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PM to decide whether report on ministerial bullying claims can be made public

PM to decide whether report on ministerial bullying claims can be made public

PM to decide whether report on ministerial bullying claims can be made public

22 October 2020

Labour has said a probe into allegations against Home Secretary Priti Patel must be released.


Blackpool tourism businesses call on Prime Minister to save the resort

Blackpool tourism businesses call on Prime Minister to save the resort

Blackpool tourism businesses call on Prime Minister to save the resort

22 October 2020

Damage caused by Tier 3 restrictions has been described as ‘catastrophic’.


What are the rules of the three-tier system and what areas do they cover?

What are the rules of the three-tier system and what areas do they cover?

What are the rules of the three-tier system and what areas do they cover?

22 October 2020

England has been operating under a three-tier system since earlier this month.


Chimpanzees prefer to focus on fewer friends as they age, study suggests

Chimpanzees prefer to focus on fewer friends as they age, study suggests

Chimpanzees prefer to focus on fewer friends as they age, study suggests

22 October 2020

Researchers found the animals displayed much of the same behaviour ageing humans exhibit.


Migrants arriving in Dover processed at ‘rubble-strewn building site’

Migrants arriving in Dover processed at ‘rubble-strewn building site’

Migrants arriving in Dover processed at ‘rubble-strewn building site’

22 October 2020

Concerns were raised about the detention of migrant children – in one case a 15-year-old boy was held for more than 66 hours.


Cat returned to Swansea home after going missing for eight years

Cat returned to Swansea home after going missing for eight years

Cat returned to Swansea home after going missing for eight years

22 October 2020

‘Long lost boy’ Mo was reunited with his owners by RSPCA officers after escaping from a cattery in 2012.


Rishi Sunak launches new bailout for firms and workers hit by coronavirus curbs

Rishi Sunak launches new bailout for firms and workers hit by coronavirus curbs

Rishi Sunak launches new bailout for firms and workers hit by coronavirus curbs

22 October 2020

The Chancellor’s latest package of measures came in response to rising numbers of cases and tougher restrictions.


Latest Huawei smartphones could be ‘last hurrah’ in Europe for Chinese firm

Latest Huawei smartphones could be ‘last hurrah’ in Europe for Chinese firm

Latest Huawei smartphones could be ‘last hurrah’ in Europe for Chinese firm

22 October 2020

An industry expert said US sanctions on Huawei were increasingly impacting its ability to make competitive devices outside of China.


How will the Chancellor’s new Covid support package be paid for?

How will the Chancellor’s new Covid support package be paid for?

How will the Chancellor’s new Covid support package be paid for?

22 October 2020

Billions of pounds of extra help has been announced for firms and workers.


Stoke-on-Trent, Coventry and Slough face tightening of coronavirus restrictions

Stoke-on-Trent, Coventry and Slough face tightening of coronavirus restrictions

Stoke-on-Trent, Coventry and Slough face tightening of coronavirus restrictions

22 October 2020

Matt Hancock also told MPs that Warrington in Cheshire may be moved into Tier 3.


Giant Borat floats down Thames to promote new movie

Giant Borat floats down Thames to promote new movie

Giant Borat floats down Thames to promote new movie

22 October 2020

A floating inflatable has passed the Tower of London to promote Borat Subsequent Moviefilm.


New drop in coronavirus cases at Tyneside universities for two weeks

New drop in coronavirus cases at Tyneside universities for two weeks

New drop in coronavirus cases at Tyneside universities for two weeks

22 October 2020

Newcastle and Northumbria University released their latest Covid-19 figures on Thursday.


‘One million people could arrive in UK from Hong Kong in five years’

‘One million people could arrive in UK from Hong Kong in five years’

‘One million people could arrive in UK from Hong Kong in five years’

22 October 2020

Home Office estimates suggest some 500,000 could arrive in the first year after the visa becomes available in January.


Indyref2 could take place next year, claims Holyrood minister

Indyref2 could take place next year, claims Holyrood minister

Indyref2 could take place next year, claims Holyrood minister

22 October 2020

But the Scottish Conservatives urged the SNP Government to instead focus on the country’s recovery from coronavirus.


Sunak promises extra financial support will not lead to prolonged restrictions

Sunak promises extra financial support will not lead to prolonged restrictions

Sunak promises extra financial support will not lead to prolonged restrictions

22 October 2020

Tory chair of the Treasury Select Committee Mel Stride called for the UK’s chief economist to join Number 10 press briefings on Covid-19.


Train operators warned over short notice timetable changes

Train operators warned over short notice timetable changes

Train operators warned over short notice timetable changes

22 October 2020

The Office of Rail and Road said train times are being altered more often than usual because of the impact of Covid-19.


Government accused of bending rules to suit the South with extra funding pledge

Government accused of bending rules to suit the South with extra funding pledge

Government accused of bending rules to suit the South with extra funding pledge

22 October 2020

The Chancellor announced billions for businesses under Tier 2 controls following the announcement that London was to be moved into that category.


Parents paid 13K for VIP entry to UK days before tragic migrant run, court told

Parents paid 13K for VIP entry to UK days before tragic migrant run, court told

Parents paid 13K for VIP entry to UK days before tragic migrant run, court told

22 October 2020

Witness X entered the UK 12 days before 39 Vietnamese nationals were found in a sealed lorry container.


Degree gap between black and white students ‘may take 66 years to close’

Degree gap between black and white students ‘may take 66 years to close’

Degree gap between black and white students ‘may take 66 years to close’

22 October 2020

Progress in narrowing the ethnicity gap across universities has been slow, the Advance HE executive says.


Covid-19 is not going to ‘wipe us out’ and people will have immunity – experts

Covid-19 is not going to ‘wipe us out’ and people will have immunity – experts

Covid-19 is not going to ‘wipe us out’ and people will have immunity – experts

22 October 2020

Professor Paul Lehner says our lives won’t always be affected by the virus and Professor Tracy Hussell wishes ‘herd immunity’ wasn’t such a dirty word


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