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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.

Judge warns teenager ‘may never be released’ after throwing boy off Tate gantry

Judge warns teenager ‘may never be released’ after throwing boy off Tate gantry

Judge warns teenager ‘may never be released’ after throwing boy off Tate gantry

Mentally ill Jonty Bravery, 18, was said to have smiled after he attacked the six-year-old, blaming social services for the incident.

Little to cry over as Boohoo chiefs given £150m incentive

Little to cry over as Boohoo chiefs given £150m incentive

Little to cry over as Boohoo chiefs given £150m incentive

Founders Mahmud Kamani and Carol Kane will get £50 million each under the new plan

Bravery of youngster who lost a leg praised after motorbike rider jailed

Bravery of youngster who lost a leg praised after motorbike rider jailed

Bravery of youngster who lost a leg praised after motorbike rider jailed

The motorcyclist admitted charges including causing serious injury by dangerous driving.

Key dates in the Jonty Bravery case

Key dates in the Jonty Bravery case

Key dates in the Jonty Bravery case

The teenager has been sentenced for the attempted murder of a six-year-old boy at Tate Modern.

Schools and council in ‘stand-off’ over reopening plans

Schools and council in ‘stand-off’ over reopening plans

Schools and council in ‘stand-off’ over reopening plans

Angry parents have started a petition and staged a protest outside a council building on Friday morning.

Long-Bailey sacking: Why is anti-Semitism an issue for Labour?

Long-Bailey sacking: Why is anti-Semitism an issue for Labour?

Long-Bailey sacking: Why is anti-Semitism an issue for Labour?

Rebecca Long’s sacking by Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has put the spotlight back on the issue of anti-Semitism in the party.

Woman held over double killing at outdoor lockdown party

Woman held over double killing at outdoor lockdown party

Woman held over double killing at outdoor lockdown party

Abayomi Ajose and Cheriff Tall died after attending a ‘spontaneous gathering’ in Manchester.

Islamic State fanatic who encouraged terror cell in Germany jailed for life

Islamic State fanatic who encouraged terror cell in Germany jailed for life

Islamic State fanatic who encouraged terror cell in Germany jailed for life

Iranian-born Fatah Abdullah learned how to make a pressure cooker bomb to teach his continental conspirators Omar Babek and Ahmed Hussein.

Google announces support scheme for small British businesses

Google announces support scheme for small British businesses

Google announces support scheme for small British businesses

The tech giant has committed to helping one million businesses stay open by helping them with their online presence.

Clean-up under way after trouble on North East beaches

Clean-up under way after trouble on North East beaches

Clean-up under way after trouble on North East beaches

A local councillor said authorities had never seen North Tyneside’s beaches so busy as they were on Thursday.

Duke of Sussex launches Walking With The Wounded trek across Oman

Duke of Sussex launches Walking With The Wounded trek across Oman

Duke of Sussex launches Walking With The Wounded trek across Oman

The expedition will take place form November 20 to December 11.

Social carers ‘at higher risk of Covid death compared with general population’

Social carers ‘at higher risk of Covid death compared with general population’

Social carers ‘at higher risk of Covid death compared with general population’

Of the 17 jobs with higher rates of Covid-19 death, 11 had higher proportions of workers from black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds.

Marston’s warns outlook remains uncertain ahead of pub openings

Marston’s warns outlook remains uncertain ahead of pub openings

Marston’s warns outlook remains uncertain ahead of pub openings

The Wolverhampton-based business, which runs 1,400 pubs, said it hopes to reopen between 85% and 90% of its English pub estate from July 4.

Tui cancels Florida trips after Disney introduces face covering rule

Tui cancels Florida trips after Disney introduces face covering rule

Tui cancels Florida trips after Disney introduces face covering rule

The UK’s biggest tour operator said it made the decision following new health and safety measures introduced at Walt Disney World Resort.

Government must deliver ‘comprehensive plan’ on theatre, union says

Government must deliver ‘comprehensive plan’ on theatre, union says

Government must deliver ‘comprehensive plan’ on theatre, union says

Theatre bosses across the country warn they face ‘devastation’ amid the pandemic.

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