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Matt Hancock unable to say if England’s pubs will be open this weekend

Matt Hancock unable to say if England’s pubs will be open this weekend

Matt Hancock unable to say if England’s pubs will be open this weekend

21 September 2020

The Health Secretary told ITV’s This Morning that the Government had not yet taken the ‘final decisions’ on what response was necessary.


Meghan did not ‘collaborate’ with authors of recent book, High Court hears

Meghan did not ‘collaborate’ with authors of recent book, High Court hears

Meghan did not ‘collaborate’ with authors of recent book, High Court hears

21 September 2020

The Duchess of Sussex is suing Associated Newspapers over five articles in total, two in the Mail on Sunday and three on MailOnline.


Liam Fox hopes for more EU support as Hungary breaks ranks on WTO chief vote

Liam Fox hopes for more EU support as Hungary breaks ranks on WTO chief vote

Liam Fox hopes for more EU support as Hungary breaks ranks on WTO chief vote

21 September 2020

The former international trade secretary has progressed into the second round in the race to become director general.


Hunt for James Bond guns continues six months after raid

Hunt for James Bond guns continues six months after raid

Hunt for James Bond guns continues six months after raid

21 September 2020

Burglars stole deactivated weapons that featured in three 007 films.


Coronavirus outbreak at University of St Andrews after freshers’ party in halls

Coronavirus outbreak at University of St Andrews after freshers’ party in halls

Coronavirus outbreak at University of St Andrews after freshers’ party in halls

21 September 2020

Students were asked on Friday to enter a voluntary weekend lockdown and avoid going to bars or parties.


Harry thanks 100km fundraising trekkers for ‘helping those who need it most’

Harry thanks 100km fundraising trekkers for ‘helping those who need it most’

Harry thanks 100km fundraising trekkers for ‘helping those who need it most’

21 September 2020

The Trailwalker Relay is raising money for The Gurkha Welfare Trust and Oxfam amid the coronavirus pandemic.


Some hospitals to be kept ‘Covid-free’

Some hospitals to be kept ‘Covid-free’

Some hospitals to be kept ‘Covid-free’

21 September 2020

Keeping hospitals Covid-free is aimed at helping usual services continue over winter.


Key questions about end of rail franchising

Key questions about end of rail franchising

Key questions about end of rail franchising

21 September 2020

What is happening and how it will affect passengers?


Coronavirus has led to Government ‘ruling by decree’, says senior Tory

Coronavirus has led to Government ‘ruling by decree’, says senior Tory

Coronavirus has led to Government ‘ruling by decree’, says senior Tory

21 September 2020

Sir Graham Brady criticised the Government’s use of emergency powers to deal with the coronavirus crisis.


Briton working for agency mapping WW2 bombs killed in Solomon Islands blast

Briton working for agency mapping WW2 bombs killed in Solomon Islands blast

Briton working for agency mapping WW2 bombs killed in Solomon Islands blast

21 September 2020

Briton Stephen ‘Luke’ Atkinson and Australian citizen Trent Lee were employees of non-governmental organisation Norwegian People’s Aid.


Rail franchising ‘ended’ to create ‘more effective structure’

Rail franchising ‘ended’ to create ‘more effective structure’

Rail franchising ‘ended’ to create ‘more effective structure’

21 September 2020

Operators have been moved to ‘transitional contracts’ ahead of the creation of a ‘more effective structure’, the Department for Transport said.


Succession creator Jesse Armstrong targets Johnson and Trump in Emmys speech

Succession creator Jesse Armstrong targets Johnson and Trump in Emmys speech

Succession creator Jesse Armstrong targets Johnson and Trump in Emmys speech

21 September 2020

Succession won the biggest prize of the night, outstanding drama series.


What the papers say – September 21

What the papers say – September 21

What the papers say – September 21

21 September 2020

Reaction to the country slipping closer to another national lockdown leads Monday’s papers.


Christian school worker takes her dismissal fight to tribunal

Christian school worker takes her dismissal fight to tribunal

Christian school worker takes her dismissal fight to tribunal

21 September 2020

Kristie Higgs was dismissed for gross misconduct by Farmor’s School in Gloucestershire last year.


Latest stage of Meghan’s action against Associated Newspapers due at High Court

Latest stage of Meghan’s action against Associated Newspapers due at High Court

Latest stage of Meghan’s action against Associated Newspapers due at High Court

21 September 2020

The Duchess of Sussex is suing Associated Newspapers over an article which reproduced parts of a handwritten letter she sent to her estranged father


Coronavirus outbreak has reached critical point, says Whitty

Coronavirus outbreak has reached critical point, says Whitty

Coronavirus outbreak has reached critical point, says Whitty

20 September 2020

The chief medical officer for England said the country is facing a ‘very challenging winter’ as infections continue to rise.


Coronavirus rules: What can you be fined for?

Coronavirus rules: What can you be fined for?

Coronavirus rules: What can you be fined for?

20 September 2020

Anyone in England who refuses an order to self-isolate could face a fine of up to £10,000.


Covid-19 surge has reached critical point, says Whitty

Covid-19 surge has reached critical point, says Whitty

Covid-19 surge has reached critical point, says Whitty

20 September 2020

England’s chief medical officer lays the ground for tough new restrictions as he says the figures are going in ‘the wrong direction’.


Dock from war film 1917 to be given new lease of life through restoration

Dock from war film 1917 to be given new lease of life through restoration

Dock from war film 1917 to be given new lease of life through restoration

20 September 2020

Dock 1 at Govan Graving Docks closed in 1987.


Leaked papers show banks ‘allowed criminals and fraudsters to move dirty money’

Leaked papers show banks ‘allowed criminals and fraudsters to move dirty money’

Leaked papers show banks ‘allowed criminals and fraudsters to move dirty money’

20 September 2020

The cache of files, known as FinCEN, are mostly files banks sent to the US authorities between 2000 and 2017.


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