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Serving inmates convicted of terrorist murder plot against prison officer

Serving inmates convicted of terrorist murder plot against prison officer

Serving inmates convicted of terrorist murder plot against prison officer

07 October 2020

Brusthom Ziamani and Baz Hockton attacked the guard at HMP Whitemoor in January this year.


Self-isolating students accuse university of ‘profiting’ on food delivery

Self-isolating students accuse university of ‘profiting’ on food delivery

Self-isolating students accuse university of ‘profiting’ on food delivery

07 October 2020

Lancaster University said that it has ‘kept prices as low as we can without compromising on quality’.


Post-Brexit trade deal ‘some way away’ despite next week’s deadline, says Frost

Post-Brexit trade deal ‘some way away’ despite next week’s deadline, says Frost

Post-Brexit trade deal ‘some way away’ despite next week’s deadline, says Frost

07 October 2020

Lord Frost told a Lords committee ‘in many areas, the landing zone in the nature of the agreement is pretty clear if not exactly pinned down yet’.


Hundreds of job losses feared at three airports under cost-cutting plans

Hundreds of job losses feared at three airports under cost-cutting plans

Hundreds of job losses feared at three airports under cost-cutting plans

07 October 2020

Manchester, Stansted and East Midlands will all be affected by proposals being discussed with trade unions,.


Crumbs! Fox’s Biscuit business sold to Nutella owner in £246 million deal

Crumbs! Fox’s Biscuit business sold to Nutella owner in £246 million deal

Crumbs! Fox’s Biscuit business sold to Nutella owner in £246 million deal

07 October 2020

Ferrero is buying the Fox’s business from supermarket chicken supplier 2 Sisters Food Group.


NHS chiefs address ‘white privilege’ in health service

NHS chiefs address ‘white privilege’ in health service

NHS chiefs address ‘white privilege’ in health service

07 October 2020

It comes after NHS Providers chief executive Chris Hopson said there needed to be ‘concrete action’ taken to tackle structural racism in the service.


Ministers ‘not crying wolf’ over seriousness of pandemic – Arlene Foster

Ministers ‘not crying wolf’ over seriousness of pandemic – Arlene Foster

Ministers ‘not crying wolf’ over seriousness of pandemic – Arlene Foster

07 October 2020

Deputy First Minister Michelle O’Neill said the actions of the public would determine how bad the second wave got.


‘Missed opportunities after Sars and Mers to develop coronavirus antivirals’

‘Missed opportunities after Sars and Mers to develop coronavirus antivirals’

‘Missed opportunities after Sars and Mers to develop coronavirus antivirals’

07 October 2020

Dr Nick Cammack hopes the world has learned lessons and will find effective antivirals for the family of viruses.


Police and local councils given £60m funding boost for Covid-19 patrols

Police and local councils given £60m funding boost for Covid-19 patrols

Police and local councils given £60m funding boost for Covid-19 patrols

07 October 2020

The 43 police forces in England and Wales will be granted a share of £30 million according to the existing police funding formula.


Teenagers diagnosed with depression see attainment drop at GCSE, study suggests

Teenagers diagnosed with depression see attainment drop at GCSE, study suggests

Teenagers diagnosed with depression see attainment drop at GCSE, study suggests

07 October 2020

The report suggests targeted educational support for pupils struggling with depression may especially benefit boys and those from poorer backgrounds.


MPs launch inquiry to scrutinise Government response to Covid-19 pandemic

MPs launch inquiry to scrutinise Government response to Covid-19 pandemic

MPs launch inquiry to scrutinise Government response to Covid-19 pandemic

07 October 2020

Members will hear from witnesses about the impact the coronavirus pandemic has had on the social care sector as well as the BAME communities.


Indoor alcohol sales banned in pubs, cafes and restaurants across Scotland

Indoor alcohol sales banned in pubs, cafes and restaurants across Scotland

Indoor alcohol sales banned in pubs, cafes and restaurants across Scotland

07 October 2020

Nicola Sturgeon said the measure will be in place for two weeks, in a bid to curb the growth of coronavirus cases.


Job losses: Major cuts since the start of the pandemic

Job losses: Major cuts since the start of the pandemic

Job losses: Major cuts since the start of the pandemic

07 October 2020

Greene King, Virgin Money and Cineworld have all announced major redundancies this week.


Modelling which initiated lockdown backed in new study

Modelling which initiated lockdown backed in new study

Modelling which initiated lockdown backed in new study

07 October 2020

Researchers from the University of Edinburgh have reassessed the model used by the Imperial College London study, also known as Report 9.


People who self-harm ‘face medical ping-pong over mental health services’

People who self-harm ‘face medical ping-pong over mental health services’

People who self-harm ‘face medical ping-pong over mental health services’

07 October 2020

Samaritans said people commonly described feeling caught between services or receiving ineffective care.


Lorry container became ‘tomb’, people-smuggling trial told

Lorry container became ‘tomb’, people-smuggling trial told

Lorry container became ‘tomb’, people-smuggling trial told

07 October 2020

Jurors heard that the cost of being smuggled across the English Channel in the back of a lorry was some £10,000 per person.


Nicola Sturgeon accused of misleading Parliament over Salmond

Nicola Sturgeon accused of misleading Parliament over Salmond

Nicola Sturgeon accused of misleading Parliament over Salmond

07 October 2020

The First Minister’s written evidence to the Scottish Government Handling of Harassment Complaints has been published.


Starmer condemns Arsenal after Gunnersaurus mascot made redundant

Starmer condemns Arsenal after Gunnersaurus mascot made redundant

Starmer condemns Arsenal after Gunnersaurus mascot made redundant

07 October 2020

The Labour leader and Gunners fan said wealthy clubs must show solidarity with staff and supporters.


Tory MPs press for sanctions against China amid slave labour and abuse concerns

Tory MPs press for sanctions against China amid slave labour and abuse concerns

Tory MPs press for sanctions against China amid slave labour and abuse concerns

07 October 2020

A parliamentary debate considered abuses against the Tibetans, Uighur Muslims in Xinjiang, Hong Kong citizens, and Mongolian minorities.


Glorious autumn sunshine gives way to heavy rain showers

Glorious autumn sunshine gives way to heavy rain showers

Glorious autumn sunshine gives way to heavy rain showers

07 October 2020

Weather warnings have been issued for Wales and parts of central England.


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