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21st September, 13:55
UK could see 200 or more Covid 19 deaths per day scientists warn
The UK could see 200 or more deaths per day by mid-November if the current rate of infection is not halted, the Governmentâs chief scientific adviser has warned, as ministers consider further restrictions on households socialising..
21st September, 07:56
Watchmen Succession and Schitts Creek big winners in politically charged Emmys
Watchmen, Succession and Schittâs Creek were the big winners during a politically charged Emmy Awards and a ceremony unlike any before..
21st September, 07:50
Rail franchising ended to create more effective structure
Rail franchising has been âendedâ by extending measures introduced to keep trains running after the coronavirus outbreak, the Department for Transport (DfT) has announced..
21st September, 07:43
Coronavirus outbreak has reached critical point says Whitty
Britain stands at a âcritical pointâ in the coronavirus pandemic, Professor Chris Whitty will warn, potentially laying the ground for tough new controls in an urgent attempt to halt the surge in infections..
19th September, 08:05
US supreme court justice and womens rights champion Ruth Bader Ginsburg dies
US supreme court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a towering womenâs rights champion who became the courtâs second female justice, has died aged 87 at her home in Washington..
19th September, 07:15
Constant supervision of visitors in care homes to continue under winter plan
Visitors to care homes in areas with high numbers of coronavirus cases will continue to be constantly supervised as part of the Governmentâs adult social care winter action plan..
19th September, 07:10
Ministers consider new Covid controls as cases rise
Ministers are considering tough new coronavirus restrictions as Boris Johnson said the long-feared the second wave of the pandemic has arrived in the UK..
18th September, 13:00
Covid 19 Fresh restrictions for the North West West Yorkshire and the Midlands
Huge parts of Englandâs North West, West Yorkshire and the Midlands face tough new restrictions from Tuesday as Matt Hancock refused to rule out a national lockdown..
18th September, 08:35
European Commission president convinced UK EU trade deal can still be done
The European Commission chief has said she is âconvincedâ a trade deal remains possible with the UK but called Boris Johnsonâs attempt to override the Brexit treaty an âunpleasant surpriseâ..
18th September, 08:32
Total number of people in lockdown rises above 10 million
Tough new measures to control the spread of coronavirus have come into effect in the north-east of England, taking the total number of people across the UK in lockdown to more than 10 million..
17th September, 17:40
Thailand and Singapore added to quarantine exemption list
Thailand and Singapore have been added to the list of travel corridors after a decrease in the rate of coronavirus cases, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has announced..
17th September, 13:00
New restrictions expected for North East amid rising Covid 19 cases
Lockdown restrictions are to be imposed on parts of the North East following âconcerning rates of infectionâ, the Health Secretary has confirmed..
17th September, 07:54
Eoin Morgan urges England to learn from ODI series defeat against Australia
Captain Eoin Morgan refused to be downcast after England ended their international summer with a rare one-day series defeat at the hands of rivals Australia, insisting the intensity of the battle will stand his side in good stead..
17th September, 07:36
Biden warns Northern Ireland peace deal must not be casualty of Brexit
US presidential election frontrunner Joe Biden has insisted the Good Friday peace deal in Northern Ireland cannot become a âcasualtyâ of Brexit..
16th September, 08:00
Eat Out to Help Out scheme sees inflation fall to near five year low
Last monthâs Eat Out to Help Out scheme and the Governmentâs VAT cut helped push UK inflation to its lowest level for nearly five years in August, according to official figures..
16th September, 07:10
Hancock forced to prioritise who gets Covid 19 tests in face of increased demand
Coronavirus tests in England will be rationed as the Government struggles to get to grips with soaring demand amid warnings that the country faces a tough six months in the battle with Covid-19..