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Labour vows to transform economy with ‘new deal for working people’

Labour vows to transform economy with ‘new deal for working people’

Labour vows to transform economy with ‘new deal for working people’

25 July 2021

The Labour leader pledged to make the nation ‘the best place to work’.


Ministers to discuss rolling out further daily testing sites to ease ‘pingdemic’

Ministers to discuss rolling out further daily testing sites to ease ‘pingdemic’

Ministers to discuss rolling out further daily testing sites to ease ‘pingdemic’

25 July 2021

Their decisions will depend on the demand registered with Whitehall departments.


Ministers consider ways to block China’s state-owned nuclear power firm

Ministers consider ways to block China’s state-owned nuclear power firm

Ministers consider ways to block China’s state-owned nuclear power firm

25 July 2021

The move would likely stoke further tensions between the UK and China.


Man charged after pedestrians struck by car on Blackpool promenade

Man charged after pedestrians struck by car on Blackpool promenade

Man charged after pedestrians struck by car on Blackpool promenade

25 July 2021

The man is due to appear at Blackpool Magistrates’ Court on Monday morning.


Bride ‘over the moon’ after volunteer diver finds wedding ring lost in lake

Bride ‘over the moon’ after volunteer diver finds wedding ring lost in lake

Bride ‘over the moon’ after volunteer diver finds wedding ring lost in lake

25 July 2021

Annabelle Balchin, 22, said her husband Mick lost his ring on the day of their wedding – but Lake District Divers volunteer Angus Hosking rescued it.


Woman slashed with knife at Speakers’ Corner

Woman slashed with knife at Speakers’ Corner

Woman slashed with knife at Speakers’ Corner

25 July 2021

Her injuries are not life-threatening, police said.


Daily reported cases of Covid-19 in UK drop for fifth day in a row

Daily reported cases of Covid-19 in UK drop for fifth day in a row

Daily reported cases of Covid-19 in UK drop for fifth day in a row

25 July 2021

A total of 29,173 cases were reported by the Government on Sunday.


Scottish climber killed in avalanche on K2 ‘died doing what he loved the most’

Scottish climber killed in avalanche on K2 ‘died doing what he loved the most’

Scottish climber killed in avalanche on K2 ‘died doing what he loved the most’

25 July 2021

Rick Allen from Aberdeen was killed in an avalanche as he attempted to forge a new route up the world’s second-highest mountain.


Lady Kitty Spencer’s wedding dress revealed after she married fashion tycoon

Lady Kitty Spencer’s wedding dress revealed after she married fashion tycoon

Lady Kitty Spencer’s wedding dress revealed after she married fashion tycoon

25 July 2021

The model wore a Dolce and Gabbana gown for her wedding in Italy which was reportedly attended by celebrities including Pixie Lott and Idris Elba.


Man dies days after being handcuffed by police, Met says

Man dies days after being handcuffed by police, Met says

Man dies days after being handcuffed by police, Met says

25 July 2021

The police watchdog has been informed.


Two die in Newcastle as suspected stolen car allegedly evades police

Two die in Newcastle as suspected stolen car allegedly evades police

Two die in Newcastle as suspected stolen car allegedly evades police

25 July 2021

The police watchdog is conducting an investigation.


Scottish climber ‘dies attempting new route up K2’

Scottish climber ‘dies attempting new route up K2’

Scottish climber ‘dies attempting new route up K2’

25 July 2021

Rick Allen, an Aberdeen-born mountaineer, has been caught in an avalanche on the world’s second-tallest mountain, according to reports.


Nearly 600 migrants intercepted as attempted English Channel crossings continue

Nearly 600 migrants intercepted as attempted English Channel crossings continue

Nearly 600 migrants intercepted as attempted English Channel crossings continue

25 July 2021

Home Secretary Priti Patel vowed to tackle ‘evil criminal gangs’.


Dogs and their owners take to the sea in annual surfing competition

Dogs and their owners take to the sea in annual surfing competition

Dogs and their owners take to the sea in annual surfing competition

25 July 2021

Dogmasters takes place at Branksome Dene Beach in Poole.


London homes, roads and Tube stations flooded as thunderstorms strike

London homes, roads and Tube stations flooded as thunderstorms strike

London homes, roads and Tube stations flooded as thunderstorms strike

25 July 2021

The Met Office has issued an amber warning for storms covering London and some of the Home Counties.


Police warning after six people die in Scotland’s waters in just over 24 hours

Police warning after six people die in Scotland’s waters in just over 24 hours

Police warning after six people die in Scotland’s waters in just over 24 hours

25 July 2021

Six people, including four children, died in four separate incidents over Friday and Saturday.


Fans warn Covid passports for football matches could cause ‘chaos’

Fans warn Covid passports for football matches could cause ‘chaos’

Fans warn Covid passports for football matches could cause ‘chaos’

25 July 2021

Whether recent negative tests could allow entry to games is said to be still under discussion.


Man, woman and boy die after getting into difficulty in Loch Lomond

Man, woman and boy die after getting into difficulty in Loch Lomond

Man, woman and boy die after getting into difficulty in Loch Lomond

25 July 2021

A seven-year-old boy is also in intensive care following the incident south of Ardlui.


Thousands run through London in first mass 10k since lockdown was lifted

Thousands run through London in first mass 10k since lockdown was lifted

Thousands run through London in first mass 10k since lockdown was lifted

25 July 2021

Organisers said they have been working closely with Westminster City Council and Public Health England to ensure the event was Covid-secure.


Sajid Javid apologises for suggesting people should not ‘cower’ from Covid

Sajid Javid apologises for suggesting people should not ‘cower’ from Covid

Sajid Javid apologises for suggesting people should not ‘cower’ from Covid

25 July 2021

The Health Secretary conceded it was a ‘poor choice of word’.


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