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The NHS and care workers who have died during the coronavirus pandemic

The NHS and care workers who have died during the coronavirus pandemic

The NHS and care workers who have died during the coronavirus pandemic

A member of an NHS trust’s leadership team is among the latest to die after contracting Covid-19.

‘Gifted’ eye doctor dies with Covid-19 after warning others to take it seriously

‘Gifted’ eye doctor dies with Covid-19 after warning others to take it seriously

‘Gifted’ eye doctor dies with Covid-19 after warning others to take it seriously

Dr Paul Kabasele was also a church pastor and warned followers of the dangers of coronavirus.

Lockdown ‘very likely’ to continue beyond this week, says Sturgeon

Lockdown ‘very likely’ to continue beyond this week, says Sturgeon

Lockdown ‘very likely’ to continue beyond this week, says Sturgeon

Scotland’s First Minister said the coronavirus infection rate is still too high to relax measures.

Drivers and cyclists behaving worse during lockdown – survey

Drivers and cyclists behaving worse during lockdown – survey

Drivers and cyclists behaving worse during lockdown – survey

Car drivers and cyclists are behaving worse than before the coronavirus outbreak, while the behaviour of pedestrians has improved, said the survey.

Green pandemic recovery will deliver more jobs and returns, study claims

Green pandemic recovery will deliver more jobs and returns, study claims

Green pandemic recovery will deliver more jobs and returns, study claims

The UK Government should invest in projects such as renewables, broadband, electric vehicles and insulation, experts said.

Nearly 100,000 small businesses ask for new loans on first day

Nearly 100,000 small businesses ask for new loans on first day

Nearly 100,000 small businesses ask for new loans on first day

Britain’s biggest lenders launched the bounce-back loans earlier on Monday.

Portrait of Captain Tom Moore to be donated to Army Foundation College

Portrait of Captain Tom Moore to be donated to Army Foundation College

Portrait of Captain Tom Moore to be donated to Army Foundation College

Artist Neil J Arms will be donating his painting of Captain Tom surrounded by a rainbow to the Army Foundation College in Harrogate.

Corbyn ally Jennie Formby resigns as Labour’s general secretary

Corbyn ally Jennie Formby resigns as Labour’s general secretary

Corbyn ally Jennie Formby resigns as Labour’s general secretary

She said her two years in the role had been a ‘huge privilege’.

Asda offers priority delivery to 3,500 care homes and donates 250,000 face masks

Asda offers priority delivery to 3,500 care homes and donates 250,000 face masks

Asda offers priority delivery to 3,500 care homes and donates 250,000 face masks

The supermarket said it wants to ensure enough food is available for care homes in the community

Covid-19 recovery hospital named after nurse Mary Seacole

Covid-19 recovery hospital named after nurse Mary Seacole

Covid-19 recovery hospital named after nurse Mary Seacole

Mary Seacole was a Jamaican-born nurse who established a hospital to provide support for officers wounded in the Crimean War.

Murder investigation launched as mother of twin sons shot dead

Murder investigation launched as mother of twin sons shot dead

Murder investigation launched as mother of twin sons shot dead

The woman died in hospital on Sunday after the incident near Ipswich.

Anxiety rose and happiness fell as lockdown began, figures suggest

Anxiety rose and happiness fell as lockdown began, figures suggest

Anxiety rose and happiness fell as lockdown began, figures suggest

A survey shows how the nation’s wellbeing was affected by the Government’s coronavirus measures.

O2 in talks to merge with Virgin Media

O2 in talks to merge with Virgin Media

O2 in talks to merge with Virgin Media

Telefonica, O2’s Spanish owner, confirmed it is in discussions with Virgin-owner Liberty Global over a deal between the two firms.

Minister resigns after ‘intimidation’ row over money

Minister resigns after ‘intimidation’ row over money

Minister resigns after ‘intimidation’ row over money

Tory MP Conor Burns breached the code of conduct by attempting to intimidate a member of the public.

Care home workers like ‘lambs to the slaughter’ without proper access to PPE

Care home workers like ‘lambs to the slaughter’ without proper access to PPE

Care home workers like ‘lambs to the slaughter’ without proper access to PPE

Staff have told Unison their employers are not issuing them with enough protective gear such as masks, gloves, aprons and gowns.

Queen’s University Belfast given funding to develop rapid test for Covid-19

Queen’s University Belfast given funding to develop rapid test for Covid-19

Queen’s University Belfast given funding to develop rapid test for Covid-19

It is aimed at producing a diagnostic test that can reveal results within an hour.

Car dealership Pendragon held failed merger talks with rival Lookers

Car dealership Pendragon held failed merger talks with rival Lookers

Car dealership Pendragon held failed merger talks with rival Lookers

Pendragon said the talks collapsed despite believing that ‘such an exploration would have proved beneficial’.

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