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Government announces more money to keep rough sleepers off streets

Government announces more money to keep rough sleepers off streets

Government announces more money to keep rough sleepers off streets

Currently almost 15,000 people are in emergency accommodation, such as hotels, to keep them safe during the coronavirus pandemic.

Lockdown easing in England but coronavirus fight far from over, Johnson says

Lockdown easing in England but coronavirus fight far from over, Johnson says

Lockdown easing in England but coronavirus fight far from over, Johnson says

Prime Minister Boris Johnson said England’s ‘national hibernation’ was ending with the relaxation of restrictions.

Diageo pours £4 million into Scots pub industry

Diageo pours £4 million into Scots pub industry

Diageo pours £4 million into Scots pub industry

The drinks giant announced the funding to help premises struggling with the coronavirus outbreak.

In Pictures: Pubs, restaurants and hair salons prepare to reopen

In Pictures: Pubs, restaurants and hair salons prepare to reopen

In Pictures: Pubs, restaurants and hair salons prepare to reopen

Boris Johnson said the ‘national hibernation’ is beginning to end.

JD Sports buys Go Outdoors back after tumbling into administration

JD Sports buys Go Outdoors back after tumbling into administration

JD Sports buys Go Outdoors back after tumbling into administration

The sportswear group said the move will “preserve as many jobs as possible” at the troubled outdoor retailer.

Schoolgirl crafts ‘hugs in a bag’ for isolated care home residents

Schoolgirl crafts ‘hugs in a bag’ for isolated care home residents

Schoolgirl crafts ‘hugs in a bag’ for isolated care home residents

Inspired by her grandmother, eight-year-old Savannah crafted a way to bring hugs to residents of a Surrey care home.

Embryo vitrification ‘safe but longer storage cuts chances of pregnancy success’

Embryo vitrification ‘safe but longer storage cuts chances of pregnancy success’

Embryo vitrification ‘safe but longer storage cuts chances of pregnancy success’

Women are also less likely to have a live birth the longer the embryos are stored, the new study suggests.

Labour in bid to force Jenrick to release Westferry development papers

Labour in bid to force Jenrick to release Westferry development papers

Labour in bid to force Jenrick to release Westferry development papers

The Housing Secretary faces accusations of ‘cash for favours’ after approving major housing development by a Tory Party donor

Hospitality bosses not meaningfully consulted over pre-lockdown plans, MPs told

Hospitality bosses not meaningfully consulted over pre-lockdown plans, MPs told

Hospitality bosses not meaningfully consulted over pre-lockdown plans, MPs told

Just Eat’s UK boss Andrew Kenny told MPs that it saw a ‘demand shock’ immediately after lockdown was announced.

Police renew appeal over John ‘Goldfinger’ Palmer murder five years on

Police renew appeal over John ‘Goldfinger’ Palmer murder five years on

Police renew appeal over John ‘Goldfinger’ Palmer murder five years on

Palmer – once described as Britain’s richest criminal – was found dead in the garden of his remote woodland home in South Weald, Essex.

90-year-old completes Suilven stair climb challenge for charity

90-year-old completes Suilven stair climb challenge for charity

90-year-old completes Suilven stair climb challenge for charity

Margaret Payne climbed the height of the mountain, raising almost £350,000 for charity.

‘Super teacher’ receives advanced bionic ‘hero’ arm

‘Super teacher’ receives advanced bionic ‘hero’ arm

‘Super teacher’ receives advanced bionic ‘hero’ arm

Vikki Smith has become the latest recipient of the advanced prosthetic arm.

Landlords looking at how to adapt pubs in post-lockdown UK

Landlords looking at how to adapt pubs in post-lockdown UK

Landlords looking at how to adapt pubs in post-lockdown UK

Some pubs will not reopen.

Protection packs and visors: How hairdressing will change in the new normal

Protection packs and visors: How hairdressing will change in the new normal

Protection packs and visors: How hairdressing will change in the new normal

Customers at some salons will be provided with face coverings and disposable capes.

Windrush review recommendations to be implemented in full, Home Secretary says

Windrush review recommendations to be implemented in full, Home Secretary says

Windrush review recommendations to be implemented in full, Home Secretary says

Priti Patel said it is her ‘determination to right the wrongs and the injustices suffered by the Windrush generation’.

Medical research ‘devastated’ by Covid-19

Medical research ‘devastated’ by Covid-19

Medical research ‘devastated’ by Covid-19

Charities have expressed concern that the fallout from the pandemic could ‘devastate’ research efforts for years to come.

Billionaire Hinduja brothers in bitter High Court battle over family assets

Billionaire Hinduja brothers in bitter High Court battle over family assets

Billionaire Hinduja brothers in bitter High Court battle over family assets

Srichand Hinduja, 84, is suing his brothers Gopichand, Prakash and Ashok.

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