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Tiered system ‘inadequate’ for second lockdown exit, say medics

Tiered system ‘inadequate’ for second lockdown exit, say medics

Tiered system ‘inadequate’ for second lockdown exit, say medics

18 November 2020

The British Medical Association said the previous system was ‘inconsistent’ and did not contain the spread of coronavirus.


Lewis Hamilton vows to keep fighting against racial injustice

Lewis Hamilton vows to keep fighting against racial injustice

Lewis Hamilton vows to keep fighting against racial injustice

18 November 2020

He was named the most influential black person in Britain.


Key questions answered on petrol and diesel ban

Key questions answered on petrol and diesel ban

Key questions answered on petrol and diesel ban

18 November 2020

An acceleration of the ban will have a major impact on the automotive agency.


Starmer under pressure to withhold whip from Corbyn despite readmission to party

Starmer under pressure to withhold whip from Corbyn despite readmission to party

Starmer under pressure to withhold whip from Corbyn despite readmission to party

18 November 2020

The former party leader was suspended from Labour last month, but has been reinstated by the National Executive Committee.


The good, the bad and the rowdy: What you need to know about PMQs

The good, the bad and the rowdy: What you need to know about PMQs

The good, the bad and the rowdy: What you need to know about PMQs

17 November 2020

The rituals of PMQs might be baffling, but they are a unique part of UK democracy.


Police can resume dishing out £10,000 ‘super fines’ to Covid rule breakers

Police can resume dishing out £10,000 ‘super fines’ to Covid rule breakers

Police can resume dishing out £10,000 ‘super fines’ to Covid rule breakers

17 November 2020

The penalty has been off-limits to officers dealing with mass gatherings since last Friday after police chiefs raised concerns with the Home Office.


Profile: Corbyn’s readmission marks extraordinary chapter in political career

Profile: Corbyn’s readmission marks extraordinary chapter in political career

Profile: Corbyn’s readmission marks extraordinary chapter in political career

17 November 2020

The 71-year-old’s suspension last month marked a fall from grace after what many felt was an incredible rise up the Labour ranks.


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

17 November 2020

Hull, Hartlepool and Swale are currently recording the highest rates.


Starmer: Corbyn’s readmission to Labour marks ‘painful day’ for Jewish community

Starmer: Corbyn’s readmission to Labour marks ‘painful day’ for Jewish community

Starmer: Corbyn’s readmission to Labour marks ‘painful day’ for Jewish community

17 November 2020

The Labour leader said: ‘I will not allow a focus on one individual to prevent us from doing the vital work of tackling anti-Semitism.’


Jeremy Corbyn urges Labour to come together amid backlash over his readmission

Jeremy Corbyn urges Labour to come together amid backlash over his readmission

Jeremy Corbyn urges Labour to come together amid backlash over his readmission

17 November 2020

The former opposition leader said: ‘Our movement must now come together to oppose and defeat this deeply damaging Conservative government.’


What the 10-point green plan focuses on and why

What the 10-point green plan focuses on and why

What the 10-point green plan focuses on and why

17 November 2020

The Prime Minister has set out action in areas ranging from developing hydrogen to clean cars.


Jeremy Corbyn’s readmission to Labour met with fierce opposition

Jeremy Corbyn’s readmission to Labour met with fierce opposition

Jeremy Corbyn’s readmission to Labour met with fierce opposition

17 November 2020

Senior Labour MP Dame Margaret Hodge said: ‘This is a broken outcome from a broken system.’


Husband and wife with Covid-19 die 12 hours apart

Husband and wife with Covid-19 die 12 hours apart

Husband and wife with Covid-19 die 12 hours apart

17 November 2020

The family of Owen and Bredge Ward have spoken of their shock.


Home Office anticipates forces will resume handing out £10,000 ‘super fines’

Home Office anticipates forces will resume handing out £10,000 ‘super fines’

Home Office anticipates forces will resume handing out £10,000 ‘super fines’

17 November 2020

It earlier emerged forces were advised on Friday by the National Police Chiefs Council to stop handing out the levies.


Johnson to take part in PMQs from coronavirus self-isolation

Johnson to take part in PMQs from coronavirus self-isolation

Johnson to take part in PMQs from coronavirus self-isolation

17 November 2020

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer will be in the Commons chamber for the weekly clash with the Prime Minister on Wednesday as usual.


Charles launches virtual climate change festival

Charles launches virtual climate change festival

Charles launches virtual climate change festival

17 November 2020

Speakers at the It’s Time event range from broadcaster and children’s author Konnie Huq to criminal barrister and TV personality Judge Rinder.


Witnesses refuse to reveal if Swinney has asked about Salmond legal advice

Witnesses refuse to reveal if Swinney has asked about Salmond legal advice

Witnesses refuse to reveal if Swinney has asked about Salmond legal advice

17 November 2020

The Lord Advocate and Permanent Secretary both refused to say if the government has asked law officers about releasing legal advice.


Jeremy Corbyn to be ‘readmitted to Labour Party’

Jeremy Corbyn to be ‘readmitted to Labour Party’

Jeremy Corbyn to be ‘readmitted to Labour Party’

17 November 2020

Mr Corbyn has acknowledged that concerns around anti-Semitism in Labour were not ‘exaggerated’.


Ban on sales of new petrol and diesel cars and vans brought forward to 2030

Ban on sales of new petrol and diesel cars and vans brought forward to 2030

Ban on sales of new petrol and diesel cars and vans brought forward to 2030

17 November 2020

Boris Johnson has confirmed the move as he set out his 10-point plan for a ‘green industrial revolution’.


Union raises concerns about MSPs on Alex Salmond complaint committee

Union raises concerns about MSPs on Alex Salmond complaint committee

Union raises concerns about MSPs on Alex Salmond complaint committee

17 November 2020

FDA general secretary Dave Penman has written to the committee convener Linda Fabiani.


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