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Scientists one step closer to test for Alzheimer’s disease

Scientists one step closer to test for Alzheimer’s disease

Scientists one step closer to test for Alzheimer’s disease

Research suggests a test may be able to detect changes in the brain 20 years before dementia symptoms occur.

How the internet as we know it came to be, thanks to subsea cables

How the internet as we know it came to be, thanks to subsea cables

How the internet as we know it came to be, thanks to subsea cables

Despite talk of the ‘cloud’, the vast majority of connectivity is deep under the ocean.

Government must learn lessons on business support, say MPs

Government must learn lessons on business support, say MPs

Government must learn lessons on business support, say MPs

Westminster’s Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) Committee wrote to Business Secretary Alok Sharma.

West Devon and Scarborough among areas with longest spells of no Covid-19 cases

West Devon and Scarborough among areas with longest spells of no Covid-19 cases

West Devon and Scarborough among areas with longest spells of no Covid-19 cases

The most recent new case in West Devon was recorded on June 26.

Watchdog warns over nurseries charging parents ‘unfair’ fees

Watchdog warns over nurseries charging parents ‘unfair’ fees

Watchdog warns over nurseries charging parents ‘unfair’ fees

But the regulator is not taking enforcement action against the early years sector at this stage.

PM urges drivers to be ‘courteous’ towards cyclists

PM urges drivers to be ‘courteous’ towards cyclists

PM urges drivers to be ‘courteous’ towards cyclists

Bikes will be made available on the NHS and £50 vouchers towards repair costs will be launched on Tuesday night.

Fifteen staff at NHS trust test positive for Covid-19

Fifteen staff at NHS trust test positive for Covid-19

Fifteen staff at NHS trust test positive for Covid-19

The staff are now isolating.

Ex-chancellor Alistair Darling retires from House of Lords

Ex-chancellor Alistair Darling retires from House of Lords

Ex-chancellor Alistair Darling retires from House of Lords

Lord Darling was chancellor during the financial crisis of 2008.

Shop prices fall as high street stores try to tempt shoppers back in

Shop prices fall as high street stores try to tempt shoppers back in

Shop prices fall as high street stores try to tempt shoppers back in

The latest BRC-Nielsen shop price index revealed that shop prices slid 1.3% in July, as non-food products dropped in value.

Covid-19 lineage circulating in bats for up to 70 years, say researchers

Covid-19 lineage circulating in bats for up to 70 years, say researchers

Covid-19 lineage circulating in bats for up to 70 years, say researchers

Scientists from across the globe including Glasgow, Pennsylvania and China have reconstructed the evolutionary history of SARS-CoV-2.

National Cyber Security Centre names Lindy Cameron as new chief executive

National Cyber Security Centre names Lindy Cameron as new chief executive

National Cyber Security Centre names Lindy Cameron as new chief executive

She will take over the role from Ciaran Martin in October.

Madeleine McCann: Investigators search German garden

Madeleine McCann: Investigators search German garden

Madeleine McCann: Investigators search German garden

Police began work at the site in Hanover on Monday and are expected to remain on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Johnson: European coronavirus ‘second wave’ could mean further quarantine orders

Johnson: European coronavirus ‘second wave’ could mean further quarantine orders

Johnson: European coronavirus ‘second wave’ could mean further quarantine orders

Prime Minister Boris Johnson defended the Government’s actions in imposing restrictions on Spain.

UK must be ‘vigilant’ over second Covid-19 spike, says Prime Minister

UK must be ‘vigilant’ over second Covid-19 spike, says Prime Minister

UK must be ‘vigilant’ over second Covid-19 spike, says Prime Minister

Boris Johnson was speaking on a visit to Nottingham.

Family face ‘almost unbearable’ wait for shooting inquiry to open

Family face ‘almost unbearable’ wait for shooting inquiry to open

Family face ‘almost unbearable’ wait for shooting inquiry to open

Jermaine Baker was shot dead by a police marksman in December 2015.

Thousands of Covid-19 survivors ‘could get sepsis within year’

Thousands of Covid-19 survivors ‘could get sepsis within year’

Thousands of Covid-19 survivors ‘could get sepsis within year’

Medics have been urged to watch out for early signs of the life-threatening condition among discharged patients.

Murder accused tells jury he ‘accidentally killed’ female friend during sex

Murder accused tells jury he ‘accidentally killed’ female friend during sex

Murder accused tells jury he ‘accidentally killed’ female friend during sex

Wesley Streete is accused of raping and killing Keeley Bunker before hiding her body in undergrowth.

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