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Spain suffers its worst day for coronavirus deaths with 832 in space of 24 hours

The ban on a range of work activities in Spain - which were allowed in the first two weeks after a state of emergency was introduced - will start on Monday and last until April 9.

'Big cat' on loose in North London after escaping from mansion on 'Billionaires' Row'

A billionaire has told how armed police descended on his house and cornered a big cat in his garden in North London. Frightened neighbours called the police but the animal evaded capture.
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'Big cat' on loose in North London after escaping from mansion on 'Billionaires' Row'

A billionaire has told how armed police descended on his house and cornered a big cat in his garden in North London. Frightened neighbours called the police but the animal evaded capture.

Six out of 10 voters believe Dominic Cummings should QUIT for breaking lockdown rules

Some 71 per cent of people polled by YouGov believe Mr Cummings broke coronavirus rules by driving from London to Durham, including 56 per cent of Tories and 63 per cent of Brexiteers.
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Six out of 10 voters believe Dominic Cummings should QUIT for breaking lockdown rules

Some 71 per cent of people polled by YouGov believe Mr Cummings broke coronavirus rules by driving from London to Durham, including 56 per cent of Tories and 63 per cent of Brexiteers.

Aldi to install traffic light system to admit queuing customers

The German discount supermarket will greet customers with traffic lights at the door singalling when they are able to enter as the UK eases its lockdown.
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Aldi to install traffic light system to admit queuing customers

The German discount supermarket will greet customers with traffic lights at the door singalling when they are able to enter as the UK eases its lockdown.

NHS gets green light to treat coronavirus patients with Ebola drug remdesivir

Early trials of remdesivir have suggested that it can speed up people's time to recovery by four days, British officials said, and doctors will now be able to give it to any hospital patients who might benefit.
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NHS gets green light to treat coronavirus patients with Ebola drug remdesivir

Early trials of remdesivir have suggested that it can speed up people's time to recovery by four days, British officials said, and doctors will now be able to give it to any hospital patients who might benefit.

Government minister for Scotland resigns over Dominic Cummings

Boris Johnson remains under pressure to sack Dominic Cummings over his 260-mile lockdown trip to Durham, with an estimated 24 Tory MPs now publicly calling for the PM's aide to be axed.
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Government minister for Scotland resigns over Dominic Cummings

Boris Johnson remains under pressure to sack Dominic Cummings over his 260-mile lockdown trip to Durham, with an estimated 24 Tory MPs now publicly calling for the PM's aide to be axed.

Rishi Sunak 'working on Project Birch business bailout'

Rishi Sunak is developing a business bailout package which would see the Government act as lender of 'last resort' to key UK firms to stop them from going under because of the coronavirus crisis.
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Rishi Sunak 'working on Project Birch business bailout'

Rishi Sunak is developing a business bailout package which would see the Government act as lender of 'last resort' to key UK firms to stop them from going under because of the coronavirus crisis.

Rowdy sunseekers brawl on a packed Kent beach

The group gathered on the beach in Viking Bay in Broadstairs, Kent, in 68F sunshine. Loud voices were heard shouting back and forth before punches were thrown.
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Rowdy sunseekers brawl on a packed Kent beach

The group gathered on the beach in Viking Bay in Broadstairs, Kent, in 68F sunshine. Loud voices were heard shouting back and forth before punches were thrown.

Twelve-year-old keeps calm as huge animal rears up on him while he walks through the Italian hills 

Animal lover Alessandro, 12, came across a bear which started following him while he was walking ahead after a picnic with his family in Sudtirol, norteastern Italy.
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Twelve-year-old keeps calm as huge animal rears up on him while he walks through the Italian hills 

Animal lover Alessandro, 12, came across a bear which started following him while he was walking ahead after a picnic with his family in Sudtirol, norteastern Italy.

Councils ignore Boris Johnson's demands and tell schools they do NOT have to reopen on June 15

Boris Johnson said Britain's secondary schools would reopen on June 15, but councils have warned that students could face increased risk if they are brought back to the classroom too soon.
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Councils ignore Boris Johnson's demands and tell schools they do NOT have to reopen on June 15

Boris Johnson said Britain's secondary schools would reopen on June 15, but councils have warned that students could face increased risk if they are brought back to the classroom too soon.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Frogmore deal revealed

Harry and Meghan pledged to reimburse taxpayers for renovating their briefly lived-in Windsor home, which they have insisted on keeping as a British base despite their move to Los Angeles.
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Frogmore deal revealed

Harry and Meghan pledged to reimburse taxpayers for renovating their briefly lived-in Windsor home, which they have insisted on keeping as a British base despite their move to Los Angeles.

Coronavirus UK: Socialising could be allowed from next month

Small outdoor gatherings, including barbecues and garden parties, could be allowed by the end of June as part of the UK government's plan to ease the coronavirus lockdown.
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Coronavirus UK: Socialising could be allowed from next month

Small outdoor gatherings, including barbecues and garden parties, could be allowed by the end of June as part of the UK government's plan to ease the coronavirus lockdown.

Make it PERMANENT! UK mosques broadcast Ramadan calls to prayer through LOUDSPEAKERS during Covid-19 and want to keep it that way

Dozens of mosques across the UK were permitted to call worshipers to prayer through loudspeakers during Ramadan to encourage Muslims to stay at home amid the coronavirus quarantine. Now they want the practice to become routine. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Make it PERMANENT! UK mosques broadcast Ramadan calls to prayer through LOUDSPEAKERS during Covid-19 and want to keep it that way

Dozens of mosques across the UK were permitted to call worshipers to prayer through loudspeakers during Ramadan to encourage Muslims to stay at home amid the coronavirus quarantine. Now they want the practice to become routine. Read Full Article at RT.com

Coronavirus UK: Death toll hits 36,914 with 121 new fatalities

It marks the lowest Monday death toll since the UK's lockdown was enforced on March 23 (74). For comparison, 160 fatalities were announced last Monday and 118 were recorded yesterday.
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Coronavirus UK: Death toll hits 36,914 with 121 new fatalities

It marks the lowest Monday death toll since the UK's lockdown was enforced on March 23 (74). For comparison, 160 fatalities were announced last Monday and 118 were recorded yesterday.

Dominic Cummings doesn't regret breaking coronavirus lockdown

Dominic Cummings today refused to apologise for driving 260 miles to Durham during the coronavirus lockdown as he claimed he had always behaved 'reasonably and legally'.
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Dominic Cummings doesn't regret breaking coronavirus lockdown

Dominic Cummings today refused to apologise for driving 260 miles to Durham during the coronavirus lockdown as he claimed he had always behaved 'reasonably and legally'.

British Airways 'will lay-off thousands of cabin crew then re-hire them on HALF PAY'

In a letter sent to staff just two weeks ago, BA sent out new terms and conditions due to the coronavirus crisis which has severely damaged the aviation industry.
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British Airways 'will lay-off thousands of cabin crew then re-hire them on HALF PAY'

In a letter sent to staff just two weeks ago, BA sent out new terms and conditions due to the coronavirus crisis which has severely damaged the aviation industry.

Day by day, Dominic Cummings' fateful trip to Durham

The Downing Street backroom fixer was thrust into the limelight in an hour-long live TV grilling and defended his decision to drive 260 miles from London to County Durham.
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Day by day, Dominic Cummings' fateful trip to Durham

The Downing Street backroom fixer was thrust into the limelight in an hour-long live TV grilling and defended his decision to drive 260 miles from London to County Durham.

Ex-Durham police chief blasts 'self-privileged' Dominic Cummings and ministers for defending him

Police in Durham are said to be angry at the government's claim officers did not speak to Dominic Cummings' family after he drove 260 miles to Durham at the end of March.
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Ex-Durham police chief blasts 'self-privileged' Dominic Cummings and ministers for defending him

Police in Durham are said to be angry at the government's claim officers did not speak to Dominic Cummings' family after he drove 260 miles to Durham at the end of March.

Topless Irish Taoiseach Leo Varadkar is caught having a picnic

The shirtless Taoiseach was filmed outdoors with his partner Matt Barrett and two others near Steward's Lodge in Dublin where he has been staying during the pandemic.
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Topless Irish Taoiseach Leo Varadkar is caught having a picnic

The shirtless Taoiseach was filmed outdoors with his partner Matt Barrett and two others near Steward's Lodge in Dublin where he has been staying during the pandemic.

Cornwall farmer covers Mercedes in SLURRY after owner parked on his field 'to go to the beach'

The tractor driver fired muck all over the luxury car near a gate on his farm in Cornwall. A clip of the incident emerged after people flocked to the coast to enjoy the warm weather over the weekend.
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Cornwall farmer covers Mercedes in SLURRY after owner parked on his field 'to go to the beach'

The tractor driver fired muck all over the luxury car near a gate on his farm in Cornwall. A clip of the incident emerged after people flocked to the coast to enjoy the warm weather over the weekend.

Ex-Ofsted boss says end-of-term holiday should be scrapped to help pupils catch up

Michael Wilshaw (pictured) says that children being taken out of schools amid the coronavirus pandemic has been a great tragedy.
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Ex-Ofsted boss says end-of-term holiday should be scrapped to help pupils catch up

Michael Wilshaw (pictured) says that children being taken out of schools amid the coronavirus pandemic has been a great tragedy.

Coronavirus UK: Fears of lockdown collapse in heatwave

With parts of Britain set to bask in temperatures hotter than Athens and Nice and Barcelona, social media users claimed that the PM was sending out the dangerous signal that 'lockdown is finished'.
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Coronavirus UK: Fears of lockdown collapse in heatwave

With parts of Britain set to bask in temperatures hotter than Athens and Nice and Barcelona, social media users claimed that the PM was sending out the dangerous signal that 'lockdown is finished'.

Dominic Cummings delivers statement in Downing Street Rose Garden

Dominic Cummings this afternoon faced an unprecedented grilling from reporters in the Downing Street Rose Garden over claims he broke coronavirus lockdown rules.
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Dominic Cummings delivers statement in Downing Street Rose Garden

Dominic Cummings this afternoon faced an unprecedented grilling from reporters in the Downing Street Rose Garden over claims he broke coronavirus lockdown rules.

Boris Johnson's top scientists accuse him of trashing their efforts to get public to obey lockdown

Professor Stephen Reicher, who serves on the SAGE committee advising the Government, said the PM's defence of Dominic Cummings had threatened the UK's fight against coronavirus.
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Boris Johnson's top scientists accuse him of trashing their efforts to get public to obey lockdown

Professor Stephen Reicher, who serves on the SAGE committee advising the Government, said the PM's defence of Dominic Cummings had threatened the UK's fight against coronavirus.

‘What planet are they on?’: Even Daily Mail blasts BoJo amid Cummings controversy backlash

Boris Johnson has managed the rare feat of uniting the UK, as voices from across society express outrage at his support for Dominic Cummings’ lockdown journeys. Even the pro-Tory Daily Mail joined in with a scathing front page. Read Full Article at RT.com
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‘What planet are they on?’: Even Daily Mail blasts BoJo amid Cummings controversy backlash

Boris Johnson has managed the rare feat of uniting the UK, as voices from across society express outrage at his support for Dominic Cummings’ lockdown journeys. Even the pro-Tory Daily Mail joined in with a scathing front page. Read Full Article at RT.com

‘Treating people like sheep’: Bishops let loose on BoJo in storm of Twitter criticism over Cummings row

Church of England bishops are joining the chorus of criticism directed at Boris Johnson over his handling of top adviser Dominic Cummings’ rule-breaking 260-mile lockdown trip to Durham, with one saying the PM “lacked integrity.” Read Full Article at RT
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‘Treating people like sheep’: Bishops let loose on BoJo in storm of Twitter criticism over Cummings row

Church of England bishops are joining the chorus of criticism directed at Boris Johnson over his handling of top adviser Dominic Cummings’ rule-breaking 260-mile lockdown trip to Durham, with one saying the PM “lacked integrity.” Read Full Article at RT.com

Serial rapist dubbed 'the Beast of Kavos' breaks his back plunging 100ft into a ravine

Dimitris Aspiotis, 47, who preyed on seven British holidaymakers, fractured his leg, hip and spine and ruptured a kidney when he fell from a cliff in Lefkimmi last Friday.
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Serial rapist dubbed 'the Beast of Kavos' breaks his back plunging 100ft into a ravine

Dimitris Aspiotis, 47, who preyed on seven British holidaymakers, fractured his leg, hip and spine and ruptured a kidney when he fell from a cliff in Lefkimmi last Friday.

Gavin Williamson says it will be 'a long journey' to get schools back to normal

The Education Secretary acknowledged that there would be 'initial nervousness' from parents, but on top of missing classes children were also missing 'social interaction' with friends.
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Gavin Williamson says it will be 'a long journey' to get schools back to normal

The Education Secretary acknowledged that there would be 'initial nervousness' from parents, but on top of missing classes children were also missing 'social interaction' with friends.

Thousands of Hong Kong protesters are tear-gassed by police

Riot police have clashed with pro-democracy protesters demonstrating against a bill that will ban secessionist and subversive activity in Hong Kong.
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Thousands of Hong Kong protesters are tear-gassed by police

Riot police have clashed with pro-democracy protesters demonstrating against a bill that will ban secessionist and subversive activity in Hong Kong.

Schools WILL start to open on June 1 as planned says Boris Johnson and secondaries a fortnight later

In a briefing to the nation this evening, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said some schools will open at the start of next month, with secondary schools to provide 'some contact' from 15 June.
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Schools WILL start to open on June 1 as planned says Boris Johnson and secondaries a fortnight later

In a briefing to the nation this evening, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said some schools will open at the start of next month, with secondary schools to provide 'some contact' from 15 June.

'Arrogant and offensive': UK Civil Service Twitter account posts message about 'truth twisters'

The verified UK Civil Service Twitter account was used to tweet out the message: 'Arrogant and offensive. Can you imagine having to work with these truth twisters?'
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'Arrogant and offensive': UK Civil Service Twitter account posts message about 'truth twisters'

The verified UK Civil Service Twitter account was used to tweet out the message: 'Arrogant and offensive. Can you imagine having to work with these truth twisters?'

China warns Australia will 'feel the pain' of more economic punishment

The United States said on Friday it would ban trade with 33 Chinese companies in a move that could signal the start of a 'new cold war', according to Chinese media.
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China warns Australia will 'feel the pain' of more economic punishment

The United States said on Friday it would ban trade with 33 Chinese companies in a move that could signal the start of a 'new cold war', according to Chinese media.

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