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England and Scotland Euro clash earns bumper viewing numbers

England and Scotland Euro clash earns bumper viewing numbers

England and Scotland Euro clash earns bumper viewing numbers

19 June 2021

The broadcast also broke a streaming record for ITV.


Two Covid-19 vaccines ‘may mean avoiding 10 days of self-isolation’

Two Covid-19 vaccines ‘may mean avoiding 10 days of self-isolation’

Two Covid-19 vaccines ‘may mean avoiding 10 days of self-isolation’

19 June 2021

Matt Hancock is reportedly keen to replace quarantine with daily testing.


Liverpool leaders fear city could lose world heritage status

Liverpool leaders fear city could lose world heritage status

Liverpool leaders fear city could lose world heritage status

19 June 2021

The waterfront area of the city was named a World Heritage Site by Unesco in 2004.


Cautious optimism as ‘race is on’ between Covid-19 vaccine and third wave

Cautious optimism as ‘race is on’ between Covid-19 vaccine and third wave

Cautious optimism as ‘race is on’ between Covid-19 vaccine and third wave

19 June 2021

There has been a 79% rise in one week in cases of the Delta variant first identified in India.


Pilots issue mayday as data suggests UK aviation ‘worst hit by travel rules’

Pilots issue mayday as data suggests UK aviation ‘worst hit by travel rules’

Pilots issue mayday as data suggests UK aviation ‘worst hit by travel rules’

19 June 2021

Balpa said the number of flights into and out of the UK has fallen by three-quarters compared to 2019.


Findings of report into Daniel Morgan’s death are ‘national shame’, son says

Findings of report into Daniel Morgan’s death are ‘national shame’, son says

Findings of report into Daniel Morgan’s death are ‘national shame’, son says

19 June 2021

An independent panel set up to look into the case published a report in which it accused the Met of ‘a form of institutional corruption’.


Police arrest 30 in operation for England-Scotland clash

Police arrest 30 in operation for England-Scotland clash

Police arrest 30 in operation for England-Scotland clash

19 June 2021

The Met said it finally managed to clear out Leicester Square at about 1.15am on Saturday.


Dame Andrea Leadsom: People have become used to being on furlough

Dame Andrea Leadsom: People have become used to being on furlough

Dame Andrea Leadsom: People have become used to being on furlough

19 June 2021

The former business secretary said some businesses in her South Northamptonshire constituency are struggling to get employees to return to work.


Rain forecast for south of England as flood alerts remain in place

Rain forecast for south of England as flood alerts remain in place

Rain forecast for south of England as flood alerts remain in place

19 June 2021

Some sporadic showers are also forecast for Scotland.


What the papers say – June 19

What the papers say – June 19

What the papers say – June 19

19 June 2021

England’s scoreless Euros draw with Scotland features among Saturday’s front pages.


Rising inflation could cut average household incomes by £700, study suggests

Rising inflation could cut average household incomes by £700, study suggests

Rising inflation could cut average household incomes by £700, study suggests

19 June 2021

Resolution Foundation urges Chancellor to cancel planned cut to Universal Credit this Autumn.


Met Police arrest 26 people as crowds celebrate scoreless Euros clash

Met Police arrest 26 people as crowds celebrate scoreless Euros clash

Met Police arrest 26 people as crowds celebrate scoreless Euros clash

19 June 2021

The Met said arrests were made for offences including public order and assault on a police officer.


Two in five disadvantaged pupils believe they will receive unfair grades – poll

Two in five disadvantaged pupils believe they will receive unfair grades – poll

Two in five disadvantaged pupils believe they will receive unfair grades – poll

19 June 2021

A majority of students fear they will not be able to successfully appeal against grades they think are not reflective of ability, a survey suggests.


Royal British Legion to ‘stop selling poppies in the EU due to Brexit’

Royal British Legion to ‘stop selling poppies in the EU due to Brexit’

Royal British Legion to ‘stop selling poppies in the EU due to Brexit’

18 June 2021

The charity has branches across the world, including in Europe, and uses the poppies as a fundraising effort to help the British Armed Forces.


Suez Canal crisis cargo vessel now legally grounded amid compensation claim

Suez Canal crisis cargo vessel now legally grounded amid compensation claim

Suez Canal crisis cargo vessel now legally grounded amid compensation claim

18 June 2021

The Ever Given ran aground on March 23 in the Suez Canal, the narrow waterway dividing continental Africa from the Asian Sinai Peninsula.


Johnson under pressure over planning reforms following by-election defeat

Johnson under pressure over planning reforms following by-election defeat

Johnson under pressure over planning reforms following by-election defeat

18 June 2021

The HS2 rail line being built through the constituency was a major issue in the campaign.


More than a dozen people arrested after England v Scotland draw

More than a dozen people arrested after England v Scotland draw

More than a dozen people arrested after England v Scotland draw

18 June 2021

The Metropolitan Police said 18 males had been arrested as part of the overall policing operation.


South East sees month’s worth of rainfall in one day

South East sees month’s worth of rainfall in one day

South East sees month’s worth of rainfall in one day

18 June 2021

The Environment Agency has issued 39 flood alerts, where flooding is possible, in several areas across England.


Pornhub sued by dozens of women alleging it profits from non-consensual content

Pornhub sued by dozens of women alleging it profits from non-consensual content

Pornhub sued by dozens of women alleging it profits from non-consensual content

18 June 2021

The adult video website is allegedly a ‘criminal enterprise’ similar to that of the fictional Sopranos mafia.


Key aide to Starmer quits after Labour suffers another by-election blow

Key aide to Starmer quits after Labour suffers another by-election blow

Key aide to Starmer quits after Labour suffers another by-election blow

18 June 2021

Ben Nunn is quitting as the Labour leader’s director of communications.


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