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Inquest opened into death of missing airman Corrie McKeague

Inquest opened into death of missing airman Corrie McKeague

Inquest opened into death of missing airman Corrie McKeague

13 November 2020

The 23-year-old vanished in the early hours of September 24 2016 after a night out in Bury St Edmunds.


Migrants deaths lorry driver reported ‘problem’ of ‘dead bodies’, court told

Migrants deaths lorry driver reported ‘problem’ of ‘dead bodies’, court told

Migrants deaths lorry driver reported ‘problem’ of ‘dead bodies’, court told

13 November 2020

Gheorghe Nica recalled at the Old Bailey a phone call with driver Maurice Robinson.


R rate for Covid-19 drops across the UK, Sage scientists say

R rate for Covid-19 drops across the UK, Sage scientists say

R rate for Covid-19 drops across the UK, Sage scientists say

13 November 2020

If the R value is above one then the Covid-19 epidemic continues to grow, but if it is below one it shows the outbreak is in retreat.


Supermarket giants to net almost £2bn in tax breaks

Supermarket giants to net almost £2bn in tax breaks

Supermarket giants to net almost £2bn in tax breaks

13 November 2020

Sainsbury’s and Tesco have paid out millions to shareholders while enjoying the business rates holiday


Dominic Cummings: the political maverick who delivered Brexit

Dominic Cummings: the political maverick who delivered Brexit

Dominic Cummings: the political maverick who delivered Brexit

13 November 2020

The adviser who caused an outcry over his lockdown visit to Barnard Castle is to leave Downing Street.


Third of companies unable to top up their bounce back loans

Third of companies unable to top up their bounce back loans

Third of companies unable to top up their bounce back loans

13 November 2020

More than £40 billion has been lent under the bounce back loan scheme.


Polypill taken with aspirin ‘cuts heart attack and stroke risk by up to 40%’

Polypill taken with aspirin ‘cuts heart attack and stroke risk by up to 40%’

Polypill taken with aspirin ‘cuts heart attack and stroke risk by up to 40%’

13 November 2020

Researchers said the medication, which can be taken once a day, is convenient for patients to use as it combines multiple drugs in a single pill.


The 200 NHS and care workers who have died during the coronavirus pandemic

The 200 NHS and care workers who have died during the coronavirus pandemic

The 200 NHS and care workers who have died during the coronavirus pandemic

13 November 2020

At least 200 frontline health and care workers have died with Covid-19.


Ticketmaster fined £1.25 million for 2018 chat-bot cyber attack

Ticketmaster fined £1.25 million for 2018 chat-bot cyber attack

Ticketmaster fined £1.25 million for 2018 chat-bot cyber attack

13 November 2020

ICO said the ticket sales site did not have appropriate security measures in place for a chat-bot installed on its online payment page.


Black Friday and Christmas bargain-hunters warned of online scams

Black Friday and Christmas bargain-hunters warned of online scams

Black Friday and Christmas bargain-hunters warned of online scams

13 November 2020

People looking for games consoles, bicycles, clothing and DIY items may be at higher risk of encountering a scam, according to UK Finance.


Physical demands of two-hour marathon revealed

Physical demands of two-hour marathon revealed

Physical demands of two-hour marathon revealed

13 November 2020

The study is based on the analysis of athletes who took part in Nike’s Breaking2 project – an ambitious bid to break the two-hour marathon barrier.


Tributes paid to ‘dedicated’ anaesthetist who died after contracting Covid-19

Tributes paid to ‘dedicated’ anaesthetist who died after contracting Covid-19

Tributes paid to ‘dedicated’ anaesthetist who died after contracting Covid-19

13 November 2020

Dr Krishnan Subramanian died at Glenfield Hospital in Leicester on Thursday.


Son of Ripper victim called Sutcliffe’s brother to ‘offer condolences’

Son of Ripper victim called Sutcliffe’s brother to ‘offer condolences’

Son of Ripper victim called Sutcliffe’s brother to ‘offer condolences’

13 November 2020

Richard McCann was only five years old when his mother, Wilma, was murdered.


Yorkshire Ripper, Britain’s most notorious killer of 20th century, dies at 74

Yorkshire Ripper, Britain’s most notorious killer of 20th century, dies at 74

Yorkshire Ripper, Britain’s most notorious killer of 20th century, dies at 74

13 November 2020

Peter Sutcliffe died in hospital having recently contracted coronavirus and reportedly refused treatment.


Health workers ‘betrayed by negligent Stormont decision on restrictions’

Health workers ‘betrayed by negligent Stormont decision on restrictions’

Health workers ‘betrayed by negligent Stormont decision on restrictions’

13 November 2020

BMA Northern Ireland chair Dr Tom Black warned that hospitals are over-capacity.


First week of Liverpool coronavirus pilot sees 18% of city’s population tested

First week of Liverpool coronavirus pilot sees 18% of city’s population tested

First week of Liverpool coronavirus pilot sees 18% of city’s population tested

13 November 2020

Mayor Joe Anderson said 430 of 90,000 people checked were found to have the virus.


Grant Shapps ‘rules out’ Brexit disruption to coronavirus vaccine delivery

Grant Shapps ‘rules out’ Brexit disruption to coronavirus vaccine delivery

Grant Shapps ‘rules out’ Brexit disruption to coronavirus vaccine delivery

13 November 2020

The Transport Secretary said back-up plans are in place to ensure the jab can reach the UK.


Met Commissioner admits force ‘not free of discrimination, racism or bias’

Met Commissioner admits force ‘not free of discrimination, racism or bias’

Met Commissioner admits force ‘not free of discrimination, racism or bias’

13 November 2020

Dame Cressida Dick said she feels ‘very sorry’ that trust among some black communities is so low.


Paralysed cyclist hoping to win gold to promote life-changing technology

Paralysed cyclist hoping to win gold to promote life-changing technology

Paralysed cyclist hoping to win gold to promote life-changing technology

13 November 2020

Johnny Beer’s bike uses electrodes to stimulate the muscles in his legs and push the pedals.


Aide sacked by Dominic Cummings settles claim for unfair dismissal

Aide sacked by Dominic Cummings settles claim for unfair dismissal

Aide sacked by Dominic Cummings settles claim for unfair dismissal

13 November 2020

Sonia Khan was marched out of Downing Street by armed police after allegedly leaking Brexit details.


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