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Charles Rennie Mackintosh bedside cabinet goes under hammer for £250,000

Charles Rennie Mackintosh bedside cabinet goes under hammer for £250,000

Charles Rennie Mackintosh bedside cabinet goes under hammer for £250,000

04 November 2020

The 1916 piece of mahogany furniture sparked an international bidding battle in a Lyon & Turnbull online auction.


Attorney General to review manslaughter sentence given to Pc Timothy Brehmer

Attorney General to review manslaughter sentence given to Pc Timothy Brehmer

Attorney General to review manslaughter sentence given to Pc Timothy Brehmer

04 November 2020

The married police officer was jailed for 10-and-a-half years for the manslaughter of nurse Claire Parry.


Digger driver plans to buy hot tub after £250,000 Lottery scratchcard win

Digger driver plans to buy hot tub after £250,000 Lottery scratchcard win

Digger driver plans to buy hot tub after £250,000 Lottery scratchcard win

04 November 2020

George Bates, of Great Leighs in Essex, did not realise he had won until he checked the scratchcard in the pub.


Lloyds Banking Group to cut another 1,070 jobs

Lloyds Banking Group to cut another 1,070 jobs

Lloyds Banking Group to cut another 1,070 jobs

04 November 2020

They are the latest redundancies as part of ongoing transformation plans.


Report highlights missed chances to help murdered schoolgirl Lucy McHugh

Report highlights missed chances to help murdered schoolgirl Lucy McHugh

Report highlights missed chances to help murdered schoolgirl Lucy McHugh

04 November 2020

Southampton Safeguarding Children Partnership has reported failures by social care staff and police.


William highlights ‘unique challenge’ facing emergency responders

William highlights ‘unique challenge’ facing emergency responders

William highlights ‘unique challenge’ facing emergency responders

04 November 2020

The Duke of Cambridge opened The Fire Fighters Charity’s awards ceremony in his first online royal duty since it emerged he has had coronavirus.


First arrests over alleged fraud in Eat Out to Help Out and loans schemes

First arrests over alleged fraud in Eat Out to Help Out and loans schemes

First arrests over alleged fraud in Eat Out to Help Out and loans schemes

04 November 2020

The crackdown comes amid fears of widespread fraud related to the UK Government’s coronavirus support schemes.


Transgender and non-binary candidates elected in several US ‘firsts’

Transgender and non-binary candidates elected in several US ‘firsts’

Transgender and non-binary candidates elected in several US ‘firsts’

04 November 2020

America’s first transgender state senator and first non-binary politician were victorious in the November 3 election.


GPs gearing up for potential pre-Christmas vaccine rollout, says NHS chief

GPs gearing up for potential pre-Christmas vaccine rollout, says NHS chief

GPs gearing up for potential pre-Christmas vaccine rollout, says NHS chief

04 November 2020

Sir Simon Stevens said family doctors are being advised to prepare for a coronavirus treatment.


Green light for routine testing of health staff – NHS chief

Green light for routine testing of health staff – NHS chief

Green light for routine testing of health staff – NHS chief

04 November 2020

Routine testing of NHS workers is already being carried out in the hardest-hit areas.


John Lewis Partnership to slash up to 1,500 head office jobs

John Lewis Partnership to slash up to 1,500 head office jobs

John Lewis Partnership to slash up to 1,500 head office jobs

04 November 2020

The retail giant, which runs John Lewis department stores and Waitrose supermarkets, has said it will cut the roles by April 2021.


22 hospitals’ worth of Covid patients in England, says NHS boss

22 hospitals’ worth of Covid patients in England, says NHS boss

22 hospitals’ worth of Covid patients in England, says NHS boss

04 November 2020

Sir Simon Stevens said that the national lockdown would mean the health service will not need to cancel routine operations.


Young football fan reaches 7.1 million keepy-uppies to help key workers

Young football fan reaches 7.1 million keepy-uppies to help key workers

Young football fan reaches 7.1 million keepy-uppies to help key workers

04 November 2020

Eleven-year-old Imogen Papworth-Heidel completed her charity challenge at Cambridge United’s Abbey Stadium on Wednesday.


Services sector growth slows with slumps in hospitality, travel and leisure

Services sector growth slows with slumps in hospitality, travel and leisure

Services sector growth slows with slumps in hospitality, travel and leisure

04 November 2020

The latest closely followed IHS Markit/CIPS Services purchasing managers’ index was 51.4 in October, down from 56.1 in September.


Crispin Odey steps down from hedge fund after 29 years

Crispin Odey steps down from hedge fund after 29 years

Crispin Odey steps down from hedge fund after 29 years

04 November 2020

The vocal Brexit supporter has quit as chief executive months after he was charged over an alleged indecent assault.


London trading volatile with US election on knife-edge

London trading volatile with US election on knife-edge

London trading volatile with US election on knife-edge

04 November 2020

The FTSE 100 Index opened on Wednesday as much as 1.3% lower before paring back declines to stand 5.1 points higher at 5791.4.


How Donald Trump or Joe Biden can still plot path to White House

How Donald Trump or Joe Biden can still plot path to White House

How Donald Trump or Joe Biden can still plot path to White House

04 November 2020

Only a few states are yet to report their results but the pandemic has delayed the process in some areas.


Covid-19 cases worse than ‘gloom-mongers’ feared, says intensive care consultant

Covid-19 cases worse than ‘gloom-mongers’ feared, says intensive care consultant

Covid-19 cases worse than ‘gloom-mongers’ feared, says intensive care consultant

04 November 2020

Dr Richard Cree said there were 93 coronavirus patients in the James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough over the weekend.


Raab insists UK-US relationship will remain strong whoever is in White House

Raab insists UK-US relationship will remain strong whoever is in White House

Raab insists UK-US relationship will remain strong whoever is in White House

04 November 2020

The Foreign Secretary said he would not ‘sucked in’ to a debate over postal votes after Donald Trump branded the election ‘a fraud’.


Trump vows to drag election to the courts as knife-edge counts are under way

Trump vows to drag election to the courts as knife-edge counts are under way

Trump vows to drag election to the courts as knife-edge counts are under way

04 November 2020

The process to find a winner could go on for days.


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