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Fred Perry withdraws polo shirt associated with US far-right group

Fred Perry withdraws polo shirt associated with US far-right group

Fred Perry withdraws polo shirt associated with US far-right group

29 September 2020

The Proud Boys organisation was classified as an extremist group by the FBI in 2018.


New rapid antigen test: Key questions answered

New rapid antigen test: Key questions answered

New rapid antigen test: Key questions answered

29 September 2020

The World Health Organisation has hailed the rapid-diagnostic tests as “good news” in the global fight against the coronavirus pandemic.


What the papers say – September 29

What the papers say – September 29

What the papers say – September 29

29 September 2020

Boris Johnson facing a ‘Tory rebellion’ over coronavirus restrictions dominates the front pages.


Brexit trade talks resume amid war of words over Internal Market Bill

Brexit trade talks resume amid war of words over Internal Market Bill

Brexit trade talks resume amid war of words over Internal Market Bill

29 September 2020

Trading relations between Britain and Northern Ireland and fishing rights are among the subjects to be discussed in the ninth round of negotiations.


New BBC director-general to face grilling from MPs

New BBC director-general to face grilling from MPs

New BBC director-general to face grilling from MPs

29 September 2020

Tim Davie took over the job at the beginning of this month.


Ruling due on latest stage of Meghan’s High Court action over letter

Ruling due on latest stage of Meghan’s High Court action over letter

Ruling due on latest stage of Meghan’s High Court action over letter

29 September 2020

The duchess is suing the publisher of the Mail on Sunday over its publication of parts of a letter to her estranged father Thomas Markle.


Firm ran ‘misleading’ advert claiming Quorn reduces carbon footprint – watchdog

Firm ran ‘misleading’ advert claiming Quorn reduces carbon footprint – watchdog

Firm ran ‘misleading’ advert claiming Quorn reduces carbon footprint – watchdog

29 September 2020

The TV ad received 32 complaints after claiming that Quorn Thai Wondergrains ‘helps reduce our carbon footprint’.


Tory rebels may not get Covid powers vote but concessions brewing – reports

Tory rebels may not get Covid powers vote but concessions brewing – reports

Tory rebels may not get Covid powers vote but concessions brewing – reports

28 September 2020

Reports suggest an amendment demanding more scrutiny on Covid-19 social restrictions is unlikely to be put to a Commons vote.


Tighter lockdown measures for large parts of North East come in at midnight

Tighter lockdown measures for large parts of North East come in at midnight

Tighter lockdown measures for large parts of North East come in at midnight

28 September 2020

Matt Hancock said the incidence rate across the area is now more than 100 cases per 100,000.


Time to take politics out of the classroom, says ex-cabinet minister

Time to take politics out of the classroom, says ex-cabinet minister

Time to take politics out of the classroom, says ex-cabinet minister

28 September 2020

Former work and pensions secretary Esther McVey said pupils were being ‘indoctrinated’ in some schools.


PM to pledge life-long learning as part of post-pandemic jobs recovery plan

PM to pledge life-long learning as part of post-pandemic jobs recovery plan

PM to pledge life-long learning as part of post-pandemic jobs recovery plan

28 September 2020

Adults without an A-level or equivalent qualification will be offered a free, fully funded college course to provide them with ‘valued skills’


Pets from 81 countries vie for £3,000 comedy photography award

Pets from 81 countries vie for £3,000 comedy photography award

Pets from 81 countries vie for £3,000 comedy photography award

28 September 2020

The Mars Petcare Comedy Pet Photography Awards is entering its second year.


City leaders warn coronavirus restrictions could destroy hospitality sector

City leaders warn coronavirus restrictions could destroy hospitality sector

City leaders warn coronavirus restrictions could destroy hospitality sector

28 September 2020

Leaders from Liverpool, Leeds and Manchester made a joint plea.


Tougher lockdown measures for large parts of North East

Tougher lockdown measures for large parts of North East

Tougher lockdown measures for large parts of North East

28 September 2020

Matt Hancock said the incidence rate across the area is now more than 100 cases per 100,000.


Police told not to download Covid-19 app on work phones as downloads top 12m

Police told not to download Covid-19 app on work phones as downloads top 12m

Police told not to download Covid-19 app on work phones as downloads top 12m

28 September 2020

The Health Secretary urged MPs to download the NHS Covid-19 app, which launched on Thursday.


Education Secretary urged to ‘end Invisible Man act’ over university Covid spike

Education Secretary urged to ‘end Invisible Man act’ over university Covid spike

Education Secretary urged to ‘end Invisible Man act’ over university Covid spike

28 September 2020

Labour is set to demand answers over whether students will be able to return to their families at Christmas.


Coronavirus contact tracing app tops 12m downloads

Coronavirus contact tracing app tops 12m downloads

Coronavirus contact tracing app tops 12m downloads

28 September 2020

The Health Secretary urged MPs to also download the NHS Covid-19 app, which launched on Thursday.


Malta may seek return of Prince George’s shark tooth present

Malta may seek return of Prince George’s shark tooth present

Malta may seek return of Prince George’s shark tooth present

28 September 2020

Prince George was presented with the shark tooth by Sir David Attenborough.


I would have ripped off badly fitted Grenfell cladding, says contractor

I would have ripped off badly fitted Grenfell cladding, says contractor

I would have ripped off badly fitted Grenfell cladding, says contractor

28 September 2020

Mark Osborne said it would have been an ‘impossibility’ to ‘keep an eye on everything that was going on’.


In Pictures: Match fit – Boris Johnson bowls them over in PE lesson

In Pictures: Match fit – Boris Johnson bowls them over in PE lesson

In Pictures: Match fit – Boris Johnson bowls them over in PE lesson

28 September 2020

The Prime Minister has never been shy to take on a sporting challenge in the presence of cameras.


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