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Man launches blue hearts for NHS campaign in tribute to ‘inspirational’ wife

Man launches blue hearts for NHS campaign in tribute to ‘inspirational’ wife

Man launches blue hearts for NHS campaign in tribute to ‘inspirational’ wife

Andy Williams, from Guildford, hopes that people will post blue hearts in their windows in support of NHS workers.

PM ‘interested’ to see French government adopt similar coronavirus slogan

PM ‘interested’ to see French government adopt similar coronavirus slogan

PM ‘interested’ to see French government adopt similar coronavirus slogan

On Sunday, Emmanuel Macron unveiled the ‘sauvez des vies, restez prudents’ tagline

Public support a boost during dispiriting PPE problems, leading nurse says

Public support a boost during dispiriting PPE problems, leading nurse says

Public support a boost during dispiriting PPE problems, leading nurse says

‘The public support throughout this pandemic has been absolutely fantastic’.

No guarantee of a vaccine against Covid-19, Government warns

No guarantee of a vaccine against Covid-19, Government warns

No guarantee of a vaccine against Covid-19, Government warns

The UK is at a forefront of developing a vaccine, the Prime Minister said.

We don’t expect a big flood of people back to work, says Johnson

We don’t expect a big flood of people back to work, says Johnson

We don’t expect a big flood of people back to work, says Johnson

The PM says the Government is taking ‘baby steps’ as it sets out its ‘road map’ for lifting the lockdown

Some countries ‘blind driving’ in lifting lockdown measures, warn health chiefs

Some countries ‘blind driving’ in lifting lockdown measures, warn health chiefs

Some countries ‘blind driving’ in lifting lockdown measures, warn health chiefs

A senior World Health Organisation official warned countries to ‘keep their eyes open’.

Harry’s tribute to war veterans who acted as plastic surgery guinea pigs

Harry’s tribute to war veterans who acted as plastic surgery guinea pigs

Harry’s tribute to war veterans who acted as plastic surgery guinea pigs

The duke appeared on the BBC’s The One Show on Monday.

Primary school classes should be limited to 15 pupils, Government guidance says

Primary school classes should be limited to 15 pupils, Government guidance says

Primary school classes should be limited to 15 pupils, Government guidance says

Schools should also consider introducing one-way circulation, or placing a divider down the middle of the corridor, to keep young people apart.

Key points in the Government’s ‘Covid-19 secure’ workplace guidance

Key points in the Government’s ‘Covid-19 secure’ workplace guidance

Key points in the Government’s ‘Covid-19 secure’ workplace guidance

The Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy has outlined five elements to help businesses get back to work.

All businesses to face Government inspections before reopening

All businesses to face Government inspections before reopening

All businesses to face Government inspections before reopening

Companies in sectors that are allowed to trade must display a certificate to show staff are protected in the workplace.

Earlier lockdown in Scotland could have prevented 2,000 deaths – study

Earlier lockdown in Scotland could have prevented 2,000 deaths – study

Earlier lockdown in Scotland could have prevented 2,000 deaths – study

A model developed by University of Edinburgh scientists predicted the death toll would have been around 577 – about 80% lower than the current total.

Penguin parade turned into race by BBC Sport commentator

Penguin parade turned into race by BBC Sport commentator

Penguin parade turned into race by BBC Sport commentator

Andrew Cotter has turned his skills to penguin videos to make up for a lack of live sports.

Government considering monitoring waste water to track Covid-19 locally

Government considering monitoring waste water to track Covid-19 locally

Government considering monitoring waste water to track Covid-19 locally

Downing Street said officials were investigating whether sewage samples would allow them to track the virus.

James Middleton shaves off beard to surprise fiancee

James Middleton shaves off beard to surprise fiancee

James Middleton shaves off beard to surprise fiancee

The Duchess of Cambridge’s brother said it was the first time he had been without facial hair for seven years.

MPs approve seven-day Parliament suspension for Tory former minister

MPs approve seven-day Parliament suspension for Tory former minister

MPs approve seven-day Parliament suspension for Tory former minister

Conor Burns will be barred from the parliamentary estate following breaches of the code of conduct.

‘Mish-mash’ of guidance is a recipe for disaster for police – lawyer

‘Mish-mash’ of guidance is a recipe for disaster for police – lawyer

‘Mish-mash’ of guidance is a recipe for disaster for police – lawyer

Fresh guidance for officers on changes to the rules will be issued later in the week.

Early humans ‘existed in Europe far earlier than previously thought’

Early humans ‘existed in Europe far earlier than previously thought’

Early humans ‘existed in Europe far earlier than previously thought’

Researchers say early humans and Neanderthals existed together on the continent for longer than previously suggested.

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