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John Major: Move to override Brexit deal has ‘damaged’ UK’s global reputation

John Major: Move to override Brexit deal has ‘damaged’ UK’s global reputation

John Major: Move to override Brexit deal has ‘damaged’ UK’s global reputation

09 November 2020

Ministers have admitted the UK Internal Market Bill will breach international law.


Heroic soldier ‘heartbroken’ as bravery questioned

Heroic soldier ‘heartbroken’ as bravery questioned

Heroic soldier ‘heartbroken’ as bravery questioned

09 November 2020

Deacon Cutterham was awarded the Conspicuous Gallantry Cross for picking up and hurling away a Taliban grenade in Helmand Province in 2011.


‘Logistical issues’ could occur with a vaccine that needs storage at -70C

‘Logistical issues’ could occur with a vaccine that needs storage at -70C

‘Logistical issues’ could occur with a vaccine that needs storage at -70C

09 November 2020

Experts have commented on the logistical issues behind the ultra low temperatures needed for the Pfizer/BioNtech vaccine.


Children hardest hit by Covid-19 are ‘regressing in basic learning’

Children hardest hit by Covid-19 are ‘regressing in basic learning’

Children hardest hit by Covid-19 are ‘regressing in basic learning’

09 November 2020

Some toilet-trained children have turned up back in nappies after lockdown, Ofsted warned.


Fact checkers prepare for influx of Covid-19 vaccine conspiracy theories ‘soon’

Fact checkers prepare for influx of Covid-19 vaccine conspiracy theories ‘soon’

Fact checkers prepare for influx of Covid-19 vaccine conspiracy theories ‘soon’

09 November 2020

Full Fact says it expects to see many of the same false claims spread during the pandemic to be ‘ramped up’ following Pfizer’s announcement.


Military family ‘one of the most important things to Harry’

Military family ‘one of the most important things to Harry’

Military family ‘one of the most important things to Harry’

09 November 2020

The Duke of Sussex, who was denied his wish for a wreath to be left on his behalf at the Cenotaph, visited a national cemetery in LA instead.


Patel confirms Government will again review rules around abortion clinic protests

Patel confirms Government will again review rules around abortion clinic protests

Patel confirms Government will again review rules around abortion clinic protests

09 November 2020

The previous review in 2018 concluded that introducing national buffer zones would ‘not be a proportionate response’.


What progress is being made with coronavirus vaccines?

What progress is being made with coronavirus vaccines?

What progress is being made with coronavirus vaccines?

09 November 2020

Pfizer and BioNTech have announced promising results from their vaccine’s clinical trials.


Tears of joy as Pfizer staff told of vaccine breakthrough

Tears of joy as Pfizer staff told of vaccine breakthrough

Tears of joy as Pfizer staff told of vaccine breakthrough

09 November 2020

Mikael Dolsten said it felt as though the company was on the ‘cusp of one of the biggest medical advances’ in the past 100 years.


Test and trace chief Harding’s MP husband told to self-isolate by Covid app

Test and trace chief Harding’s MP husband told to self-isolate by Covid app

Test and trace chief Harding’s MP husband told to self-isolate by Covid app

09 November 2020

John Penrose said he had so far not shown symptoms and Baroness Harding has not been told to self-isolate.


Job losses: Major cuts since the start of the pandemic

Job losses: Major cuts since the start of the pandemic

Job losses: Major cuts since the start of the pandemic

09 November 2020

Companies announced 6,770 jobs cuts last week in major redundancies.


Covid-19 rates falling in most areas of Wales

Covid-19 rates falling in most areas of Wales

Covid-19 rates falling in most areas of Wales

09 November 2020

Only three local authorities have recorded a week-on-week rise.


Negotiations begin over cost of TV licence fee after 2022

Negotiations begin over cost of TV licence fee after 2022

Negotiations begin over cost of TV licence fee after 2022

09 November 2020

The BBC has been asked to set out its financial needs.


Governments to discuss four-nation approach to Christmas

Governments to discuss four-nation approach to Christmas

Governments to discuss four-nation approach to Christmas

09 November 2020

Wales’ First Minister Mark Drakeford welcomed the news of a meeting to discuss the issue.


Father is jailed for manslaughter of son who was shaken as a baby

Father is jailed for manslaughter of son who was shaken as a baby

Father is jailed for manslaughter of son who was shaken as a baby

09 November 2020

Jack Doak Mitchell suffered severe brain damage after the assault when he was four months old.


Severe Covid-19 infection in newborns is rare, study suggests

Severe Covid-19 infection in newborns is rare, study suggests

Severe Covid-19 infection in newborns is rare, study suggests

09 November 2020

The study found 66 babies required hospital treatment for Covid-19 between the beginning of March and end of April.


Xbox Series X and Series S go on sale as company hails ‘choice’ for gamers

Xbox Series X and Series S go on sale as company hails ‘choice’ for gamers

Xbox Series X and Series S go on sale as company hails ‘choice’ for gamers

09 November 2020

Microsoft’s next-generation consoles have launched in the UK.


More migrants cross to UK in window of calm seas as winter approaches

More migrants cross to UK in window of calm seas as winter approaches

More migrants cross to UK in window of calm seas as winter approaches

09 November 2020

More than 7,600 people have crossed the English Channel to the UK this year, several times the number for 2019.


BBC chief: We are taking Diana Panorama interview allegations ‘very seriously’

BBC chief: We are taking Diana Panorama interview allegations ‘very seriously’

BBC chief: We are taking Diana Panorama interview allegations ‘very seriously’

09 November 2020

The BBC has said it will hold an independent investigation.


‘Flat of horrors’ pair guilty of murdering stranger

‘Flat of horrors’ pair guilty of murdering stranger

‘Flat of horrors’ pair guilty of murdering stranger

09 November 2020

Nathan Maynard-Ellis and David Leesley dismembered the body of Julia Rawson.


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