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Teenager found guilty of murdering boy, 16, with zombie knife

Teenager found guilty of murdering boy, 16, with zombie knife

Teenager found guilty of murdering boy, 16, with zombie knife

18 September 2020

Louis Johnson was stabbed to death at East Croydon railway station on the afternoon of January 27.


Job losses: Major cuts since the start of the pandemic

Job losses: Major cuts since the start of the pandemic

Job losses: Major cuts since the start of the pandemic

18 September 2020

More than 180,000 jobs have been lost in the last six months.


Pick-up artist’s conviction for targeting women quashed

Pick-up artist’s conviction for targeting women quashed

Pick-up artist’s conviction for targeting women quashed

18 September 2020

Adnan Ahmed was jailed for two years in October 2019 over incidents in Glasgow city centre.


Covid-19 restrictions ‘not fair or fitting’ for Pendle, says council leader

Covid-19 restrictions ‘not fair or fitting’ for Pendle, says council leader

Covid-19 restrictions ‘not fair or fitting’ for Pendle, says council leader

18 September 2020

Local measures have been in place for weeks.


UK’s R value remains above 1 as Sage warns infections may be doubling every week

UK’s R value remains above 1 as Sage warns infections may be doubling every week

UK’s R value remains above 1 as Sage warns infections may be doubling every week

18 September 2020

The experts are urging people to adhere to current Government guidelines in a bid to slow the spread of coronavirus.


Lockdown restrictions lead to increase in Muslim couples finding love online

Lockdown restrictions lead to increase in Muslim couples finding love online

Lockdown restrictions lead to increase in Muslim couples finding love online

18 September 2020

When lockdown first came into force in March, meeting a future spouse via familial connections was no longer an option for many younger people.


£95 million Government funding to aid high street recovery

£95 million Government funding to aid high street recovery

£95 million Government funding to aid high street recovery

18 September 2020

The Historic England scheme will see disused and dilapidated buildings restored into new homes, shops and workplaces.


Union warns 1,800 jobs at risk in NI aerospace industry

Union warns 1,800 jobs at risk in NI aerospace industry

Union warns 1,800 jobs at risk in NI aerospace industry

18 September 2020

The pandemic has prompted a dramatic downturn in demand for new aircraft as the number of passengers plummets.


Peer: Despicable to blame Government for Covid-19 death rate given obesity

Peer: Despicable to blame Government for Covid-19 death rate given obesity

Peer: Despicable to blame Government for Covid-19 death rate given obesity

18 September 2020

Tory Lord McColl of Dulwich said Labour should back the Prime Minister’s campaign to reduce obesity.


‘The steep rise is off the scale’ – Reaction to new Midlands lockdown measures

‘The steep rise is off the scale’ – Reaction to new Midlands lockdown measures

‘The steep rise is off the scale’ – Reaction to new Midlands lockdown measures

18 September 2020

Residents have been urged to change their behaviour.


UK joins initiative for Covid-19 vaccine discovery, manufacture and distribution

UK joins initiative for Covid-19 vaccine discovery, manufacture and distribution

UK joins initiative for Covid-19 vaccine discovery, manufacture and distribution

18 September 2020

Business Secretary Alok Sharma has confirmed the Covax agreement.


Restrictions in North West of England welcomed but leaders ‘disappointed’

Restrictions in North West of England welcomed but leaders ‘disappointed’

Restrictions in North West of England welcomed but leaders ‘disappointed’

18 September 2020

The measures will affect more than five million people in the region.


Sailing of Royal Navy aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth delayed again

Sailing of Royal Navy aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth delayed again

Sailing of Royal Navy aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth delayed again

18 September 2020

Heavy winds were blamed for fourth postponement this year at Portsmouth Naval Base.


London two weeks behind regions under local lockdown, warns Sadiq Khan

London two weeks behind regions under local lockdown, warns Sadiq Khan

London two weeks behind regions under local lockdown, warns Sadiq Khan

18 September 2020

The mayor urged Londoners to stick to the rules as he said he is concerned about rising coronavirus cases in the capital.


Woman sentenced for smashing wine glass in Miss England finalist’s face

Woman sentenced for smashing wine glass in Miss England finalist’s face

Woman sentenced for smashing wine glass in Miss England finalist’s face

18 September 2020

Olivia Cooke needed stitches for facial injuries caused by China Gold following an incident at a pub in Kent in October 2018.


New rules to help businesses tackle fraud

New rules to help businesses tackle fraud

New rules to help businesses tackle fraud

18 September 2020

Campaigners say billions of pounds are laundered each year using UK-registered companies.


Citizen scientists help experts predict when harmful solar storms will hit Earth

Citizen scientists help experts predict when harmful solar storms will hit Earth

Citizen scientists help experts predict when harmful solar storms will hit Earth

18 September 2020

Coronal mass ejections are capable of damaging satellites, overloading power grids and exposing astronauts to harmful radiation, scientists say.


‘Circuit break’ lockdown move could temporarily slow Covid-19 spread – experts

‘Circuit break’ lockdown move could temporarily slow Covid-19 spread – experts

‘Circuit break’ lockdown move could temporarily slow Covid-19 spread – experts

18 September 2020

But experts say the approach would only defer the challenges of the pandemic.


Calls for Van Morrison to be stripped of city honour

Calls for Van Morrison to be stripped of city honour

Calls for Van Morrison to be stripped of city honour

18 September 2020

The musician was given freedom of the city of Belfast in 2013.


Assange ‘offered win-win deal by Trump over Democrats’ emails source’

Assange ‘offered win-win deal by Trump over Democrats’ emails source’

Assange ‘offered win-win deal by Trump over Democrats’ emails source’

18 September 2020

The WikiLeaks founder’s extradition hearing was told that Trump associates sought the source of leaks from the Democratic National Committee.


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