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Anger, emotional upset and heavy physical exertion identified as stroke triggers

Anger, emotional upset and heavy physical exertion identified as stroke triggers

Anger, emotional upset and heavy physical exertion identified as stroke triggers

02 December 2021

The largest research project of its kind has been co-led by National University of Ireland Galway.


Christmas party numbers should not be limited, says No 10

Christmas party numbers should not be limited, says No 10

Christmas party numbers should not be limited, says No 10

02 December 2021

Business minister George Freeman had suggested festive gatherings could depend on how many are attending.


Covid loans worth £28bn ‘paid out before basic anti-fraud measures started’

Covid loans worth £28bn ‘paid out before basic anti-fraud measures started’

Covid loans worth £28bn ‘paid out before basic anti-fraud measures started’

02 December 2021

Billions of pounds might have been lost to fraudsters who fooled the Government’s bounce back loan scheme.


Grayson and Philippa Perry unveil new Art Club exhibition

Grayson and Philippa Perry unveil new Art Club exhibition

Grayson and Philippa Perry unveil new Art Club exhibition

02 December 2021

Bristol Museum and Art Gallery will be displaying works from season two of the Channel 4 series Grayson’s Art Club for the next year.


Duchess of Cornwall attends war memorial rededication service

Duchess of Cornwall attends war memorial rededication service

Duchess of Cornwall attends war memorial rededication service

02 December 2021

The Seend War Memorial was unveiled in February 1921 to commemorate the 25 soldiers from the parish who died during the First World War.


US steel tariffs link to Northern Ireland Protocol a ‘false narrative’ – Government

US steel tariffs link to Northern Ireland Protocol a ‘false narrative’ – Government

US steel tariffs link to Northern Ireland Protocol a ‘false narrative’ – Government

02 December 2021

A minister described the claims as a ‘false narrative’.


Homophobia issue ruled out in Stephen Port victims’ inquests

Homophobia issue ruled out in Stephen Port victims’ inquests

Homophobia issue ruled out in Stephen Port victims’ inquests

02 December 2021

Port, 46, was jailed for murdering four young gay men over 16 months.


British veteran’s virtual learning tool helps to educate girls in Afghanistan

British veteran’s virtual learning tool helps to educate girls in Afghanistan

British veteran’s virtual learning tool helps to educate girls in Afghanistan

02 December 2021

Afghan Buddy Box originally started off as a cardboard box and then became a virtual, cloud-based learning tool.


Wishart: Sleazy cesspit of Westminster is fuelling desire for independence

Wishart: Sleazy cesspit of Westminster is fuelling desire for independence

Wishart: Sleazy cesspit of Westminster is fuelling desire for independence

02 December 2021

The SNP MP highlighted a recent poll showing majority support for Scotland to leave the UK.


Government misses secondary school teacher training target

Government misses secondary school teacher training target

Government misses secondary school teacher training target

02 December 2021

Fewer than a quarter of the physics teachers needed were recruited this year, new figures show.


Thousands still without power as snow falls in parts of UK

Thousands still without power as snow falls in parts of UK

Thousands still without power as snow falls in parts of UK

02 December 2021

Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks said 3,100 people are still off supply.


RAF innovation node set up in Northern Ireland

RAF innovation node set up in Northern Ireland

RAF innovation node set up in Northern Ireland

02 December 2021

It will aim to grow the supply chain in the region.


Teenager charged in connection with 16-year-old girl’s death

Teenager charged in connection with 16-year-old girl’s death

Teenager charged in connection with 16-year-old girl’s death

02 December 2021

Amber Gibson’s body was found in Hamilton on Sunday morning.


Warning over pilots’ lack of flying after ‘serious incident’ involving Tui plane

Warning over pilots’ lack of flying after ‘serious incident’ involving Tui plane

Warning over pilots’ lack of flying after ‘serious incident’ involving Tui plane

02 December 2021

The flight from the Spanish island of Majorca to Aberdeen descended rapidly and unexpectedly.


HSBC, Barclays and NatWest fined by EU for foreign exchange cartel

HSBC, Barclays and NatWest fined by EU for foreign exchange cartel

HSBC, Barclays and NatWest fined by EU for foreign exchange cartel

02 December 2021

HSBC was hit with the highest penalty, at 174.3 million euros (£148.3 million), for its role in rigging the foreign exchange spot trading market.


Men spitting at Hanukkah party bus a ‘bigoted antisemitic attack’, says rabbi

Men spitting at Hanukkah party bus a ‘bigoted antisemitic attack’, says rabbi

Men spitting at Hanukkah party bus a ‘bigoted antisemitic attack’, says rabbi

02 December 2021

A rabbi who was on board the vehicle said the passengers were targeted for being Jewish.


Meghan hits out at publisher of Mail on Sunday after Court of Appeal ruling

Meghan hits out at publisher of Mail on Sunday after Court of Appeal ruling

Meghan hits out at publisher of Mail on Sunday after Court of Appeal ruling

02 December 2021

Meghan sued Associated Newspapers Limited over five articles that reproduced parts of a ‘personal and private’ letter to Thomas Markle.


British Rubik’s Cube champion looks ahead to world cup

British Rubik’s Cube champion looks ahead to world cup

British Rubik’s Cube champion looks ahead to world cup

02 December 2021

Despite last year’s success, 19-year-old Chris Mills said ‘there’s always more stuff to learn’.


London Underground warns of disruption to Night Tube services this weekend

London Underground warns of disruption to Night Tube services this weekend

London Underground warns of disruption to Night Tube services this weekend

02 December 2021

Members of the RMT union will stage a second round of strikes in a row over new rosters.


Family of endangered Asian elephants undecorate their Christmas tree

Family of endangered Asian elephants undecorate their Christmas tree

Family of endangered Asian elephants undecorate their Christmas tree

02 December 2021

The family of elephants had fun pulling, shaking off and eating the Christmas decorations.


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