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Apple and Google labelled ‘disgraceful’ over Government app U-turn

Apple and Google labelled ‘disgraceful’ over Government app U-turn

Apple and Google labelled ‘disgraceful’ over Government app U-turn

The head of one NHS Foundation Trust said the Government should not be blamed for changing their plans on developing a contact-tracing app.

Windrush petition signed by 130,000 calls for action

Windrush petition signed by 130,000 calls for action

Windrush petition signed by 130,000 calls for action

The move comes just days before the 72nd anniversary of when the SS Empire Windrush arrived at Tilbury Docks.

‘Trojan Horse’ teen killers locked up over death of ‘vulnerable’ boy

‘Trojan Horse’ teen killers locked up over death of ‘vulnerable’ boy

‘Trojan Horse’ teen killers locked up over death of ‘vulnerable’ boy

Michael Irving was stabbed to death in September last year.

No ITU Covid-19 patients in England’s biggest hospital trust, says health chief

No ITU Covid-19 patients in England’s biggest hospital trust, says health chief

No ITU Covid-19 patients in England’s biggest hospital trust, says health chief

Coronavirus-infected patients also ‘don’t seem as sick, on average, as they were’ says trust chief executive.

Landlords approve deal to slash Travelodge’s rent

Landlords approve deal to slash Travelodge’s rent

Landlords approve deal to slash Travelodge’s rent

The company’s hotels closed in March due to lockdown.

Businesswoman cries in court during £1.6 billion battle with Barclays

Businesswoman cries in court during £1.6 billion battle with Barclays

Businesswoman cries in court during £1.6 billion battle with Barclays

Amanda Staveley broke down in tears after a barrister representing the bank accused her of being engaged in a ‘hustle’.

Royal family speak out in support of British business

Royal family speak out in support of British business

Royal family speak out in support of British business

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge carried out their first public engagements of the lockdown to visit family-run firms.

Police forces experience technical issues with 101 line

Police forces experience technical issues with 101 line

Police forces experience technical issues with 101 line

Forces across the country and the NHS 111 line were affected.

Shielders call for change to ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach to Covid-19

Shielders call for change to ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach to Covid-19

Shielders call for change to ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach to Covid-19

Some of those isolating feel ‘ignored’ and would like personal medical consultations.

UCL renames building and rooms named after prominent eugenicists

UCL renames building and rooms named after prominent eugenicists

UCL renames building and rooms named after prominent eugenicists

A series of recommendations were made to university bosses following an inquiry into the history of eugenics.

Thousands raised to repair vandalised grave to enslaved man in Bristol

Thousands raised to repair vandalised grave to enslaved man in Bristol

Thousands raised to repair vandalised grave to enslaved man in Bristol

The Grade II-listed grave was attacked in St Mary’s churchyard, Henbury.

Businesswoman cries in court after Barclays makes ‘hustle’ claim

Businesswoman cries in court after Barclays makes ‘hustle’ claim

Businesswoman cries in court after Barclays makes ‘hustle’ claim

Amanda Staveley is engaged in a £1.6 billion High Court battle with the bank over 2008 investment deals.

Rate of spread of coronavirus infection across UK is shrinking, new figures show

Rate of spread of coronavirus infection across UK is shrinking, new figures show

Rate of spread of coronavirus infection across UK is shrinking, new figures show

For the UK as a whole, the current growth rate is minus 4% to minus 2%, and reflects how quickly the number of infections is changing day by day.

Councils issue warning over Test and Trace messaging scam

Councils issue warning over Test and Trace messaging scam

Councils issue warning over Test and Trace messaging scam

The Local Government Association has urged the public to be wary of fraudsters posing as NHS Test and Trace staff.

Missed targets, blunders and U-turns mark Government’s response to pandemic

Missed targets, blunders and U-turns mark Government’s response to pandemic

Missed targets, blunders and U-turns mark Government’s response to pandemic

The PA news agency looks at where the Government has missed targets and backtracked during the coronavirus crisis.

Twitter apologises to deaf people for not making voice tweets accessible

Twitter apologises to deaf people for not making voice tweets accessible

Twitter apologises to deaf people for not making voice tweets accessible

Product designer says accessibility options for those hard of hearing should have been factored in from the start of the test.

In Pictures: A trip to the shops for William and Kate

In Pictures: A trip to the shops for William and Kate

In Pictures: A trip to the shops for William and Kate

The royal couple paid separate visits to a bakery and garden centre near their Norfolk home.

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