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14th August, 06:27
Storms to continue as England hit by flash flooding
Thunderstorm warnings are in place for most of England and all of Wales after heavy rain and flash flooding brought disruption to roads and railways on Thursday night..
14th August, 06:23
UK adds France to quarantine list Heres what it means for holidaymakers
France has been removed from the list of safe countries people can travel to without going into quarantine following fears it could be experiencing a second wave of Covid-19..
13th August, 09:35
Thousands of A level results downgraded after exams cancelled because of Covid
Thousands of pupilsâ results have been downgraded after this yearâs summer exams were cancelled because of Covid-19 despite record-high results..
13th August, 09:32
Study suggests 6 of people in England have had Covid 19
Some 3.4 million people in England have been infected with Covid-19, a figure far higher than previous estimates, a study suggests..
13th August, 06:51
Students receive A level results after exams cancelled
Students are waking up to their A-level results amid last-minute changes to appeals, with around one in four entries expected to be awarded the top grades..
12th August, 13:51
Passenger train derails in Scotland
A train driver is believed to have died and there are fears of a second fatality after a train derailed in Aberdeenshire amid heavy rain and flooding, industry sources have said..
12th August, 08:06
Wolves out of Europa League Sevilla to face Manchester United
Nuno Espirito Santo says nobody is blaming Raul Jimenez for missing a penalty as Wolvesâ first European quarter-final in 48 years ended in heartbreak against Sevilla..
12th August, 08:05
UK enters biggest recession in history
Britain has officially entered into the largest recession on record after figures showed the pandemic sent the economy plunging by 20.4% between April and June..
11th August, 16:07
Pupils to receive original marks estimated by teachers Swinney announces
Scotlandâs Education Secretary has said more than 124,000 exam results downgraded by a controversial moderation process will revert to the grades estimated by pupilsâ teachers..
11th August, 13:24
Debenhams to axe 2500 jobs
Debenhams is to axe 2,500 jobs across its stores and warehouses as the retailer looks to slash costs after sales were impacted by the coronavirus lockdown..
11th August, 08:25
Pupils return to classrooms for first time since lockdown began
Pupils will return to the classroom as Scottish schools become the first in the UK to begin reopening as lockdown is eased..
11th August, 08:18
Around 730000 jobs lost since lockdown started
Around 730,000 UK workers have been removed from the payrolls of British companies since March when the coronavirus lockdown began, according to new data from the Office for National Statistics..
10th August, 14:15
Johnson Migrant crossings bad stupid dangerous and criminal
Boris Johnson has branded migrantsâ Channel crossings a âvery bad and stupid and dangerous and criminal thing to doâ as he hinted at changing laws to tackle the crisis..
10th August, 09:51
Household plastic waste footprint has increased during lockdown survey shows
British households have created an increasing amount of plastic waste in lockdown, a survey of the problem suggests..
10th August, 08:32
Gyms swimming pools and leisure centres reopen in Wales
Gyms, swimming pools, leisure centres and indoor fitness studios are reopening in Wales after being closed because of the Covid-19 lockdown..
10th August, 06:47
Sean Connery voted best ever James Bond
Sean Connery has been voted as the best ever James Bond. The Scottish actor saw off competition from stars including Daniel Craig, Roger Moore and Pierce Brosnan in the poll for RadioTimes.com..
9th August, 08:05
Johnson would close shops and pubs ahead of schools in severe local lockdowns
Boris Johnson has spoken of âa moral dutyâ to get all children back in class amid indications he would force pubs, restaurants and shops to close ahead of schools in the event of severe coronavirus flare-ups..
8th August, 08:15
Mixing in pubs led to new local lockdown measures in Preston
Households mixing in pubs and houses has been blamed for a rise in coronavirus cases in Preston as the city became the latest area to have local lockdown restrictions imposed..