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Congratulations for second couple to marry at Belfast City Hall since lockdown

Congratulations for second couple to marry at Belfast City Hall since lockdown

Congratulations for second couple to marry at Belfast City Hall since lockdown

Michael McCaw from Holywood, Co Down married his fiancee Lucrecia Landeta Garcia on the steps of the east wing of City Hall.

Passengers will be asked to bring face masks to airports

Passengers will be asked to bring face masks to airports

Passengers will be asked to bring face masks to airports

The new measures will be enforced in Glasgow, Southampton and Aberdeen as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

Care home residents hit with ‘coronavirus bill’ as providers struggle – charity

Care home residents hit with ‘coronavirus bill’ as providers struggle – charity

Care home residents hit with ‘coronavirus bill’ as providers struggle – charity

Age UK said it has been contacted by older people who have been asked to pay an extra 15% a week.

Coronavirus transmission rate remains below one but is close

Coronavirus transmission rate remains below one but is close

Coronavirus transmission rate remains below one but is close

The ‘R value’ is considered critical to keeping coronavirus under control.

Meghan praises animal welfare charity’s response to Covid-19

Meghan praises animal welfare charity’s response to Covid-19

Meghan praises animal welfare charity’s response to Covid-19

The Duchess of Sussex is patron of Mayhew, an organisation founded in 1886 that today describes itself as an animal welfare social worker.

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe’s husband warns hope of permanent release fading

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe’s husband warns hope of permanent release fading

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe’s husband warns hope of permanent release fading

Mrs Zaghari-Ratcliffe’s family worry that she may be recalled to prison after receiving no news about her bid for clemency.

UK in touch with US about treatment of journalists covering Floyd protests

UK in touch with US about treatment of journalists covering Floyd protests

UK in touch with US about treatment of journalists covering Floyd protests

Downing Street confirmed embassy officials had raised the issue of police action towards journalists reporting on the anti-racist demonstrations.

Estranged couple run up nearly £600,000 legal bills in fight over £630,000

Estranged couple run up nearly £600,000 legal bills in fight over £630,000

Estranged couple run up nearly £600,000 legal bills in fight over £630,000

Deputy High Court Judge Robert Peel said the man and woman emerged from the ‘ruinous’ dispute with ‘about £5,000 each of liquid assets’.

I might have joined anti-racism protests ‘in normal times’, says Sturgeon

I might have joined anti-racism protests ‘in normal times’, says Sturgeon

I might have joined anti-racism protests ‘in normal times’, says Sturgeon

Scotland’s First Minister said the risk of spreading coronavirus means people should make their voices heard from home.

Protesters take the knee in Trafalgar Square tribute to George Floyd

Protesters take the knee in Trafalgar Square tribute to George Floyd

Protesters take the knee in Trafalgar Square tribute to George Floyd

Metropolitan Police have said mass gatherings could be viewed as unlawful under Covid-19 rules.

Manhunt after violent carjacking of man and pregnant wife

Manhunt after violent carjacking of man and pregnant wife

Manhunt after violent carjacking of man and pregnant wife

The couple were attacked on their own driveway.

William reveals he is helpline volunteer for people in crisis

William reveals he is helpline volunteer for people in crisis

William reveals he is helpline volunteer for people in crisis

The Duke of Cambridge has been conducting text message conversations with people in difficulties as a volunteer with Shout.

Helicopter crash survivors to give evidence at fatal accident inquiry

Helicopter crash survivors to give evidence at fatal accident inquiry

Helicopter crash survivors to give evidence at fatal accident inquiry

The Super Puma ditched into the sea near Shetland in 2013 with the loss of four lives.

Council contractor paints over Black Lives Matter mural after complaint

Council contractor paints over Black Lives Matter mural after complaint

Council contractor paints over Black Lives Matter mural after complaint

Norwich City Council said the covering of the mural was the result of a ‘terrible misunderstanding’.

Sturgeon warns going into other people’s homes will put lives at risk

Sturgeon warns going into other people’s homes will put lives at risk

Sturgeon warns going into other people’s homes will put lives at risk

The First Minister has urged people not to meet up indoors if the weather is poor this weekend.

Madeleine McCann suspect probed over second missing child

Madeleine McCann suspect probed over second missing child

Madeleine McCann suspect probed over second missing child

Inga Gehricke, five, disappeared from a forest in Germany.

Numbers self-isolating during a seven-day period falls to lowest level – ONS

Numbers self-isolating during a seven-day period falls to lowest level – ONS

Numbers self-isolating during a seven-day period falls to lowest level – ONS

Around 13% of adults surveyed between May 28-31 said they had self-isolated during the previous week.

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