The Bank of England also condemned ‘inexcusable’ links that its former governors and directors had with the slave trade.
She helped raise British spirits during the Blitz and became known as the Forces’ Sweetheart.
Emmanuel Macron gave a speech thanking London for giving his Second World War countrymen and women a voice and platform to fight Nazi tyranny.
Commander Bas Javid appealed to the public for their help to identify people.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock has indicated the restriction would not be reduced in time for all schools in England to reopen this summer.
Insurance giant Lloyd’s of London and pub chain Greene King say they will devote large sums of money to projects assisting minorities.
Health minister Vaughan Gething has said he does not want to see a repeat of scenes in England where people were pictured standing close together.
The failure of the coronavirus contact tracing app is not the first time the Government has changed course on tech-related matters.
Michael Gove and Brandon Lewis were speaking to the Commons Northern Ireland Committee.
No date has been set for the rollout of the app, despite Matt Hancock having previously said it would be available in mid-May.
The Derbyshire Police vehicle is now out of action.
The French President was visiting the UK to mark 80 years since the famous wartime broadcast by General Charles de Gaulle.
The Home Office has faced criticism over the decision.
Sir David King called waiting until June to launch the scheme ‘irresponsible’.
The Chartered Trading Standards Institute has found evidence of bogus texts from criminals attempting to gain access to homes.
At least six people were arrested on Wednesday following scenes labelled ‘disgraceful’ by First Minister Nicola Sturgeon.
Rakeem Malik threatened to car-bomb Labour’s Rosie Cooper and Jess Phillips.