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Restrictions placed on Tayside care home visits

Restrictions placed on Tayside care home visits

Restrictions placed on Tayside care home visits

23 August 2020

Two pupils and a staff member at a school in Lanarkshire have also tested positive.


In Pictures: Tying the knot on traffic-free Tower Bridge

In Pictures: Tying the knot on traffic-free Tower Bridge

In Pictures: Tying the knot on traffic-free Tower Bridge

23 August 2020

The perfect photo op.


Family appeals for information after man dies in suspected shooting

Family appeals for information after man dies in suspected shooting

Family appeals for information after man dies in suspected shooting

23 August 2020

A 32-year-old man has been charged with manslaughter.


BBC boss to kick off digital TV festival by praising public service broadcasting

BBC boss to kick off digital TV festival by praising public service broadcasting

BBC boss to kick off digital TV festival by praising public service broadcasting

23 August 2020

The event will feature four days of discussion about the UK TV industry.


Neighbours heard ‘loud bang’ as man dies in house roof collapse

Neighbours heard ‘loud bang’ as man dies in house roof collapse

Neighbours heard ‘loud bang’ as man dies in house roof collapse

23 August 2020

A woman has been taken to hospital, where she is being treated for non-life-threatening injuries.


Attempt to move last surviving D-Day tank craft halted due to bad weather

Attempt to move last surviving D-Day tank craft halted due to bad weather

Attempt to move last surviving D-Day tank craft halted due to bad weather

23 August 2020

High winds prevented the 59m, 300-tonne LCT 7074 being transferred to its new home at the D-Day Story museum in Southsea, Portsmouth.


Scottish Government and Westminster must ‘work in tandem’ to tackle jobs crisis

Scottish Government and Westminster must ‘work in tandem’ to tackle jobs crisis

Scottish Government and Westminster must ‘work in tandem’ to tackle jobs crisis

23 August 2020

Think tank Reform Scotland also urged the Scottish Government to work with councils and private businesses as it responds to rising unemployment.


Sixty Northern Ireland police officers tested for Covid-19 after stations shut

Sixty Northern Ireland police officers tested for Covid-19 after stations shut

Sixty Northern Ireland police officers tested for Covid-19 after stations shut

23 August 2020

Eight officers have been diagnosed with the infection.


Witnesses sought after girl killed in Southampton speedboat accident

Witnesses sought after girl killed in Southampton speedboat accident

Witnesses sought after girl killed in Southampton speedboat accident

23 August 2020

A 15-year-old girl was killed in the accident on Southampton Water on Saturday morning.


Boris Johnson says it is ‘vitally important’ to get children back to school

Boris Johnson says it is ‘vitally important’ to get children back to school

Boris Johnson says it is ‘vitally important’ to get children back to school

23 August 2020

His comments come after the UK’s chief medical officers issued a joint statement seeking to reassure parents that it was safe for children to return.


Man dies after house roof collapses

Man dies after house roof collapses

Man dies after house roof collapses

23 August 2020

The 47-year-old man suffered fatal injuries in the incident in Bradford, which left a 28-year-old woman in hospital.


BGT finalist Finn named ambassador for new charity to support UK’s police dogs

BGT finalist Finn named ambassador for new charity to support UK’s police dogs

BGT finalist Finn named ambassador for new charity to support UK’s police dogs

23 August 2020

The charity has been set up to offer financial help for the owners of service and retired police dogs.


EU commissioner in ‘profound apology’ over golf dinner

EU commissioner in ‘profound apology’ over golf dinner

EU commissioner in ‘profound apology’ over golf dinner

23 August 2020

Phil Hogan has been urged to consider his position by the leaders of the Irish Government.


Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe is an Iranian ‘hostage’, documentary claims

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe is an Iranian ‘hostage’, documentary claims

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe is an Iranian ‘hostage’, documentary claims

23 August 2020

The mother-of-one is being held to try and force the UK to settle a decades-old money dispute with Iran, according to a BBC Panorama investigation.


Software to block explicit content while it is filmed or streamed developed

Software to block explicit content while it is filmed or streamed developed

Software to block explicit content while it is filmed or streamed developed

23 August 2020

SafeToNet says its software, which uses artificial intelligence, could help prevent grooming, sextortion and bullying of children.


30 Covid-19 outbreaks occurred in schools reopened in June, analysis shows

30 Covid-19 outbreaks occurred in schools reopened in June, analysis shows

30 Covid-19 outbreaks occurred in schools reopened in June, analysis shows

23 August 2020

Public Health England said 121 cases were linked to the outbreaks, 30 in children and 91 in staff.


Dossier reveals worst-case scenario if no-deal Brexit and coronavirus coincide

Dossier reveals worst-case scenario if no-deal Brexit and coronavirus coincide

Dossier reveals worst-case scenario if no-deal Brexit and coronavirus coincide

23 August 2020

UK and EU negotiators warned there has been little progress during the latest round of post-Brexit trade deal talks last week.


Harry and Meghan ‘adore’ Texan self-help guru

Harry and Meghan ‘adore’ Texan self-help guru

Harry and Meghan ‘adore’ Texan self-help guru

23 August 2020

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex revealed they are big fans of Brene Brown, who works in the field of ‘courage, shame, vulnerability and empathy’.


Tower Bridge remains closed to motorists after ‘fault’ caused gridlock

Tower Bridge remains closed to motorists after ‘fault’ caused gridlock

Tower Bridge remains closed to motorists after ‘fault’ caused gridlock

23 August 2020

The London landmark’s Twitter account confirmed it is open to pedestrians and cyclists only.


Ireland’s only surviving sail-powered wooden cargo boat resumes deliveries

Ireland’s only surviving sail-powered wooden cargo boat resumes deliveries

Ireland’s only surviving sail-powered wooden cargo boat resumes deliveries

23 August 2020

The Ilen is sailing again in an eco-friendly sustainable alternative to powered freight.


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