Antony Gormley's 40,000 tiny terracotta figures are back on display

Antony Gormley's 40,000 tiny terracotta figures are back on display

A sculpture of 40,000 tiny terracotta figures by Turner Prize winner Sir Antony Gormley is on display - with the Angel Of The North sculptor calling it a "call to conscience". The artwork was first created in 1993 but is back on show at Firstsit...
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"Harrowing" stories of pain and suffering have been laid bare in a report which concludes that patients came to "avoidable harm" because the healthcare system failed to respond when serious concerns were raised about some medical treatments.
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Rishi Sunak to unveil youth unemployment scheme in coronavirus recovery package

Rishi Sunak to unveil youth unemployment scheme in coronavirus recovery package

Chancellor Rishi Sunak will unveil a GBP2 billion scheme aimed at alleviating youth unemployment by subsidising work placements when he sets out his coronavirus recovery package.
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Frank Lampard praises Kepa Arrizabalaga as Chelsea beat Crystal Palace

Frank Lampard praises Kepa Arrizabalaga as Chelsea beat Crystal Palace

Chelsea head coach Frank Lampard heaped praise on his goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga for a game-winning save as the Blues beat London rivals Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park.
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World Health Organisation calls on governments to unite amid coronavirus pandemic

World Health Organisation calls on governments to unite amid coronavirus pandemic

World Health Organisation director-general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus calls on governments to unite admid the coronavirus pandemic.
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Johnny Depp trial: Actor tells court of drug use 'at a very young age'

Johnny Depp trial: Actor tells court of drug use 'at a very young age'

Johnny Depp has told a High Court judge how his drug use started "at a very young age", beginning when he took one of his mother's "nerve pills". The Hollywood actor said his mother used to ask him to bring her the pills and he took one after rea...
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Royal Collection seeking job cuts as GBP30m loss predicted

Royal Collection seeking job cuts as GBP30m loss predicted

The Royal Collection Trust is seeking voluntary redundancies amid the "greatest challenge" in its history. The charity is facing predicted losses of GBP30 million over the next year, and has taken out a GBP22 million loan following the closure of...
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Pep Guardiola: City must cut out errors or risk FA Cup and Champions League exit

Pep Guardiola: City must cut out errors or risk FA Cup and Champions League exit

Pep Guardiola has warned his Manchester City side to cut out the mistakes - or risk their Champions League and FA Cup bids falling short.
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Coronavirus in numbers: UK death toll at 44,391

Coronavirus in numbers: UK death toll at 44,391

The Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) said 44,391 people had died in hospitals, care homes and the wider community after testing positive for coronavirus in the UK as of 5pm on Monday - up by 155 from 44,236 the previous day. The Govern...
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Stand-in captain Ben Stokes confirms BLM 'gesture' from England before Test

Stand-in captain Ben Stokes confirms BLM 'gesture' from England before Test

Stand-in England captain Ben Stokes has said his team will "show a gesture" to the Black Lives Matter movement but did not confirm whether that would mean taking a knee. Stokes said: "There is going to be a gesture shown from us as a team in supp...
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Premier League match preview: Brighton v Liverpool

Premier League match preview: Brighton v Liverpool

We take an in-depth look at the upcoming Premier League clash between Brighton and champions Liverpool.
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Ashworth calls on Hancock to apologise for PM's 'crass remarks' on care homes

Ashworth calls on Hancock to apologise for PM's 'crass remarks' on care homes

Shadow health secretary Jonathan Ashworth called on Matt Hancock to apologise for the Prime Minister's "crass remarks" on care homes. Mr Hancock paid tribute to care homes which have "done so much to care for the most vulnerable throughout this c...
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Circus performers deliver letter calling to reopen in summer

Circus performers deliver letter calling to reopen in summer

More than 50 circus performers who are excluded from the Government's arts rescue plan deliver a letter from the Association of Circus Proprietors to the PM, calling for the right to reopen for their summer peak season or see the industry collapse...
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South Korean drone display reminds citizens to wear a mask and wash hands

South Korean drone display reminds citizens to wear a mask and wash hands

A South Korean drone display has reminded citizens to wear a face mask and keep socially distanced during the coronavirus pandemic. The display, which took place above the capital Seoul, saw more than 300 drones take flight for a 10-minute show.
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Kasabian singer Tom Meighan admits assaulting ex-fiancee

Kasabian singer Tom Meighan admits assaulting ex-fiancee

Former Kasabian frontman Tom Meighan has been sentenced at Leicester Magistrates' Court and ordered to carry out 200 hours of unpaid work for assaulting his ex-fiancee Vikki Ager. Meighan originally denied an assault had taken place but after wat...
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Duke of Sussex opens Aids 2020 virtual conference

Duke of Sussex opens Aids 2020 virtual conference

The Duke of Sussex, co-founder of Sentebale, a charity that supports the mental health and wellbeing of children and young people affected by HIV, speaks at the Aids 2020 virtual conference.
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London mayor and Met chief remember victims on 15th anniversary of July 7 blasts

London mayor and Met chief remember victims on 15th anniversary of July 7 blasts

Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick and London Mayor Sadiq Khan have laid wreaths at the 7/7 memorial in Hyde Park on the 15th anniversary of the terror attack. British Transport Police Chief Constable Paul Crowther, City of London Pol...
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Johnny Depp arrives at High Court as libel trial against The Sun set to begin

Johnny Depp arrives at High Court as libel trial against The Sun set to begin

Johnny Depp has arrived at the High Court in London ahead of his libel case against The Sun. The Hollywood star is suing the tabloid'a publisher News Group Newspapers (NGN) over an article which called him a "wife beater" and referred to "overwhe...
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William and Harry agree to split Diana memorial fund future proceeds

William and Harry agree to split Diana memorial fund future proceeds

The Duke of Cambridge and Duke of Sussex have agreed to divide the future proceeds of their mother's memorial fund between them as part of the separation of the brothers' charitable activities. According to financial documents, an agreement was s...
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Ex-Kasabian singer Tom Meighan arrives at court on domestic assault charge

Ex-Kasabian singer Tom Meighan arrives at court on domestic assault charge

Ex-Kasabian singer Tom Meighan arrives at Leciester Magistrates' Court where he is appearing on a domestic assault charge. On Monday a statement from the Brit Award-winning rock group said 39-year-old Meighan had left the band to focus on "person...
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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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Chancellor to announce GBP3bn green recovery as part of coronavirus strategy

Chancellor to announce GBP3bn green recovery as part of coronavirus strategy

A GBP3 billion green package with grants for homeowners and public buildings to improve energy efficiency will be unveiled by Rishi Sunak as part of his coronavirus economic strategy.
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England v West Indies: How do the captains compare?

England v West Indies: How do the captains compare?

England and the West Indies face off in the first of three Tests on Wednesday, which marks Ben Stokes' maiden outing as captain. We take a look at how he compares to his counterpart.
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Death toll rises in Japan flooding

Death toll rises in Japan flooding

The death toll from days of heavy rain and flooding in southern Japan rose to 50 on Tuesday morning with another dozen people still missing, officials said. The Fire and Disaster Management Agency said 49 of the dead were from riverside towns in ...
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Brexit briefing: 177 days until the end of the transition period

Brexit briefing: 177 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. Quote from the EU's chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier who will travel to London on Tuesday for talks with his UK cou...
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