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‘Great frustration’ on Tory benches ahead of coronavirus tiers vote

‘Great frustration’ on Tory benches ahead of coronavirus tiers vote

‘Great frustration’ on Tory benches ahead of coronavirus tiers vote

30 November 2020

Boris Johnson faces a revolt on Tuesday over the introduction of the system of coronavirus restrictions in England.


Lloyds Banking Group appoints HSBC high street chief as new banking boss

Lloyds Banking Group appoints HSBC high street chief as new banking boss

Lloyds Banking Group appoints HSBC high street chief as new banking boss

30 November 2020

Charlie Nunn will replace Antonio Horta-Osorio next year.


Be kind this Christmas, say shop workers after spike in abuse during pandemic

Be kind this Christmas, say shop workers after spike in abuse during pandemic

Be kind this Christmas, say shop workers after spike in abuse during pandemic

30 November 2020

Shop workers have told their stories of being abused and assaulted in a new video as part of this week’s #KeepingChristmasKind campaign.


Sheku Bayoh inquiry ‘will have in the region of 50,000 documents to scrutinise’

Sheku Bayoh inquiry ‘will have in the region of 50,000 documents to scrutinise’

Sheku Bayoh inquiry ‘will have in the region of 50,000 documents to scrutinise’

30 November 2020

Lord Bracadale, retired senator of the College of Justice, will lead the inquiry into Mr Bayoh’s death in May 2015.


Keep the Christmas magic alive during pandemic, psychologist urges

Keep the Christmas magic alive during pandemic, psychologist urges

Keep the Christmas magic alive during pandemic, psychologist urges

30 November 2020

Being honest about the myth of Father Christmas in 2020 during the coronavirus lockdown could be damaging to children, says Dr Chris Boyle.


Wetherspoon chief criticises Government’s ‘reckless decisions’ on Covid-19

Wetherspoon chief criticises Government’s ‘reckless decisions’ on Covid-19

Wetherspoon chief criticises Government’s ‘reckless decisions’ on Covid-19

30 November 2020

Tim Martin said it was a ‘fallacy’ that pubs will reopen on Wednesday when the current lockdown ends.


No last-minute rescue deal for Arcadia Group – report

No last-minute rescue deal for Arcadia Group – report

No last-minute rescue deal for Arcadia Group – report

30 November 2020

Sir Philip Green’s retail empire, which includes the Topshop, Dorothy Perkins and Burton brands, has been revealed to be on the brink of collapse.


Shops to be allowed 24/7 trade as high street attempts pre-Christmas recovery

Shops to be allowed 24/7 trade as high street attempts pre-Christmas recovery

Shops to be allowed 24/7 trade as high street attempts pre-Christmas recovery

30 November 2020

Communities secretary Robert Jenrick said he wanted to remove the bureaucracy to encourage greater trade


What the papers say – November 30

What the papers say – November 30

What the papers say – November 30

30 November 2020

Anticipation ahead of a Commons vote on tighter pandemic restrictions is splashed on many of Monday’s papers.


‘Potential game changer’ blood test can predict who develops Alzheimer’s disease

‘Potential game changer’ blood test can predict who develops Alzheimer’s disease

‘Potential game changer’ blood test can predict who develops Alzheimer’s disease

30 November 2020

‘This is a potential game changer,’ says Professor Masud Husain at the University of Oxford.


Volunteer numbers for second lockdown fall by millions, research suggests

Volunteer numbers for second lockdown fall by millions, research suggests

Volunteer numbers for second lockdown fall by millions, research suggests

30 November 2020

Research charity PBE found six million fewer people in England volunteered or supported their neighbours during the second national lockdown.


Pc Andrew Harper’s killers set for Court of Appeal hearing

Pc Andrew Harper’s killers set for Court of Appeal hearing

Pc Andrew Harper’s killers set for Court of Appeal hearing

30 November 2020

The trio – who are appealing against their jail terms – also face a challenge from the Attorney General that their sentences are ‘unduly lenient’.


AI cracks 50-year-old ‘protein folding problem’, say researchers

AI cracks 50-year-old ‘protein folding problem’, say researchers

AI cracks 50-year-old ‘protein folding problem’, say researchers

30 November 2020

The issue has long been one of biology’s biggest challenges.


Government to announce public inquiry decision on Pat Finucane murder

Government to announce public inquiry decision on Pat Finucane murder

Government to announce public inquiry decision on Pat Finucane murder

30 November 2020

The Belfast solicitor’s family have sustained a long campaign for an inquiry into the extent of state collusion with the loyalist killers


What are the latest coronavirus restrictions around the UK?

What are the latest coronavirus restrictions around the UK?

What are the latest coronavirus restrictions around the UK?

30 November 2020

Different rules are in place across the four nations.


PM to publish impact assessment of coronavirus restrictions to win over MPs

PM to publish impact assessment of coronavirus restrictions to win over MPs

PM to publish impact assessment of coronavirus restrictions to win over MPs

30 November 2020

His argument will be boosted by new figures suggesting coronavirus infections fell by almost a third in England during the second national lockdown.


When will the Covid-19 tiers be reviewed and how are they decided?

When will the Covid-19 tiers be reviewed and how are they decided?

When will the Covid-19 tiers be reviewed and how are they decided?

30 November 2020

A crunch Commons vote on the measures will take place on Tuesday.


Crunch Brexit talks resume in London for what could be final week

Crunch Brexit talks resume in London for what could be final week

Crunch Brexit talks resume in London for what could be final week

30 November 2020

Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said on Sunday that there was ‘a deal to be done’.


Failure to order Pat Finucane probe will hit confidence in rule of law: O’Neill

Failure to order Pat Finucane probe will hit confidence in rule of law: O’Neill

Failure to order Pat Finucane probe will hit confidence in rule of law: O’Neill

29 November 2020

The UK Government will inform the Finucane family on Monday whether it will instigate a fresh probe into the murder of the Belfast solicitor.


Shackleton-inspired store to open in London despite Covid pandemic

Shackleton-inspired store to open in London despite Covid pandemic

Shackleton-inspired store to open in London despite Covid pandemic

29 November 2020

Shackleton was the leader of an ill-fated expedition across Antarctica that turned into a remarkable story of survival more than a century ago.


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