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Charles hails television for providing ‘company’ to nation during lockdown

Charles hails television for providing ‘company’ to nation during lockdown

Charles hails television for providing ‘company’ to nation during lockdown

23 November 2020

The Prince of Wales said the industry will rebound ‘stronger than ever’ following the coronavirus pandemic


British Airways sells off champagne flutes and crockery

British Airways sells off champagne flutes and crockery

British Airways sells off champagne flutes and crockery

23 November 2020

A set of six brandy glasses is on sale as well as Club World slippers.


Princess Michael of Kent ‘over the worst’ after being struck down with Covid-19

Princess Michael of Kent ‘over the worst’ after being struck down with Covid-19

Princess Michael of Kent ‘over the worst’ after being struck down with Covid-19

23 November 2020

The wife of the Queen’s first cousin suffered from extreme fatigue and fevers after catching the disease three weeks ago.


Care home visitors who test negative ‘can hug loved ones by Christmas’

Care home visitors who test negative ‘can hug loved ones by Christmas’

Care home visitors who test negative ‘can hug loved ones by Christmas’

23 November 2020

Up to two visitors will receive twice-weekly tests by Christmas, the Government said in its Covid-19 winter plan.


Jeremy Corbyn told by chief whip to apologise over anti-Semitism comments

Jeremy Corbyn told by chief whip to apologise over anti-Semitism comments

Jeremy Corbyn told by chief whip to apologise over anti-Semitism comments

23 November 2020

In a letter obtained by the PA news agency, Nick Brown said Mr Corbyn’s response to an EHRC report caused ‘distress and pain’ to the Jewish community.


Finucane family welcomes Irish Government commitment to call for inquiry

Finucane family welcomes Irish Government commitment to call for inquiry

Finucane family welcomes Irish Government commitment to call for inquiry

23 November 2020

The family of the late Pat Finucane met with Taoiseach Micheal Martin on Monday.


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

23 November 2020

Medway, Gravesham and Hyndburn have recorded the biggest week-on-week increases.


Fourth tier may be needed where Tier 3 is not enough, Government scientists say

Fourth tier may be needed where Tier 3 is not enough, Government scientists say

Fourth tier may be needed where Tier 3 is not enough, Government scientists say

23 November 2020

Documents released by Sage suggest that Tier 1 measures alone are not enough to stop the spread of coronavirus.


Digitisation of the church has led to ‘new people engaging in the life of faith’

Digitisation of the church has led to ‘new people engaging in the life of faith’

Digitisation of the church has led to ‘new people engaging in the life of faith’

23 November 2020

The Archbishop of York spoke about the effects of the pandemic during the first formal General Synod meeting to be held online, on Monday.


Bailey: No-deal Brexit long-term economic hit likely to be worse than pandemic

Bailey: No-deal Brexit long-term economic hit likely to be worse than pandemic

Bailey: No-deal Brexit long-term economic hit likely to be worse than pandemic

23 November 2020

Andrew Bailey said the short-term financial impact of Covid-19 was high, but over time failing to reach a deal would be more costly.


Pub bosses warn that new restrictions will ‘destroy’ sector

Pub bosses warn that new restrictions will ‘destroy’ sector

Pub bosses warn that new restrictions will ‘destroy’ sector

23 November 2020

Boris Johnson revealed that tightened Tier 2 measures mean venues will only serve alcohol alongside a substantial meal.


England’s new Covid rules – how will they work?

England’s new Covid rules – how will they work?

England’s new Covid rules – how will they work?

23 November 2020

The three-tier system will return with some changes next week.


Mystery First World War nurse identified after granddaughter spots photos on TV

Mystery First World War nurse identified after granddaughter spots photos on TV

Mystery First World War nurse identified after granddaughter spots photos on TV

23 November 2020

The images of Olive Buller, shown on Antiques Roadshow and recognised by Carol Jephson, were taken during her time at Wrest Park in Bedfordshire.


Performing arts sector ‘shaken’ by new Covid rules

Performing arts sector ‘shaken’ by new Covid rules

Performing arts sector ‘shaken’ by new Covid rules

23 November 2020

Venues will have to close in the top tier of restrictions.


Prime Minister warns families to make ‘careful judgment’ over Christmas plans

Prime Minister warns families to make ‘careful judgment’ over Christmas plans

Prime Minister warns families to make ‘careful judgment’ over Christmas plans

23 November 2020

Boris Johnson said the devolved administrations are working on a ‘special time-limited Christmas dispensation’.


Key points from Boris Johnson’s coronavirus winter plan

Key points from Boris Johnson’s coronavirus winter plan

Key points from Boris Johnson’s coronavirus winter plan

23 November 2020

Here’s what the new restrictions mean for gyms, shops, weddings and live sport.


Concerns over pupils being repeatedly sent home for Covid-related reasons

Concerns over pupils being repeatedly sent home for Covid-related reasons

Concerns over pupils being repeatedly sent home for Covid-related reasons

23 November 2020

Education Secretary Gavin Williamson acknowledged ‘some inconsistencies’ exist in how schools approach the issue.


‘Have you pressed the button?’ – audio of PM lost in virtual Commons statement

‘Have you pressed the button?’ – audio of PM lost in virtual Commons statement

‘Have you pressed the button?’ – audio of PM lost in virtual Commons statement

23 November 2020

Health Secretary Matt Hancock had to fill in after contact between the Commons and Downing Street failed.


Trial to ‘test close contacts every day for a week’

Trial to ‘test close contacts every day for a week’

Trial to ‘test close contacts every day for a week’

23 November 2020

If the pilot is successful then it could see an end to the concept of automatic self-isolation.


Husband’s fight over care home visits could affect thousands, judge told

Husband’s fight over care home visits could affect thousands, judge told

Husband’s fight over care home visits could affect thousands, judge told

23 November 2020

John Davies says his wife Michelle should not be subject to a blanket visiting policy.


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