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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...

Attack on Australian journalists outside White House raised with the US

The Australian embassy in Washington DC has reached out to the US State Department after an Australian reporter from Network Seven, as...

Scientists warn that the sixth mass extinction of wildlife is accelerating

Analysis shows that there are 500 species on the brink of extinction, as many as were lost the past hundred years

China ‘delayed releasing important information’ says leaked WHO report

This delay from China, where COVID-19 originated, led to frustration among World Health Organisation officials, despite their public praising of China for...

China reclassifies dogs as pets and not livestock In new guidelines

China’s agricultural ministry has just reclassified dogs as pets in the country and has removed dogs from the national list of livestock

Trump threatens to send in military to end protests

Trump has said that if cities and states had failed to get in control of the protests and "defend their residents", then...

Trump rushed to White House bunker amid protests

The president of the United States spent almost an hour in an underground shelter beneath the White House on Friday, according to...

UK Charity Incentive Helping Bangladeshi Garment Factory Workers

Bangladeshi garment factory workers are being helped by a UK charity incentive A UK charity incentive launched...

Coronavirus is halting progress to save the last 2 Northern White Rhinos

Only 2 Northern White Rhinos remain alive in Kenya, and the COVID-19 pandemic is halting progress to keep the species alive

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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...