400 travellers have escaped fines for not self-isolating when back in the UK

Cases are being referred to Border Force because police are busy as crime rises after a drop during the height of the...
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400 travellers have escaped fines for not self-isolating when back in the UK

Cases are being referred to Border Force because police are busy as crime rises after a drop during the height of the...

400 travellers have escaped fines for not self-isolating when back in the UK

Cases are being referred to Border Force because police are busy as crime rises after a drop during the height of the...

US Presidential debate: Biden and Trump clash on COVID-19 and race

The two Presidential candidates frequently interrupted each other with Joe Biden eventually snapping and saying: "Will you shut up, man?"

One million breast cancer screenings missed due to COVID-19 pandemic

It is estimated that around 8,600 women are living with undetected breast cancer in the UK after screening services were paused

German chancellor candidate says Trump win risks transatlantic collapse

A member of Germany's ruling party has said that the re-election of Donald Trump in the U.S. election could endanger the alliance...
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400 travellers have escaped fines for not self-isolating when back in the UK

Cases are being referred to Border Force because police are busy as crime rises after a drop during the height of the...

The Prime Minister apologises for ‘misspeaking’ about new restrictions

The PM apologises and admits that "clearly for everyone watching this, this is one of those things people will feel is confusing"

University students demand tuition fee refunds over COVID-19 restrictions

University students speak on the impact of COVID-19 isolation on their teaching and mental health University students across the...

New rules will trigger collapse of hospitality sector, city leaders warn

'The stark reality is that businesses are facing the prospect of a complete decimation in trade,' a letter to ministers says amid...

Coronavirus Pandemic

All passengers on Greece-UK flight forced to quarantine due to ‘covidiots’

Alleged ‘covidiots’ have forced all passengers on a Greece-UK flight into quarantine A new zero-tolerance face covering policy is...

Asymptomatic transmission of COVID-19 ‘very rare’

The chances of people who have contracted COVID-19 but show no symptoms of the virus infecting others is "very rare", according to...

Over five million coronavirus cases reported worldwide

The total worldwide number of coronavirus cases has now reportedly surpassed five million people infected More than five million...

Type 1 diabetics could be more likely than type 2 to die of coronavirus

According to a recent study, those with type 1 diabetes have a higher risk of dying from coronavirus than those with type...

Poll Suggests Women Bare More Emotional Brunt of Covid-19 Than Men

A recent poll about the effects and concerns of Covid-19 suggests that women are bearing the brunt of the pandemic more than...

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400 travellers have escaped fines for not self-isolating when back in the UK

Cases are being referred to Border Force because police are busy as crime rises after a drop during the height of the...

US Presidential debate: Biden and Trump clash on COVID-19 and race

The two Presidential candidates frequently interrupted each other with Joe Biden eventually snapping and saying: "Will you shut up, man?"

One million breast cancer screenings missed due to COVID-19 pandemic

It is estimated that around 8,600 women are living with undetected breast cancer in the UK after screening services were paused

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US Presidential debate: Biden and Trump clash on COVID-19 and race

The two Presidential candidates frequently interrupted each other with Joe Biden eventually snapping and saying: "Will you shut up, man?"

US Presidential debate: Biden and Trump clash on COVID-19 and race

The two Presidential candidates frequently interrupted each other with Joe Biden eventually snapping and saying: "Will you shut up, man?"

One million breast cancer screenings missed due to COVID-19 pandemic

It is estimated that around 8,600 women are living with undetected breast cancer in the UK after screening services were paused

German chancellor candidate says Trump win risks transatlantic collapse

A member of Germany's ruling party has said that the re-election of Donald Trump in the U.S. election could endanger the alliance...

The Prime Minister apologises for ‘misspeaking’ about new restrictions

The PM apologises and admits that "clearly for everyone watching this, this is one of those things people will feel is confusing"

Weather

Thunderstorms and flood warnings issued as heatwave continues

Thunderstorms could potentially bring flooding to parts of the UK amid the soaring temperatures, the Met Office warns Weather...

The UK could be set for a heatwave, hotter than in the Caribbean

Hot air from Europe and Africa could bring the hottest day of the year on Friday, with the heatwave expected to last...

Friday could be hottest day of the year so far

Forecasters have said that temperatures could reach 33C on Friday, which is more than double the monthly average of 14.1C for July

Wednesday UK’s hottest day of the year so far as heatwave continues

Wednesday has officially been the hottest day of the year so far, with British public flocking to beaches and beauty spots throughout...

Hottest day of the year expected this week

The heatwave will test the patience of the nation as people are urged to avoid crowded spaces because of social distancing rules

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