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Threat to reclaim funding from councils over Low Traffic Neighbourhoods

Threat to reclaim funding from councils over Low Traffic Neighbourhoods

Threat to reclaim funding from councils over Low Traffic Neighbourhoods

12 November 2020

Grant Shapps has told councils they will be forced to hand back money for cycling and walking schemes if they do not consult residents.


Twitter picks its top pandemic ‘acts of kindness’

Twitter picks its top pandemic ‘acts of kindness’

Twitter picks its top pandemic ‘acts of kindness’

12 November 2020

The social media site showcased instances of ‘people across the nation coming together’.


George, Charlotte and Louis to help Carole Middleton decorate tree by video call

George, Charlotte and Louis to help Carole Middleton decorate tree by video call

George, Charlotte and Louis to help Carole Middleton decorate tree by video call

12 November 2020

The family are being kept apart due to coronavirus restrictions.


Nicola Adams and Katya Jones out of Strictly after positive Covid-19 test

Nicola Adams and Katya Jones out of Strictly after positive Covid-19 test

Nicola Adams and Katya Jones out of Strictly after positive Covid-19 test

12 November 2020

A number of crew members have been forced to self-isolate after coming into contact with Jones.


Coronavirus infections continue to grow rapidly in England – study

Coronavirus infections continue to grow rapidly in England – study

Coronavirus infections continue to grow rapidly in England – study

12 November 2020

Researchers say prevalence of infection in the community in England is at 130 people per 10,000 infected.


Watchdog report on BBC pay criticised as ‘whitewash’

Watchdog report on BBC pay criticised as ‘whitewash’

Watchdog report on BBC pay criticised as ‘whitewash’

12 November 2020

The report did not find any breaches of the law, despite the BBC coming under fire in recent years on the issue of pay.


Captain Sir Tom Moore: Walk With Tom campaign gains momentum

Captain Sir Tom Moore: Walk With Tom campaign gains momentum

Captain Sir Tom Moore: Walk With Tom campaign gains momentum

12 November 2020

The new campaign aims to get as many people as possible walking and talking.


What we know so far about celebrations for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee

What we know so far about celebrations for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee

What we know so far about celebrations for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee

12 November 2020

The Queen reaches 70 years on the throne in 2022 and national commemorations will be held in June of that year.


British woman left brain damaged after cosmetic surgery flown home from Turkey

British woman left brain damaged after cosmetic surgery flown home from Turkey

British woman left brain damaged after cosmetic surgery flown home from Turkey

12 November 2020

Michelle Williams’ family was initially told she could not leave the hospital unless they paid a £20,000 medical bill.


Boxer Carl Frampton settles legal action with former manager

Boxer Carl Frampton settles legal action with former manager

Boxer Carl Frampton settles legal action with former manager

12 November 2020

Mr Frampton was suing Barry McGuigan and Cyclone Promotions for alleged withheld earnings.


Man quizzed over police station car crash

Man quizzed over police station car crash

Man quizzed over police station car crash

12 November 2020

The 45-year-old is also suspected to have set the road on fire using petrol.


Younger people said they would find a second lockdown ‘difficult or impossible’

Younger people said they would find a second lockdown ‘difficult or impossible’

Younger people said they would find a second lockdown ‘difficult or impossible’

12 November 2020

More than 25% of people said that their mental health had worsened due to the Covid-19 pandemic, according to a survey.


Welsh castle becomes campsite for the stars ahead of I’m A Celebrity

Welsh castle becomes campsite for the stars ahead of I’m A Celebrity

Welsh castle becomes campsite for the stars ahead of I’m A Celebrity

12 November 2020

This year’s contestants include Sir Mo Farah, Beverley Callard and Victoria Derbyshire.


Exmoor ponies’ green role in move to Yorkshire Dales

Exmoor ponies’ green role in move to Yorkshire Dales

Exmoor ponies’ green role in move to Yorkshire Dales

12 November 2020

The ponies, called Reddycombe and Cannerhaugh, have been moved as part of a conservation project to control invasive plants.


Woman with learning difficulties pregnant after being raped, judge hears

Woman with learning difficulties pregnant after being raped, judge hears

Woman with learning difficulties pregnant after being raped, judge hears

12 November 2020

Detail of the case emerged at a hearing in the Court of Protection when Mr Justice Poole approved a plan to deliver the baby by Caesarean section.


Aircraft carriers marred by ‘debilitating lack of clarity’ over purpose – MPs

Aircraft carriers marred by ‘debilitating lack of clarity’ over purpose – MPs

Aircraft carriers marred by ‘debilitating lack of clarity’ over purpose – MPs

12 November 2020

The Public Accounts Committee highlighted a lack of supply ships, a troubled radar system and uncertainty about the number of jets the UK will buy.


Raab accuses Beijing of ‘clear breach’ of treaty after Hong Kong MPs expelled

Raab accuses Beijing of ‘clear breach’ of treaty after Hong Kong MPs expelled

Raab accuses Beijing of ‘clear breach’ of treaty after Hong Kong MPs expelled

12 November 2020

But China insisted the disqualification of opposition members of the legislative council is ‘purely an internal affair’.


Mink strain ‘should not pose risk to Covid-19 vaccine success’, says Dr Fauci

Mink strain ‘should not pose risk to Covid-19 vaccine success’, says Dr Fauci

Mink strain ‘should not pose risk to Covid-19 vaccine success’, says Dr Fauci

12 November 2020

More than 200 people have been infected with mink-related coronavirus, leading the UK to ban non-UK citizens coming to the country from Denmark.


Government mindful that money spent wisely on Queen’s Jubilee plans, says Dowden

Government mindful that money spent wisely on Queen’s Jubilee plans, says Dowden

Government mindful that money spent wisely on Queen’s Jubilee plans, says Dowden

12 November 2020

A special four-day Bank Holiday weekend has been announced to mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee in June 2022.


Emergency services called to aircraft incident in the Highlands

Emergency services called to aircraft incident in the Highlands

Emergency services called to aircraft incident in the Highlands

12 November 2020

The emergency services are on the scene in Avoch on the Black Isle.


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