Three people we killed and three injured in the attack in Forbury Gardens on Saturday night.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has given the biggest hint yet that the two-metre social-distancing rule will be relaxed in England, saying the Prime Minister’s review “will make an enormous difference” to businesses.Boris Johnson is expected to make an announcement this week on pubs, cafes, restaurants and hotels – with their reopening in England an ambition from …
Fiona, Alexander James and Philip Gibson died in hospital after the fire at in Paisley on Friday night.
There have been several major incidents in recent years.
The attack took place at around 7pm in Forbury Gardens in the town centre
Two air ambulances and several police vehicles responded to the attack.
Images on social media showed emergency services and a police presence with roads cordoned off.
William is just one of a number of royals to celebrate birthdays during lockdown.
Eugenie and husband Jack Brooksbank were warned “prepare for the worst” when Jack’s father George Brooksbank was put on a ventilator for five weeks.
More than 100 officers have been attacked during protests in recent weeks
A 62-year-old man was also arrested in Edinburgh where a Justice For Slaves protest had been organised by Black Lives Matter Scotland.
Protests have continued for a third weekend.
Fiona Gibson, 12, and her brothers Alexander James, eight, and five-year-old Philip Gibson died after the blaze in Paisley on Friday night.
Arthur Labinjo-Hughes died in hospital.
Home Secretary Priti Patel promised the quarantine would be reviewed after three weeks when she imposed it on June 8, giving her until June 29.
There was one further death linked to the virus in the region announced on Saturday.
The Prince of Wales has praised the charity for its response since the start of the coronavirus crisis in a video message.