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Charles records Gerard Manley Hopkins poem to support Christians at Easter

Charles records Gerard Manley Hopkins poem to support Christians at Easter

Charles records Gerard Manley Hopkins poem to support Christians at Easter

02 April 2021

Hopkins’ poems were not published in full until 1918, almost 30 years after his death.


Staycation firms see ‘huge demand’ for planned April 12 reopening

Staycation firms see ‘huge demand’ for planned April 12 reopening

Staycation firms see ‘huge demand’ for planned April 12 reopening

02 April 2021

Bookings have soared for the potential reopening date as lockdown restrictions are eased.


Best and worst motorway service areas identified

Best and worst motorway service areas identified

Best and worst motorway service areas identified

02 April 2021

A venue on a key tourist route serving the South West has been ranked the worst in Britain.


Ocean camera network launched to protect wildlife in UK Overseas Territories

Ocean camera network launched to protect wildlife in UK Overseas Territories

Ocean camera network launched to protect wildlife in UK Overseas Territories

02 April 2021

The scheme is part of the UK’s Blue Belt programme of marine protected areas around the globe.


What the papers say – April 2

What the papers say – April 2

What the papers say – April 2

02 April 2021

More fallout from the Government’s race review features among the stories on Friday’s front pages.


Ministers warned against introducing domestic vaccine passports

Ministers warned against introducing domestic vaccine passports

Ministers warned against introducing domestic vaccine passports

01 April 2021

More than 70 MPs have signed a pledge opposing the use of Covid status certification.


Foreign holiday hotspots ‘will be graded using traffic light system’

Foreign holiday hotspots ‘will be graded using traffic light system’

Foreign holiday hotspots ‘will be graded using traffic light system’

01 April 2021

Continental Europe may be deemed too high-risk to allow Britons to travel.


Rapper Pa Salieu charged after inquiry into fatal stabbing outside nightclub

Rapper Pa Salieu charged after inquiry into fatal stabbing outside nightclub

Rapper Pa Salieu charged after inquiry into fatal stabbing outside nightclub

01 April 2021

West Midlands Police have charged 10 men in relation to the incident.


Academics dispute involvement in Government-backed race review

Academics dispute involvement in Government-backed race review

Academics dispute involvement in Government-backed race review

01 April 2021

Many names on an appendix of organisations and individuals have distanced themselves from the report.


Merseyside woman pens poem to mark 107th birthday

Merseyside woman pens poem to mark 107th birthday

Merseyside woman pens poem to mark 107th birthday

01 April 2021

Marjorie Hodnett is the oldest woman in Formby.


Deprivation ‘likely to play central role’ in ethnic health inequalities

Deprivation ‘likely to play central role’ in ethnic health inequalities

Deprivation ‘likely to play central role’ in ethnic health inequalities

01 April 2021

Reducing deprivation could play a ‘pivotal role’ in reducing inequalities in coronavirus outcomes, according to modelling.


Indoor hospitality could reopen in Wales by the end of May

Indoor hospitality could reopen in Wales by the end of May

Indoor hospitality could reopen in Wales by the end of May

01 April 2021

First Minister Mark Drakeford said offering further dates in his road map would allow people to ‘plan even further ahead’.


New model of Covid-19 spike protein ‘could help vaccine development’

New model of Covid-19 spike protein ‘could help vaccine development’

New model of Covid-19 spike protein ‘could help vaccine development’

01 April 2021

Researchers in Germany said their work has helped identify target sites on the spike protein’s surface for antibodies.


Parts of UK saw warmest March days on record, says Met Office

Parts of UK saw warmest March days on record, says Met Office

Parts of UK saw warmest March days on record, says Met Office

01 April 2021

Locations across southern England enjoyed a particularly balmy end to the month.


Mother jailed for killing eight-month-old daughter

Mother jailed for killing eight-month-old daughter

Mother jailed for killing eight-month-old daughter

01 April 2021

Francesca Haworth died in hospital after she was found unresponsive by the ambulance service at an address in Blackpool.


PSNI handling of Bobby Storey funeral to be reviewed

PSNI handling of Bobby Storey funeral to be reviewed

PSNI handling of Bobby Storey funeral to be reviewed

01 April 2021

UK policing watchdog Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary is to conduct a review.


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

01 April 2021

More than a third (35%) of local areas have recorded a week-on-week rise in rates.


Racial disparities report gives ‘racists the green light’ – Doreen Lawrence

Racial disparities report gives ‘racists the green light’ – Doreen Lawrence

Racial disparities report gives ‘racists the green light’ – Doreen Lawrence

01 April 2021

Baroness Doreen Lawrence said that the authors of the report are ‘not in touch with reality’.


Police warn against large Easter weekend gatherings

Police warn against large Easter weekend gatherings

Police warn against large Easter weekend gatherings

01 April 2021

Forecasters predict there will be a ‘big swing’ in weather conditions, with cooler temperatures across the weekend.


Bodies discovered in Dundee confirmed as missing mother and daughter

Bodies discovered in Dundee confirmed as missing mother and daughter

Bodies discovered in Dundee confirmed as missing mother and daughter

01 April 2021

Bennylyn Burke, 25, and her daughter Jellica, two, were reported missing from their south Gloucestershire home on March 1.


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