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Teenager faces £10,000 fine for having 50 guests at house party

Teenager faces £10,000 fine for having 50 guests at house party

Teenager faces £10,000 fine for having 50 guests at house party

12 September 2020

If the 19-year-old from Nottinghamshire fails to pay or contests the fine he will appear before a court.


Typhoon jets intercept two Russian aircraft off Scottish Coast

Typhoon jets intercept two Russian aircraft off Scottish Coast

Typhoon jets intercept two Russian aircraft off Scottish Coast

12 September 2020

The Quick Reaction Alert Typhoons are currently based at former RAF Leuchars.


Guernsey church projects Pride colours in show of LGBTQ+ support

Guernsey church projects Pride colours in show of LGBTQ+ support

Guernsey church projects Pride colours in show of LGBTQ+ support

12 September 2020

‘Supporting Pride is a great opportunity to show that the Town Church offers an inclusive welcome to all.’


UK coronavirus cases rise above 3,000 for second day in a row

UK coronavirus cases rise above 3,000 for second day in a row

UK coronavirus cases rise above 3,000 for second day in a row

12 September 2020

The Government said that as of 9am on Saturday, there had been a further 3,497 lab-confirmed cases.


‘It’s not hunting season on black people,’ mother tells protest at police HQ

‘It’s not hunting season on black people,’ mother tells protest at police HQ

‘It’s not hunting season on black people,’ mother tells protest at police HQ

12 September 2020

A crowd gathered outside the Metropolitan Police’s central London headquarters for a Black Lives Matter protest.


Boris Johnson fails to win over Tory rebels angered by Brexit legislation

Boris Johnson fails to win over Tory rebels angered by Brexit legislation

Boris Johnson fails to win over Tory rebels angered by Brexit legislation

12 September 2020

The rebels believe support is growing for their amendment to the UK Internal Market Bill.


University of Oxford resumes vaccine trials after pause

University of Oxford resumes vaccine trials after pause

University of Oxford resumes vaccine trials after pause

12 September 2020

The university confirmed that trials would resume across all UK clinical trial sites.


Tributes paid to ‘visionary’ Sir Terence Conran after death at 88

Tributes paid to ‘visionary’ Sir Terence Conran after death at 88

Tributes paid to ‘visionary’ Sir Terence Conran after death at 88

12 September 2020

‘Everything he did for business he would have done for pleasure,’ the family said.


Daily coronavirus cases hit four-month high in Scotland

Daily coronavirus cases hit four-month high in Scotland

Daily coronavirus cases hit four-month high in Scotland

12 September 2020

The statistics were announced as new measures on restricting the virus in Lanarkshire came into force.


In Pictures: NHS workers take to streets in pay protest

In Pictures: NHS workers take to streets in pay protest

In Pictures: NHS workers take to streets in pay protest

12 September 2020

Nurses were excluded from the wage increase for around 900,000 public sector workers announced in July.


Scottish Labour leader calls for party unity after surviving no confidence bid

Scottish Labour leader calls for party unity after surviving no confidence bid

Scottish Labour leader calls for party unity after surviving no confidence bid

12 September 2020

Several Scottish Labour MSPs have called for Richard Leonard to resign.


Homeless man to repay locals’ kindness with 24-hour charity bike ride

Homeless man to repay locals’ kindness with 24-hour charity bike ride

Homeless man to repay locals’ kindness with 24-hour charity bike ride

12 September 2020

‘I want to dedicate the rest of my life to raising money and doing little things like that,’ he said.


Meghan marks first anniversary of clothing collection

Meghan marks first anniversary of clothing collection

Meghan marks first anniversary of clothing collection

12 September 2020

The former Suits star hailed the ‘confidence’ the clothes bring which can propel women on to ‘the next layer of success’.


Motion of no confidence in Scottish Labour leader withdrawn

Motion of no confidence in Scottish Labour leader withdrawn

Motion of no confidence in Scottish Labour leader withdrawn

12 September 2020

Labour’s Scottish Executive Committee discussed a motion of no confidence in Richard Leonard’s leadership.


‘Visionary’ designer Sir Terence Conran dies aged 88

‘Visionary’ designer Sir Terence Conran dies aged 88

‘Visionary’ designer Sir Terence Conran dies aged 88

12 September 2020

He began his career making and selling furniture in London and launched Habitat in 1964.


Suspected bid to import cocaine haul worth £1m foiled

Suspected bid to import cocaine haul worth £1m foiled

Suspected bid to import cocaine haul worth £1m foiled

12 September 2020

Officers detained three men in the Essex area and two more in North Wales.


‘Stop clapping, start paying’: NHS workers demand better wages

‘Stop clapping, start paying’: NHS workers demand better wages

‘Stop clapping, start paying’: NHS workers demand better wages

12 September 2020

Nurses were excluded from the wage increase for around 900,000 public sector workers announced in July.


‘Nonsense’: Parents plead with Government to exempt children from ‘rule of six’

‘Nonsense’: Parents plead with Government to exempt children from ‘rule of six’

‘Nonsense’: Parents plead with Government to exempt children from ‘rule of six’

12 September 2020

A mother-of-six faces being unable to see any other adults, while one family has effectively been banned from seeing an ill 95-year-old relative.


Gove backs PM in warning Brussels could break up the UK without new Brexit Bill

Gove backs PM in warning Brussels could break up the UK without new Brexit Bill

Gove backs PM in warning Brussels could break up the UK without new Brexit Bill

12 September 2020

The Cabinet Office minister also insisted the Government could see off any Tory rebellion.


Sir Mo Farah victorious in Northern Ireland half marathon

Sir Mo Farah victorious in Northern Ireland half marathon

Sir Mo Farah victorious in Northern Ireland half marathon

12 September 2020

It was one of the first major sporting events following coronavirus lockdown and spectator numbers were significantly down.


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