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Three arrested in connection with murder of teenage law student

Three arrested in connection with murder of teenage law student

Three arrested in connection with murder of teenage law student

Aya Hachem was an innocent passer-by and not the intended target of the broad-daylight attack in a main road in Blackburn, Lancashire, on Sunday.

Autumn and winter could be better environment for Covid-19, expert warns

Autumn and winter could be better environment for Covid-19, expert warns

Autumn and winter could be better environment for Covid-19, expert warns

Professor Jonathan Van-Tam said more information was needed on the seasonality of the virus.

Former PM Tony Blair backs Government bid to reopen schools

Former PM Tony Blair backs Government bid to reopen schools

Former PM Tony Blair backs Government bid to reopen schools

The ex-Downing Street incumbent said the risk of coronavirus transmission among young children was ‘quite low’.

Immigration reforms suggest Covid-19 key workers unwelcome in UK, claims Labour

Immigration reforms suggest Covid-19 key workers unwelcome in UK, claims Labour

Immigration reforms suggest Covid-19 key workers unwelcome in UK, claims Labour

SNP immigration spokesman Stuart McDonald criticised the ‘dreadful’ Bill.

In Pictures: Schools reconfigure classrooms to meet social-distancing guidelines

In Pictures: Schools reconfigure classrooms to meet social-distancing guidelines

In Pictures: Schools reconfigure classrooms to meet social-distancing guidelines

Teachers have been required to rethink before children return from lockdown.

UK hotter than California as temperature rises to 24C

UK hotter than California as temperature rises to 24C

UK hotter than California as temperature rises to 24C

The mercury is expected to rise as high as 25C on Tuesday and 27C on Wednesday.

At least 1,000 migrants arrive in UK during Covid-19 lockdown

At least 1,000 migrants arrive in UK during Covid-19 lockdown

At least 1,000 migrants arrive in UK during Covid-19 lockdown

Eight more migrants were taken ashore in Dover on Monday, the Home Office confirmed.

Medical chief denies Covid cases were missed due to symptoms not being listed

Medical chief denies Covid cases were missed due to symptoms not being listed

Medical chief denies Covid cases were missed due to symptoms not being listed

Experts said that an insistence that only fever and cough were the major symptoms had missed thousands of cases of the virus.

Charles records video message in support of Pick For Britain campaign

Charles records video message in support of Pick For Britain campaign

Charles records video message in support of Pick For Britain campaign

The Prince of Wales, who is a keen farmer, has urged people to help farmers gather their crops this season.

Children not ‘high transmitters’ of coronavirus, scientist suggests

Children not ‘high transmitters’ of coronavirus, scientist suggests

Children not ‘high transmitters’ of coronavirus, scientist suggests

Professor Jonathan Van-Tam said that it does not seem that children are “high-output transmitters” of Covid-19.

London Mayor calls for quarantine on foreign visitors as soon as possible

London Mayor calls for quarantine on foreign visitors as soon as possible

London Mayor calls for quarantine on foreign visitors as soon as possible

Sadiq Khan said the only reason for delaying quarantine measures was because of the Government’s failure to prepare for the pandemic.

Police ‘will move heaven and earth’ to find teenage law student’s killers

Police ‘will move heaven and earth’ to find teenage law student’s killers

Police ‘will move heaven and earth’ to find teenage law student’s killers

The teenager was hit by one of several shots fired from a passing car as she walked to a Lidl supermarket to buy food for her family.

Covid snakes: The craft projects bringing communities together in lockdown

Covid snakes: The craft projects bringing communities together in lockdown

Covid snakes: The craft projects bringing communities together in lockdown

The brightly painted rocks give communities a project to work on together even though they cannot congregate because of social distancing measures.

Pensioner reveals injuries after ‘callous’ garden attack

Pensioner reveals injuries after ‘callous’ garden attack

Pensioner reveals injuries after ‘callous’ garden attack

Northumbria Police appealed for witnesses after Robert Thompson, 74, was attacked in his garden in Blaydon.

Young adults from five nations on different governments’ Covid-19 responses

Young adults from five nations on different governments’ Covid-19 responses

Young adults from five nations on different governments’ Covid-19 responses

Aged 18 to 25, citizens of the UK, New Zealand, Canada, Germany and Singapore share their thoughts.

Small outdoor gatherings allowed as NI lockdown eased

Small outdoor gatherings allowed as NI lockdown eased

Small outdoor gatherings allowed as NI lockdown eased

Drive-through cinemas, concerts and religious worship were also permitted.

E-scooter riders will not need training or helmets under plan for trials

E-scooter riders will not need training or helmets under plan for trials

E-scooter riders will not need training or helmets under plan for trials

The proposals are part of a consultation launched by the Department for Transport to allow trials of rental e-scooters.

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