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Family and friends pay tribute to Reading terror victims in memorial service

Family and friends pay tribute to Reading terror victims in memorial service

Family and friends pay tribute to Reading terror victims in memorial service

20 June 2021

James Furlong, 36, scientist Dr David Wails, 49, and Joseph Ritchie-Bennett, 39, were murdered in Forbury Gardens on June 20 last year.


People camping on Bournemouth beach face being woken and handed £1,000 fine

People camping on Bournemouth beach face being woken and handed £1,000 fine

People camping on Bournemouth beach face being woken and handed £1,000 fine

20 June 2021

Revellers are being warned they could face prosecution.


Police close off access to Avebury to prevent summer solstice gathering

Police close off access to Avebury to prevent summer solstice gathering

Police close off access to Avebury to prevent summer solstice gathering

20 June 2021

Wiltshire Police has posted on social media that it has closed off access to part of the Ridgeway following the arrival of a large number of vehicles.


William, George and Charlotte appear at running event on Father’s Day

William, George and Charlotte appear at running event on Father’s Day

William, George and Charlotte appear at running event on Father’s Day

20 June 2021

George and Charlotte were photographed wearing shorts and trainers, while the duke was dressed in a blue shirt and a pair of navy chinos.


Meghan says children’s book is ‘love story’ about ‘deep connection and trust’

Meghan says children’s book is ‘love story’ about ‘deep connection and trust’

Meghan says children’s book is ‘love story’ about ‘deep connection and trust’

20 June 2021

The duchess’s debut publication for youngsters is called The Bench.


Man held on suspicion of double murder at same address

Man held on suspicion of double murder at same address

Man held on suspicion of double murder at same address

20 June 2021

The arrested suspect is understood to be known to the deceased.


Youth climate activists resume anti-Shell demo at Science Museum

Youth climate activists resume anti-Shell demo at Science Museum

Youth climate activists resume anti-Shell demo at Science Museum

20 June 2021

The students have returned for a second day of protests after being threatened with arrest on Saturday evening.


Ireland prepared to ‘go the extra mile’ to find Protocol fixes, Varadkar says

Ireland prepared to ‘go the extra mile’ to find Protocol fixes, Varadkar says

Ireland prepared to ‘go the extra mile’ to find Protocol fixes, Varadkar says

20 June 2021

However, the deputy Irish premier ruled out abandoning it altogether, saying all of the ‘realistic alternatives’ have been rejected by Unionism.


Stonehenge summer solstice sunrise set to be mired in cloud and rain

Stonehenge summer solstice sunrise set to be mired in cloud and rain

Stonehenge summer solstice sunrise set to be mired in cloud and rain

20 June 2021

The annual gathering at the ancient stone circle in Wiltshire has been cancelled for the second year running.


Third bill for assisted dying to be introduced at Holyrood

Third bill for assisted dying to be introduced at Holyrood

Third bill for assisted dying to be introduced at Holyrood

20 June 2021

The Bill will be introduced on Monday.


Royals mark Father’s Day with collection of family photographs

Royals mark Father’s Day with collection of family photographs

Royals mark Father’s Day with collection of family photographs

20 June 2021

Pictures were shared on social media on Sunday morning.


Bandying around ‘hopeless’ criticism of Hancock is wrong, says Justice Secretary

Bandying around ‘hopeless’ criticism of Hancock is wrong, says Justice Secretary

Bandying around ‘hopeless’ criticism of Hancock is wrong, says Justice Secretary

20 June 2021

Robert Buckland said the Health Secretary had the Government’s full support.


Let’s get all over-40s double jabbed by Freedom Day, says top PHE scientist

Let’s get all over-40s double jabbed by Freedom Day, says top PHE scientist

Let’s get all over-40s double jabbed by Freedom Day, says top PHE scientist

20 June 2021

Dr Susan Hopkins, a senior director at Public Health England, also said a double jab might allow returning holidaymakers to avoid quarantine.


‘No Sinn Fein shopping list’ to facilitate appointment of next First Minister

‘No Sinn Fein shopping list’ to facilitate appointment of next First Minister

‘No Sinn Fein shopping list’ to facilitate appointment of next First Minister

20 June 2021

MP Chris Hazzard has said Sinn Fein will have ‘no demands’ other than a commitment to agreements already made.


Fire crew cycles 275 miles to 32 stations for mental health charity

Fire crew cycles 275 miles to 32 stations for mental health charity

Fire crew cycles 275 miles to 32 stations for mental health charity

20 June 2021

Staff from across Humberside Fire and Rescue Service took part in the charity cycle challenge.


Further lockdowns a possibility during ‘miserable winter’, scientists warn

Further lockdowns a possibility during ‘miserable winter’, scientists warn

Further lockdowns a possibility during ‘miserable winter’, scientists warn

20 June 2021

Children and elderly people will be vulnerable to endemic viruses at the end of the year, it has been said.


Government plans to bring streaming giants under UK regulation

Government plans to bring streaming giants under UK regulation

Government plans to bring streaming giants under UK regulation

20 June 2021

The proposal is expected to be set out in a broadcasting white paper.


Scottish Government accused of ‘hypocrisy’ over Manchester travel ban

Scottish Government accused of ‘hypocrisy’ over Manchester travel ban

Scottish Government accused of ‘hypocrisy’ over Manchester travel ban

20 June 2021

Nicola Sturgeon announced the ban on Friday.


Minister strikes back at resignation call if he fails to tackle rape figures

Minister strikes back at resignation call if he fails to tackle rape figures

Minister strikes back at resignation call if he fails to tackle rape figures

20 June 2021

Robert Buckland accused his shadow David Lammy of “low politics” after he accused him of shedding ‘crocodile tears’ over plunging rape prosecutions.


Offer young people a business education to tackle inequality, says entrepreneur

Offer young people a business education to tackle inequality, says entrepreneur

Offer young people a business education to tackle inequality, says entrepreneur

20 June 2021

William Adoasi says issues like Black Lives Matter will ‘never be alleviated without capital’ and education can help to tackle this.


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