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UK disappointed over ‘unusual’ EU stance on breaking trade deal deadlock

UK disappointed over ‘unusual’ EU stance on breaking trade deal deadlock

UK disappointed over ‘unusual’ EU stance on breaking trade deal deadlock

15 October 2020

Brussels has called on Britain to make the ‘necessary moves’ to ensure an agreement can be reached.


Top US doctor expects ‘more than one’ coronavirus vaccine by end of 2020

Top US doctor expects ‘more than one’ coronavirus vaccine by end of 2020

Top US doctor expects ‘more than one’ coronavirus vaccine by end of 2020

15 October 2020

Dr Anthony Fauci told a virtual summit that the country had ‘not yet seen the worst’ of effects caused by colder winter temperatures.


What are the latest changes to the UK’s travel quarantine list?

What are the latest changes to the UK’s travel quarantine list?

What are the latest changes to the UK’s travel quarantine list?

15 October 2020

Italy, San Marino and Vatican City State are being taken off the Government’s travel corridor list.


Starmer hit by resignations after rebellion among Labour MPs over ‘spy cops’ law

Starmer hit by resignations after rebellion among Labour MPs over ‘spy cops’ law

Starmer hit by resignations after rebellion among Labour MPs over ‘spy cops’ law

15 October 2020

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer had ordered his MPs to abstain on the third reading of the Covert Human Intelligence Sources Bill.


Grenfell chief thought design adviser ‘would not bring anything to project’

Grenfell chief thought design adviser ‘would not bring anything to project’

Grenfell chief thought design adviser ‘would not bring anything to project’

15 October 2020

Ms Williams said the decision not to hire was ‘not at all’ as a result of the costs involved.


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

15 October 2020

Nottingham, Knowsley and Liverpool continue to record the highest rates.


MPs reject attempts to specify in law limits on undercover agents

MPs reject attempts to specify in law limits on undercover agents

MPs reject attempts to specify in law limits on undercover agents

15 October 2020

The limits would have included causing death or bodily harm and violating the ‘sexual integrity’ of a person.


Brexit deal in sight, says Ireland’s foreign affairs minister

Brexit deal in sight, says Ireland’s foreign affairs minister

Brexit deal in sight, says Ireland’s foreign affairs minister

15 October 2020

But Simon Coveney warned that if it took until November to reach agreement, time would be ‘really running out’.


Opioid prescriptions in the UK rose between 2006 and 2017, study suggests

Opioid prescriptions in the UK rose between 2006 and 2017, study suggests

Opioid prescriptions in the UK rose between 2006 and 2017, study suggests

15 October 2020

The research indicates that overall 14.6% of patients with new opioid prescriptions became long-term users starting in their first year.


Government accused of contempt over Covid restrictions for the North

Government accused of contempt over Covid restrictions for the North

Government accused of contempt over Covid restrictions for the North

15 October 2020

A key sticking point is the extra funding that would be made available to Greater Manchester if harsher lockdown measures are imposed.


Italy loses quarantine exemption status

Italy loses quarantine exemption status

Italy loses quarantine exemption status

15 October 2020

Italy, San Marino and Vatican City State have lost their exemptions from the UK’s quarantine requirements for international arrivals.


Macron warning to Johnson over fishing rights amid Brexit talks

Macron warning to Johnson over fishing rights amid Brexit talks

Macron warning to Johnson over fishing rights amid Brexit talks

15 October 2020

The French president says there will be no EU trade deal with the UK unless the ‘right terms’ are agreed.


New London lockdown rules cost restaurant ‘£25,000 in a day’

New London lockdown rules cost restaurant ‘£25,000 in a day’

New London lockdown rules cost restaurant ‘£25,000 in a day’

15 October 2020

Andy Jones, of Jones & Sons, said 540 people who had booked in for Saturday have now cancelled.


More than 1,800 university students in North East tested positive in past week

More than 1,800 university students in North East tested positive in past week

More than 1,800 university students in North East tested positive in past week

15 October 2020

Teaching started a week later at Durham University, which recorded a big jump in numbers.


Fraction of global Covid-19 stimulus funds ‘could aid climate change effort’

Fraction of global Covid-19 stimulus funds ‘could aid climate change effort’

Fraction of global Covid-19 stimulus funds ‘could aid climate change effort’

15 October 2020

More than 12 trillion US dollars (£9 trillion) has been pledged in funds by governments worldwide to boost the economy.


Millions more under coronavirus restrictions as doubts raised about their impact

Millions more under coronavirus restrictions as doubts raised about their impact

Millions more under coronavirus restrictions as doubts raised about their impact

15 October 2020

London will move into Tier 2 from Saturday, with a ban on households mixing indoors.


Sarah, Duchess of York ’61, still red-headed and not out’ on birthday

Sarah, Duchess of York ’61, still red-headed and not out’ on birthday

Sarah, Duchess of York ’61, still red-headed and not out’ on birthday

15 October 2020

The duchess, who was nicknamed Fergie by the press, was also sent a message from her daughter Princess Eugenie.


Prosecution launched over Sala plane crash

Prosecution launched over Sala plane crash

Prosecution launched over Sala plane crash

15 October 2020

David Henderson, 66, is accused of acting in a ‘reckless/negligent’ manner.


Timeline of events surrounding Margaret Ferrier’s positive coronavirus test

Timeline of events surrounding Margaret Ferrier’s positive coronavirus test

Timeline of events surrounding Margaret Ferrier’s positive coronavirus test

15 October 2020

The MP travelled to the Commons despite having Covid-19 symptoms and returned to Scotland having tested positive.


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

15 October 2020

Marston’s has become the latest pub group to announce job cuts after being impacted by the pandemic.


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