Virgin Trains release farewell music video featuring Sir Richard Branson

Virgin Trains release farewell music video featuring Sir Richard Branson

Virgin Trains release a video to say goodbye to their West Coast Mainline customers after 22 years of service. The video features well known figures from the past two decades to celebrate the history of the franchise.
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Queen most amused by sailor's lockdown training regime

Queen most amused by sailor's lockdown training regime

The Queen was most amused after hearing about an RAF gunner's unusual lockdown exercise regime of pushing a car up and down the streets. The monarch remarked "Oh", looked surprised and gave a chuckle when Lance Corporal Shanwayne Stephens - a mem...
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Tiger Woods: It's not the Ryder Cup without fans

Tiger Woods: It's not the Ryder Cup without fans

Tiger Woods said the Ryder Cup was not the same without fans as he backed the decision to postpone the Whistling Straits showpiece until next year. The biennial clash between the United States and Europe had been due to take place in September, b...
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Meghan urges young women to challenge leaders to create positive change

Meghan urges young women to challenge leaders to create positive change

The Duchess of Sussex has issued a rallying cry to young women across the globe to "push" humanity in a "more inclusive, more just, and more empathetic direction". Meghan gave the keynote speech at the 2020 Girls Up leadership summit staged online
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Coronavirus in numbers: UK death toll at 44,968

Coronavirus in numbers: UK death toll at 44,968

The Department of Health and Social Care said 44,968 people have died in hospitals, care homes and the wider community after testing positive for coronavirus in the UK as of 9am on July 13.
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Arsenal v Liverpool Premier League match preview

Arsenal v Liverpool Premier League match preview

An in-depth look at Arsenal's Premier League match against champions Liverpool. The sides meet the the Emirates Stadium on July 15.
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Royal Society president welcomes new guidance on masks in shops

Royal Society president welcomes new guidance on masks in shops

Royal Society president Venkatraman Ramakrishnan reacts to the Government's announcement that face coverings will become mandatory in shops in England from July 24. Anyone failing to comply with the order could face a fine of up to GBP100.
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Government to make decision on Leicester lockdown

Government to make decision on Leicester lockdown

Health Secretary Matt Hancock has confirmed a decision on Leicester's lockdown will be made on Thursday. Tuesday marks two weeks of the localised lockdown, imposed due to the city's alarming coronavirus figures. Citizens of Leicester are still...
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Health officials: Wearing a face covering could protect the wearer

Health officials: Wearing a face covering could protect the wearer

New evidence suggests wearing a face covering could protect the person wearing it. According to Scottish health officials, a mask or something similar may protect the wearer as well as others nearby. It had been previously thought that it onl...
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London mayor: Government messaging on face coverings 'shambolic'

London mayor: Government messaging on face coverings 'shambolic'

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan heavily criticises Boris Johnson's Government for its apparent mixed public messaging on face coverings, calling it 'a shambles'. He also adds that he hasn't met or spoken to the Prime Minister since a Cobra meeting in ...
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Pep Guardiola welcomes CAS ruling and says Man City deserve apology

Pep Guardiola welcomes CAS ruling and says Man City deserve apology

Pep Guardiola has said he is "incredibly happy" after Manchester City had their European ban overturned. The Court of Arbitration for Sport on Monday lifted a two-year ban imposed on City by UEFA over Financial Fair Play breaches.
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Jose Mourinho critical of decision to overturn Man City ban

Jose Mourinho critical of decision to overturn Man City ban

Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho has branded the decision to overturn Manchester City's European ban "disgraceful" and a "disaster". City's two-year expulsion was overturned by the Court of Arbitration for Sport on Monday, but they were fined GBP10mi...
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Man City v Bournemouth: Premier League match preview

Man City v Bournemouth: Premier League match preview

An in-depth look at Manchester City's Premier League match against Bournemouth as Eddie Howe's men look to cause a huge surprise in their bid to avoid the drop.
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Hancock announces that face coverings will be compulsory in England's shops

Hancock announces that face coverings will be compulsory in England's shops

Health Secretary Matt Hancock formally announces that face covering are to become compulsory in shops in England and those who fail to comply with the order from July 24 could face a fine of up to GBP100.
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Banksy creates coronavirus-related artwork on London Underground tube carriage

Banksy creates coronavirus-related artwork on London Underground tube carriage

Banksy has sprayed the inside of a London Underground tube carriage with messages about the spread of coronavirus. The street artist uploaded a 59-second video, captioned "If you don't mask - you don't get" to his Instagram and YouTube pages on T...
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Klopp: City FFP verdict 'not good' for football

Klopp: City FFP verdict 'not good' for football

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp reacts to the news that Manchester City's appeal against breaches of UEFA's FFP guidelines was successful
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How will the new points-based immigration system work?

How will the new points-based immigration system work?

More information on how the new points-based immigration system will work has been published by the Government. The policy is set to come into force on January 1 after freedom of movement with the European Union ends.
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Huawei kit to be stripped out of UK 5G network by 2027

Huawei kit to be stripped out of UK 5G network by 2027

Culture, Media, Digital and Sport Secretary Oliver Dowden confirms that Chinese tech giant Huawei's equipment will be stripped from the UK's 5G network by 2027, adding billions to the cost and delaying the delivery of the high-speed mobile network...
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Flowering of echium and borage bring vibrant colour to Essex field

Flowering of echium and borage bring vibrant colour to Essex field

Fields of echium and borage in full flower near the town of Thaxted in Essex. Fairking Ltd have been growing echium and borage for over 30 years and now farm over 6000 acres of the flower which are harvested for their seed in order for the oil to ...
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Cat disrupts parliamentary committee meeting

Cat disrupts parliamentary committee meeting

A feline friend of John Nicolson MP momentarily put a paws on committee meeting business by wandering across the minister's video call, causing all of those online to burst into laughter. Rocco the cat is the latest in many pet cameos that have t...
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Face coverings: What you need to know

Face coverings: What you need to know

After weeks of mixed messages, the Government has announced it will soon be mandatory to wear a face covering in supermarkets and other shops in England. Here is what you need to know about the new rules.
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Man admits injuring officer by pushing her down stairs

Man admits injuring officer by pushing her down stairs

A man has admitted seriously injuring a police officer by pushing her down stairs during a protest. Jamie Dewing, 31, was caught on camera shoving the officer, who now needs physiotherapy on her neck and back, during a June demonstration in Parli...
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Clive Tyldesley 'baffled' after being replaced as ITV lead commentator

Clive Tyldesley 'baffled' after being replaced as ITV lead commentator

Clive Tyldesley says he will "miss England games so much" and has been left "upset, annoyed and baffled" after being replaced as ITV's lead commentator. However, the veteran broadcaster says he respects ITV's right to make the decision and will c...
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British Chambers of Commerce urge clarity on face covering rules

British Chambers of Commerce urge clarity on face covering rules

Interview with Adam Marshall, Director General at the British Chambers of Commerce, who urges the Government to issue clear guidance to shop owners and businesses around the introduction of mandatory face covering rules in shops and supermarkets i...
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South Kensington museum district announces reopening plans

South Kensington museum district announces reopening plans

The Natural History Museum, Victoria & Albert Museum and Science Museum are to reopen in August. South Kensington's museum district - usually a tourist and school holiday hotspot in London - has been closed in lockdown. The three institutions he...