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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.


New breast cancer treatment cuts recurrence by 25%, study shows

New breast cancer treatment cuts recurrence by 25%, study shows

New breast cancer treatment cuts recurrence by 25%, study shows

20 September 2020

The study has been described as ‘one of the most promising breakthroughs for patients with this type of breast cancer in the last 20 years’.


Latest weekly Covid-19 rates for local authority areas in England

Latest weekly Covid-19 rates for local authority areas in England

Latest weekly Covid-19 rates for local authority areas in England

20 September 2020

Liverpool and Manchester have seen sharp increases, while Bolton continues to record the highest rate.


Take the lead in tackling racism, London mayor urges

Take the lead in tackling racism, London mayor urges

Take the lead in tackling racism, London mayor urges

20 September 2020

Sadiq Khan discussed the Black Lives Matter movement and racism in the UK.


Anneliese Dodds offers new partnership between Labour and business

Anneliese Dodds offers new partnership between Labour and business

Anneliese Dodds offers new partnership between Labour and business

20 September 2020

The shadow chancellor will set out a three-step plan for economic recovery following the Covid-19 pandemic.


In Pictures: 80th anniversary of Battle of Britain marked in small ceremony

In Pictures: 80th anniversary of Battle of Britain marked in small ceremony

In Pictures: 80th anniversary of Battle of Britain marked in small ceremony

20 September 2020

Boris Johnson and Sir Keir Starmer were among the invited guests at the socially-distanced occasion.


Earl and Countess of Wessex take children litter picking on beach

Earl and Countess of Wessex take children litter picking on beach

Earl and Countess of Wessex take children litter picking on beach

20 September 2020

Edward and Sophie and their children, Lady Louise Windsor and James, Viscount Severn, collected rubbish on Southsea beach in Portsmouth on Sunday.


Ford and Facebook join Race To Zero climate campaign

Ford and Facebook join Race To Zero climate campaign

Ford and Facebook join Race To Zero climate campaign

20 September 2020

Alok Sharma is to speak at a special event on Monday, alongside political and industry leaders about the next decade of clean energy co-operation.


Scrapping VAT-free shopping for tourists to cost 70,000 jobs, say retailers

Scrapping VAT-free shopping for tourists to cost 70,000 jobs, say retailers

Scrapping VAT-free shopping for tourists to cost 70,000 jobs, say retailers

20 September 2020

Retailers had hoped VAT-free shopping, which had been available to non-EU customers, would be extended to EU visitors.


Charles: Climate crisis will ‘dwarf’ impact of coronavirus

Charles: Climate crisis will ‘dwarf’ impact of coronavirus

Charles: Climate crisis will ‘dwarf’ impact of coronavirus

20 September 2020

The prince said that ‘swift and immediate action’ needs to take place.


‘Selfless’ Battle of Britain heroes and NHS staff hailed at anniversary service

‘Selfless’ Battle of Britain heroes and NHS staff hailed at anniversary service

‘Selfless’ Battle of Britain heroes and NHS staff hailed at anniversary service

20 September 2020

Prime Minister Boris Johnson was among the guests at the service marking the 80th anniversary of the Battle of Britain.


Smoking quit rate in 2020 ‘highest in more than a decade’

Smoking quit rate in 2020 ‘highest in more than a decade’

Smoking quit rate in 2020 ‘highest in more than a decade’

20 September 2020

Data shows that in England in 2020, there has been an increase of almost two thirds in the quitting success rate.


Matt Hancock: Don’t rule out new lockdown restrictions in London within days

Matt Hancock: Don’t rule out new lockdown restrictions in London within days

Matt Hancock: Don’t rule out new lockdown restrictions in London within days

20 September 2020

The Health Secretary said he has spoken with Mayor Sadiq Khan over the weekend about what action is needed in the capital.


Charles urges nation to support Macmillan coffee morning

Charles urges nation to support Macmillan coffee morning

Charles urges nation to support Macmillan coffee morning

20 September 2020

The Prince of Wales and a host of celebrities have recorded videos to promote the annual event.


Man admits murdering healthcare worker wife in machete attack

Man admits murdering healthcare worker wife in machete attack

Man admits murdering healthcare worker wife in machete attack

20 September 2020

Craig Woodhall, 41, stabbed 31-year-old Victoria Woodhall to death in the street outside their home in Barnsley on March 29.


Stormont Executive urged to act over recognition payments for the bereaved

Stormont Executive urged to act over recognition payments for the bereaved

Stormont Executive urged to act over recognition payments for the bereaved

20 September 2020

Tina Smith, whose husband Stephen was killed by an IRA bomb in West Germany in 1989, is among a number of widows and bereaved waiting for the scheme.


New leadership means listening to voters, insists Starmer

New leadership means listening to voters, insists Starmer

New leadership means listening to voters, insists Starmer

20 September 2020

The Labour leader also said that securing a Brexit deal is in the national interest.


Sir Keir Starmer ‘frustrated’ over Scottish independence talks

Sir Keir Starmer ‘frustrated’ over Scottish independence talks

Sir Keir Starmer ‘frustrated’ over Scottish independence talks

20 September 2020

The UK Labour leader refused to say if he would stand with a Conservative government in blocking an independence referendum.


Hancock warns of second lockdown if public fail to follow Covid-19 rules

Hancock warns of second lockdown if public fail to follow Covid-19 rules

Hancock warns of second lockdown if public fail to follow Covid-19 rules

20 September 2020

The Government has announced people in England could be fined up to £10,000 if they fail to self-isolate.


It is too early for second national lockdown, ministers warned

It is too early for second national lockdown, ministers warned

It is too early for second national lockdown, ministers warned

20 September 2020

Professor Carl Heneghan, of Oxford University, also said there is no evidence of a second wave of coronavirus yet.


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