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CCTV issued as police ‘increasingly concerned’ for woman missing since Wednesday

CCTV issued as police ‘increasingly concerned’ for woman missing since Wednesday

CCTV issued as police ‘increasingly concerned’ for woman missing since Wednesday

06 March 2021

Sarah Everard left a friend’s house in Clapham, south London, at around 9pm and began walking home to Brixton.


Demonstration against Irish lockdown passes peacefully

Demonstration against Irish lockdown passes peacefully

Demonstration against Irish lockdown passes peacefully

06 March 2021

There was a heavy police presence in Cork on Saturday afternoon after violent scenes at a protest in Dublin last weekend.


Tory ex-cabinet minister produces insurance-based social care proposals

Tory ex-cabinet minister produces insurance-based social care proposals

Tory ex-cabinet minister produces insurance-based social care proposals

06 March 2021

Lord Lilly said plugging the hole in social care budgets was the ‘biggest priority’ for the sector.


Queen pictured as she marks Commonwealth Day

Queen pictured as she marks Commonwealth Day

Queen pictured as she marks Commonwealth Day

06 March 2021

In the image the monarch wears the chrysanthemum brooch, made from sapphires and diamonds set in platinum.


Coronavirus vaccine invites rolled out for 56-59 age group

Coronavirus vaccine invites rolled out for 56-59 age group

Coronavirus vaccine invites rolled out for 56-59 age group

06 March 2021

It comes after eight in 10 people aged 65-69 took up the offer of a jab.


Rangers fans breach lockdown restrictions with Ibrox gathering

Rangers fans breach lockdown restrictions with Ibrox gathering

Rangers fans breach lockdown restrictions with Ibrox gathering

06 March 2021

Football games are taking place behind closed doors with no fans in the stadium.


Kate highlights public support for ‘amazing’ work of frontline staff

Kate highlights public support for ‘amazing’ work of frontline staff

Kate highlights public support for ‘amazing’ work of frontline staff

06 March 2021

The royal family will appear in a BBC show called A Celebration For Commonwealth Day being screened on Sunday.


Child dies following rescue from maisonette fire

Child dies following rescue from maisonette fire

Child dies following rescue from maisonette fire

06 March 2021

Six engines and around 40 firefighters were called to the blaze at the block of flats in Greenwich, south London.


Investigation launched into soldier’s death after live firing exercise

Investigation launched into soldier’s death after live firing exercise

Investigation launched into soldier’s death after live firing exercise

06 March 2021

The incident occurred at the Castlemartin RAC Range in Pembrokeshire on Thursday.


‘Next few weeks crucial’ as school run parents warned over Covid rule-breaking

‘Next few weeks crucial’ as school run parents warned over Covid rule-breaking

‘Next few weeks crucial’ as school run parents warned over Covid rule-breaking

06 March 2021

Schools in England are due to reopen from Monday.


Ex-Tory health minister: Now is not the time for NHS pay restraint

Ex-Tory health minister: Now is not the time for NHS pay restraint

Ex-Tory health minister: Now is not the time for NHS pay restraint

06 March 2021

Health Secretary Matt Hancock has argued the 1% rise recommended is ‘what is affordable’ in the face of challenging public finances.


Ireland approaching half a million vaccination mark

Ireland approaching half a million vaccination mark

Ireland approaching half a million vaccination mark

06 March 2021

Taoiseach Micheal Martin welcomed the milestone but urged the public to remain vigilant against virus variants.


Sir Alex Ferguson feared he would never speak again after brain operation

Sir Alex Ferguson feared he would never speak again after brain operation

Sir Alex Ferguson feared he would never speak again after brain operation

06 March 2021

The former Manchester United manager was speaking during a virtual Q&A at Glasgow Film Festival.


NHS pay rise of 1% is half of what was included in budgets, says trusts group

NHS pay rise of 1% is half of what was included in budgets, says trusts group

NHS pay rise of 1% is half of what was included in budgets, says trusts group

06 March 2021

NHS Providers is challenging the Government over a recommendation for health workers to receive a 1% pay rise.


Gavin Williamson: Monday’s return to school is start of road back to normality

Gavin Williamson: Monday’s return to school is start of road back to normality

Gavin Williamson: Monday’s return to school is start of road back to normality

06 March 2021

Those returning to secondary schools will find safety measures including face coverings in classrooms while rapid Covid-19 tests have been introduced.


What the papers say – March 6

What the papers say – March 6

What the papers say – March 6

06 March 2021

A controversial pay offer for NHS staff leads many of the front pages on Saturday.


UK campaign to find unsung heroes launched to mark 500 days of Covid in June

UK campaign to find unsung heroes launched to mark 500 days of Covid in June

UK campaign to find unsung heroes launched to mark 500 days of Covid in June

06 March 2021

The Journalists’ Charity, founded by Charles Dickens in 1864, has launched a national campaign to recognise the unsung heroes of the pandemic.


Hancock hails ‘encouraging’ data ahead of first stage of lockdown easing

Hancock hails ‘encouraging’ data ahead of first stage of lockdown easing

Hancock hails ‘encouraging’ data ahead of first stage of lockdown easing

06 March 2021

Matt Hancock said the data meant the Government would press on with plans to lift the lockdown.


Soldier dies after being injured in live fire training exercise in Wales

Soldier dies after being injured in live fire training exercise in Wales

Soldier dies after being injured in live fire training exercise in Wales

06 March 2021

It is understood the incident occurred at Castlemartin Training Area in Pembrokeshire


UK ‘plans to cut aid to war-torn countries’

UK ‘plans to cut aid to war-torn countries’

UK ‘plans to cut aid to war-torn countries’

06 March 2021

A leaked report from the Foreign Office suggests some countries could have their aid reduced by up to two thirds.


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