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Minister denies government acted too late in bringing back pre-departure COVID tests for travel

A minister has denied that the government acted too late in reintroducing travel restrictions after the discovery of the Omicron variant of COVID-19.Speaking to Kay Burley on Sky News, policing minister Kit Malthouse said: "We have to be agile, we have to recognise that all these things are impositions on people's lives and lifestyles. Live COVID updates from the UK and around the world Please use Chrome browser for a […]

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Investigation launched into ‘disrespectful’ trespassing at Manchester Arena memorial

An investigation is under way after trespassers were spotted on the future site of a memorial for the Manchester Arena terror attack victims.The Glade of Light memorial garden is not yet open to the public and is still a building site. It is being built to honour the 22 victims who lost their lives in the 2017 suicide bombing following an Ariana Grande concert. Image: Scene of the Manchester Arena […]

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Race to restore power to thousands of homes ahead of Storm Barra as anger grows over govt response

More than 3,000 homes are still without heating and hot water, some 10 days after Storm Arwen affected power supplies - and as a second major storm of the winter is set to batter the UK in the next 24 hours.In its most recent update, the Energy Networks Association said that 3,190 homes were waiting to be reconnected as of 2pm on Sunday, down from 4,025 homes on Sunday morning.Most […]

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Tustin and Hughes ‘must never see light of day again’, says grandfather of six-year-old Arthur

The grandfather of Arthur Labinjo-Hughes has said that the couple behind his death "must never see the light of day again".Arthur, a six-year-old from Solihull, West Midlands, was poisoned, starved and beaten by his father's girlfriend Emma Tustin, 32, and his father Thomas Hughes, 29, in a prolonged campaign of "evil abuse".Tustin was jailed for life at Coventry Crown Court on Friday, with a minimum term of 29 years, after […]

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Next virus could be ‘more contagious’ and ‘more lethal’, warns Oxford vaccine creator

The next pandemic could be more deadly than COVID-19, according to one of the scientists behind the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine.Professor Dame Sarah Gilbert said: "This will not be the last time a virus threatens our lives and our livelihoods."The truth is the next one could be worse. It could be more contagious, or more lethal, or both."Dame Sarah gave her warning while delivering the 44th Richard Dimbleby Lecture, named in honour […]

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Female-led police force asks men to ‘do the right thing’ to end harassment against women

Sussex Police has launched a campaign to help men recognise sexual harassment and misogynistic behaviour - and to call it out. The "Do The Right Thing" campaign has been initiated by a force currently led by women. It has the backing of local celebrities such as Fatboy Slim, actor John Simm, and cricketer Tymal Mills, who have recorded videos of themselves encouraging men to call out inappropriate jokes and acts of […]

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British teen ‘fully accepted’ she would lose a foot after being attacked by crocodile

A British teenager who survived a crocodile attack in Zambia has said she had "fully accepted" she would lose a foot.Amelie Osborn-Smith, from Andover, Hampshire, had been with friends on a gap-year holiday and was white-water rafting on the Zambezi River near the famous Victoria Falls when the incident happened. The 18-year-old, who finished her A-levels at school in Winchester earlier this year, was said to have been resting her […]

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Police to be called in over claims of drug abuse in the Houses of Parliament

Commons Speaker Sir Lindsay Hoyle has told Sky News he is to call in police after claims that drug abuse is rife in the Houses of Parliament.Sir Lindsay is demanding a drugs crackdown - including sniffer dogs prowling the corridors - amid growing evidence of cannabis and cocaine being used openly. Allegations include a claim that a former MP put his drug dealer on the parliamentary payroll, claiming he was […]

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