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Biker spotted zooming down M23 at 150mph during lockdown

Biker spotted zooming down M23 at 150mph during lockdown

Biker spotted zooming down M23 at 150mph during lockdown

People have been advised to not make unnecessary journeys during the coronavirus outbreak.

Most parents do not feel confident homeschooling – survey

Most parents do not feel confident homeschooling – survey

Most parents do not feel confident homeschooling – survey

Middle-class families are more able to spend money on resources and support for children, the survey suggests.

Plea for councils to be given protective equipment with ‘utmost urgency’

Plea for councils to be given protective equipment with ‘utmost urgency’

Plea for councils to be given protective equipment with ‘utmost urgency’

The Local Government Association said there is a desperate need for more personal protective equipment for frontline council and care services.

Timelapse video released of Nightingale Hospital in Bristol

Timelapse video released of Nightingale Hospital in Bristol

Timelapse video released of Nightingale Hospital in Bristol

The facility is being built at the University of West of England in Bristol

Titanic shipyard sounds loudest siren in Belfast for NHS staff

Titanic shipyard sounds loudest siren in Belfast for NHS staff

Titanic shipyard sounds loudest siren in Belfast for NHS staff

The horn at Harland and Wolff had not been heard for two decades.

Rail worker killed after being struck by train

Rail worker killed after being struck by train

Rail worker killed after being struck by train

The man was carrying out work for Network Rail when the incident happened.

Greggs receives £150m Government coronavirus loan

Greggs receives £150m Government coronavirus loan

Greggs receives £150m Government coronavirus loan

Greggs said it believes it now has enough credit to keep it afloat in a scenario where its shops are forced to stay shut for the rest of the year.

Dad-of-two aims to raise half a million for the NHS with garden camp-a-thon

Dad-of-two aims to raise half a million for the NHS with garden camp-a-thon

Dad-of-two aims to raise half a million for the NHS with garden camp-a-thon

Ian Alcorn said the donations raised so far are “phenomenal”.

Life-saving surgery needed for Shih Tzu that swallowed lamb bone

Life-saving surgery needed for Shih Tzu that swallowed lamb bone

Life-saving surgery needed for Shih Tzu that swallowed lamb bone

Toby was very lucky to be alive, vets said.

Christian worker depicts Easter scenes in Lego

Christian worker depicts Easter scenes in Lego

Christian worker depicts Easter scenes in Lego

Niamh Newton, 19, would usually be working with children teaching them about Holy Week.

Which? urges Government price controls to stop online coronavirus profiteering

Which? urges Government price controls to stop online coronavirus profiteering

Which? urges Government price controls to stop online coronavirus profiteering

The consumer group says essential items continue to be offered on Amazon and eBay at inflated prices by sellers attempting to profit on Covid-19.

Cadbury owner among companies producing visors for frontline workers

Cadbury owner among companies producing visors for frontline workers

Cadbury owner among companies producing visors for frontline workers

Businesses are set to produce tens of thousands of medical visors a week.

Principality Stadium days away from becoming Wales’ biggest field hospital

Principality Stadium days away from becoming Wales’ biggest field hospital

Principality Stadium days away from becoming Wales’ biggest field hospital

The newly-named Dragon’s Heart Hospital will have capacity to treat up to 2,000 coronavirus patients.

Applause for Uber driver as he walks out of hospital after battling Covid-19

Applause for Uber driver as he walks out of hospital after battling Covid-19

Applause for Uber driver as he walks out of hospital after battling Covid-19

Biniam Kidane waved and gave the thumbs up to the smiling NHS workers who lined the corridors in celebration.

Debenhams enters administration with thousands of jobs at risk

Debenhams enters administration with thousands of jobs at risk

Debenhams enters administration with thousands of jobs at risk

It is the second time Debenhams has entered administration in the past 12 months.

Brown hares and chickens ‘treated as gods when they first arrived in Britain’

Brown hares and chickens ‘treated as gods when they first arrived in Britain’

Brown hares and chickens ‘treated as gods when they first arrived in Britain’

Researchers have been looking at how the animals became part of modern Easter traditions.

People visiting Irish holiday homes ‘risking lives’

People visiting Irish holiday homes ‘risking lives’

People visiting Irish holiday homes ‘risking lives’

On Thursday, Irish police established a checkpoint on both sides of the main Dublin to Belfast dual carriageway .

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