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Covid-19 household restrictions eased in Burnley and Hyndburn

Covid-19 household restrictions eased in Burnley and Hyndburn

Covid-19 household restrictions eased in Burnley and Hyndburn

28 August 2020

Officials in the county revealed the latest weekly guidance ahead of an expected official announcement.


AI funding boost aims to speed up cancer diagnoses

AI funding boost aims to speed up cancer diagnoses

AI funding boost aims to speed up cancer diagnoses

28 August 2020

A total of £50 million will be shared by three centres specialising in the technology.


Delays and outages at Santander and Revolut banks ahead of holiday weekend

Delays and outages at Santander and Revolut banks ahead of holiday weekend

Delays and outages at Santander and Revolut banks ahead of holiday weekend

28 August 2020

Customers reported problems with accessing their accounts, and delays with receiving payments.


Brother of woman found dead on golf course in 2016 in fresh appeal for help

Brother of woman found dead on golf course in 2016 in fresh appeal for help

Brother of woman found dead on golf course in 2016 in fresh appeal for help

28 August 2020

Saima Ahmed, 36, was reported missing from London in August 2015 and her whereabouts before she was found dead are unknown.


Switzerland quarantine rule ‘could stop terminally ill accessing assisted death’

Switzerland quarantine rule ‘could stop terminally ill accessing assisted death’

Switzerland quarantine rule ‘could stop terminally ill accessing assisted death’

28 August 2020

Jane Parker, who has motor neurone disease, says she is considering refusing food and water.


Workers should not be intimidated back into the office – Sturgeon

Workers should not be intimidated back into the office – Sturgeon

Workers should not be intimidated back into the office – Sturgeon

28 August 2020

The return to work should be done in a context of suppressing the virus, the First Minister added.


Freight train which caught fire had 25 wagons holding diesel or gas oil

Freight train which caught fire had 25 wagons holding diesel or gas oil

Freight train which caught fire had 25 wagons holding diesel or gas oil

28 August 2020

The train derailed and caught fire as it passed through Llangennech, near Llanelli, on Wednesday night.


Boris the puppy has lucky escape after falling into hot tub

Boris the puppy has lucky escape after falling into hot tub

Boris the puppy has lucky escape after falling into hot tub

28 August 2020

The 13-week-old English bulldog suffered an extreme reaction and was rushed to an emergency animal clinic in Gateshead.


Enforcement action taken at NHS trust over infection control concerns

Enforcement action taken at NHS trust over infection control concerns

Enforcement action taken at NHS trust over infection control concerns

28 August 2020

The CQC says it has launched immediate action at East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust.


Teenager convicted of killing Pc Andrew Harper launches appeal over sentence

Teenager convicted of killing Pc Andrew Harper launches appeal over sentence

Teenager convicted of killing Pc Andrew Harper launches appeal over sentence

28 August 2020

Henry Long’s appeal comes days after two other teenagers lodged applications seeking permission to challenge their convictions and sentences.


Price of European city breaks down by ‘up to a quarter’

Price of European city breaks down by ‘up to a quarter’

Price of European city breaks down by ‘up to a quarter’

28 August 2020

A key factor in the price falls has been the lack of demand for hotel rooms resulting in more competition and lower rates.


Notting Hill Carnival boss urges revellers to stay away and be ‘sensible’

Notting Hill Carnival boss urges revellers to stay away and be ‘sensible’

Notting Hill Carnival boss urges revellers to stay away and be ‘sensible’

28 August 2020

The street party will become a digital celebration this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.


Mother who killed two of her children was seen as ‘loving, caring and competent’

Mother who killed two of her children was seen as ‘loving, caring and competent’

Mother who killed two of her children was seen as ‘loving, caring and competent’

28 August 2020

Sarah Barrass and her half-brother Brandon Machin were jailed for life last year with a minimum term of 35 years.


Statue of Diana to be installed on her 60th birthday

Statue of Diana to be installed on her 60th birthday

Statue of Diana to be installed on her 60th birthday

28 August 2020

The artwork was commissioned by her sons William and Harry.


Honeymoon couple cut short Swiss Alps trip to beat quarantine deadline

Honeymoon couple cut short Swiss Alps trip to beat quarantine deadline

Honeymoon couple cut short Swiss Alps trip to beat quarantine deadline

28 August 2020

Another Briton returned home early after a visit to his family.


Minister insists there is a ‘limit’ to home working as return to offices pushed

Minister insists there is a ‘limit’ to home working as return to offices pushed

Minister insists there is a ‘limit’ to home working as return to offices pushed

28 August 2020

An unnamed Government source reportedly said those continuing to work from home could be more ‘vulnerable’ to redundancy.


New measures to support deployment of safe Covid-19 vaccines

New measures to support deployment of safe Covid-19 vaccines

New measures to support deployment of safe Covid-19 vaccines

28 August 2020

The measures will include expanding the trained workforce who can administer vaccines.


Banksy-funded rescue boat already saving refugees in Mediterranean

Banksy-funded rescue boat already saving refugees in Mediterranean

Banksy-funded rescue boat already saving refugees in Mediterranean

28 August 2020

The Louise Michel is covered in the artist’s work and has already been rescuing people encountering trouble on the seas.


Retired military dog honoured with medal after tackling al Qaida gunman

Retired military dog honoured with medal after tackling al Qaida gunman

Retired military dog honoured with medal after tackling al Qaida gunman

28 August 2020

Kuno is being awarded the Dickin Medal by animal charity the PDSA.


Johnson pays tribute to Japanese PM after abrupt resignation

Johnson pays tribute to Japanese PM after abrupt resignation

Johnson pays tribute to Japanese PM after abrupt resignation

28 August 2020

Shinzo Abe lastyear became the longest serving prime minister of Japan.


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