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Rail trespassing up 25% during coronavirus lockdown

Rail trespassing up 25% during coronavirus lockdown

Rail trespassing up 25% during coronavirus lockdown

Network Rail said there were 1,024 trespass incidents recorded between March 23 and April 26.

Growing expectation it will be six months or more before back to ‘normal’ – poll

Growing expectation it will be six months or more before back to ‘normal’ – poll

Growing expectation it will be six months or more before back to ‘normal’ – poll

The Office for National Statistics also found people believe society will be more united and kinder following the pandemic.

One in eight households has no garden, figures show

One in eight households has no garden, figures show

One in eight households has no garden, figures show

Black people are four times more likely to have no access to outdoor space, data revealed.

Royal family praises pharmacists for tireless work

Royal family praises pharmacists for tireless work

Royal family praises pharmacists for tireless work

The Queen is patron of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society.

Scientists call for research into whether mouthwash could reduce Covid-19 spread

Scientists call for research into whether mouthwash could reduce Covid-19 spread

Scientists call for research into whether mouthwash could reduce Covid-19 spread

Scientists say it is not known whether mouthwash is effective in controlling transmission, and people should continue to follow Government guidance.

Investment in NHS digital transformation inadequate, says National Audit Office

Investment in NHS digital transformation inadequate, says National Audit Office

Investment in NHS digital transformation inadequate, says National Audit Office

A report by the public spending watchdog says current investment in improving digital services in the NHS has failed to make the required impact.

Honda to resume car production next month

Honda to resume car production next month

Honda to resume car production next month

The firm has followed other car manufacturers such as JLR and Ford in announcing moves to restart production.

Marston’s secures £70m funding boost to help pubs through sustained closures

Marston’s secures £70m funding boost to help pubs through sustained closures

Marston’s secures £70m funding boost to help pubs through sustained closures

Pubs could potentially reopen in July if Government conditions are met.

Sadiq Khan: TfL services will be cut without immediate Government grant

Sadiq Khan: TfL services will be cut without immediate Government grant

Sadiq Khan: TfL services will be cut without immediate Government grant

The Mayor of London said that without financial support by the end of Thursday, the transport body will need to reduce its Tube and bus networks.

British Airways’ 12,000 job cuts to go ahead despite furlough extension

British Airways’ 12,000 job cuts to go ahead despite furlough extension

British Airways’ 12,000 job cuts to go ahead despite furlough extension

Willie Walsh, chief executive of the airline’s owner IAG, said the redundancies would still need to go ahead as flights remain mainly grounded.

Minister accused of spreading ‘fake news’ about Labour leader

Minister accused of spreading ‘fake news’ about Labour leader

Minister accused of spreading ‘fake news’ about Labour leader

Nadine Dorries shared a video on Twitter, featuring a clip of an interview with Sir Keir Starmer which Labour said had been ‘doctored’.

US ban restricting Huawei from using Android extended until May 2021

US ban restricting Huawei from using Android extended until May 2021

US ban restricting Huawei from using Android extended until May 2021

The ban means newer Huawei phones do not have direct access to YouTube or Google Maps.

Call for ‘ambitious’ strategy to bring beavers back to England

Call for ‘ambitious’ strategy to bring beavers back to England

Call for ‘ambitious’ strategy to bring beavers back to England

Conservation groups and wildlife experts have expressed concern over delays to restoring native species that went extinct hundreds of years ago.

Long line of top footballers targeted by criminals

Long line of top footballers targeted by criminals

Long line of top footballers targeted by criminals

England footballer Dele Alli was attacked when two armed raiders broke into his home.

Naga Munchetty says ‘lessons have been learned’ from BBC Breakfast row

Naga Munchetty says ‘lessons have been learned’ from BBC Breakfast row

Naga Munchetty says ‘lessons have been learned’ from BBC Breakfast row

The BBC Breakfast presenter said that ‘things are improving’ following the incident.

Freezing temperatures recorded as UK wakes up to cold snap

Freezing temperatures recorded as UK wakes up to cold snap

Freezing temperatures recorded as UK wakes up to cold snap

Katesbridge in Northern Ireland saw its lowest temperature ever recorded in May at minus 6.1C.

New 5km fundraiser for care workers challenges runners to beat their PB

New 5km fundraiser for care workers challenges runners to beat their PB

New 5km fundraiser for care workers challenges runners to beat their PB

The Faster 5K Friday initiative was kick-started by those behind the Run For Heroes, which has raised more than £5.4 million for NHS charities.

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