Figures have also suggested that BAME people were nearly 50% more likely than white people to be arrested in London under coronavirus laws.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock said that those in hospital are “more likely” to catch coronavirus whether they work in a clinical setting or not.
There have been protests worldwide following the death of George Floyd.
All hospital visitors and outpatients will be required to wear face coverings from June 15 in England, while staff wear masks, Matt Hancock said.
Matt Hancock said the process was ‘simple and straightforward’.
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Health Secretary Matt Hancock has also said hospital visitors and outpatients will be required to wear face coverings.
Lord Rees cited the early interests of Sir Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin and Albert Einstein.
The Church of England says the decision to ban the message on a headstone was not its national policy.
Michel Barnier, who is leading the discussions for Brussels, lamented ‘no significant areas of progress’.
His co-defendant said his dog found the weapon in a park.
The Labour MP spoke of two occasions in which she has been mistaken for another black female MP since being elected in 2019.
The First Minister said a decision will be made next week.
A fundraiser set up to raise money for diverse children’s books in primary schools has reached over £6,000.
Britain and the EU agree to carry on talking despite failing to make any ‘significant progress’ in latest negotiating round.
Michael McCaw from Holywood, Co Down married his fiancee Lucrecia Landeta Garcia on the steps of the east wing of City Hall.
The new measures will be enforced in Glasgow, Southampton and Aberdeen as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.