Monthly Archives: March, 2020

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Task force launched to find replacement for Huawei in UK 5G networks

This move comes as the number of 5G equipment vendors has now slipped down to just two, which introduces long-term security risk

500 Dundee students to isolate following suspected COVID-19 outbreak

A single positive case of COVID-19 and small number of other possible infections are being investigated at a private accommodation block in...

Alexei Navalny discharged from hospital after nerve agent poisoning

The Russian opposition leader, Alexei Navalny, has now been discharged from the hospital after being treated for poisoning by a novichok agent

Misogyny could become a hate crime under new proposals

A consultation will establish whether those abusing women because of their gender should have tougher sentences Misogyny could potentially...

Death toll rises as 393 more people have died in UK

393 more people have died in UK after testing positive for COVID-19, taking total to 1,808 393 people have...

Govt release app which detects nearby virus carriers

The government is preparing to launch a program which alerts people if they come too near someone who has tested positive for...

The UK government’s daily coronavirus briefing

Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster Michael Gove is leading today's coronavirus daily press briefing

UK spends an extra £1.9bn stockpiling groceries

An extra £1.9bn of UK shoppers money was spent stockpiling groceries in the run-up to the coronavirus lockdown, according to figures for...

Spain records biggest daily rise in coronavirus deaths

In the last 24 hours, 849 coronavirus patients have died in Spain, which is the biggest daily rise in the country.

UK Lockdown Blackouts warning!

A power cut in Soho, London, in November 2016 Credit: Alamy Live News HOUSEHOLDS are being told to...

Brexit ‘will go ahead on December 31’

Despite the current coronavirus pandemic, Boris Johnson has confirmed Brexit will happen on December 31 Boris Johnson has repeatedly...

Todays news breakdown

Breaking News Today has covered so many topics and written uncountable articles over the last few weeks. We've been trying our absolute...
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Task force launched to find replacement for Huawei in UK 5G networks

This move comes as the number of 5G equipment vendors has now slipped down to just two, which introduces long-term security risk

500 Dundee students to isolate following suspected COVID-19 outbreak

A single positive case of COVID-19 and small number of other possible infections are being investigated at a private accommodation block in...

Alexei Navalny discharged from hospital after nerve agent poisoning

The Russian opposition leader, Alexei Navalny, has now been discharged from the hospital after being treated for poisoning by a novichok agent
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