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UK recognition of Venezuelan opposition leader would ‘breach international law’

UK recognition of Venezuelan opposition leader would ‘breach international law’

UK recognition of Venezuelan opposition leader would ‘breach international law’

Lawyers for the board of Banco Central de Venezuela appointed by Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro said recognising Juan Guaido would be ‘unlawful’.

West Midlands asks Government for £3.2 billion Covid-19 economic stimulus

West Midlands asks Government for £3.2 billion Covid-19 economic stimulus

West Midlands asks Government for £3.2 billion Covid-19 economic stimulus

The region is the first in England to set out plans, in hopes of avoiding the worst of an ‘unprecedented’ downturn.

Body found in search for missing swimmer at Durdle Door

Body found in search for missing swimmer at Durdle Door

Body found in search for missing swimmer at Durdle Door

The man’s family have been informed.

Some galleries and museums ‘may never reopen’ despite Government green light

Some galleries and museums ‘may never reopen’ despite Government green light

Some galleries and museums ‘may never reopen’ despite Government green light

Boris Johnson told the House of Commons that museums and galleries in England can welcome visitors again from July 4.

First volunteer injected in Imperial College London’s Covid-19 vaccine trials

First volunteer injected in Imperial College London’s Covid-19 vaccine trials

First volunteer injected in Imperial College London’s Covid-19 vaccine trials

Imperial’s candidate is the second of the two potential vaccines being trialled in the UK.

Daily Downing Street press conferences scrapped by the Government

Daily Downing Street press conferences scrapped by the Government

Daily Downing Street press conferences scrapped by the Government

The briefings, which have been held on almost every weekday since March 16, will be arranged to ‘coincide with significant announcements’ instead.

Guinness launches 14 million euro support package for Irish pubs

Guinness launches 14 million euro support package for Irish pubs

Guinness launches 14 million euro support package for Irish pubs

The fund will help pay for social distancing measures in bars across the island of Ireland

‘Mitigation measures important’ as social distancing reduces

‘Mitigation measures important’ as social distancing reduces

‘Mitigation measures important’ as social distancing reduces

Experts have said that reducing the two-metre social distancing rule should be coupled with enhancing other safety measures.

Guinness fertilises Christmas trees as lockdown black stuff recycled

Guinness fertilises Christmas trees as lockdown black stuff recycled

Guinness fertilises Christmas trees as lockdown black stuff recycled

The St James’s Gate brewery in Dublin is ramping up production again ahead of the reopening of pubs in Ireland and the UK.

Pub bosses cheer plans to welcome customers again

Pub bosses cheer plans to welcome customers again

Pub bosses cheer plans to welcome customers again

The bosses of pub groups Wetherspoons, Greene King and Marston’s welcomed the decision.

Banner flights suspended by airport after ‘White Lives Matter’ message

Banner flights suspended by airport after ‘White Lives Matter’ message

Banner flights suspended by airport after ‘White Lives Matter’ message

The move came after a plane towing the banner flew over a Premier League football match at the Etihad Stadium in Manchester.

Desperate plea for donations to Battle of Britain Memorial Trust

Desperate plea for donations to Battle of Britain Memorial Trust

Desperate plea for donations to Battle of Britain Memorial Trust

The Trust has seen all its fundraising activities cancelled and the memorial closed to visitors as a result of Covid-19.

Johnson signals end of ‘national hibernation’ as England’s lockdown eases

Johnson signals end of ‘national hibernation’ as England’s lockdown eases

Johnson signals end of ‘national hibernation’ as England’s lockdown eases

From July 4 the two-metre rule will be eased, visits to pubs will be allowed and overnight stays will be permitted.

What you need to know about changes to social distancing and pubs reopening

What you need to know about changes to social distancing and pubs reopening

What you need to know about changes to social distancing and pubs reopening

The Prime Minister announced a slew of lockdown alterations including that two households can meet indoors from July 4.

Man arrested on suspicion of murder of young father

Man arrested on suspicion of murder of young father

Man arrested on suspicion of murder of young father

Police are looking for information about a ‘dark-coloured car’ that was seen driving away from the scene in North Cheam.

Excess deaths in UK pass 65,000 – what the latest Covid-19 figures tell us

Excess deaths in UK pass 65,000 – what the latest Covid-19 figures tell us

Excess deaths in UK pass 65,000 – what the latest Covid-19 figures tell us

The number of deaths involving Covid-19 in the UK is now just over 54,000.

‘Huge relief’ over reopening of hotels

‘Huge relief’ over reopening of hotels

‘Huge relief’ over reopening of hotels

People will be able to stay overnight in hotels, bed and breakfasts and campsites in England from July 4.

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