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Artist documents each day of lockdown with ‘cathartic’ artwork

Artist documents each day of lockdown with ‘cathartic’ artwork

Artist documents each day of lockdown with ‘cathartic’ artwork

27 September 2021

The piece features 459 porcelain tiles, one for each day of lockdown in Scotland.


Girl’s chemotherapy was stopped due to hospital infection, inquiry hears

Girl’s chemotherapy was stopped due to hospital infection, inquiry hears

Girl’s chemotherapy was stopped due to hospital infection, inquiry hears

27 September 2021

The Scottish Hospital Inquiry heard that the youngster developed mycobacterium chelonae which probably came from a hospital’s water supply.


Insulate Britain to continue road block campaign despite injunctions and arrests

Insulate Britain to continue road block campaign despite injunctions and arrests

Insulate Britain to continue road block campaign despite injunctions and arrests

27 September 2021

The group, an offshoot of Extinction Rebellion, is calling on the Government to insulate all homes across the UK by 2030.


Mark Drakeford says devolution is ‘greatest strength’ in keeping UK together

Mark Drakeford says devolution is ‘greatest strength’ in keeping UK together

Mark Drakeford says devolution is ‘greatest strength’ in keeping UK together

27 September 2021

Welsh First Minister said ‘imagine what we could do if we had a UK Labour government committed to renewing and rebuilding the United Kingdom’.


Man admits stalking Loose Women’s Denise Welch

Man admits stalking Loose Women’s Denise Welch

Man admits stalking Loose Women’s Denise Welch

27 September 2021

Toraq Wyngard, 53, was due to stand trial on Monday but changed his pleas to guilty.


Shell Energy takes on 255,000 customers from collapsed supplier Green

Shell Energy takes on 255,000 customers from collapsed supplier Green

Shell Energy takes on 255,000 customers from collapsed supplier Green

27 September 2021

Energy watchdog Ofgem has had to find providers for more than two million energy customers over the past month.


Father cleared of murdering teen daughter injured as a baby

Father cleared of murdering teen daughter injured as a baby

Father cleared of murdering teen daughter injured as a baby

27 September 2021

Dean Smith, 46, inflicted horrific head injuries to four-week-old Maisie Newell.


Record numbers seek mental health and money help ahead of Universal Credit cut

Record numbers seek mental health and money help ahead of Universal Credit cut

Record numbers seek mental health and money help ahead of Universal Credit cut

27 September 2021

Removing the £20-a-week uplift could cause people’s mental health problems to spiral, the charity Mental Health UK has warned.


Sales of jerry cans ’17 times higher than normal’ amid fuel crisis

Sales of jerry cans ’17 times higher than normal’ amid fuel crisis

Sales of jerry cans ’17 times higher than normal’ amid fuel crisis

27 September 2021

The containers are being used by motorists to stockpile fuel.


Younger children less willing to get Covid-19 jab than older pupils – study

Younger children less willing to get Covid-19 jab than older pupils – study

Younger children less willing to get Covid-19 jab than older pupils – study

27 September 2021

Students who are more hesitant to have a vaccine often come from deprived backgrounds and feel disconnected from school, a survey suggests.


Judge told how teenager in ‘crisis situation’ costing council £45,000 a week

Judge told how teenager in ‘crisis situation’ costing council £45,000 a week

Judge told how teenager in ‘crisis situation’ costing council £45,000 a week

27 September 2021

Mr Justice Peel has raised concerns at a Court of Protection hearing about a shortage of secure accommodation for troubled teenagers.


Demand for fuel unprecedented, says petrol station worker

Demand for fuel unprecedented, says petrol station worker

Demand for fuel unprecedented, says petrol station worker

27 September 2021

Yasser Ahmed said his four-pump station had gone through 30,000 litres of fuel, the amount it would usually sell in a whole week, in just two days.


Mother and three children died as result of ‘violent attack’, inquest hears

Mother and three children died as result of ‘violent attack’, inquest hears

Mother and three children died as result of ‘violent attack’, inquest hears

27 September 2021

The four bodies were discovered by Derbyshire Police on September 19.


Rise of dinosaurs helped by volcanic eruptions, research suggests

Rise of dinosaurs helped by volcanic eruptions, research suggests

Rise of dinosaurs helped by volcanic eruptions, research suggests

27 September 2021

Scientists studied a period 230 million years ago when the world underwent major environmental changes.


House prices increasing by £44 per day on average, Zoopla index shows

House prices increasing by £44 per day on average, Zoopla index shows

House prices increasing by £44 per day on average, Zoopla index shows

27 September 2021

Property values in the South East of England increased by £64 per day while in Scotland they rose by £22 on average, Zoopla said.


Unions attack moves to tempt European lorry drivers back to the UK

Unions attack moves to tempt European lorry drivers back to the UK

Unions attack moves to tempt European lorry drivers back to the UK

27 September 2021

Five years ago the UK basically told European truck drivers to ‘get on their bike’, the GMB said.


UK Government ‘could become first in world to turn tide on obesity’

UK Government ‘could become first in world to turn tide on obesity’

UK Government ‘could become first in world to turn tide on obesity’

27 September 2021

In 2014/15, the NHS spent £6.1 billion on treating obesity-related ill health and this is forecast to rise to £9.7 billion per year by 2050.


Reeves: It’s wrong that Amazon pay less tax than high street businesses

Reeves: It’s wrong that Amazon pay less tax than high street businesses

Reeves: It’s wrong that Amazon pay less tax than high street businesses

27 September 2021

Labour’s shadow chancellor Rachel Reeves said if Jeff Bezos could afford to fly into space, he could afford to pay his taxes on Earth.


Burnham to lobby ministers for extra powers at Tory conference in Manchester

Burnham to lobby ministers for extra powers at Tory conference in Manchester

Burnham to lobby ministers for extra powers at Tory conference in Manchester

27 September 2021

As Greater Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham called for a ‘levelling-up’ deal, London Mayor Sadiq Khan said the capital must not be forgotten.


David Lammy says Labour must do more to ensure black men become MPs

David Lammy says Labour must do more to ensure black men become MPs

David Lammy says Labour must do more to ensure black men become MPs

27 September 2021

The shadow justice secretary said the party has been ‘slow’ to realise the issue.


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