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Talented athlete killed over ‘look across Tube tracks’, court told

Talented athlete killed over ‘look across Tube tracks’, court told

Talented athlete killed over ‘look across Tube tracks’, court told

Tashan Daniel was fatally stabbed in the chest last September at Hillingdon Station, west London, the Old Bailey heard.

No coronavirus deaths in Scotland for full week

No coronavirus deaths in Scotland for full week

No coronavirus deaths in Scotland for full week

Nicola Sturgeon revealed the latest figures during the daily Covid-19 briefing in Edinburgh.

Beijing accuses UK of working with US to oppress Chinese firms over Huawei ban

Beijing accuses UK of working with US to oppress Chinese firms over Huawei ban

Beijing accuses UK of working with US to oppress Chinese firms over Huawei ban

PM Boris Johnson faced a diplomatic backlash in response to his call to remove Huawei equipment from the 5G network by 2027.

Boris Johnson delivers pants gag after coming under fire over Covid-19 response

Boris Johnson delivers pants gag after coming under fire over Covid-19 response

Boris Johnson delivers pants gag after coming under fire over Covid-19 response

Mr Johnson and Sir Keir Starmer faced off at Prime Minister’s Questions.

Coronavirus death rate four times higher in large urban areas, analysis shows

Coronavirus death rate four times higher in large urban areas, analysis shows

Coronavirus death rate four times higher in large urban areas, analysis shows

The findings are based figures on Covid-19 mortality figures from the National Records of Scotland.

Asos to repay Government furlough cash as sales jump higher

Asos to repay Government furlough cash as sales jump higher

Asos to repay Government furlough cash as sales jump higher

Total sales jumped 10% to £1 billion in the four months to the end of June, it told investors on Wednesday.

Survey reveals gender inequality of Covid-19 lockdown

Survey reveals gender inequality of Covid-19 lockdown

Survey reveals gender inequality of Covid-19 lockdown

A survey of 1,500 people found the lockdown has exacerbated gender inequality, including higher risk of job loss and suffering anxiety.

PM: ‘Every reasonable step’ being taken to prepare for second coronavirus spike

PM: ‘Every reasonable step’ being taken to prepare for second coronavirus spike

PM: ‘Every reasonable step’ being taken to prepare for second coronavirus spike

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer said Boris Johnson is ‘kidding no-one’ with claims about the system’s ability to trace potential Covid-19 cases.

Captain Sir Tom Moore says personal investiture will be ‘most special of days’

Captain Sir Tom Moore says personal investiture will be ‘most special of days’

Captain Sir Tom Moore says personal investiture will be ‘most special of days’

The Second World War veteran, who raised millions for charity, will be honoured by the Queen in a special open-air ceremony in Windsor on Friday.

Covid patients ‘more likely to survive intensive care’

Covid patients ‘more likely to survive intensive care’

Covid patients ‘more likely to survive intensive care’

A new study found that more patients are less likely to die in intensive care units now compared to at the start of the pandemic.

Predictive technology rolling out to help hospitals forecast Covid-19 admissions

Predictive technology rolling out to help hospitals forecast Covid-19 admissions

Predictive technology rolling out to help hospitals forecast Covid-19 admissions

The tool will assist hospitals in diverting staff, beds and ventilators up to three weeks in advance.

Camilla expresses sympathy over Chelsea Pensioner coronavirus deaths

Camilla expresses sympathy over Chelsea Pensioner coronavirus deaths

Camilla expresses sympathy over Chelsea Pensioner coronavirus deaths

The Duchess of Cornwall paid tribute to Britain’s armed forces past and present during a visit to the Royal Hospital Chelsea.

Buzz Bingo to shut 26 bingo halls with 573 jobs at risk

Buzz Bingo to shut 26 bingo halls with 573 jobs at risk

Buzz Bingo to shut 26 bingo halls with 573 jobs at risk

The company said 91 of its clubs will continue to trade, with plans to start the reopening of sites from August 6.

Thousands of drivers suffer pothole breakdowns despite low traffic during lockdown

Thousands of drivers suffer pothole breakdowns despite low traffic during lockdown

Thousands of drivers suffer pothole breakdowns despite low traffic during lockdown

The RAC received 1,766 call-outs for vehicles damaged by faulty road surfaces between April and June, which it described as a ’cause for concern’.

Open-cast mine plea to Government as coal firm starts laying off staff

Open-cast mine plea to Government as coal firm starts laying off staff

Open-cast mine plea to Government as coal firm starts laying off staff

Banks Mining is waiting to hear if it can start production at the controversial Highthorn site near picturesque Druridge Bay in Northumberland.

Compliance with coronavirus quarantine rules ‘incredibly high’

Compliance with coronavirus quarantine rules ‘incredibly high’

Compliance with coronavirus quarantine rules ‘incredibly high’

Home Secretary Priti Patel spoke to MPs on Wednesday.

Siberia’s heatwave ‘effectively impossible’ without climate change – analysis

Siberia’s heatwave ‘effectively impossible’ without climate change – analysis

Siberia’s heatwave ‘effectively impossible’ without climate change – analysis

Human activity driving global warming made the prolonged heat from January to June at least 600 times more likely, a study has found.

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