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Meghan’s father’s thoughts and feelings ‘relatively minor’ in privacy case

Meghan’s father’s thoughts and feelings ‘relatively minor’ in privacy case

Meghan’s father’s thoughts and feelings ‘relatively minor’ in privacy case

18 November 2020

The Duchess of Sussex is suing the publisher of the Mail on Sunday and MailOnline.


Hope for elderly as vaccine shows 94% protection

Hope for elderly as vaccine shows 94% protection

Hope for elderly as vaccine shows 94% protection

18 November 2020

Scientists have said the news is ‘excellent’.


Two-week rent reduction for Manchester students is a ‘slap in the face’ – union

Two-week rent reduction for Manchester students is a ‘slap in the face’ – union

Two-week rent reduction for Manchester students is a ‘slap in the face’ – union

18 November 2020

The University of Manchester has pledged a rent cut for all students in their accommodation following protests.


How does the PlayStation 5 compare to the Xbox Series X?

How does the PlayStation 5 compare to the Xbox Series X?

How does the PlayStation 5 compare to the Xbox Series X?

18 November 2020

The next-generation games consoles face off.


Spotify and Epic Games lambast ‘calculated’ Apple fee cut for small developers

Spotify and Epic Games lambast ‘calculated’ Apple fee cut for small developers

Spotify and Epic Games lambast ‘calculated’ Apple fee cut for small developers

18 November 2020

Apple plans to cut fee paid by developers to 15% if they earn below one million dollars per year through the App Store.


It will take more than one election to reverse US division, says Barack Obama

It will take more than one election to reverse US division, says Barack Obama

It will take more than one election to reverse US division, says Barack Obama

18 November 2020

The former US president spoke to historian and presenter David Olusoga.


Lorry driver accused of 39 migrant deaths denies knowing they were in trailer

Lorry driver accused of 39 migrant deaths denies knowing they were in trailer

Lorry driver accused of 39 migrant deaths denies knowing they were in trailer

18 November 2020

Eamonn Harrison has denied all 39 counts of manslaughter.


Local authorities ‘braced for second wave of homelessness’

Local authorities ‘braced for second wave of homelessness’

Local authorities ‘braced for second wave of homelessness’

18 November 2020

Councils and charities in England are ‘concerned about the sustainability of funding emergency accommodation over winter’, Crisis said.


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

18 November 2020

Swale, Boston and East Lindsey have recorded the biggest week-on-week increases.


Harry says military ‘made me who I am’ as he committed to a life of service

Harry says military ‘made me who I am’ as he committed to a life of service

Harry says military ‘made me who I am’ as he committed to a life of service

18 November 2020

The duke delivered a special message at the Stand Up For Heroes event in the US.


Johnson promises biggest investment in the military since Cold War

Johnson promises biggest investment in the military since Cold War

Johnson promises biggest investment in the military since Cold War

18 November 2020

The Prime Minister is promising £16.5 billion over four years to invest in cutting-edge capabilities including space and cyber.


In Video: Behind the scenes at Sea Life Centre during lockdown

In Video: Behind the scenes at Sea Life Centre during lockdown

In Video: Behind the scenes at Sea Life Centre during lockdown

18 November 2020

There’s still plenty of work to do while the centre is closed.


‘Backbone’ of family – young wife with 13 children dies from coronavirus

‘Backbone’ of family – young wife with 13 children dies from coronavirus

‘Backbone’ of family – young wife with 13 children dies from coronavirus

18 November 2020

Sonia Partridge, 35, died at University Hospital of North Tees on Tuesday with her wife and her mother by her side.


The Birmingham pub bombing victims

The Birmingham pub bombing victims

The Birmingham pub bombing victims

18 November 2020

On the night of November 21 1974, 21 people died and 220 were injured in the bombings.


Police make further inquiries into Margaret Ferrier’s alleged Covid-19 breach

Police make further inquiries into Margaret Ferrier’s alleged Covid-19 breach

Police make further inquiries into Margaret Ferrier’s alleged Covid-19 breach

18 November 2020

The MP admitted making two cross-border trips when she should have been self-isolating.


Julian Assange ‘in lockdown’ after Covid-19 outbreak on his prison block

Julian Assange ‘in lockdown’ after Covid-19 outbreak on his prison block

Julian Assange ‘in lockdown’ after Covid-19 outbreak on his prison block

18 November 2020

Prisoners and staff at Belmarsh in London are to be swabbed in the next few days, says WikiLeaks founder.


Judge ‘very concerned’ about missing two-year-old boy

Judge ‘very concerned’ about missing two-year-old boy

Judge ‘very concerned’ about missing two-year-old boy

18 November 2020

Emmanuel Biendarra, who was living with his father in Kent, could be with his German mother Kristina Nobis.


Serial burglar jailed after squirting chilli sauce at 90-year-old

Serial burglar jailed after squirting chilli sauce at 90-year-old

Serial burglar jailed after squirting chilli sauce at 90-year-old

18 November 2020

Mohammed Nawaz barged into the woman’s home in Birmingham in August.


Teenager charged over police dog machete attack

Teenager charged over police dog machete attack

Teenager charged over police dog machete attack

18 November 2020

The youth will appear in court in Birmingham in December.


30,000 volunteers sought for vaccination programme

30,000 volunteers sought for vaccination programme

30,000 volunteers sought for vaccination programme

18 November 2020

St John Ambulance is recruiting volunteers to help the NHS.


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