Jo Swinson: Severe flooding should have been made a national emergency

Jo Swinson: Severe flooding should have been made a national emergency

Liberal Democrat leader Jo Swinson has criticised the government for not taking the flooding in parts of the Midlands and South Yorkshire seriously enough. Downpours last week meant several areas in Yorkshire and the East Midlands were struck by ...
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Premier League match preview: Crystal Palace v Chelsea

Premier League match preview: Crystal Palace v Chelsea

Frank Lampard's Chelsea face London rivals Crystal Palace as they hope to cement a top-four finish in the Premier League.
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Spurs boss Jose Mourinho 'happy' with heated exchange between team-mates

Spurs boss Jose Mourinho 'happy' with heated exchange between team-mates

Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho said he has no interest in winning the "Fair Play Cup" and was pleased to see Hugo Lloris and Son Heung-min clash at half-time of the 1-0 win over Everton.
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Congresswoman helps ducks cross road in New York

Congresswoman helps ducks cross road in New York

Congresswoman Kathleen Rice stops traffic in New York to help some ducks cross the road.
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Priti Patel says lockdown lessons will be learned to counter domestic abuse

Priti Patel says lockdown lessons will be learned to counter domestic abuse

Lessons will be learned from lockdown in terms of how best to protect people from domestic abuse, the Home Secretary has said. Speaking exclusively to the PA news agency, Priti Patel said there will "definitely be learnings" around safeguarding v...
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PM's comments that 'too many' care homes didn't follow coronavirus procedures 'neither accurate nor

PM's comments that 'too many' care homes didn't follow coronavirus procedures 'neither accurate nor

Care providers have rejected comments from the Prime Minister that "too many" care homes did not properly follow procedures during the coronavirus pandemic, calling them "neither accurate nor welcome". Boris Johnson said lessons are being learned...
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Eight people rescued after burst water main flooded London road

Eight people rescued after burst water main flooded London road

Eight people had to be rescued after vehicles were trapped in water on a major road in north-west London. Firefighters helped motorists stuck in half a metre of water on the North Circular road near Brent Cross.
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Cat snatches vicar's milk during morning prayer

Cat snatches vicar's milk during morning prayer

Tiger the cat steals milk during The Very Reverend Dr Robert Willis, Dean of Canterbury's "Morning Prayer" on July 6. Tiger makes the most of Rev. Willis being distracted to steal the Dean's tea milk.
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Administration timing not 'normal' - Roberto Martinez wants Wigan investigation

Administration timing not 'normal' - Roberto Martinez wants Wigan investigation

Former Wigan manager Roberto Martinez has joined the calls for an investigation into the decision to place the club in administration.The Spaniard, who led the Latics to FA Cup glory in 2013 having spent six years as a player at the club between 1...
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Premier League match preview: Leicester v Arsenal

Premier League match preview: Leicester v Arsenal

Arsenal face a defining run of games over the next fortnight, which kicks off on Tuesday against Leicester City. Take a look at the stats here.
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Dominic Raab announces UK's first sanctions for human rights abuse

Dominic Raab announces UK's first sanctions for human rights abuse

The UK's first sanctions for human rights abuse will cover those involved in the deaths of the Russian lawyer Sergei Magnitsky and the Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, the systematic killings of the Rohingyas in Burma and the North Korean gulags....
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Camilla: We just have to keep our fingers crossed we don't see a second wave

Camilla: We just have to keep our fingers crossed we don't see a second wave

The Duchess of Cornwall has said everyone will have to keep their "fingers crossed" the country does not experience a second wave of coronavirus as she thanked frontline health and emergency workers for their efforts. Camilla expressed her concer...
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Coronavirus in numbers: UK death toll at 44,236

Coronavirus in numbers: UK death toll at 44,236

The Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) said 44,236 people had died in hospitals, care homes and the wider community after testing positive for coronavirus in the UK as of 5pm on Sunday.
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Nicola Sturgeon tells people in Scotland to follow the rules as beer gardens open

Nicola Sturgeon tells people in Scotland to follow the rules as beer gardens open

Be patient, avoid crowds and prepare to hand over contact details, Nicola Sturgeon said as she outlined advice for visiting beer gardens, outdoor cafes and other hospitality.
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Johnson urges people not 'to stuff this up' as lockdown eases

Johnson urges people not 'to stuff this up' as lockdown eases

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has urged people not to "stuff this up" after lockdown restrictions were eased in England, whilst on a visit to the site of the future Siemens Rail Factory, in Goole, East Yorkshire. The Prime Minister took advantage...
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Harry says change is coming during equal rights discussion alongside Meghan

Harry says change is coming during equal rights discussion alongside Meghan

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have joined young leaders to discuss fairness, justice and equal rights, with Harry telling them: "There is no turning back now, everything is coming to a head." Harry and Meghan both took part in the Queen's Common...
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Sir Keir Starmer calls on Government to provide support for hospitality and the high street

Sir Keir Starmer calls on Government to provide support for hospitality and the high street

Labour leader Keir Starmer has called on the Govenrment to provide support for the hospitality sector and the high street during a visit to the Brewdog Pub and Brewery in the City of London. Sir Keir met staff to discuss impact of Covid-19 on the...
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Big Issue kits out vendors for a safe return to selling on the UK streets

Big Issue kits out vendors for a safe return to selling on the UK streets

Interview with Dave Martin, 55, Big Issue vendor in Hammersmith. The Big Issue Group has kitted out vendors with PPE and contactless payment equipment to allow their sellers to get back to work as of July 6. The Big Issue, which offers homeless an...
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US election: Biden holds 10-point lead over Trump in opinion polls

US election: Biden holds 10-point lead over Trump in opinion polls

A look at the seven-day rolling average of the approval rating of US Presidential candidates Joe Biden and Donald Trump, courtesy of RealClearPolitics.
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Man jailed for killing pensioner during driving rampage

Man jailed for killing pensioner during driving rampage

A man who killed an 87-year-old grandfather after driving into him at a bus stop in Mansfield Woodhouse has today been handed a life sentence, with a minimum of 14 years to serve. Gavin Collins, 39, formerly of Addison Street, Tibshelf, Derbyshir...
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Sir Keir Starmer responds to Jeremy Clarkson saying he's got his vote if he gets a haircut

Sir Keir Starmer responds to Jeremy Clarkson saying he's got his vote if he gets a haircut

Sir Keir Starmer stopped short of saying he'll get a haircut to secure the vote of Jeremy Clarkson. Clarkson said he would switch to Labour if Sir Keir "ditched the lego hair".
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Epstein accuser cried 'happy tears' on hearing of Ghislaine Maxwell arrest

Epstein accuser cried 'happy tears' on hearing of Ghislaine Maxwell arrest

One of Jeffrey Epstein's accusers says she cried "happy tears" following the arrest of Epstein's long-time associate British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell last week, Australia's Network Nine reported. "(This day to me) has been like one of the best...
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Johnny Depp's libel claim against The Sun to go ahead this week

Johnny Depp's libel claim against The Sun to go ahead this week

Johnny Depp's libel claim against The Sun newspaper over allegations he was violent towards ex-wife Amber Heard will go ahead this week, following a High Court ruling.
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Belfast barbershop reopens just after midnight

Belfast barbershop reopens just after midnight

Cambridge Barbershop on Belfast's Lisburn Road opened at one minute past midnight as the lockdown eased in Northern Ireland, allowing people the opportunity to have their first haircut in three months.
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Collapsing tree caught on dashcam as it just misses people

Collapsing tree caught on dashcam as it just misses people

A large tree narrowly missed passing pedestrians when it fell on to a road in Ealing, west London.
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