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Key events surrounding Birmingham pub bombings

Key events surrounding Birmingham pub bombings

Key events surrounding Birmingham pub bombings

18 November 2020

21 people were killed in the bombings in 1974.


Rebekah Vardy and Coleen Rooney set for first High Court hearing in libel battle

Rebekah Vardy and Coleen Rooney set for first High Court hearing in libel battle

Rebekah Vardy and Coleen Rooney set for first High Court hearing in libel battle

18 November 2020

Mrs Vardy is suing for damages for libel after Mrs Rooney accused her of leaking stories about her private life to the media.


Men in same-sex relationships less likely to have a STEM degree – study

Men in same-sex relationships less likely to have a STEM degree – study

Men in same-sex relationships less likely to have a STEM degree – study

18 November 2020

No such gap was discovered for women in same-sex couples – though women were found to be underrepresented overall.


Lorry and bus drivers denied access to toilets and washing facilities – report

Lorry and bus drivers denied access to toilets and washing facilities – report

Lorry and bus drivers denied access to toilets and washing facilities – report

18 November 2020

Unite said it was ‘completely unacceptable’ that tens of thousands of workers are being denied access to toilets.


Key figures and topics behind the Diana Panorama interview controversy

Key figures and topics behind the Diana Panorama interview controversy

Key figures and topics behind the Diana Panorama interview controversy

18 November 2020

Earl Spencer introduced Diana to the then BBC Panorama reporter Martin Bashir.


No 10 signals thawing of relations with media after Cummings departure

No 10 signals thawing of relations with media after Cummings departure

No 10 signals thawing of relations with media after Cummings departure

18 November 2020

Allegra Stratton told a Westminster briefing that Boris Johnson believed the press had played a ‘powerful role’ during the coronavirus pandemic.


Breast cancer home screening device wins James Dyson Award

Breast cancer home screening device wins James Dyson Award

Breast cancer home screening device wins James Dyson Award

18 November 2020

Judit Giro Benet, 23, from Spain, came up with the idea after her mother was diagnosed with the disease.


BBC appoints Lord Dyson to head up Diana Panorama interview investigation

BBC appoints Lord Dyson to head up Diana Panorama interview investigation

BBC appoints Lord Dyson to head up Diana Panorama interview investigation

18 November 2020

Diana’s brother Earl Spencer has claimed shown ‘false bank statements’ by Martin Bashir.


Mum ‘staged’ hospital bed photo as part of £45,000 cancer scam, court hears

Mum ‘staged’ hospital bed photo as part of £45,000 cancer scam, court hears

Mum ‘staged’ hospital bed photo as part of £45,000 cancer scam, court hears

18 November 2020

Nicole Elkabbas is accused of using a GoFundMe page in a “scheme designed to trick and to con” that raised more than £45,000.


Scotland’s poet laureate ‘inspired’ by Jamaican-born muse for Victorian artists

Scotland’s poet laureate ‘inspired’ by Jamaican-born muse for Victorian artists

Scotland’s poet laureate ‘inspired’ by Jamaican-born muse for Victorian artists

18 November 2020

Jackie Kay saw portraits of Fanny Eaton while browsing the online archives of a museum.


Northern Ireland businesses feel ‘frustration, anxiety and fear’ over Brexit

Northern Ireland businesses feel ‘frustration, anxiety and fear’ over Brexit

Northern Ireland businesses feel ‘frustration, anxiety and fear’ over Brexit

18 November 2020

Northern Ireland minister Robin Walker insisted the UK Government is helping traders ‘prepare for the end of the transition period’.


Johnson says he is ‘very proud’ of efforts to get Covid kit for the NHS

Johnson says he is ‘very proud’ of efforts to get Covid kit for the NHS

Johnson says he is ‘very proud’ of efforts to get Covid kit for the NHS

18 November 2020

The National Audit Office criticised the way normal standards of transparency were set aside in the scramble for equipment.


Pfizer vaccine is 95% effective and works in older people, new data shows

Pfizer vaccine is 95% effective and works in older people, new data shows

Pfizer vaccine is 95% effective and works in older people, new data shows

18 November 2020

Of 170 Covid-19 cases in the new analysis, 162 were observed in the placebo group versus eight in the vaccine group.


Actor Maxine Peake joins live readings from Undercover Policing Inquiry

Actor Maxine Peake joins live readings from Undercover Policing Inquiry

Actor Maxine Peake joins live readings from Undercover Policing Inquiry

18 November 2020

The inquiry has cost £30 million to date.


Excellent news that Pfizer vaccine is 94% effective in older patients – experts

Excellent news that Pfizer vaccine is 94% effective in older patients – experts

Excellent news that Pfizer vaccine is 94% effective in older patients – experts

18 November 2020

The jab, which is due to arrive in the UK in the coming weeks, is 95% effective and has passed its safety checks.


Four in 10 men ‘struggling with mental health during coronavirus pandemic’

Four in 10 men ‘struggling with mental health during coronavirus pandemic’

Four in 10 men ‘struggling with mental health during coronavirus pandemic’

18 November 2020

44% of men feel they have no-one to talk to, Time to Change said.


Council wins court order to close gym that breached lockdown rules

Council wins court order to close gym that breached lockdown rules

Council wins court order to close gym that breached lockdown rules

18 November 2020

A closure order was obtained by Haringey Council over the Zone Gym in Wood Green, north London.


Boris Johnson’s remote PMQs: five things we learned

Boris Johnson’s remote PMQs: five things we learned

Boris Johnson’s remote PMQs: five things we learned

18 November 2020

The Prime Minister is self-isolating after coming into contact with Tory MP Lee Anderson, who tested positive for coronavirus.


4,000 restaurants asked to check Eat Out claims amid fraud worries

4,000 restaurants asked to check Eat Out claims amid fraud worries

4,000 restaurants asked to check Eat Out claims amid fraud worries

18 November 2020

More than 84,000 businesses took part in Eat Out to Help Out in August.


Call for cameras on fishing boats to protect marine wildlife

Call for cameras on fishing boats to protect marine wildlife

Call for cameras on fishing boats to protect marine wildlife

18 November 2020

Seals, seabirds, dolphins, turtles and sharks are among the marine wildlife caught as ‘bycatch’ by fishing vessels, a report says.


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