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Nine more coronavirus deaths recorded in Scotland

Nine more coronavirus deaths recorded in Scotland

Nine more coronavirus deaths recorded in Scotland

The latest daily figures show 14,537 people have tested positive for coronavirus in Scotland.

Labour urges new Brexit timetable if Government cannot secure trade deal on time

Labour urges new Brexit timetable if Government cannot secure trade deal on time

Labour urges new Brexit timetable if Government cannot secure trade deal on time

Shadow Cabinet Office minister Rachel Reeves said the Government must secure a good deal and not rush trade talks.

Author Neil Gaiman criticised over journey from New Zealand to Skye in lockdown

Author Neil Gaiman criticised over journey from New Zealand to Skye in lockdown

Author Neil Gaiman criticised over journey from New Zealand to Skye in lockdown

The writer said he needed somewhere he could ‘isolate easily’.

Sew you want to go straight? Ex-prisoners’ sewing circle making face coverings

Sew you want to go straight? Ex-prisoners’ sewing circle making face coverings

Sew you want to go straight? Ex-prisoners’ sewing circle making face coverings

Ex-offenders join army of volunteers in national effort to sew face masks for all

Fundraising appeal launched after baby dies from rare illness

Fundraising appeal launched after baby dies from rare illness

Fundraising appeal launched after baby dies from rare illness

Alexander Parsons, from Plymouth, died last month at Bristol Children’s Hospital after being diagnosed with Kawasaki disease.

Nearly half of doctors fear for their health – survey

Nearly half of doctors fear for their health – survey

Nearly half of doctors fear for their health – survey

The Royal College of Physicians also found more than a third of doctors have had to self-isolate.

Line Of Duty shutdown due to Covid-19 was a massive blow – Vicky McClure

Line Of Duty shutdown due to Covid-19 was a massive blow – Vicky McClure

Line Of Duty shutdown due to Covid-19 was a massive blow – Vicky McClure

The actress says she is keen to get back to work but the most important thing is everyone’s safety.

UK on road to ruin if ‘bully’ US wins in Harry Dunn extradition row – mother

UK on road to ruin if ‘bully’ US wins in Harry Dunn extradition row – mother

UK on road to ruin if ‘bully’ US wins in Harry Dunn extradition row – mother

Charlotte Charles made the comments as the UK agreed to extradite two fugitives to the US.

Navy launches probe after leak on board aircraft carrier

Navy launches probe after leak on board aircraft carrier

Navy launches probe after leak on board aircraft carrier

Water was ankle-deep in an accommodation area following an incident on board HMS Prince of Wales.

Co Antrim-based 2 Rifles deployment to Kabul goes ahead despite pandemic

Co Antrim-based 2 Rifles deployment to Kabul goes ahead despite pandemic

Co Antrim-based 2 Rifles deployment to Kabul goes ahead despite pandemic

Several hundred personnel are deploying in staggered stages to the Afghan capital as scheduled, after two weeks of quarantine.

Heathrow boss in plea for flights to restart between ‘low risk’ countries

Heathrow boss in plea for flights to restart between ‘low risk’ countries

Heathrow boss in plea for flights to restart between ‘low risk’ countries

John Holland-Kaye also said a common international standard is required to plot the way forward.

Gove admits ‘big lessons’ need to be learned over care homes

Gove admits ‘big lessons’ need to be learned over care homes

Gove admits ‘big lessons’ need to be learned over care homes

The Cabinet Office Minister says significant steps have been taken to improve the situation.

Post-coronavirus austerity ‘not a done deal’, says OBR chairman

Post-coronavirus austerity ‘not a done deal’, says OBR chairman

Post-coronavirus austerity ‘not a done deal’, says OBR chairman

OBR chairman Robert Chote said reported Government debt of more than £300bn did not necessarily have to mean years of slashing public expenditure.

On the front line: Hospital pharmacist feels lockdown has been eased too soon

On the front line: Hospital pharmacist feels lockdown has been eased too soon

On the front line: Hospital pharmacist feels lockdown has been eased too soon

Arvinder Sarai, 26, discusses day-to-day life as a pharmacist at St Mary’s Hospital in London and how her life has changed working on the front line.

Stilton cheesemakers warn they risk going bust as sales plunge 30%

Stilton cheesemakers warn they risk going bust as sales plunge 30%

Stilton cheesemakers warn they risk going bust as sales plunge 30%

Sales are down with restaurants and farmers markets closed and international exports stopped due to coronavirus.

Thousands of small firms flock to eBay after stores shuttered

Thousands of small firms flock to eBay after stores shuttered

Thousands of small firms flock to eBay after stores shuttered

The UK arm of the online marketplace business said it has seen a surge in customers and sellers over the past two months.

Farm pioneers mixture of ‘rewilding’ and sustainable agriculture

Farm pioneers mixture of ‘rewilding’ and sustainable agriculture

Farm pioneers mixture of ‘rewilding’ and sustainable agriculture

Beavers have been introduced into an enclosure on a Norfolk farm as part of a ‘three-pronged’ approach to managing land.

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