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Pubs must reopen with July restrictions to preserve jobs, warns Young’s boss

Pubs must reopen with July restrictions to preserve jobs, warns Young’s boss

Pubs must reopen with July restrictions to preserve jobs, warns Young’s boss

Patrick Dardis, chief executive officer, told the PA news agency that anything less would be ‘unviable’ if pub doors are kept shut until May.

Government unlawfully failed to publish coronavirus contracts, High Court rules

Government unlawfully failed to publish coronavirus contracts, High Court rules

Government unlawfully failed to publish coronavirus contracts, High Court rules

The Good Law Project took legal action against the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC).

Housing department confirms second headquarters in Wolverhampton

Housing department confirms second headquarters in Wolverhampton

Housing department confirms second headquarters in Wolverhampton

The move is part of the Government’s ‘levelling-up’ agenda.

Decision due on appeal hearing for legal action over indyref2 without consent

Decision due on appeal hearing for legal action over indyref2 without consent

Decision due on appeal hearing for legal action over indyref2 without consent

Martin Keatings, who brought the case, wants the issue considered urgently.

Charities bid farewell to Duke and Duchess of Sussex

Charities bid farewell to Duke and Duchess of Sussex

Charities bid farewell to Duke and Duchess of Sussex

Many of Harry and Meghan’s charities have thanked them for their support over the years.

Harry and Meghan stripped of patronages as Megxit confirmed

Harry and Meghan stripped of patronages as Megxit confirmed

Harry and Meghan stripped of patronages as Megxit confirmed

Buckingham Palace has said the the duke and duchess remained ‘much loved members of the family’.

Restaurant-style lunches served up to city’s elderly and isolated residents

Restaurant-style lunches served up to city’s elderly and isolated residents

Restaurant-style lunches served up to city’s elderly and isolated residents

Some of the most isolated people in Chichester are being brought together in the Friday Lunch Club thanks to a local business.

Coronavirus infections continue to fall across the UK

Coronavirus infections continue to fall across the UK

Coronavirus infections continue to fall across the UK

Top scientific advisers have said vaccines are having an impact on the pandemic.

Harry and Meghan’s patronages: What have they lost and what do they have left?

Harry and Meghan’s patronages: What have they lost and what do they have left?

Harry and Meghan’s patronages: What have they lost and what do they have left?

The Megxit review has ended with the confirmation the Sussexes will never return as working members of the royal family.

Scottish dental schools will not accept new students in 2021

Scottish dental schools will not accept new students in 2021

Scottish dental schools will not accept new students in 2021

Universities Scotland blamed the cancellation of final year graduations for the move.

‘Big character’ 103-year-old Tom Jones following in Captain Tom’s footsteps

‘Big character’ 103-year-old Tom Jones following in Captain Tom’s footsteps

‘Big character’ 103-year-old Tom Jones following in Captain Tom’s footsteps

The lively great-grandfather is pictured looking dapper in a tuxedo and sipping a cocktail on his online fundraiser which has smashed its target.

Harry and Meghan confirm they have stepped down as working royals

Harry and Meghan confirm they have stepped down as working royals

Harry and Meghan confirm they have stepped down as working royals

The couple will not be able to hold on to their military, Commonwealth and some other patronages.

Historic Supreme Court Uber ruling will affect wider gig economy, say unions

Historic Supreme Court Uber ruling will affect wider gig economy, say unions

Historic Supreme Court Uber ruling will affect wider gig economy, say unions

Supreme Court justices ruled on the latest round of a long-running fight between Uber operating companies and drivers on Friday.

Neighbours describe how medic carried boy from home as two arrested over death

Neighbours describe how medic carried boy from home as two arrested over death

Neighbours describe how medic carried boy from home as two arrested over death

The youngster – named locally as Alfie – was described as ‘lovely, chatty’ and ‘always polite’ by residents.

MI6 chief apologises for past treatment of LGBT+ people

MI6 chief apologises for past treatment of LGBT+ people

MI6 chief apologises for past treatment of LGBT+ people

Richard Moore says lives were blighted by the ‘unjust’ ban on LGBT+ individuals serving in the intelligence agencies.

Rail bosses urged to install tactile strips after death of visually-impaired man

Rail bosses urged to install tactile strips after death of visually-impaired man

Rail bosses urged to install tactile strips after death of visually-impaired man

The lack of a distinctive surface to assist people with vision loss was a ‘possible causal factor’ in the death of a man at a station.

What Covid-19 data is Boris Johnson likely to use for his road map?

What Covid-19 data is Boris Johnson likely to use for his road map?

What Covid-19 data is Boris Johnson likely to use for his road map?

A snapshot of the latest figures showing how the lockdown is working in England.

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