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Major incident in Bournemouth as thousands of people flock to beaches

Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Council says it is "absolutely appalled" at the scenes, with local MP saying that the crowds were the...

Rebecca Long-Bailey sacked as shadow Education Secretary

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has fired Rebecca Long-Bailey from the party's shadow cabinet In a newspaper interview, Labour-supporting...

25% of furloughed workers ‘could lose their jobs in September’

Around 25% of all workers who have been put on the government's furlough scheme, could be facing unemployment when the government ends...

22 police officers injured and cars smashed after Brixton street party

22 police officers have been injured, and police cars have been vandalised during "significant disorder" following a street party that took place...

Pubs and restaurants in Scotland to re-open in July

People in Scotland will be permitted to meet up with two other households indoors, starting from the 10th of July and pubs...

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Major incident in Bournemouth as thousands of people flock to beaches

Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Council says it is "absolutely appalled" at the scenes, with local MP saying that the crowds were the...

Rebecca Long-Bailey sacked as shadow Education Secretary

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has fired Rebecca Long-Bailey from the party's shadow cabinet In a newspaper interview, Labour-supporting...

25% of furloughed workers ‘could lose their jobs in September’

Around 25% of all workers who have been put on the government's furlough scheme, could be facing unemployment when the government ends...

22 police officers injured and cars smashed after Brixton street party

22 police officers have been injured, and police cars have been vandalised during "significant disorder" following a street party that took place...

Brits Can’t Wait To Visit Family Then The Pub Says YouGov Poll

In a recent poll conducted by YouGov, research shows that many Brits can’t wait to see family again and go to the...

Commuters Facing Impossible Social Distancing Rules on Public Transport

As people in England start going back to work today, there has been concern raised over how social distancing is to be...

Almost 8million Brits may have had COVID-19, says Germany study

A study conducted in Germany shows how the country's death-rate could mean that as many as 7.9million Brits have already had the...

Chinese Wet Markets selling live frogs and turtles despite pandemic

Wet markets in China have been photographed selling live turtles and frogs, despite the wild animal trade in the country largely being...

Careworker Refused Shop Entry

A careworker from Stoke on Trent was refused entry to a local store because she had not changed out of her work clothes...

Isle of Wight Residents to Test NHS Coronavirus App

The UK Transport Secretary has announced plans to launch an 'exciting' new NHS smartphone app for coronavirus tracking. Grant Shapps revealed the...

Scientists will ‘know by July’ if their COVID-19 vaccine works

Scientists have said that they will know by June or July whether or not the COVID-19 vaccine that a team at the...

Obese people in Britain are ‘ten times more likely to die of coronavirus’

People who are obese are also at risk of becoming seriously ill with COVID-19, alongside the elderly and those with known health...

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Major incident in Bournemouth as thousands of people flock to beaches

Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Council says it is "absolutely appalled" at the scenes, with local MP saying that the crowds were the...

Rebecca Long-Bailey sacked as shadow Education Secretary

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has fired Rebecca Long-Bailey from the party's shadow cabinet In a newspaper interview, Labour-supporting...

25% of furloughed workers ‘could lose their jobs in September’

Around 25% of all workers who have been put on the government's furlough scheme, could be facing unemployment when the government ends...