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Shopping centre owner Intu tumbles into administration

Shopping centre owner Intu tumbles into administration

Shopping centre owner Intu tumbles into administration

The shopping centre applied to appoint James Robert Tucker, Michael Robert Pink and David John Pike from KPMG as administrators.

Death rate from Covid-19 in England’s hospitals is falling – experts

Death rate from Covid-19 in England’s hospitals is falling – experts

Death rate from Covid-19 in England’s hospitals is falling – experts

The number of deaths is reducing by 4.3% per day – halving every 16 days, Oxford University experts say.

Plastic Champagne flutes and quarantined dresses as bridal shops reopen

Plastic Champagne flutes and quarantined dresses as bridal shops reopen

Plastic Champagne flutes and quarantined dresses as bridal shops reopen

Many couples had to postpone their big day due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Heavy police presence in Glasgow city centre as officers respond to incident

Heavy police presence in Glasgow city centre as officers respond to incident

Heavy police presence in Glasgow city centre as officers respond to incident

Several streets have been closed after images on social media showed armed police entering a building.

Duchess of Cornwall ‘delighted’ to take on role with soldiers’ charity

Duchess of Cornwall ‘delighted’ to take on role with soldiers’ charity

Duchess of Cornwall ‘delighted’ to take on role with soldiers’ charity

Camilla has become the vice patron of ABF The Soldiers’ Charity.

Police arrest eight after trouble on North East beaches

Police arrest eight after trouble on North East beaches

Police arrest eight after trouble on North East beaches

Police chiefs and politicians condemned the behaviour of a minority who drank and fought in the heat on Thursday.

‘Breakdown in public behaviour’ led to major incident on Bournemouth beach

‘Breakdown in public behaviour’ led to major incident on Bournemouth beach

‘Breakdown in public behaviour’ led to major incident on Bournemouth beach

The leader of Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Council condemned the hundreds of thousands of people who descended on the Dorset beaches.

Fine Gael votes in favour of coalition deal

Fine Gael votes in favour of coalition deal

Fine Gael votes in favour of coalition deal

It should be known on Friday evening if a government will be formed or if a political crisis beckons.

Queen thanks service personnel and veterans ahead of Armed Forces Day

Queen thanks service personnel and veterans ahead of Armed Forces Day

Queen thanks service personnel and veterans ahead of Armed Forces Day

The Queen has voiced her ‘warmest best wishes’ ahead of commemorations on Saturday.

No coronavirus deaths recorded on weekday for first time since before lockdown

No coronavirus deaths recorded on weekday for first time since before lockdown

No coronavirus deaths recorded on weekday for first time since before lockdown

Nicola Sturgeon said it is significant as registered deaths tend to be artificially low at weekends, when zero deaths have previously been noted.

Police officer tells court how ‘bloody mess’ in road was Pc Andrew Harper

Police officer tells court how ‘bloody mess’ in road was Pc Andrew Harper

Police officer tells court how ‘bloody mess’ in road was Pc Andrew Harper

Three teenagers are on trial at the Old Bailey accused of murder over an incident in Berkshire last August.

Virtual celebrations ‘should not diminish importance of Armed Forces Day’

Virtual celebrations ‘should not diminish importance of Armed Forces Day’

Virtual celebrations ‘should not diminish importance of Armed Forces Day’

Scottish Secretary Alister Jack said the UK has been embroiled in a new battle this year against coronavirus.

Red Arrows to perform fly-past on ‘virtual’ Armed Forces Day

Red Arrows to perform fly-past on ‘virtual’ Armed Forces Day

Red Arrows to perform fly-past on ‘virtual’ Armed Forces Day

Military bands will perform via social media, and the Red Arrows will soar over North Yorkshire.

Men stabbed at Bournemouth beach

Men stabbed at Bournemouth beach

Men stabbed at Bournemouth beach

The three men were stabbed hours after a major incident was declared at Bournemouth beach

‘When they urinate in your garden, it’s the pits’: Residents condemn beachgoers

‘When they urinate in your garden, it’s the pits’: Residents condemn beachgoers

‘When they urinate in your garden, it’s the pits’: Residents condemn beachgoers

Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole Council declared a major incident after huge numbers of visitors crowded on to the beach.

Sainsbury’s set to post ‘reassuring’ sales jump in new chief’s first update

Sainsbury’s set to post ‘reassuring’ sales jump in new chief’s first update

Sainsbury’s set to post ‘reassuring’ sales jump in new chief’s first update

Simon Roberts took over as the FTSE 100 grocer’s new chief executive officer at the start of June, replacing Mike Coupe.

Take ‘more personal responsibility’ from July 4, police chiefs urge

Take ‘more personal responsibility’ from July 4, police chiefs urge

Take ‘more personal responsibility’ from July 4, police chiefs urge

Some 1,691 tickets were issued in England since Covid-19 restrictions were first eased on May 13.

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