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Hoteliers draw up plan to help tourism industry recover

Hoteliers draw up plan to help tourism industry recover

Hoteliers draw up plan to help tourism industry recover

The Government is being urged to trial lifting the lockdown in the tourism sector in Bournemouth.

RAF jets bomb Islamic State caves in Iraq

RAF jets bomb Islamic State caves in Iraq

RAF jets bomb Islamic State caves in Iraq

Two Typhoon fighters struck six cave entrances used by the terrorist group.

UK cinemas could reopen by mid-July, says Vue boss

UK cinemas could reopen by mid-July, says Vue boss

UK cinemas could reopen by mid-July, says Vue boss

Vue chief Tim Richards said there will be a ‘demand like we’ve never seen before’ for cinemas when they are reopened.

Housekeeper becomes hospital’s fourth frontline worker to die with Covid-19

Housekeeper becomes hospital’s fourth frontline worker to die with Covid-19

Housekeeper becomes hospital’s fourth frontline worker to die with Covid-19

Momudou ‘Mo’ Dibba was known for going ‘above and beyond’ in his work at Watford General Hospital.

Petrol prices drop to four-year low

Petrol prices drop to four-year low

Petrol prices drop to four-year low

The average cost of a litre of petrol at UK forecourts is £1.08, according to Government data.

McDonald’s reveals first restaurants to reopen for deliveries

McDonald’s reveals first restaurants to reopen for deliveries

McDonald’s reveals first restaurants to reopen for deliveries

The sites are clustered around London and the South East.

MOT exemptions extended to a year in Northern Ireland

MOT exemptions extended to a year in Northern Ireland

MOT exemptions extended to a year in Northern Ireland

It would not be possible to accommodate the backlog as well as conduct normal business at testing centres, Nichola Mallon said.

Strict lockdown measures unlikely to be lifted ‘overnight’ – Rees-Mogg

Strict lockdown measures unlikely to be lifted ‘overnight’ – Rees-Mogg

Strict lockdown measures unlikely to be lifted ‘overnight’ – Rees-Mogg

The Commons Leader said it ‘may take some time’ for the UK to be operating without some coronavirus-related restrictions in place.

Hancock dismisses claims of ‘state surveillance’ through Covid-19 app

Hancock dismisses claims of ‘state surveillance’ through Covid-19 app

Hancock dismisses claims of ‘state surveillance’ through Covid-19 app

Amnesty International UK has warned that the NHS app could open the door to widespread monitoring of individuals.

Plastic found in almost four in 10 seabird nests on uninhabited island

Plastic found in almost four in 10 seabird nests on uninhabited island

Plastic found in almost four in 10 seabird nests on uninhabited island

The University of Glasgow led the research on the Lady Isle in the Firth of Clyde.

Man appears in court charged with murder of his solicitor wife

Man appears in court charged with murder of his solicitor wife

Man appears in court charged with murder of his solicitor wife

Silke Hartshorne-Jones was found with gunshot wounds at their Suffolk farmhouse.

Consultant: Real test will come when lockdown restrictions are relaxed

Consultant: Real test will come when lockdown restrictions are relaxed

Consultant: Real test will come when lockdown restrictions are relaxed

After two months of lockdown, Dr Damien Scullion said Covid-19 will either proliferate or remain dormant as the public start to come out of isolation.

Campaigners warn Government over ‘unlawful’ unconditional airline bailout

Campaigners warn Government over ‘unlawful’ unconditional airline bailout

Campaigners warn Government over ‘unlawful’ unconditional airline bailout

The Chancellor has been asked for assurances any bailout of the aviation industry will have conditions to ensure there are meaningful emissions cuts.

Zoo names penguin chick Wilfred after Boris Johnson’s newborn son

Zoo names penguin chick Wilfred after Boris Johnson’s newborn son

Zoo names penguin chick Wilfred after Boris Johnson’s newborn son

A rockhopper penguin chick that will grow up with a head of blonde feathers has been named after the Prime Minister’s new baby.

Care home deaths increase by more than 2,500 in one week – ONS

Care home deaths increase by more than 2,500 in one week – ONS

Care home deaths increase by more than 2,500 in one week – ONS

There were 5,890 coronavirus-related care home deaths registered up to April 24 in England and Wales, the Office for National Statistics said.

Belfast airport ‘working around the clock’ to make it safe for travellers

Belfast airport ‘working around the clock’ to make it safe for travellers

Belfast airport ‘working around the clock’ to make it safe for travellers

Aer Lingus is to carry out a review after pictures emerged of an almost full flight with no apparent evidence of social distancing measures.

Use of face masks ‘inevitable’ when lockdown eased, says Labour leader

Use of face masks ‘inevitable’ when lockdown eased, says Labour leader

Use of face masks ‘inevitable’ when lockdown eased, says Labour leader

Sir Keir Starmer said he will raise the issue with the Prime Minister this week.

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