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More than half of Covid-19 patients treated primarily for something else

More than half of Covid-19 patients treated primarily for something else

More than half of Covid-19 patients treated primarily for something else

In London the figure has reached 64%.

Rape offences recorded by police hit new annual high

Rape offences recorded by police hit new annual high

Rape offences recorded by police hit new annual high

The Office for National Statistics said there were 63,136 such incidents recorded in the year to September.

Bloody Sunday families’ 50-year quest for justice

Bloody Sunday families’ 50-year quest for justice

Bloody Sunday families’ 50-year quest for justice

In 2010 Prime Minister David Cameron delivered a public apology, describing the 1972 killings as ‘unjustified and unjustifiable’.

Bloody Sunday took music out of our house, brother of victim says

Bloody Sunday took music out of our house, brother of victim says

Bloody Sunday took music out of our house, brother of victim says

William McKinney was shot dead on Bloody Sunday 50 years ago.

Bloody Sunday victim’s sister says grief also led to death of her mother

Bloody Sunday victim’s sister says grief also led to death of her mother

Bloody Sunday victim’s sister says grief also led to death of her mother

Margaret Wray’s brother Jim was 22 when he was shot dead on January 30, 1972.

The main findings of the Bloody Sunday Inquiry

The main findings of the Bloody Sunday Inquiry

The main findings of the Bloody Sunday Inquiry

Lord Saville chaired the long-running probe into the events of January 30, 1972.

Victim’s son says Bloody Sunday left a ‘deep scar’ on generations

Victim’s son says Bloody Sunday left a ‘deep scar’ on generations

Victim’s son says Bloody Sunday left a ‘deep scar’ on generations

Patrick Doherty, a married father of six and member of the Northern Ireland Civil Rights Association, was 32 when he died on January 30 1972.

Bloody Sunday: How day of violence unfolded

Bloody Sunday: How day of violence unfolded

Bloody Sunday: How day of violence unfolded

Two policemen had been murdered in the city three days before soldiers opened fire on civil rights demonstrators.

Sister of Bloody Sunday victim speaks of guilt over time taken to discover truth

Sister of Bloody Sunday victim speaks of guilt over time taken to discover truth

Sister of Bloody Sunday victim speaks of guilt over time taken to discover truth

Jean Hegarty was living in Canada when her 17-year-old brother Kevin McElhinney was shot dead on January 30 1972.

Higgins, Martin and Corbyn to feature in Bloody Sunday 50th anniversary events

Higgins, Martin and Corbyn to feature in Bloody Sunday 50th anniversary events

Higgins, Martin and Corbyn to feature in Bloody Sunday 50th anniversary events

A series of events will take place over the weekend in Londonderry to mark the anniversary of the date when 13 civil rights protesters were shot dead.

The victims of Bloody Sunday

The victims of Bloody Sunday

The victims of Bloody Sunday

Thirteen people were killed in the shootings in January 1972 and 15 others were injured.

Victim’s brother recalls bullets flying past his head on Bloody Sunday

Victim’s brother recalls bullets flying past his head on Bloody Sunday

Victim’s brother recalls bullets flying past his head on Bloody Sunday

Seventeen-year-old Michael Kelly was shot dead during the civil rights march in Londonderry 50 years ago.

Bloody Sunday families say battle for justice goes on after 50 years

Bloody Sunday families say battle for justice goes on after 50 years

Bloody Sunday families say battle for justice goes on after 50 years

Relatives of several of those shot half a century ago have expressed doubts that they will ever be able to secure convictions.

Widgery ‘whitewash’ deepened wounds of Bloody Sunday

Widgery ‘whitewash’ deepened wounds of Bloody Sunday

Widgery ‘whitewash’ deepened wounds of Bloody Sunday

The 1972 investigation by then Lord Chief Justice John Widgery absolved the soldiers of blame.

Older customers cautious over return to bingo halls says Mecca owner

Older customers cautious over return to bingo halls says Mecca owner

Older customers cautious over return to bingo halls says Mecca owner

Rank Group said revenues dipped after the spread of the Omicron variant of coronavirus in November.

NHS staff Covid absences falling but still higher than before Christmas

NHS staff Covid absences falling but still higher than before Christmas

NHS staff Covid absences falling but still higher than before Christmas

The figures are down 15% on the average of 35,555 the previous week.

DUP sets deadline for progress in protocol negotiations after Truss meeting

DUP sets deadline for progress in protocol negotiations after Truss meeting

DUP sets deadline for progress in protocol negotiations after Truss meeting

The Foreign Secretary held talks with DUP First Minister Paul Givan and Sinn Fein deputy First Minister Michelle O’Neill in Belfast.

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