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Coleen Rooney post about Rebekah Vardy clearly identified her as guilty – judge

Coleen Rooney post about Rebekah Vardy clearly identified her as guilty – judge

Coleen Rooney post about Rebekah Vardy clearly identified her as guilty – judge

20 November 2020

The pair are in court over claims Mrs Vardy leaked ‘false stories’ from Mrs Rooney’s personal Instagram account.


‘Naive and gullible’ but not a people-smuggler, migrant deaths accused says

‘Naive and gullible’ but not a people-smuggler, migrant deaths accused says

‘Naive and gullible’ but not a people-smuggler, migrant deaths accused says

20 November 2020

Eamonn Harrison, of Co Down, Northern Ireland, has denied the manslaughter of 39 migrants.


What are the latest coronavirus restrictions across the UK?

What are the latest coronavirus restrictions across the UK?

What are the latest coronavirus restrictions across the UK?

20 November 2020

A second round of lockdown restrictions have been in place in the UK for several weeks and different rules remain in place in each of the nations.


Gatwick to open Covid-19 testing facility

Gatwick to open Covid-19 testing facility

Gatwick to open Covid-19 testing facility

20 November 2020

The service could help passengers travelling to destinations requiring them to produce evidence of a recent negative test.


New restrictions in Scotland will lower Covid-19 risk at Christmas – Sturgeon

New restrictions in Scotland will lower Covid-19 risk at Christmas – Sturgeon

New restrictions in Scotland will lower Covid-19 risk at Christmas – Sturgeon

20 November 2020

The First Minister gave the daily update ahead of new coronavirus restrictions taking effect from 6pm on Friday.


Refusal to permit Alex Salmond inquiry witnesses unacceptable, warns committee

Refusal to permit Alex Salmond inquiry witnesses unacceptable, warns committee

Refusal to permit Alex Salmond inquiry witnesses unacceptable, warns committee

20 November 2020

The Scottish Deputy First Minister has said two members of Government staff cannot answer questions from MSPs.


Ministerial standards adviser quits as PM contradicts his Patel bullying advice

Ministerial standards adviser quits as PM contradicts his Patel bullying advice

Ministerial standards adviser quits as PM contradicts his Patel bullying advice

20 November 2020

Sir Alex Allan said the Home Secretary’s behaviour met the definition of bullying adopted by the civil service.


Jeremy Kyle may have caused or contributed to death of TV show guest – coroner

Jeremy Kyle may have caused or contributed to death of TV show guest – coroner

Jeremy Kyle may have caused or contributed to death of TV show guest – coroner

20 November 2020

Steve Dymond, 63, is suspected to have taken his own life seven days after filming The Jeremy Kyle Show.


How can Rishi Sunak plug the hole in public finances?

How can Rishi Sunak plug the hole in public finances?

How can Rishi Sunak plug the hole in public finances?

20 November 2020

The UK’s debt is now more than 100% of national income.


Substantial regional differences in Covid-19 infections across England, says ONS

Substantial regional differences in Covid-19 infections across England, says ONS

Substantial regional differences in Covid-19 infections across England, says ONS

20 November 2020

New increases appear to be driven by infections in younger people, the Office for National Statistics said.


William praises Diana Award ambassadors for work to tackle online bullying

William praises Diana Award ambassadors for work to tackle online bullying

William praises Diana Award ambassadors for work to tackle online bullying

20 November 2020

The programme was set up in memory of the princess and her belief that young people have the power to change the world.


Johnson defends Patel as report finds she broke ministerial code

Johnson defends Patel as report finds she broke ministerial code

Johnson defends Patel as report finds she broke ministerial code

20 November 2020

A Government statement said Mr Johnson has ‘full confidence’ in Ms Patel and ‘considers this matter now closed’.


Tory MP urges correction from Hancock after he hails lockdown impact

Tory MP urges correction from Hancock after he hails lockdown impact

Tory MP urges correction from Hancock after he hails lockdown impact

20 November 2020

Former minister Steve Baker said scientists had been clear that the effect of England’s second lockdown was not known yet.


In Pictures: Edinburgh Zoo lights up for Arctic adventure

In Pictures: Edinburgh Zoo lights up for Arctic adventure

In Pictures: Edinburgh Zoo lights up for Arctic adventure

20 November 2020

The zoo’s Christmas lights display will run from November 20 until January 3.


British Gas facing strikes in pay and conditions dispute

British Gas facing strikes in pay and conditions dispute

British Gas facing strikes in pay and conditions dispute

20 November 2020

Company makes clear negotiations have ended after putting forward a revised proposal.


Tories win in Clackmannanshire East council by-election

Tories win in Clackmannanshire East council by-election

Tories win in Clackmannanshire East council by-election

20 November 2020

Scottish Tory leader Douglas Ross hopes delegates at this weekend’s Tory conference would celebrate the win.


Social care cut for 210,000 older people during pandemic – charity

Social care cut for 210,000 older people during pandemic – charity

Social care cut for 210,000 older people during pandemic – charity

20 November 2020

Age UK said it is worrying that older people appear to be receiving less support, given that the need for social care is only likely to increase.


Opposition to bike lanes ‘massively’ overestimated

Opposition to bike lanes ‘massively’ overestimated

Opposition to bike lanes ‘massively’ overestimated

20 November 2020

A survey by a cycling charity indicates only 19% of people disapprove of schemes, but 29% think there is opposition across the general public.


Households face extra £21 coronavirus charge on energy bills

Households face extra £21 coronavirus charge on energy bills

Households face extra £21 coronavirus charge on energy bills

20 November 2020

Ofgem has proposed an increase to offset customers who are struggling to pay their bills.


Royal Navy monitors four Russian ships in Moray Firth

Royal Navy monitors four Russian ships in Moray Firth

Royal Navy monitors four Russian ships in Moray Firth

20 November 2020

HMS Tyne kept a close eye on the vessels.


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