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Charles reveals he lost sense of taste and smell when he got coronavirus

Charles reveals he lost sense of taste and smell when he got coronavirus

Charles reveals he lost sense of taste and smell when he got coronavirus

The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall met frontline NHS staff and key workers in person at Gloucestershire Royal Hospital.

Home Office ‘has no idea’ how many people are in the UK illegally, report finds

Home Office ‘has no idea’ how many people are in the UK illegally, report finds

Home Office ‘has no idea’ how many people are in the UK illegally, report finds

The National Audit Office said the last estimate was calculated in 2005.

Nuisance caller who pushed police officer into canal is jailed

Nuisance caller who pushed police officer into canal is jailed

Nuisance caller who pushed police officer into canal is jailed

Sharna Dixon made more than 700 malicious calls, and after one unnecessary callout she pushed a police officer into a canal, breaking his wrist.

References to Edward Colston covered up and removed from Bristol Cathedral

References to Edward Colston covered up and removed from Bristol Cathedral

References to Edward Colston covered up and removed from Bristol Cathedral

Panes were also removed from a window at St Mary Redcliffe church.

Life ‘on hold’ after cancelled knee replacement surgery, patient says

Life ‘on hold’ after cancelled knee replacement surgery, patient says

Life ‘on hold’ after cancelled knee replacement surgery, patient says

Rob Martinez told MPs that he was ‘frustrated and anxious’ while waiting for his surgery.

Experts call for action to mitigate massive pandemic job losses

Experts call for action to mitigate massive pandemic job losses

Experts call for action to mitigate massive pandemic job losses

More than 600,000 people lost their jobs during lockdown, even as furlough masked some of the worst effects of the pandemic.

Government U-turns on free summer meals for pupils after Rashford campaign

Government U-turns on free summer meals for pupils after Rashford campaign

Government U-turns on free summer meals for pupils after Rashford campaign

Downing Street announced a £120 million fund which will benefit some 1.3 million children in England

Cheap steroid dramatically reduces Covid-19 deaths – research

Cheap steroid dramatically reduces Covid-19 deaths – research

Cheap steroid dramatically reduces Covid-19 deaths – research

Dexamethasone was found to cut the death rate among ventilated coronavirus patients by up to a third.

Sturgeon hopes easing lockdown can aid economic recovery

Sturgeon hopes easing lockdown can aid economic recovery

Sturgeon hopes easing lockdown can aid economic recovery

The First Minister said restrictions must be relaxed gradually to avoid coronavirus running out of control in Scotland.

Ex-international development ministers criticise plan to abolish department

Ex-international development ministers criticise plan to abolish department

Ex-international development ministers criticise plan to abolish department

Rory Stewart was among former ministers who said that removing the department would cause disruption.

Public using social media less for coronavirus news, Ofcom survey suggests

Public using social media less for coronavirus news, Ofcom survey suggests

Public using social media less for coronavirus news, Ofcom survey suggests

News consumption about coronavirus has dropped slightly but social media experienced one of the biggest falls, data indicates.

Younger children’s mental health suffering during lockdown

Younger children’s mental health suffering during lockdown

Younger children’s mental health suffering during lockdown

Prioritisation mental health for children is ‘critical’, one expert has said.

Government should invest £15bn in firms and sell stakes to public – report

Government should invest £15bn in firms and sell stakes to public – report

Government should invest £15bn in firms and sell stakes to public – report

A new report by think-tank the Social Market Foundation said the fund could be floated on the stock market, with discounts for the low-paid.

Civil War memorial damaged and spray-painted with ‘BLM’

Civil War memorial damaged and spray-painted with ‘BLM’

Civil War memorial damaged and spray-painted with ‘BLM’

Police said they are ‘looking at all possible groups and individuals that may have caused this damage’.

What the latest figures tell us about UK Covid-19 deaths

What the latest figures tell us about UK Covid-19 deaths

What the latest figures tell us about UK Covid-19 deaths

The number of deaths involving Covid-19 in the UK is now just over 53,000.

More suspected migrants cross Channel despite thick sea fog

More suspected migrants cross Channel despite thick sea fog

More suspected migrants cross Channel despite thick sea fog

Border Force boats were busy in the English Channel on Tuesday as crossings appeared to continue unabated.

Queen says behind-closed-doors Royal Ascot will feel different for many

Queen says behind-closed-doors Royal Ascot will feel different for many

Queen says behind-closed-doors Royal Ascot will feel different for many

The 94-year-old monarch and horseracing fan will watch the coverage on television from Windsor Castle.

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