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Gordon Ramsay leads tributes to culinary ‘legend’ Albert Roux

Gordon Ramsay leads tributes to culinary ‘legend’ Albert Roux

Gordon Ramsay leads tributes to culinary ‘legend’ Albert Roux

06 January 2021

He was among the future stars who trained at Roux’s restaurant Le Gavroche.


Rare ant rescued from brink of extinction with help of DIY conservation tools

Rare ant rescued from brink of extinction with help of DIY conservation tools

Rare ant rescued from brink of extinction with help of DIY conservation tools

06 January 2021

The narrow-headed ant had been reduced to one site in England as a result of loss of heathland habitat.


Doodling duchess reveals childhood love of drawing horses everywhere

Doodling duchess reveals childhood love of drawing horses everywhere

Doodling duchess reveals childhood love of drawing horses everywhere

06 January 2021

Camilla chatted with author Charlie Mackesy about their shared past-time.


London Zoo completes annual stocktake during lockdown

London Zoo completes annual stocktake during lockdown

London Zoo completes annual stocktake during lockdown

06 January 2021

The zoo in London is home to 440 species, with plenty of new arrivals to count in its 2021 audit.


Conor McGregor donates to fundraiser for seriously ill mother

Conor McGregor donates to fundraiser for seriously ill mother

Conor McGregor donates to fundraiser for seriously ill mother

06 January 2021

The money will fund a new vital signs monitor for Catherine O’Leary, who has locked-in syndrome.


Students urged to engage with lessons amid uncertainty over GCSEs and A-levels

Students urged to engage with lessons amid uncertainty over GCSEs and A-levels

Students urged to engage with lessons amid uncertainty over GCSEs and A-levels

06 January 2021

Education Secretary Gavin Williamson is due to update MPs on his plans after schools and colleges were closed.


Marks & Spencer nears deal to buy Jaeger brand

Marks & Spencer nears deal to buy Jaeger brand

Marks & Spencer nears deal to buy Jaeger brand

06 January 2021

The retail giant is understood to be in the final throes of sealing a deal to buy the brand and stock, but not the stores.


Virginia Woolf’s literary confessions to be sold at auction

Virginia Woolf’s literary confessions to be sold at auction

Virginia Woolf’s literary confessions to be sold at auction

06 January 2021

Really and Truly: A Book of Literary Confessions contains pages of printed questions with 10 sets of handwritten answers dated between 1923 and 1927.


People need to follow tough new lockdown rules, says NI chief scientific adviser

People need to follow tough new lockdown rules, says NI chief scientific adviser

People need to follow tough new lockdown rules, says NI chief scientific adviser

06 January 2021

A spike in hospital admissions is not expected to peak until the final two weeks of January, Professor Ian Young said.


‘Very little data’ to back 12-week delay for second Pfizer jab – WHO

‘Very little data’ to back 12-week delay for second Pfizer jab – WHO

‘Very little data’ to back 12-week delay for second Pfizer jab – WHO

06 January 2021

British advisers have recommended delaying the second jab for up to 12 weeks in order to get more people vaccinated faster,


UK services sector activity continued decline in December amid restrictions

UK services sector activity continued decline in December amid restrictions

UK services sector activity continued decline in December amid restrictions

06 January 2021

The closely watched IHS Markit/CIPS Services purchasing managers’ index gave a reading of 49.4 last month,.


Mother fears son could die after Brexit halts supply of medical cannabis

Mother fears son could die after Brexit halts supply of medical cannabis

Mother fears son could die after Brexit halts supply of medical cannabis

06 January 2021

Hannah Deacon says the Department for Health has shown a ‘disgraceful’ lack of understanding of her son’s epilepsy.


Chef and restaurateur Albert Roux dies aged 85

Chef and restaurateur Albert Roux dies aged 85

Chef and restaurateur Albert Roux dies aged 85

06 January 2021

Roux founded Le Gavroche in London with his younger brother Michel in 1967.


Huge fall in new car sales last year, figures show

Huge fall in new car sales last year, figures show

Huge fall in new car sales last year, figures show

06 January 2021

New car registrations dropped to just over 1.6 million, according to the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders.


One in four deaths in week up to Christmas involved coronavirus

One in four deaths in week up to Christmas involved coronavirus

One in four deaths in week up to Christmas involved coronavirus

06 January 2021

There were 11,520 deaths registered in the week ending December 25.


Public face police checks if spotted away from home during lockdown, Met warns

Public face police checks if spotted away from home during lockdown, Met warns

Public face police checks if spotted away from home during lockdown, Met warns

06 January 2021

The force said the public should expect officers to be more ‘inquisitive’.


New Covid-19 variant less easy to control through lockdown – expert

New Covid-19 variant less easy to control through lockdown – expert

New Covid-19 variant less easy to control through lockdown – expert

06 January 2021

Lockdown measures have been imposed across the UK.


Johnson to address MPs ahead of vote on England’s lockdown

Johnson to address MPs ahead of vote on England’s lockdown

Johnson to address MPs ahead of vote on England’s lockdown

06 January 2021

MPs have been recalled to vote on the third national lockdown, which came into legal force on Wednesday.


First lockdown ‘led to less healthy lifestyle for many’

First lockdown ‘led to less healthy lifestyle for many’

First lockdown ‘led to less healthy lifestyle for many’

06 January 2021

A University of East Anglia study suggests that young people, women and those who are overweight were most likely to adopt unhealthy behaviours.


Greggs warns profits will not recover until at least 2022 as pandemic hits sales

Greggs warns profits will not recover until at least 2022 as pandemic hits sales

Greggs warns profits will not recover until at least 2022 as pandemic hits sales

06 January 2021

The bakery group said like-for-like sales fell by nearly a fifth over its fourth quarter to January 2.


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