Extinction Rebellion activists dressed as canaries block mine entrance

Extinction Rebellion activists dressed as canaries block mine entrance

Extinction Rebellion activists caged like canaries have blocked the entrance to an open cast mine in opposition of expansion plans.
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Repatriation flights from Peru arrive in UK

Repatriation flights from Peru arrive in UK

Two more flights carrying British citizens home from Peru have landed at Gatwick Airport. The British Airways flights took off from Lima on Monday evening and arrived safely in the UK on Tuesday morning. Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab announced ...
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Harry Styles tells people to keep an eye on their mental health while social distancing

Harry Styles tells people to keep an eye on their mental health while social distancing

Singer Harry Styles talks to Heart radio about his time social distancing in LA. He said the streets are like a movie and that everyone should keep an eye on their mental health under lockdown.
Coronavirus test centre opens at Wembley Ikea

Coronavirus test centre opens at Wembley Ikea

A coronavirus test centre for NHS workers has opened at Ikea's store in north-west London. Cars were queuing to gain access to the drive-through facility set up in the car park. Priority is being given to NHS staff who are isolating at home beca...
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Goats run amok in Welsh town during coronavirus lockdown

Goats run amok in Welsh town during coronavirus lockdown

Goats in the Welsh town of Llandudno roam free as without any people, they are confident enough to go anywhere they want during the coronavirus lockdown.
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Rise in reported mental health problems during the coronavirus crisis

Rise in reported mental health problems during the coronavirus crisis

Julian Hendy, director of the Hundred Families charity, discusses an increasing number of mental health problems throughout society as the Covid-19 crisis continues.
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Brexit briefing: 275 days until the end of the transition period

Brexit briefing: 275 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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March busiest month on record for supermarkets

March busiest month on record for supermarkets

March was the busiest month on record for supermarkets across Britain as shoppers rushed to stock up on vital supplies to see them through the coronavirus pandemic. Grocery sales rose by a staggering 20.6% in the last four weeks, and 7.6% in the...
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Megxit: What happens next?

Megxit: What happens next?

Meghan and Harry have quite life as senior royals. They will stop using their HRH titles and a new chapter in their lives begins. What happens next for Meghan and Harry?
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What is it like to teach in the UK during the coronavirus pandemic?

What is it like to teach in the UK during the coronavirus pandemic?

Primary school teacher, Frankie Kent, discusses what it has been like to teach the children of key workers and vulnerable children during the coronavirus pandemic, after the announcement that schools would be closed.
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Abortion services become available in Northern Ireland

Abortion services become available in Northern Ireland

Women in Northern Ireland are now able to have an abortion up to 12 weeks into pregnancy, and up to 24 weeks if it would put the physical or mental health of the pregnant woman or girl at risk. It comes after the landmark law was changed in Oct...
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The AA and LAS announce partnership

The AA and LAS announce partnership

The AA and the London Ambulance Service launch a partnership to provide emergency repair and recovery services during the Covid-19 outbreak.
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Harry and Meghan in numbers

Harry and Meghan in numbers

A look at the Duke and Duchess of Sussex in numbers as they officially step back from royal duties. Harry and Meghan, who are now living in Los Angeles, will spend the next few months focusing on baby son Archie Mountbatten-Windsor, and privately...
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Megxit: Harry and Meghan's life in pictures

Megxit: Harry and Meghan's life in pictures

We take a look at some of Harry and Meghan's most memorable moments as they step down from senior royal duties.
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Coronavirus lockdown laws: What type of food can I buy and is driving allowed?

Coronavirus lockdown laws: What type of food can I buy and is driving allowed?

Police across the UK have powers to arrest or fine people flouting coronavirus lockdown rules. But there has been confusion over what can be enforced by police and what constitutes breaking the law.
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What now for Jack Grealish?

What now for Jack Grealish?

We look at what could be next for Aston Villa captain Jack Grealish after he admitted breaking coronavirus lockdown to visit a friend at the weekend? The player admitted he felt "deeply embarrassed", while the club have confirmed he will be fined...
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'Diversity' of approach in Stormont over coronavirus

'Diversity' of approach in Stormont over coronavirus

Northern Ireland's Deputy First Minister Michelle O'Neill has said there is a "diversity" of approach to tackling the coronavirus crisis within the region's executive, during a press conference with First Minister Arlene Foster. "I don't think it...
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Alfie Boe joins musical theatre supergroup for song in appreciation of NHS

Alfie Boe joins musical theatre supergroup for song in appreciation of NHS

Alfie Boe has joined a musical theatre supergroup in a rendition of Bring Him Home from Les Miserables in support of the NHS. Members of The Barricade Boys recorded the song in their own homes, alongside Boe, Ramin Karimloo, John Owen-Jones, Davi...
Dominic Raab reveals Boris Johnson is still 'full of vigour'

Dominic Raab reveals Boris Johnson is still 'full of vigour'

Foreign secretary Dominic Raab reveals that Boris Johnson is full of vigour, despite his recent positive test ofr the coronavirus. The Prime Minister even chaired the cabinet's 9:15 meeting.
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Coronavirus in numbers: UK deaths pass 1,400

Coronavirus in numbers: UK deaths pass 1,400

A look at the latest figures behind coronavirus as UK deaths jumped to 1,408.
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WHO: No recommendation for well individuals to wear masks

WHO: No recommendation for well individuals to wear masks

World Health Organisation officials outline their advice on the public wearing masks to prevent the spread of Covid-19. Speakers include Dr Michael Ryan.
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Dad throws heartwarming dinner party with young family

Dad throws heartwarming dinner party with young family

A dad delights his young children by turning dinner time into a trip to a luxury restaurant during the coronavirus crisis lockdown.
Coronavirus: Charter flights to help stranded Britons get home

Coronavirus: Charter flights to help stranded Britons get home

Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said "tens of thousands" of stranded British travellers would be flown home under a new partnership between the Government and airlines. Speaking at the Downing Street press conference, he said: "I can today announc...
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Joe Root: Very difficult to talk about re-scheduling matches until cricket returns

Joe Root: Very difficult to talk about re-scheduling matches until cricket returns

England Test captain Joe Root says it will be 'very difficutl' to consider the re-scheduling of postponed matches until players are able to return from the current Covid-19 enforced break.
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Personal trainer raises money for NHS after completing marathon in driveway

Personal trainer raises money for NHS after completing marathon in driveway

A Co Tyrone man has run a marathon in his driveway while pushing a wheelbarrow to raise money for the NHS. Keith Clarke, from Dungannon, described the feat as "run the drive to stay alive". He started running on Monday morning. He had raised GB...
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