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Ex-husband of Formula One heiress appears in court on cocaine charge

Ex-husband of Formula One heiress appears in court on cocaine charge

Ex-husband of Formula One heiress appears in court on cocaine charge

18 November 2020

James Stunt is also accused of criminal damage, assault, harassment and theft.


Urgent funding needed to meet care home visits pledge, providers warn

Urgent funding needed to meet care home visits pledge, providers warn

Urgent funding needed to meet care home visits pledge, providers warn

18 November 2020

Care homes spent £4,000 on average to facilitate visits over October, a survey has found.


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

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

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

18 November 2020

The Duchess of Sussex is suing Associated Newspapers Ltd over an article which printed parts of a letter she wrote to her father.


‘Humble and kind’ Harry helps military veterans by packing food parcels in LA

‘Humble and kind’ Harry helps military veterans by packing food parcels in LA

‘Humble and kind’ Harry helps military veterans by packing food parcels in LA

18 November 2020

The Duke of Sussex volunteered with the Walker Family Events Foundation.


Jeremy Corbyn will not have Labour whip restored, Sir Keir Starmer says

Jeremy Corbyn will not have Labour whip restored, Sir Keir Starmer says

Jeremy Corbyn will not have Labour whip restored, Sir Keir Starmer says

18 November 2020

The former leader will have to sit as an independent MP


Co-op reveals rise in verbal abuse and assaults against staff during pandemic

Co-op reveals rise in verbal abuse and assaults against staff during pandemic

Co-op reveals rise in verbal abuse and assaults against staff during pandemic

18 November 2020

Campaigners say the research proves the need for tougher laws to protect shop workers.


How the move to net zero will change our homes

How the move to net zero will change our homes

How the move to net zero will change our homes

18 November 2020

Tackling the climate crisis will transform every part of people’s lives by the 2030s, including our houses.


Delia Smith’s mother Etty Smith dies aged 100

Delia Smith’s mother Etty Smith dies aged 100

Delia Smith’s mother Etty Smith dies aged 100

18 November 2020

Etty Smith was said to have “set the standards” for Delia’s cooking.


Too early to say if Covid restrictions will be eased over Christmas – Sharma

Too early to say if Covid restrictions will be eased over Christmas – Sharma

Too early to say if Covid restrictions will be eased over Christmas – Sharma

18 November 2020

Ministers hope to be able to allow families to be reunited at the end of a ‘difficult year’.


Farmer grateful for fans’ ‘overwhelming’ support after death of goose mascot

Farmer grateful for fans’ ‘overwhelming’ support after death of goose mascot

Farmer grateful for fans’ ‘overwhelming’ support after death of goose mascot

18 November 2020

Chris Franklin runs Caenhill Countryside Centre whose animal-themed social media output has been a hit in lockdown.


Head of NHS Test and Trace told to self-isolate by own service

Head of NHS Test and Trace told to self-isolate by own service

Head of NHS Test and Trace told to self-isolate by own service

18 November 2020

Baroness Dido Harding has been told she must self-isolate until the end of November 26.


Half of Londoners have considered leaving the capital due to virus – report

Half of Londoners have considered leaving the capital due to virus – report

Half of Londoners have considered leaving the capital due to virus – report

18 November 2020

Two fifths of Londoners temporarily moved out of the city at some point during the pandemic to live somewhere less populated, says Arup.


‘Voicing’ process marks final stage of York Minster Grand Organ refurbishment

‘Voicing’ process marks final stage of York Minster Grand Organ refurbishment

‘Voicing’ process marks final stage of York Minster Grand Organ refurbishment

18 November 2020

It is hoped that the fully refurbished instrument will be back in use by spring 2021.


Sir Keir Starmer urged not to restore Labour whip to Jeremy Corbyn

Sir Keir Starmer urged not to restore Labour whip to Jeremy Corbyn

Sir Keir Starmer urged not to restore Labour whip to Jeremy Corbyn

18 November 2020

It comes after the former leader’s suspension from the party was lifted by its ruling National Executive Committee.


Millennium Seed Bank marks 20 years with 2.4bn seeds preserved

Millennium Seed Bank marks 20 years with 2.4bn seeds preserved

Millennium Seed Bank marks 20 years with 2.4bn seeds preserved

18 November 2020

The site at Wakehurst, Sussex, was created at the turn of the new millennium as a ‘Noah’s Ark for plants’.


RSA Insurance agrees £7.2bn takeover by overseas rivals

RSA Insurance agrees £7.2bn takeover by overseas rivals

RSA Insurance agrees £7.2bn takeover by overseas rivals

18 November 2020

Intact Financial Corporation and Danish insurer Tryg will pay 685p a share, plus a dividend, under the terms of the cash deal.


Inflation jumps on back of rising cost of clothing and food

Inflation jumps on back of rising cost of clothing and food

Inflation jumps on back of rising cost of clothing and food

18 November 2020

The Office for National Statistics said Consumer Prices Index inflation rose to 0.7% in October from 0.5% in September.


Taxis stored in fields as cabbies say passengers have ‘evaporated’

Taxis stored in fields as cabbies say passengers have ‘evaporated’

Taxis stored in fields as cabbies say passengers have ‘evaporated’

18 November 2020

Fields dotted around the edge of London are being used to store unwanted taxis.


London cabbie says job is ‘completely different’ due to coronavirus

London cabbie says job is ‘completely different’ due to coronavirus

London cabbie says job is ‘completely different’ due to coronavirus

18 November 2020

Andy Biggs says his takings are down 80% as he sometimes only has three customers in a day.


What the papers say – November 18

What the papers say – November 18

What the papers say – November 18

18 November 2020

The PM’s ‘green revolution’ leads Wednesday’s papers.


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