Matt Hancock: People must stay inside or face outdoor exercise ban

Matt Hancock: People must stay inside or face outdoor exercise ban

Health Secretary Matt Hancock tells Andrew Marr that people must not flout the advice to stay in their homes, or they face having outdoors exercise banned all together.
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Priti Patel: Travellers from overseas could increase the spread of Covid-19

Priti Patel: Travellers from overseas could increase the spread of Covid-19

Travellers from overseas could increase the spread of Covid-19, the Home Secretary has said as she outlined time-limited quarantine measures for England. Making a statement to the Commons, Priti Patel said the UK is past the peak of coronavirus bu...
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McDonald's drive-thru queues from the air

McDonald's drive-thru queues from the air

A McDonald's restaurant on Leeds Rd, Huddersfield reopens its drive-thru. McDonald's is rapidly expanding its store openings across the UK and Ireland to have more than 1,000 restaurants reopened for drive-thru or delivery by Thursday, June 4.
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Seven of the best mile-munching cars

Seven of the best mile-munching cars

Now that certain lockdown measures have been eased and more people are taking to the roads, it's likely that drivers will need to travel further afield than they have over the previous few months. And though we're not advocating undertaking a mam...
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Andres Iniesta discusses his idols and dreams of becoming a manager

Andres Iniesta discusses his idols and dreams of becoming a manager

Spanish football star Andres Iniesta discusses dreams of becoming a manager and his ideal players. He says he would like to see the La Liga season end with Barcelona winning the title and that Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola was an idol of ...
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Boris Johnson appears to break social distancing guidelines in Commons

Boris Johnson appears to break social distancing guidelines in Commons

Prime Minister Boris Johnson appears to break social distancing guidelines in the House of Commons at the conclusion of PMQs. Mr Johnson ended PMQs by heading towards the chamber exit but stopping for a chat with a Conservative colleague, there...
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Premier League clubs given green light for friendly matches

Premier League clubs given green light for friendly matches

Premier League clubs given green light to organise friendlies before resumption. Top-flight action has been suspended since March due to the coronavirus pandemic, but 'Project Restart' is well under way and play is set to resume on June 17.
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Boris Johnson snaps at Sir Keir Starmer in heated PMQs

Boris Johnson snaps at Sir Keir Starmer in heated PMQs

Boris Johnson says that the UK Covid alert level did allow for further easing of lockdown measures as discussion at PMQs grew heated on Wednesday. Mr Johnson slapped the despatch box as he replied: "He [Keir Starmer] knows perfectly well that the...
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Keir Starmer: Government use of statistics risks public trust and confidence

Keir Starmer: Government use of statistics risks public trust and confidence

Sir Keir Starmer addressed questions of public trust and confidence in the official use of statistics regarding coronavirus track and trace measures during Prime Minister's question time in the House of Commons. Boris Johnson countered Sir Keir b...
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Johnson rejects claims test and trace service not fully operational

Johnson rejects claims test and trace service not fully operational

Boris Johnson rejected the Labour leader's claim that the Government's test, track and trace system is not yet fully operational. Sir Keir said: "Two weeks ago today at the despatch box the Prime Minister promised that we will have a test, track ...
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Johnson and Starmer pay tribute to George Floyd during PMQs

Johnson and Starmer pay tribute to George Floyd during PMQs

Labour leader Keir Starmer and Prime Minister Boris Johnson pay tribute to George Floyd in the House of Commons during Prime Minister's Questions.
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London City Airport to reopen at end of June

London City Airport to reopen at end of June

Commercial flights will return to London City Airport by the end of June. The airport announced that domestic routes will be the first to resume.
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Ibuprofen to be tested as treatment to reduce Covid-19 symptoms

Ibuprofen to be tested as treatment to reduce Covid-19 symptoms

A new trial has been launched to assess whether ibuprofen may hold the key to preventing severe breathing problems in Covid-19 patients. Experts are assessing whether a special formulation of the cheap drug could help reduce the serious side effe...
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Brexit briefing: 211 days until the end of the transition period

Brexit briefing: 211 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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Six arrested as police face Hampstead Heath brawl

Six arrested as police face Hampstead Heath brawl

Six people have been arrested following a brawl involving hundreds of youths on London's Hampsted Heath. Three van loads of police officers were deployed to the park at around 6.30pm on Tuesday to disperse the crowd. A dispersal order is now in ...
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Prince Charles praises benefits of gardens in lockdown

Prince Charles praises benefits of gardens in lockdown

The Prince of Wales has spoken about the "beneficial effects of gardens and green spaces" especially during the coronavirus lockdown, in a video message in a support of a decades-old charity.
Lambeth town hall lit purple to mark death of George Floyd

Lambeth town hall lit purple to mark death of George Floyd

Lambeth town hall in Brixton has been lit purple to mark the death of George Floyd in Minnesota. It is also organising a "community listening event" to discuss issues including increased use of police stop and search powers, anti-social behaviour...
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Southampton have something special, says Ralph Hasenhuttl after signing new deal

Southampton have something special, says Ralph Hasenhuttl after signing new deal

Ralph Hasenhuttl had no hesitation extending his contract at Southampton - a club that not only matches his ambitions but have proven themselves to be "something special" during dark times. As the Premier League edges towards a resumption, the Sa...
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Medic mum reunited with daughters after nine weeks apart

Medic mum reunited with daughters after nine weeks apart

An NHS healthcare worker has been reunited with her daughters after nine weeks apart during the pandemic. Suzie Vaughan, 43, from King's Lynn, Norfolk, surprised Hettie, seven, and Bella, nine, after spending more than two months away from them w...
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Government release new NHS Test and Trace service advert

Government release new NHS Test and Trace service advert

The Department of Health and Social Care has launched a new Government public information campaign for the new NHS Test and Trace service. It reiterates the continued need for someone to self-isolate as soon as they develop symptoms and to get te...
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Octogenarian 'livid' at social distancing breaches

Octogenarian 'livid' at social distancing breaches

Robert Atkinson, an octogenarian who is shielding during the pandemic in Belfast, speaks of his frustration at images of mass gatherings on beaches and says he feels wary of going out again in fear of a second wave of the virus.
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Root backs Stokes as captain if rescheduled Test clashes with birth of his child

Root backs Stokes as captain if rescheduled Test clashes with birth of his child

Ben Stokes could be the man who leads England in the first Test of the summer, after newly announced dates for the West Indies tour confirmed a possible clash with the birth of Joe Root's second child. The England and Wales Cricket Board has reve...
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All you need to know from the June 2 Covid-19 briefing

All you need to know from the June 2 Covid-19 briefing

Health Secretary Matt Hancock holds the daily coronavirus briefing at Downing Street. Here's all you need to know from today's press conference.
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