Boris Johnson: We want to deliver hot, buttered toast for the patients of this country

Boris Johnson: We want to deliver hot, buttered toast for the patients of this country

Prime Minister Boris Johnson takes a tour of Torbay Hospital near Torquay in South Devon. He serves food to a patient and meets members of staff. It comes as Great British Bake Off judge Prue Leith is to advise a Government review into hospital f...
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England showed skill and mental strength in win over Pakistan, says Root

England showed skill and mental strength in win over Pakistan, says Root

England's Joe Root says his side showed skill and mental strength to clench a victory over Pakistan in the #raisethebat first Test at Emirates Old Trafford by three wickets.
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'Unbelievable': First above-the-knee double amputee summits Matterhorn

'Unbelievable': First above-the-knee double amputee summits Matterhorn

A former soldier who lost both of his legs in Iraq has become the first above-the-knee double amputee to summit the Matterhorn. Neil Heritage, 39, along with friend Mark Hooks, 46, both from Poole, Dorset, successfully scaled the Alpine mountain ...
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NHS workers demand pay rise after coronavirus leaves staff 'on their knees'

NHS workers demand pay rise after coronavirus leaves staff 'on their knees'

Thousands of NHS workers have taken to the streets across the UK to demand better wages for staff left "on their knees" by the coronavirus pandemic. In London, health workers who have missed out on a public sector pay rise fell silent for two min...
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Coronavirus in numbers: UK deaths rise to 46,566

Coronavirus in numbers: UK deaths rise to 46,566

As of 9am on August 8, 309,763 people have tested positive for coronavirus in the UK.
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Eddie Jones expects England players to return from break in better shape

Eddie Jones expects England players to return from break in better shape

Eddie Jones expects many of England's top players to return in better shape following their enforced break due to the coronavirus pandemic. Premiership Rugby resumes next week having been suspended since March, while the Rugby Football Union's pl...
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Harrogate Town players celebrate promotion to EFL

Harrogate Town players celebrate promotion to EFL

Harrogate Town celebrate promotion to the English Football League for the first time in their 106 year history with a bus parade through the town.
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Coastguard dealing with number of migrant incidents in the Dover Straits

Coastguard dealing with number of migrant incidents in the Dover Straits

The Coastguard was dealing with a "number of incidents" off the Kent coast on Saturday after the Home Office said more than 130 migrants made it to the UK in 13 boats on Friday.
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Preston lockdown: Locals say rules need to be clearer

Preston lockdown: Locals say rules need to be clearer

Households in Preston are banned from mixing indoors or in gardens amid a spike in coronavirus cases. Some residents in the city say the rules are either confusing or need to be enforced more strongly. It comes a week after the same measures wer...
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Chobham wildfire: Fire crews remain at scene of blaze

Chobham wildfire: Fire crews remain at scene of blaze

Fire crews remain at the scene of a wildfire at Chobham Common in Surrey, which spread to Wentworth golf course, halting play in the Rose Ladies Series Grand Final. Surrey Fire and Rescue Service provided an update on social media: "Crews remain ...
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Brexit briefing: 145 days until the end of the transition period

Brexit briefing: 145 days until the end of the transition period

The UK left the European Union on January 31. Here we look at the latest figures and key dates in the ongoing Brexit process.
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Gabriel Jesus 'so decisive' as City book last eight spot in Champions League

Gabriel Jesus 'so decisive' as City book last eight spot in Champions League

Pep Guardiola hailed Gabriel Jesus for delivering on the biggest stage as Manchester City stunned Real Madrid to reach the Champions League quarter-finals. Jesus forced and then took advantage of two mistakes from Raphael Varane to set up Raheem ...
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Champions League match preview: Bayern Munich v Chelsea

Champions League match preview: Bayern Munich v Chelsea

Chelsea face an impossible task as they try an overturn a 3-0 deficit from the Champions League last 16 first leg at Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich. The Blues face a free-scoring Munich side who thrashed Tottenham 7-2 earlier in the campaign.
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Frank Lampard says no hard feelings towards Willian as he edges towards departure

Frank Lampard says no hard feelings towards Willian as he edges towards departure

Chelsea head coach Frank Lampard says he has only good will towards Willian who looks set to leave Stamford Bridge.
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Olympian Adam Gemili promotes Alzheimer's Society Memory Walk in honour of his grandmother

Olympian Adam Gemili promotes Alzheimer's Society Memory Walk in honour of his grandmother

Olympian Adam Gemili speaks about how he is now dedicating his time to encouraging people to sign up to a Memory Walk this summer. The event raises awareness and funds for the Alzheimer's Society. The gold medallist's grandmother is living with d...
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Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo marks 70th anniversary

Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo marks 70th anniversary

The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo is marking its 70th anniversary with a special tribute to its audiences. The annual event has grown from having an audience of 100,000 to seating 220,000 - including international guests from more than 100 coun...
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At least 16 dead after plane skids off runway in India

At least 16 dead after plane skids off runway in India

An Air India Express flight with 190 people on board has skidded off a runway and split in two while landing in heavy rain in southern India.
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Beachgoers bask on hottest August day in 17 years

Beachgoers bask on hottest August day in 17 years

Sunseekers have been told to avoid some overcrowded beaches along the southern coast, as Friday saw the hottest August day in 17 years. By midday, the Coastguard said it had responded to dozens of calls. A heat-health warning was issued as tempe...
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Preston latest area to face local lockdown measures

Preston latest area to face local lockdown measures

Households in Preston will be banned from mixing indoors or in gardens from midnight, while restrictions already imposed on other areas will remain in place.
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Eurovision Song Contest set for US version in 2021

Eurovision Song Contest set for US version in 2021

The Eurovision Song Contest will travel to the USA in 2021, with The American Song Contest set to feature competitors from 50 states. The contest has been held every year since 1956, but coronavirus forced its cancellation in 2020.
Burnham: Government 'inhumane' not to extend Covid-19 shielding in Greater Manchester

Burnham: Government 'inhumane' not to extend Covid-19 shielding in Greater Manchester

The mayor of Greater Manchester said it was "inhumane" for the Government not to extend Covid-19 shielding for clinically vulnerable people in the region when the policy was paused in England on August 1. Speaking to a meeting of the Independent ...
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Coronavirus in numbers: Worldwide cases pass 17 million

Coronavirus in numbers: Worldwide cases pass 17 million

As of 9am on August 7, 309,005 people have tested positive for coronavirus in the UK. Worldwide cases have now passed 17 million.
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London MP calls for a boycott of Unilever over treatment of Kenyan farmers

London MP calls for a boycott of Unilever over treatment of Kenyan farmers

Black Lives Matter held a 'bend the knee, don't drink the tea' demonstration outside Unilever HQ in central London, claiming the company is exploiting African farmers.
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UK vows action after record-high migrant sea crossings

UK vows action after record-high migrant sea crossings

Migrant crossings continued on Friday as calm waters remained amid warm and sunny weather, with young families and pregnant women spotted on board boats. Some officials sought to distance themselves from suggestions of imminent navy action.
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London Fire Brigade hold minute's silence for colleagues in Beirut

London Fire Brigade hold minute's silence for colleagues in Beirut

The London Fire Brigade has joined firefighters across the UK in observing a minute's silence in honour of emergency service workers in Beirut and all those killed in the explosion. A crew of firefighters who responded to the initial fire has bee...
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