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UK’s only gender identity service for children rated inadequate by CQC

UK’s only gender identity service for children rated inadequate by CQC

UK’s only gender identity service for children rated inadequate by CQC

19 January 2021

The CQC found more than 4,600 young people on the waiting list for treatment at the Tavistock and Portman NHS Trust.


App launched in Wales to help support people with long Covid

App launched in Wales to help support people with long Covid

App launched in Wales to help support people with long Covid

19 January 2021

Advice from therapists, psychologists, dieticians and consultants also features on the app.


Thomas Markle believes Meghan wanted her letter to him published, court hears

Thomas Markle believes Meghan wanted her letter to him published, court hears

Thomas Markle believes Meghan wanted her letter to him published, court hears

19 January 2021

The Duchess of Sussex is suing the publisher of The Mail On Sunday and MailOnline over articles which reproduced parts of a handwritten letter.


Woman who lived through Spanish flu pandemic gets Covid jab on 108th birthday

Woman who lived through Spanish flu pandemic gets Covid jab on 108th birthday

Woman who lived through Spanish flu pandemic gets Covid jab on 108th birthday

19 January 2021

Marion Dawson said she did not feel a thing.


Wetherspoon seeks £92m cash boost as pubs expected to stay shut until March

Wetherspoon seeks £92m cash boost as pubs expected to stay shut until March

Wetherspoon seeks £92m cash boost as pubs expected to stay shut until March

19 January 2021

The company said it has made ‘zero’ sales in 2021 so far as all of its 872 pubs have remained shut in the face of coronavirus restrictions.


Future of Vauxhall’s Ellesmere Port plant to be decided in ‘a few weeks’

Future of Vauxhall’s Ellesmere Port plant to be decided in ‘a few weeks’

Future of Vauxhall’s Ellesmere Port plant to be decided in ‘a few weeks’

19 January 2021

The 2030 ban on new petrol and diesel cars is one of the reasons why investment in the factory is in doubt.


Sir Van Morrison launches legal challenge against live music ban

Sir Van Morrison launches legal challenge against live music ban

Sir Van Morrison launches legal challenge against live music ban

19 January 2021

The musician has issued pre-action correspondence to the Stormont Executive challenging the prohibition in Northern Ireland.


Man accused of murdering student told police he offered ‘crying girl lift home’

Man accused of murdering student told police he offered ‘crying girl lift home’

Man accused of murdering student told police he offered ‘crying girl lift home’

19 January 2021

Pawel Relowicz is on trial at Sheffield Crown Court accused of the rape and murder of Libby Squire in Hull in February 2019.


Man shot brother and ‘raider’ with crossbow outside cannabis farm, court told

Man shot brother and ‘raider’ with crossbow outside cannabis farm, court told

Man shot brother and ‘raider’ with crossbow outside cannabis farm, court told

19 January 2021

Saghawat Ramzan and two other men deny murdering Waseem Ramzan and Khuzaimah Douglas.


Kwarteng examining Brexit break from EU employment laws

Kwarteng examining Brexit break from EU employment laws

Kwarteng examining Brexit break from EU employment laws

19 January 2021

Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng insisted there would not be a ‘bonfire of rights’.


Crucial vaccine workers moved up priority list for jab

Crucial vaccine workers moved up priority list for jab

Crucial vaccine workers moved up priority list for jab

19 January 2021

Around 2,000 workers will receive the vaccine to ensure smooth supply, officials confirmed.


NI fishermen fear they will lose out under ‘discriminatory’ UK system

NI fishermen fear they will lose out under ‘discriminatory’ UK system

NI fishermen fear they will lose out under ‘discriminatory’ UK system

19 January 2021

Fishing fleets from the region fear their quota will be cut to ‘placate’ disappointed fisherman in the rest of the UK.


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

19 January 2021

Knowsley, Slough and Barking & Dagenham are currently recording the highest rates.


Daughter’s plea to take Covid seriously after losing both parents in nine days

Daughter’s plea to take Covid seriously after losing both parents in nine days

Daughter’s plea to take Covid seriously after losing both parents in nine days

19 January 2021

Susan and John Docherty had been married for 44 years.


UK records highest daily number of Covid deaths as data reveals spread of virus

UK records highest daily number of Covid deaths as data reveals spread of virus

UK records highest daily number of Covid deaths as data reveals spread of virus

19 January 2021

A further 1,610 people have died within 28 days of testing positive for Covid-19.


Europe’s biggest fish market like a ghost town due to Brexit – industry head

Europe’s biggest fish market like a ghost town due to Brexit – industry head

Europe’s biggest fish market like a ghost town due to Brexit – industry head

19 January 2021

James Withers, chief executive of Scotland Food and Drink, said the situation is a ‘real crisis’ for exporters.


Retailers fear losses as Sturgeon extends lockdown for Scots till mid-February

Retailers fear losses as Sturgeon extends lockdown for Scots till mid-February

Retailers fear losses as Sturgeon extends lockdown for Scots till mid-February

19 January 2021

The First Minister also confirmed schools and nurseries across Scotland will stay closed to most youngsters during this time.


Thomas Markle approved extracts of letter used by newspaper, High Court hears

Thomas Markle approved extracts of letter used by newspaper, High Court hears

Thomas Markle approved extracts of letter used by newspaper, High Court hears

19 January 2021

The Duchess of Sussex is suing Associated Newspapers Ltd over a series of articles which reproduced parts of a letter she wrote to her father


Sarwar strikes respectful tone as leadership race kicks off

Sarwar strikes respectful tone as leadership race kicks off

Sarwar strikes respectful tone as leadership race kicks off

19 January 2021

Anas Sarwar and Monica Lennon both gained enough nominations from colleagues to be put before members.


Fish export problems show that Brexit has consequences, says EU ambassador

Fish export problems show that Brexit has consequences, says EU ambassador

Fish export problems show that Brexit has consequences, says EU ambassador

19 January 2021

Joao Vale de Almeida said he hoped the situation would improve in the coming weeks but extra paperwork and checks were a result of Brexit.


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