West Indies remain quietly confident before final day of first Test

West Indies remain quietly confident before final day of first Test

West Indies coach Phil Simmons says he remains confident that his side can keep their cool and push for victory in the final day of their first Test against England.
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Coronavirus in numbers: Worldwide death toll passes 750,000

Coronavirus in numbers: Worldwide death toll passes 750,000

The Government said 41,347 people have died in the UK within 28 days of testing positive for Covid-19, as of Thursday. This up by 18 from the day before.
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Ucas offer support for students during challenging A-level year

Ucas offer support for students during challenging A-level year

Ucas Senior customer experience manager Courteney Sheppard explains that UCAS are well prepared to deal with an influx of queries after many students were left disappointed by their A-Level results. The Government is under increasing pressure to ...
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A-level results: What next for students?

A-level results: What next for students?

After the release of this year's A-level results for England, Wales and Northern Ireland, many students will be pondering their futures. The disruption caused to the exam process by the coronavirus pandemic has led to much uncertainty across the ...
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Boris Johnson hails 'heroic efforts' of Northern Ireland's paramedics

Boris Johnson hails 'heroic efforts' of Northern Ireland's paramedics

Boris Johsnons toured the headquarters of the Northern Ireland Ambulance Service on the outskirts of Belfast. The Prime Minister arrived at the Knockbracken site after political meetings at Hillsborough Castle.
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Donald Trump says Israel will halt annexation plans as it forms UAE ties

Donald Trump says Israel will halt annexation plans as it forms UAE ties

US President Donald Trump has said the United Arab Emirates and Israel will establish diplomatic ties in a deal halting planned annexation of occupied land sought by the Palestinians for their future state.
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Flood-risked parts of rail network to be inspected after train derailment

Flood-risked parts of rail network to be inspected after train derailment

Inspections are to be carried out across parts of the country's rail network deemed at risk of flash flooding to avoid a repeat of Wednesday's train derailment in Aberdeenshire. Network Rail will inspect trackside slopes as part of a Government-o...
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Portrait unveiled of last living sisters to sign Official Secret Acts during Second World War

Portrait unveiled of last living sisters to sign Official Secret Acts during Second World War

A portrait of the last living sisters to have both signed the Official Secrets Act in the Second World War has been unveiled ahead of the anniversary of VJ day.
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Students receive A-level results amid grade controversy

Students receive A-level results amid grade controversy

Thousands of pupils' results have been downgraded after this year's summer exams were cancelled because of Covid-19 despite record-high results.
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Grant Shapps: Too soon to say if cutbacks led to fatal rail crash

Grant Shapps: Too soon to say if cutbacks led to fatal rail crash

Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has claimed it is "far too soon" to say whether cutbacks to Network Rail contributed to the fatal Aberdeenshire train crash. The minister visited the "horrendous" scene of the incident near Stonehaven on Thursday,...
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Angry taxi driver confronts Sadiq Khan

Angry taxi driver confronts Sadiq Khan

A bystander who identifies himself as a taxi driver but would not give his name heckles London mayor Sadiq Khan, blaming him for stifling business in the capital by "shutting it down" via his transport policies. The man is applauded by other taxi...
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Lionel Messi and Barcelona teammates arrive in Lisbon

Lionel Messi and Barcelona teammates arrive in Lisbon

Barcelona's players touched down in Lisbon as the Catalan giants prepare to face Bayern Munich in the UEFA Champions League quarter-finals on Friday.
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Paddleboarder braves stormy condition in Twickenham

Paddleboarder braves stormy condition in Twickenham

A paddleboarder was captured travelling down the Thames as stormy conditions followed a spell of extremely hot weather.
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Sir Keir Starmer: Government approach to exam results has failed

Sir Keir Starmer: Government approach to exam results has failed

Sir Keir Starmer met A-level students at a sixth-form college in Darlington. The Labour leader said: "The algorithm has not worked because it's assessed 40% of students for a downgrade, and for schools and colleges they haven't even got standard...
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Boris Johnson says he is not suffering from new baby sleep deprivation

Boris Johnson says he is not suffering from new baby sleep deprivation

Prime Minister Boris Johnson says he is not suffering from sleep deprivation, during a visit to Belfast to meet Northern Ireland's political leaders.
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Cow yoga class takes place at Lancashire farm

Cow yoga class takes place at Lancashire farm

Lancashire Farm Dairies releases footage of a cow yoga experience at Paradise Farm in Leyland, Lancashire.
London Zoo welcomes arrival of 'ugliest pigs on earth'

London Zoo welcomes arrival of 'ugliest pigs on earth'

London Zoo has welcomed the arrival of their first "demon pigs" -- nicknamed the ugliest pigs on earth.
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Norwich student disappointed she can't 'own' exam results

Norwich student disappointed she can't 'own' exam results

With A-level exam results causing much controversy in the UK, students in Norwich explain their consternation towards the overall process.
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Fernando Alonso docuseries trailer released

Fernando Alonso docuseries trailer released

Amazon Prime have teased an upcoming series showing an intimate portrayal of two-time Formula One world champion, Fernando Alonso. Viewers can tune in from September 25.
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Why has the Covid-19 daily death toll been revised?

Why has the Covid-19 daily death toll been revised?

A review of how Covid-19 deaths are calculated in England has reduced the UK toll by more than 5,000. But what is the new methodology and why have the figures changed?
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Residents shocked by sudden lightning bolt

Residents shocked by sudden lightning bolt

Residents in Wrexham, north Wales, are shocked by a sudden lightning bolt on a cloudy morning. The Met Office has forecast hot, stormy weather with yellow weather warnings for much of the UK in the coming days.
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Police officer rescues man in wheelchair from oncoming train

Police officer rescues man in wheelchair from oncoming train

A police officer pulled a man out of the path of an oncoming train with seconds to spare, with the incident caught on her bodycam footage. Officer Erika Urrea was on patrol un the city of Lodi, California when she noticed a man in a wheelchair st...
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Brexit briefing: 140 days until the end of the transition period

Brexit briefing: 140 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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Artist creates tapestry to document most notable lockdown moments

Artist creates tapestry to document most notable lockdown moments

Three UK has unveiled an art installation that shows trending moments during the Covid-19 lockdown. Illustrated by London artist Emmy Lupin, How We Scrolled: Lockdown 2020 is an undulating, 25-metre look at what kept people connected over the fiv...
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Former teacher launches business making jewellery out of breast milk

Former teacher launches business making jewellery out of breast milk

A former teacher who was inspired by her own rollercoaster breastfeeding journey with her three children has launched a business making jewellery out of mothers' milk. Mum-of-three Kerry Miles, 46, struggled to breastfeed her first child, Harry, ...