capital.


Co-op to open new stores and create jobs

Co-op to open new stores and create jobs

Co-op to open new stores and create jobs

03 September 2020

A huge investment programme has been announced after a busy few months for the retail giant.


Social smoking ‘disproportionately harmful’, study suggests

Social smoking ‘disproportionately harmful’, study suggests

Social smoking ‘disproportionately harmful’, study suggests

03 September 2020

Researchers said their 17-year-long study suggests that cutting down, or combining fewer cigarettes with vaping, is no substitute for quitting.


Car industry urges ministers to drive incentives for electric vehicle purchases

Car industry urges ministers to drive incentives for electric vehicle purchases

Car industry urges ministers to drive incentives for electric vehicle purchases

03 September 2020

The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders wants no tax on cars that are capable of zero emissions.


Gary Lineker posts ‘welcome’ video as he prepares to house refugee in his home

Gary Lineker posts ‘welcome’ video as he prepares to house refugee in his home

Gary Lineker posts ‘welcome’ video as he prepares to house refugee in his home

03 September 2020

He is said to be waiting for his application to be approved.


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