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Families of Manchester bombing victims to gather as inquiry begins

Families of Manchester bombing victims to gather as inquiry begins

Families of Manchester bombing victims to gather as inquiry begins

06 September 2020

Sir John Saunders, a retired High Court judge, will chair the Manchester Arena Inquiry.


Search goes on for Birmingham stabbings murder suspect

Search goes on for Birmingham stabbings murder suspect

Search goes on for Birmingham stabbings murder suspect

06 September 2020

A man was killed and seven other people were injured during the rampage.


UK Government refuses to declare Scotland drug deaths a public health emergency

UK Government refuses to declare Scotland drug deaths a public health emergency

UK Government refuses to declare Scotland drug deaths a public health emergency

06 September 2020

The most recent figures available show 1,187 people died from drug misuse in Scotland in 2018, the worst rate in the EU.


Labour demands answers from Hancock after daily Covid cases hit three-month high

Labour demands answers from Hancock after daily Covid cases hit three-month high

Labour demands answers from Hancock after daily Covid cases hit three-month high

06 September 2020

The shadow health secretary said Matt Hancock needed to ‘set out what is being done to get testing back on track and bring case numbers down’.


Parents of youngest Manchester bombing victim call for inquiry transparency

Parents of youngest Manchester bombing victim call for inquiry transparency

Parents of youngest Manchester bombing victim call for inquiry transparency

06 September 2020

The inquiry into the attack, which killed 22 people, will start on Monday.


CCTV footage released in hunt for Birmingham knifeman after fatal stabbing spree

CCTV footage released in hunt for Birmingham knifeman after fatal stabbing spree

CCTV footage released in hunt for Birmingham knifeman after fatal stabbing spree

06 September 2020

A man was killed and seven other people were injured during the rampage.


Nearly 3,000 new Covid-19 cases in UK’s biggest daily increase since May

Nearly 3,000 new Covid-19 cases in UK’s biggest daily increase since May

Nearly 3,000 new Covid-19 cases in UK’s biggest daily increase since May

06 September 2020

Most of the new cases of Covid-19 were found by community testing, Public Health England said.


Leaving EU without a deal would be good outcome for UK, says PM

Leaving EU without a deal would be good outcome for UK, says PM

Leaving EU without a deal would be good outcome for UK, says PM

06 September 2020

Boris Johnson will set the deadline of October 15 for securing a trade agreement – or vow to collapse the talks entirely.


‘Smirking’ knifeman was ‘so cold’ after stabbing woman in the throat – witness

‘Smirking’ knifeman was ‘so cold’ after stabbing woman in the throat – witness

‘Smirking’ knifeman was ‘so cold’ after stabbing woman in the throat – witness

06 September 2020

A bar and grill owner described the ‘cold’ attacker walking calmly away from the scene as bar staff followed him.


Extinction Rebellion protesters march to highlight marine pollution

Extinction Rebellion protesters march to highlight marine pollution

Extinction Rebellion protesters march to highlight marine pollution

06 September 2020

The procession was led by a group of dancers wearing blue gowns to represent the sea.


Assange’s partner tells of ‘heart-breaking’ impact if extradition goes ahead

Assange’s partner tells of ‘heart-breaking’ impact if extradition goes ahead

Assange’s partner tells of ‘heart-breaking’ impact if extradition goes ahead

06 September 2020

Julian Assange is wanted in the US over what it has called ‘one of the largest compromises of classified information’ in its history.


Conservative MP urged to apologise over ‘unacceptable’ accent comment

Conservative MP urged to apologise over ‘unacceptable’ accent comment

Conservative MP urged to apologise over ‘unacceptable’ accent comment

06 September 2020

Dehenna Davison claimed the Scottish Labour Party’s struggles are down to leader Richard Leonard’s accent.


Hunt for knifeman after fatal stabbing spree in Birmingham

Hunt for knifeman after fatal stabbing spree in Birmingham

Hunt for knifeman after fatal stabbing spree in Birmingham

06 September 2020

A man was killed and seven other people were injured during the rampage.


Labour seeks fire safety reforms amid ‘shameful’ lack of progress post-Grenfell

Labour seeks fire safety reforms amid ‘shameful’ lack of progress post-Grenfell

Labour seeks fire safety reforms amid ‘shameful’ lack of progress post-Grenfell

06 September 2020

MPs are to further consider the Fire Safety Bill in the House of Commons.


Marcus Rashford criticises Conservative MP for comments on child hunger

Marcus Rashford criticises Conservative MP for comments on child hunger

Marcus Rashford criticises Conservative MP for comments on child hunger

06 September 2020

The Manchester United footballer said he would urge MP Kevin Hollinrake to ‘talk to families before tweeting’.


What do we know about the Birmingham stabbings?

What do we know about the Birmingham stabbings?

What do we know about the Birmingham stabbings?

06 September 2020

West Midlands Police are searching for a lone suspect as part of a murder investigation.


Raab: Plausible alternative to Russian involvement in Navalny poisoning unlikely

Raab: Plausible alternative to Russian involvement in Navalny poisoning unlikely

Raab: Plausible alternative to Russian involvement in Navalny poisoning unlikely

06 September 2020

The Foreign Secretary said the Kremlin’s track record on using Novichok means there is a ‘case to answer’.


No silver bullet to deal with Covid-19 at airports, insists Raab

No silver bullet to deal with Covid-19 at airports, insists Raab

No silver bullet to deal with Covid-19 at airports, insists Raab

06 September 2020

Labour called for a review of methods being used to prevent the spread of coronavirus from those arriving in the UK.


DUP MP: Brexit Withdrawal Agreement must be scrapped or significantly changed

DUP MP: Brexit Withdrawal Agreement must be scrapped or significantly changed

DUP MP: Brexit Withdrawal Agreement must be scrapped or significantly changed

06 September 2020

Sammy Wilson insisted the DUP will not accept the deal, in comments apparently at odds with party leader Arlene Foster’s stance.


Six out of 10 teachers fear for pupils’ safety online post-lockdown – survey

Six out of 10 teachers fear for pupils’ safety online post-lockdown – survey

Six out of 10 teachers fear for pupils’ safety online post-lockdown – survey

06 September 2020

More than half of teachers believe the extended time away from class is likely to cause their pupils issues.


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