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Sheku Bayoh death inquiry scope outlined

Sheku Bayoh death inquiry scope outlined

Sheku Bayoh death inquiry scope outlined

The family of the 32-year-old, who died while being restrained by police, said they welcome the terms of reference for the probe.

Bobby Norris: Online abuse and trolling has increased during lockdown

Bobby Norris: Online abuse and trolling has increased during lockdown

Bobby Norris: Online abuse and trolling has increased during lockdown

The reality star was giving evidence to MPs.

Virtual Commons supporters ‘lazy’ and ‘work-shy’, says Tory MP

Virtual Commons supporters ‘lazy’ and ‘work-shy’, says Tory MP

Virtual Commons supporters ‘lazy’ and ‘work-shy’, says Tory MP

MPs from all parties have opposed a return to traditional proceedings in June.

One in 25 people in England on shielding list for Covid-19

One in 25 people in England on shielding list for Covid-19

One in 25 people in England on shielding list for Covid-19

The North East has the highest number of patients on the shielded list, with 391,980, while the South West has the lowest with 217,025.

Twin Atlantic and Wet Wet Wet join 10-hour charity event line-up

Twin Atlantic and Wet Wet Wet join 10-hour charity event line-up

Twin Atlantic and Wet Wet Wet join 10-hour charity event line-up

Stream4Scotland will feature more than 40 Scottish musicians and DJs on Saturday May 30, raising money for Nordoff Robbins and ViseUp.

Lottery winners say celebrations will be ‘all the sweeter’ when lockdown lifts

Lottery winners say celebrations will be ‘all the sweeter’ when lockdown lifts

Lottery winners say celebrations will be ‘all the sweeter’ when lockdown lifts

The pair, who scooped £10,000 per month for a year, now plan to start house hunting.

Firefighters praised for saving baby deer with oxygen mask

Firefighters praised for saving baby deer with oxygen mask

Firefighters praised for saving baby deer with oxygen mask

The fawn was found in shrubs by a crew tackling a major moorland fire in South Yorkshire.

Lily Barnett, 97, completes month-long corridor walking challenge

Lily Barnett, 97, completes month-long corridor walking challenge

Lily Barnett, 97, completes month-long corridor walking challenge

The determined pensioner battled Parkinson’s disease to raise funds for Help for Heroes.

Increase in employment in some areas despite lockdown, study suggests

Increase in employment in some areas despite lockdown, study suggests

Increase in employment in some areas despite lockdown, study suggests

Roofers and security guards are among professions with increased demand, as well as NHS workers, recruiters say.

Pets at Home says slowdown in stockpiling demand will hit first-half profits

Pets at Home says slowdown in stockpiling demand will hit first-half profits

Pets at Home says slowdown in stockpiling demand will hit first-half profits

The retailer said that ‘nearly all of the exceptional demand’ from the closing weeks of March has dried up in the current quarter.

Lockdown highlights critical role of plants, Charles tells virtual Chelsea

Lockdown highlights critical role of plants, Charles tells virtual Chelsea

Lockdown highlights critical role of plants, Charles tells virtual Chelsea

The Prince of Wales said action is needed to protect the health of trees and plants which are vital to health, wellbeing and tackling climate change.

Boost for hungry drivers as KFC and Burger King to reopen at motorway services

Boost for hungry drivers as KFC and Burger King to reopen at motorway services

Boost for hungry drivers as KFC and Burger King to reopen at motorway services

Welcome Break announced that 40 food and beverage units will resume operations across its 26 motorway service areas by June 4.

Track and trace strategy coming late in the day, NHS leaders warn

Track and trace strategy coming late in the day, NHS leaders warn

Track and trace strategy coming late in the day, NHS leaders warn

The NHS Confederation said time is running out to finalise a track and trace strategy to avoid a potential second surge of Covid-19.

Immigration to UK from non-EU countries hits record levels

Immigration to UK from non-EU countries hits record levels

Immigration to UK from non-EU countries hits record levels

The figures were released by the Office for National Statistics.

Collapse slows in UK’s private sector

Collapse slows in UK’s private sector

Collapse slows in UK’s private sector

New data shows that British businesses suffered slightly less in May, compared to last month.

Use Covid-19 to end rough sleeping for good – Labour leaders

Use Covid-19 to end rough sleeping for good – Labour leaders

Use Covid-19 to end rough sleeping for good – Labour leaders

Thousands of people were taken off the streets under the Everyone In scheme.

Victims may be forced to go to court over pension payments – commissioner

Victims may be forced to go to court over pension payments – commissioner

Victims may be forced to go to court over pension payments – commissioner

Victims’ Commissioner Judith Thompson said the treatment of severely injured Troubles survivors was ‘incredibly cruel’.

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