Nicola Surgeon believes a No-deal Brexit is "a very significant risk"

Nicola Surgeon believes a No-deal Brexit is "a very significant risk"

Nicola Surgeon believes a No-deal believes a No-deal Brexit is "a very significant risk". Scotland's First Minister was speaking during a visit to Berlin.
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Coronavirus in numbers: UK death toll reaches 38,376

Coronavirus in numbers: UK death toll reaches 38,376

Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden said 38,376 people had died in hospitals, care homes and the wider community after testing positive for coronavirus in the UK as of 5pm on Friday, up by 215 from 38,161 the day before.
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Environment activists arrested during silent protests

Environment activists arrested during silent protests

Several environmental protesters have been arrested during demonstrations demanding the Government take action to tackle climate change as lockdown restrictions are eased. Metropolitan Police officers said "a small number" of Extinction Rebellion...
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Culture Secretary announces return of live sport in the UK

Culture Secretary announces return of live sport in the UK

Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden announces the return of live sport in the UK from June 1 during the Government's daily coronavirus briefing.
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Experts warn lockdown lifting too early as crowds enjoy sun

Experts warn lockdown lifting too early as crowds enjoy sun

Government advisers have expressed concern about plans to ease lockdown restrictions in England from Monday. The fears come as people flock to beaches and enjoy the weekend's warm weather.
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Bundesliga match preview: Bayern Munich v Dusseldorf

Bundesliga match preview: Bayern Munich v Dusseldorf

Bayern Munich boss Hans-Dieter Flick looks ahead to his side's Bundesliga clash with Dusseldorf at home on Saturday.
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US cuts ties with World Health Organisation over coronavirus response

US cuts ties with World Health Organisation over coronavirus response

President Donald Trump has said the US will be terminating its relationship with the World Health Organisation. The president said it had failed to adequately respond to coronavirus because China has "total control" over the global organisation.
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West Midlands Police urging public for information after rise in guncrime

West Midlands Police urging public for information after rise in guncrime

West Midlands Police have released dramatic footage of a shooting, where a car was rammed off the road before a hooded gunman opened fire on the fleeing occupants in the Balsall Heath area.
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New self-employment grant and furlough details: What does it all mean?

New self-employment grant and furlough details: What does it all mean?

PA Media takes a closer look at the details of Chancellor Rishi Sunak's latest announcement relating to the furlough scheme.
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Leo Varadkar says schools will re-open at the end of August

Leo Varadkar says schools will re-open at the end of August

Taioseach Leo Varadkar announces that schools will re-open at the end of August. He also says that proposals for a voluntary summer school are in the works for children with special needs.
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Dead whale washes up on Essex beach

Dead whale washes up on Essex beach

A 40ft-long whale has washed up on a beach in Essex, as police advised people to keep away. The giant marine mammal, which is dead, was swept ashore at Clacton-on-Sea on Friday. Environmental group Big Blue Ocean Cleanup said it was a fin whale,...
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All you need to know from the May 29 Covid-19 briefing

All you need to know from the May 29 Covid-19 briefing

Chancellor Rishi Sunak gives an update on the furlough scheme that will see businesses start to contribute to employees' wages and says the Government will not rush the easing of lockdown.
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Bundesliga match preview: Paderborn V Borussia Dortmund

Bundesliga match preview: Paderborn V Borussia Dortmund

Borussia Dortmund boss Lucien Favre looks ahead to his side's Bundesliga clash with Paderborn away on Saturday.
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Football is back - but how will it work?

Football is back - but how will it work?

The Premier League is set to return on June 17, subject to Government approval. We look at what we know, and what we are still waiting to find out, about Project Restart.
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Rishi Sunak reveals changes to the Government's fulough scheme

Rishi Sunak reveals changes to the Government's fulough scheme

Chancellor Rishi Sunak reveals changes to the Government's furlough scheme that will see employers start to contribute to the paying of wages from August.
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CNN crew arrested live on air

CNN crew arrested live on air

CNN correspondent Omar Jimenez, producer Bill Kirkos and photojournalist Leonel Mendez are arrested while covering protests in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The trio have since been released and Minnesota Governor Tim Walz has apologised. The event h...
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Coronavirus in numbers: UK death toll reaches 38,161

Coronavirus in numbers: UK death toll reaches 38,161

The Department for Health has said 38.161 people died in hospitals, care homes and the wider community after testing positive for coronavirus in the UK as of 5pm on Thursday.
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Brighton 'looking forward' to Premier League return

Brighton 'looking forward' to Premier League return

Brighton chief executive Paul Barber says the club is looking forward to the return of the Premier League.
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Nicola Sturgeon urges caution despite easing of lockdown measures

Nicola Sturgeon urges caution despite easing of lockdown measures

Nicola Sturgeon has urged people in Scotland to be responsible as they enjoy the partial lifting of lockdown restrictions. The First Minister said she is "not trying to cramp anyone's fun this weekend" as changes allow people to meet family and f...
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Street artist creates Covid-19 mural in Birmingham

Street artist creates Covid-19 mural in Birmingham

A stunning mural titled 'Forward in Unity' by renowned street artist Gent 48 has been unveiled in Digbeth, Birmingham. The piece, aiming to immortalise the return of community spirit in Birmingham during the coronavirus pandemic, is situated on Me...
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Colleagues line street for funeral procession of NHS worker

Colleagues line street for funeral procession of NHS worker

Hospital staff have lined the street for the funeral procession of a colleague who died after testing positive for Covid-19. Mike Brown, a linen and post operative at Southampton General Hospital for 20 years, died last month after receiving trea...
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RAF carries out four air strikes against IS in Iraq in May

RAF carries out four air strikes against IS in Iraq in May

The Royal Air Force has carried four sets of air strikes against so-called Islamic State this month, as the UK armed forces continue to support the Iraq government's fight against the terror group. Defence Secretary Ben Wallace said: "These strik...
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Leeds primary school gets ready for return of pupils

Leeds primary school gets ready for return of pupils

A primary school in Leeds prepares for the return of pupils on June 1. Staff have redrawn fire drill placing to adhere to social distancing measures, as well as separated desks and stationary in classrooms.
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Man jailed for assault with crowbar at petrol station

Man jailed for assault with crowbar at petrol station

Warning: clip contains distressing footage. CCTV footage shows a man who mowed down his victim in a car before striking him with a crowbar while he lay unconscious. The attacker has been jailed for four years.
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FA Cup final rescheduled for August 1

FA Cup final rescheduled for August 1

The FA Cup has been provisionally scheduled to return with the quarter-finals on June 27-28 and final set to be held on August 1. No venues or kick-off times for the matches have been confirmed at this stage. But the semi finals and finals are no...
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