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Volunteers at NHS Nightingale hospital warned up to 80 per cent of patients on ventilators will DIE

Selfless heroes flocking to staff the emergency 4,000-bed unit in east London have been told to 'be prepared to see death', with a mortality rate of 50 to 80 per cent among those on ventilators.
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Volunteers at NHS Nightingale hospital warned up to 80 per cent of patients on ventilators will DIE

Selfless heroes flocking to staff the emergency 4,000-bed unit in east London have been told to 'be prepared to see death', with a mortality rate of 50 to 80 per cent among those on ventilators.

Malaria drug chloroquine helps coronavirus patients recover quicker, finds study

A study of 62 seriously ill coronavirus patients in Renmin Hospital, Wuhan, found that giving them hydroxychloroquine healed their fevers and coughs faster than standard treatment.
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Malaria drug chloroquine helps coronavirus patients recover quicker, finds study

A study of 62 seriously ill coronavirus patients in Renmin Hospital, Wuhan, found that giving them hydroxychloroquine healed their fevers and coughs faster than standard treatment.

British backpacker defends travellers who were spotted partying on the rooftop of Sydney hostel

British backpacker Peter Leggatt said those criticising a group of young people for holding a party on top of a Kings Cross hostel were simply 'jealous' of the fun the group were having.
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British backpacker defends travellers who were spotted partying on the rooftop of Sydney hostel

British backpacker Peter Leggatt said those criticising a group of young people for holding a party on top of a Kings Cross hostel were simply 'jealous' of the fun the group were having.

Queen wins battle with environmental protestors to build hydroelectric turbine on Balmoral estate

Her Majesty wanted to build a two-megawatt generator on the River Muick, which runs through her 50,000-acre Balmoral estate in Scotland, but was met with opposition from environmentalists.
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Queen wins battle with environmental protestors to build hydroelectric turbine on Balmoral estate

Her Majesty wanted to build a two-megawatt generator on the River Muick, which runs through her 50,000-acre Balmoral estate in Scotland, but was met with opposition from environmentalists.

Coronavirus UK: Just 2k out of 500k frontline NHS staff tested

Downing Street has admitted just 2,000 frontline NHS workers have been tested for coronavirus as Matt Hancock today ordered hospitals to 'max out' testing on staff.
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Coronavirus UK: Just 2k out of 500k frontline NHS staff tested

Downing Street has admitted just 2,000 frontline NHS workers have been tested for coronavirus as Matt Hancock today ordered hospitals to 'max out' testing on staff.

Scientists spot a drop in the vibrations caused by human activity due to coronavirus lockdowns

Data collected by the British Geological Survey from seismometers across London show 'a drop in noise levels as human activity decreases' due to lockdowns.
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Scientists spot a drop in the vibrations caused by human activity due to coronavirus lockdowns

Data collected by the British Geological Survey from seismometers across London show 'a drop in noise levels as human activity decreases' due to lockdowns.

Coronavirus UK: Testing chaos as NHS swabbing centre EMPTY

Novacyt has made £17.8million selling its testing equipment to more than 80 countries via its Southampton-based subsidiary Primerdesign. But only £1million worth has been sold to the UK.
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Coronavirus UK: Testing chaos as NHS swabbing centre EMPTY

Novacyt has made £17.8million selling its testing equipment to more than 80 countries via its Southampton-based subsidiary Primerdesign. But only £1million worth has been sold to the UK.

Nurse subject to snide comments for using NHS card to skip queues at Aldi 'cried all the way home'

The woman, who did not wish to be named, had just finished an overnight shift at Alder Hey Children's Hospital in Liverpool and stopped at Aldi five minutes before it opened at 8am, on Monday.
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Nurse subject to snide comments for using NHS card to skip queues at Aldi 'cried all the way home'

The woman, who did not wish to be named, had just finished an overnight shift at Alder Hey Children's Hospital in Liverpool and stopped at Aldi five minutes before it opened at 8am, on Monday.

Family of British medic to die from coronavirus tells of pain amid row over protecting NHS staff

EXCLUSIVE: Dr Adil El Tayar died at West Middlesex University Hospital after his family say he was left a 'sitting duck' due to a lack of testing.
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Family of British medic to die from coronavirus tells of pain amid row over protecting NHS staff

EXCLUSIVE: Dr Adil El Tayar died at West Middlesex University Hospital after his family say he was left a 'sitting duck' due to a lack of testing.

BBC suggests adding TV licence fee to people's BROADBAND bills

In its response to a Government consultation, the BBC told ministers yesterday that viewers would suffer if the income stream was taken away.
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BBC suggests adding TV licence fee to people's BROADBAND bills

In its response to a Government consultation, the BBC told ministers yesterday that viewers would suffer if the income stream was taken away.

Have Prince Harry and Meghan Markle hired Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's former bodyguard?

Harry and Meghan apparently chose from a shortlist of two firms whose staff have guarded numerous a-list celebrities. Experts say their annual bill could be up to £4million.
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Have Prince Harry and Meghan Markle hired Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's former bodyguard?

Harry and Meghan apparently chose from a shortlist of two firms whose staff have guarded numerous a-list celebrities. Experts say their annual bill could be up to £4million.

Coronavirus UK: Formerly healthy boy, 13, is youngest to die

Ismail Mohamed Abdulwahab, 13, from Brixton, London has become Britain's youngest coronavirus victim, after dying alone at King's College Hospital on Monday.
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Coronavirus UK: Formerly healthy boy, 13, is youngest to die

Ismail Mohamed Abdulwahab, 13, from Brixton, London has become Britain's youngest coronavirus victim, after dying alone at King's College Hospital on Monday.

Australian couple tell their ordeal after being stranded in Peru where 40 backpackers were arrested

Nick Gourlay and Nat Read, both 23, were in Cusco when authorities imposed strict measures to stop the spread of coronavirus.
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Australian couple tell their ordeal after being stranded in Peru where 40 backpackers were arrested

Nick Gourlay and Nat Read, both 23, were in Cusco when authorities imposed strict measures to stop the spread of coronavirus.

Army veteran Khrys Vignes shot dead by police after dramatic 10-hour standoff was suffering PTSD

The troubled past of army veteran Khrys Alan Vignes is coming to light just days after he was shot and killed by police after a tense standoff in Queensland on Sunday.
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Army veteran Khrys Vignes shot dead by police after dramatic 10-hour standoff was suffering PTSD

The troubled past of army veteran Khrys Alan Vignes is coming to light just days after he was shot and killed by police after a tense standoff in Queensland on Sunday.

Army join the front line in war on coronavirus as squaddies finish Nightingale Hospital in London

Built in around ten days, the Nightingale hospital in London will have 4,000 beds for coronavirus patients. Similar hospitals are being installed in Manchester, Birmingham and Glasgow.
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Army join the front line in war on coronavirus as squaddies finish Nightingale Hospital in London

Built in around ten days, the Nightingale hospital in London will have 4,000 beds for coronavirus patients. Similar hospitals are being installed in Manchester, Birmingham and Glasgow.

Premier League plan to resume season at start of May behind closed doors

EXCLUSIVE BY MARTIN SAMUEL AND MATT HUGHES: The ambitious proposals would need to be endorsed by the government, public health bodies and the PFA.
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Premier League plan to resume season at start of May behind closed doors

EXCLUSIVE BY MARTIN SAMUEL AND MATT HUGHES: The ambitious proposals would need to be endorsed by the government, public health bodies and the PFA.

Neil Basu warns police against 'overzealous' enforcing of coronavirus lockdown

Neil Basu has warned British police officers that they mus maintain the tradition of 'policing by consent' while working to support the Government's guidelines on the Covid-19 lockdown.
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Neil Basu warns police against 'overzealous' enforcing of coronavirus lockdown

Neil Basu has warned British police officers that they mus maintain the tradition of 'policing by consent' while working to support the Government's guidelines on the Covid-19 lockdown.

Antarctica sweats through its first three-day HEATWAVE with temperatures surging to 20C

By February 2020, heat shifted to the northernmost part of the continent and temperatures skyrocketed to 20.75C which was recorded at Brazil's remote Marambio station.
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Antarctica sweats through its first three-day HEATWAVE with temperatures surging to 20C

By February 2020, heat shifted to the northernmost part of the continent and temperatures skyrocketed to 20.75C which was recorded at Brazil's remote Marambio station.

Trump brags the U.S. is sending medical aid to ITALY despite hospitals warning of shortages at home

President Trump boasted that the U.S. would send $100 million in medical supplies to Italy despite American hospitals fretting about shortages of home due to the coronavirus epidemic.
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Trump brags the U.S. is sending medical aid to ITALY despite hospitals warning of shortages at home

President Trump boasted that the U.S. would send $100 million in medical supplies to Italy despite American hospitals fretting about shortages of home due to the coronavirus epidemic.

NHS worker, 19, shares tearful selfie as she reveals grim reality of shifts on a coronavirus ward

Healthcare assistant Lucy Hutchings works 13-hour shifts on a coronavirus ward at Southampton general Hospital. Miss Hutchings says people ignoring the lockdown are 'irresponsible'
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NHS worker, 19, shares tearful selfie as she reveals grim reality of shifts on a coronavirus ward

Healthcare assistant Lucy Hutchings works 13-hour shifts on a coronavirus ward at Southampton general Hospital. Miss Hutchings says people ignoring the lockdown are 'irresponsible'

Snaps from parents around the world show the mayhem their children are causing during quarantine 

Parents from around the world have been sharing the hilarious mayhem caused by their children during quarantine, in an amusing Bored Panda gallery.
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Snaps from parents around the world show the mayhem their children are causing during quarantine 

Parents from around the world have been sharing the hilarious mayhem caused by their children during quarantine, in an amusing Bored Panda gallery.

NINE die in string of killings as Britain enters second week of quarantine

Anthony Williams, 69, is accused of killing wife Ruth, 67, at their semi-detached home in Brynglas, Cwmbran, South Wales, where they had been self isolating.
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NINE die in string of killings as Britain enters second week of quarantine

Anthony Williams, 69, is accused of killing wife Ruth, 67, at their semi-detached home in Brynglas, Cwmbran, South Wales, where they had been self isolating.

Coronavirus: 'Viral load' may dictate severity of symptoms

Experts at universities in the UK say being exposed to a large amount of the coronavirus when you are first infected could overwhelm the immune system and lead to a worse infection.
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Coronavirus: 'Viral load' may dictate severity of symptoms

Experts at universities in the UK say being exposed to a large amount of the coronavirus when you are first infected could overwhelm the immune system and lead to a worse infection.

Police Taser man who 'deliberately coughed over them' in north London

The Met Police firearms command said the man walked up to officers sitting in a car in Haringey, north London, and shouted that he was infected before deliberately coughing saliva all over them'.
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Police Taser man who 'deliberately coughed over them' in north London

The Met Police firearms command said the man walked up to officers sitting in a car in Haringey, north London, and shouted that he was infected before deliberately coughing saliva all over them'.

Can Britain REALLY get 17.5million antibody coronavirus tests by mid-April?

The UK Government has said it will start public use of tests which show if someone has ever had coronavirus within the next two weeks, but makers are sceptical about the short time frame.
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Can Britain REALLY get 17.5million antibody coronavirus tests by mid-April?

The UK Government has said it will start public use of tests which show if someone has ever had coronavirus within the next two weeks, but makers are sceptical about the short time frame.

NINE die in string of domestic killings as Britain enters second week of quarantine

Anthony Williams, 69, is accused of killing wife Ruth, 67, at their semi-detached home in Brynglas, Cwmbran, South Wales, where they had been self isolating.
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NINE die in string of domestic killings as Britain enters second week of quarantine

Anthony Williams, 69, is accused of killing wife Ruth, 67, at their semi-detached home in Brynglas, Cwmbran, South Wales, where they had been self isolating.

Coronavirus has left Jurassic World and The Little Mermaid movie sets shut down

Aerial photos show elaborate film sets for Jurassic World and The Little Mermaid at Pinewood Studios empty (pictured) after Britain was plunged into the coronavirus lockdown.
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Coronavirus has left Jurassic World and The Little Mermaid movie sets shut down

Aerial photos show elaborate film sets for Jurassic World and The Little Mermaid at Pinewood Studios empty (pictured) after Britain was plunged into the coronavirus lockdown.

Police on coronavirus patrol continue to shame groups of people

Police armed with new powers to enforce the coronavirus lockdown continued to shame suspected wrongdoers yesterday - including the MP son of former Labour Party leader Neil Kinnock.
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Police on coronavirus patrol continue to shame groups of people

Police armed with new powers to enforce the coronavirus lockdown continued to shame suspected wrongdoers yesterday - including the MP son of former Labour Party leader Neil Kinnock.

Quarter of Britons could be tested for coronavirus to shorten lockdown period

Officials have identified suppliers that can make the tests and have agreed 'in principle' to purchase 17.5million if they pass medical checks.
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Quarter of Britons could be tested for coronavirus to shorten lockdown period

Officials have identified suppliers that can make the tests and have agreed 'in principle' to purchase 17.5million if they pass medical checks.

Don't attack firms that stay open - they have every right to, says business minister 

Business minister Nadhim Zahawi showed his support for firms who continue to trade, calling for damage to the UK economy to be 'minimised' and dismissing 'unfair criticism' of bosses.
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Don't attack firms that stay open - they have every right to, says business minister 

Business minister Nadhim Zahawi showed his support for firms who continue to trade, calling for damage to the UK economy to be 'minimised' and dismissing 'unfair criticism' of bosses.

Britain's economy will shrink by 15 per cent between April and June experts warn

As business closures take their toll, the UK will enter the deepest recession since the financial crisis, experts warn today. Michael Gove hinted that a new era of austerity is on the horizon.
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Britain's economy will shrink by 15 per cent between April and June experts warn

As business closures take their toll, the UK will enter the deepest recession since the financial crisis, experts warn today. Michael Gove hinted that a new era of austerity is on the horizon.

'Critical' shortage of coronavirus test component means some London hospitals could run out in DAYS

EXCLUSIVE: The internal email was sent to NHS staff in London including those working at London North West University Healthcare Trust. The test shortage may mean staff cannot be checked.
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'Critical' shortage of coronavirus test component means some London hospitals could run out in DAYS

EXCLUSIVE: The internal email was sent to NHS staff in London including those working at London North West University Healthcare Trust. The test shortage may mean staff cannot be checked.

London streets are eerily quiet as bustling pubs and bars lie empty on first Saturday of lockdown

The normally bustling streets of London were eerily quiet on Saturday night as Britons stayed at home during the coronavirus lockdown.
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London streets are eerily quiet as bustling pubs and bars lie empty on first Saturday of lockdown

The normally bustling streets of London were eerily quiet on Saturday night as Britons stayed at home during the coronavirus lockdown.