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Cycling app to use crowd-sourced data to help with bike-friendly city planning

Cycling app to use crowd-sourced data to help with bike-friendly city planning

Cycling app to use crowd-sourced data to help with bike-friendly city planning

Cycling technology firm See.Sense is introducing an Infrastructure Request feature to its app which will allow cyclists to suggest route improvements.

Schools will struggle to host exams in autumn, heads warn

Schools will struggle to host exams in autumn, heads warn

Schools will struggle to host exams in autumn, heads warn

Expecting all schools to run a full exam series while co-ordinating the return of more students is ‘unreasonable’, union NAHT says.

Chancellor urged to act as more than one million miss out on coronavirus support

Chancellor urged to act as more than one million miss out on coronavirus support

Chancellor urged to act as more than one million miss out on coronavirus support

The Treasury Select Committee said Rishi Sunak must live up to his promise to do whatever it takes to help people.

Private prayer in places of worship ‘a sign of something like normality’

Private prayer in places of worship ‘a sign of something like normality’

Private prayer in places of worship ‘a sign of something like normality’

A full reopening with services is not expected to take place until at least July 4.

Reopening charity shops ‘will not be enough to save sector’ – committee

Reopening charity shops ‘will not be enough to save sector’ – committee

Reopening charity shops ‘will not be enough to save sector’ – committee

From Monday, charity shops will start to reopen as part of the Government’s Covid-19 recovery strategy.

Art galleries to offer more ‘intimate and personal’ viewing experience

Art galleries to offer more ‘intimate and personal’ viewing experience

Art galleries to offer more ‘intimate and personal’ viewing experience

Appointment-based booking systems will be in place at some venues.

New drug aimed at minimising damage caused by Covid-19 to be trialled in UK

New drug aimed at minimising damage caused by Covid-19 to be trialled in UK

New drug aimed at minimising damage caused by Covid-19 to be trialled in UK

Severe inflammation in the lungs, a natural response of the body to coronavirus, is thought to be behind formation of blood clots.

Charity shops set to be ‘treasure trove of gems’ after lockdown clear-outs

Charity shops set to be ‘treasure trove of gems’ after lockdown clear-outs

Charity shops set to be ‘treasure trove of gems’ after lockdown clear-outs

Bosses believe more volunteers will be needed due to the expected influx of donations.

Talking about mental health ‘vital’ as sport returns, says Duke of Cambridge

Talking about mental health ‘vital’ as sport returns, says Duke of Cambridge

Talking about mental health ‘vital’ as sport returns, says Duke of Cambridge

William was joined on an online call by famous sports stars to discuss mental wellbeing.

What the papers say – June 14

What the papers say – June 14

What the papers say – June 14

An end to the two-metre social distancing rule features on the fronts, along with protests in London.

Boris Johnson and Sir Keir Starmer mark third anniversary of Grenfell Tower fire

Boris Johnson and Sir Keir Starmer mark third anniversary of Grenfell Tower fire

Boris Johnson and Sir Keir Starmer mark third anniversary of Grenfell Tower fire

The blaze claimed 72 lives and more than 70 other people were injured.

Boris Johnson orders review of two-metre rule

Boris Johnson orders review of two-metre rule

Boris Johnson orders review of two-metre rule

The move comes as thousands of non-essential shops in England are set to re-open on Monday

Boris Johnson drops plans to make gender change easier

Boris Johnson drops plans to make gender change easier

Boris Johnson drops plans to make gender change easier

A No 10 source told the PA news agency that the details of the response were yet to be finalised.

More than 100 arrested as PM condemns far-right protests as ‘racist thuggery’

More than 100 arrested as PM condemns far-right protests as ‘racist thuggery’

More than 100 arrested as PM condemns far-right protests as ‘racist thuggery’

Many of those present chanted ‘Tommy Robinson’ and sang the national anthem as violence erupted around London.

Ministers in push to get more pupils back into school before summer break

Ministers in push to get more pupils back into school before summer break

Ministers in push to get more pupils back into school before summer break

Boris Johnson is working with the Education Secretary on a ‘catch-up’ package for children who missed out on learning during lockdown.

Priti Patel condemns ‘desecration’ of police memorial at far-right protest

Priti Patel condemns ‘desecration’ of police memorial at far-right protest

Priti Patel condemns ‘desecration’ of police memorial at far-right protest

The Home Secretary branded the protesters’ behaviour at the far-right protest as “extreme thuggery”.

Man urinating next to Pc Keith Palmer’s memorial ‘should be sent to prison’

Man urinating next to Pc Keith Palmer’s memorial ‘should be sent to prison’

Man urinating next to Pc Keith Palmer’s memorial ‘should be sent to prison’

A picture showing a protester urinating next to the memorial has sparked outrage, with calls made to identify him.

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