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‘No misconduct issues’ in stop and search of Christie athletes, say Met Police

‘No misconduct issues’ in stop and search of Christie athletes, say Met Police

‘No misconduct issues’ in stop and search of Christie athletes, say Met Police

A clip of a stop and search was shared on social media.

‘Animals safe’ after fire breaks out at Fife Zoo

‘Animals safe’ after fire breaks out at Fife Zoo

‘Animals safe’ after fire breaks out at Fife Zoo

A building at Fife Zoo near Ladybank caught fire on Sunday afternoon.

Churches reopen to public for Sunday services

Churches reopen to public for Sunday services

Churches reopen to public for Sunday services

Worshippers attended services across England, including a socially distanced Holy Communion at York Minster and a drive-in service in Hampshire.

Sir Elton John hails ‘humbling milestone’ as Royal Mint coin celebrates legacy

Sir Elton John hails ‘humbling milestone’ as Royal Mint coin celebrates legacy

Sir Elton John hails ‘humbling milestone’ as Royal Mint coin celebrates legacy

Coins engraved with Sir Elton’s distinctive hat and glasses will be available for purchase through the Royal Mint.

‘Crystal clear’ drinkers will not adhere to social distancing rules

‘Crystal clear’ drinkers will not adhere to social distancing rules

‘Crystal clear’ drinkers will not adhere to social distancing rules

Images from London’s Soho district showed packed streets into the early hours of Sunday

Publicans warn over crowded streets outside bars in Dublin city centre

Publicans warn over crowded streets outside bars in Dublin city centre

Publicans warn over crowded streets outside bars in Dublin city centre

Publicans said street drinking presented a terrible image and jeopardised public health.

Thousands of UK patients to enlist in ‘world-leading’ study on Covid-19 impacts

Thousands of UK patients to enlist in ‘world-leading’ study on Covid-19 impacts

Thousands of UK patients to enlist in ‘world-leading’ study on Covid-19 impacts

The study will assess the long-term mental and physical impacts of coronavirus on those who were most severely affected by it.

Government’s food poverty inaction costing poor children’s lives, says report

Government’s food poverty inaction costing poor children’s lives, says report

Government’s food poverty inaction costing poor children’s lives, says report

The report said the way Britain produces, manufactures, sells and consumes food is a barrier to healthy eating.

Ofsted to begin visiting schools from September to ‘reassure’ parents

Ofsted to begin visiting schools from September to ‘reassure’ parents

Ofsted to begin visiting schools from September to ‘reassure’ parents

Amanda Spielman, Ofsted’s chief inspector, insisted that the visits were not ‘inspection by stealth’.

Chancellor urged to focus recovery plans on ‘jobs, jobs, jobs’

Chancellor urged to focus recovery plans on ‘jobs, jobs, jobs’

Chancellor urged to focus recovery plans on ‘jobs, jobs, jobs’

Rishi Sunak is due to make a statement on the Government’s economic recovery plans in the Commons on Wednesday.

NHS could have to deliver ‘biggest-ever’ flu immunisation programme over winter

NHS could have to deliver ‘biggest-ever’ flu immunisation programme over winter

NHS could have to deliver ‘biggest-ever’ flu immunisation programme over winter

NHS chief executive Sir Simon Stevens said it was still not known whether a coronavirus vaccine will be ready for the winter.

Frog found in supermarket banana delivery after 5,000-mile journey

Frog found in supermarket banana delivery after 5,000-mile journey

Frog found in supermarket banana delivery after 5,000-mile journey

The tree frog, named Asda after the site of his discovery, has been taken in by an expert animal centre in Wales.

The Beckhams celebrate 21 years of marriage

The Beckhams celebrate 21 years of marriage

The Beckhams celebrate 21 years of marriage

Snaps showed the couple together before they had children, together as a family, with their dogs and an array of different outfits over the years.

Scottish independence support ahead in polls for ‘sustained period’ – Curtice

Scottish independence support ahead in polls for ‘sustained period’ – Curtice

Scottish independence support ahead in polls for ‘sustained period’ – Curtice

Polling expert Sir John Curtice said there was also strong support for the SNP and Nicola Sturgeon’s handling of the coronavirus crisis.

Terrorists’ jail release ‘should be supervised by someone unconnected to police’

Terrorists’ jail release ‘should be supervised by someone unconnected to police’

Terrorists’ jail release ‘should be supervised by someone unconnected to police’

Following credible threats from dissident republicans, in 2017 the Probation Service of Northern Ireland stopped directly supervising the licences.

Lie detector tests could monitor paramilitaries released from prison

Lie detector tests could monitor paramilitaries released from prison

Lie detector tests could monitor paramilitaries released from prison

A new law proposed by the Government toughening the sentencing for serious offenders is passing through Westminster.

Draft law axing early release of terrorism offenders ‘offers no hope of reform’

Draft law axing early release of terrorism offenders ‘offers no hope of reform’

Draft law axing early release of terrorism offenders ‘offers no hope of reform’

It is part of Government legislation expected to apply to Northern Ireland which is being scrutinised at Westminster, the terrorism law reviewer said.

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