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NI fishermen fear they will lose out under ‘discriminatory’ UK system

NI fishermen fear they will lose out under ‘discriminatory’ UK system

NI fishermen fear they will lose out under ‘discriminatory’ UK system

19 January 2021

Fishing fleets from the region fear their quota will be cut to ‘placate’ disappointed fisherman in the rest of the UK.


Latest weekly Covid-19 rates for local authority areas in England

Latest weekly Covid-19 rates for local authority areas in England

Latest weekly Covid-19 rates for local authority areas in England

19 January 2021

Knowsley, Slough and Barking & Dagenham are currently recording the highest rates.


Daughter’s plea to take Covid seriously after losing both parents in nine days

Daughter’s plea to take Covid seriously after losing both parents in nine days

Daughter’s plea to take Covid seriously after losing both parents in nine days

19 January 2021

Susan and John Docherty had been married for 44 years.


UK records highest daily number of Covid deaths as data reveals spread of virus

UK records highest daily number of Covid deaths as data reveals spread of virus

UK records highest daily number of Covid deaths as data reveals spread of virus

19 January 2021

A further 1,610 people have died within 28 days of testing positive for Covid-19.


Europe’s biggest fish market like a ghost town due to Brexit – Industry head

Europe’s biggest fish market like a ghost town due to Brexit – Industry head

Europe’s biggest fish market like a ghost town due to Brexit – Industry head

19 January 2021

James Withers, chief executive of Scotland Food and Drink, said the situation is a ‘real crisis’ for exporters.


Retailers fear losses as Sturgeon extends lockdown for Scots till mid-February

Retailers fear losses as Sturgeon extends lockdown for Scots till mid-February

Retailers fear losses as Sturgeon extends lockdown for Scots till mid-February

19 January 2021

The First Minister also confirmed schools and nurseries across Scotland will stay closed to most youngsters during this time.


Fish export problems show that Brexit has consequences, says EU ambassador

Fish export problems show that Brexit has consequences, says EU ambassador

Fish export problems show that Brexit has consequences, says EU ambassador

19 January 2021

Joao Vale de Almeida said he hoped the situation would improve in the coming weeks but extra paperwork and checks were a result of Brexit.


No evidence Covid-19 vaccines could impact fertility – doctors

No evidence Covid-19 vaccines could impact fertility – doctors

No evidence Covid-19 vaccines could impact fertility – doctors

19 January 2021

Royal Colleges have come together to dispel misinformation circulating online.


Schools will not reopen fully until at least mid-February, Sturgeon confirms

Schools will not reopen fully until at least mid-February, Sturgeon confirms

Schools will not reopen fully until at least mid-February, Sturgeon confirms

19 January 2021

The First Minister said that reopening schools was a priority but it would not be safe to have all pupils back from the start of February.


UK records highest number of daily Covid-19 deaths since outbreak began

UK records highest number of daily Covid-19 deaths since outbreak began

UK records highest number of daily Covid-19 deaths since outbreak began

19 January 2021

Shadow health secretary Jonathan Ashworth said the figures were ‘horrific’.


Wales could receive larger share of vaccines due to older population – Drakeford

Wales could receive larger share of vaccines due to older population – Drakeford

Wales could receive larger share of vaccines due to older population – Drakeford

19 January 2021

First Minister Mark Drakeford said Wales’ higher proportion of older people had been discussed with other UK countries.


Meghan’s letter to father signalled end of our relationship, Thomas Markle says

Meghan’s letter to father signalled end of our relationship, Thomas Markle says

Meghan’s letter to father signalled end of our relationship, Thomas Markle says

19 January 2021

The Duchess of Sussex is suing the publisher of The Mail On Sunday and MailOnline over articles which reproduced parts of a handwritten letter.


Brandon Lewis acting like ’emperor with no clothes’ on NI protocol – DUP

Brandon Lewis acting like ’emperor with no clothes’ on NI protocol – DUP

Brandon Lewis acting like ’emperor with no clothes’ on NI protocol – DUP

19 January 2021

DUP agriculture minister Edwin Poots criticised the NI Secretary for his ongoing insistence that Brexit had not created GB/NI economic barriers.


Clydach murders: Forensic review to be carried out

Clydach murders: Forensic review to be carried out

Clydach murders: Forensic review to be carried out

19 January 2021

Mandy Power, 34, her mother Doris Dawson, 80, and her daughters Katie and Emily were found dead by firefighters at their home near Swansea in 1999.


The NHS and care workers who have died during the coronavirus pandemic

The NHS and care workers who have died during the coronavirus pandemic

The NHS and care workers who have died during the coronavirus pandemic

19 January 2021

The figure is likely to be lower than the true number of workers who have died.


Watchdog calls for greater oversight of algorithms

Watchdog calls for greater oversight of algorithms

Watchdog calls for greater oversight of algorithms

19 January 2021

The Competition and Markets Authority has warned that algorithms used by private firms could harm consumers if misused.


Care homes must remain priority as vaccine rollout expands, Government told

Care homes must remain priority as vaccine rollout expands, Government told

Care homes must remain priority as vaccine rollout expands, Government told

19 January 2021

According to the Prime Minister, half of elderly residents have received at least one dose.


Roxanne Pallett wins fight over legal costs after phone-hacking settlement

Roxanne Pallett wins fight over legal costs after phone-hacking settlement

Roxanne Pallett wins fight over legal costs after phone-hacking settlement

19 January 2021

Roxanne Pallett had agreed a £99,500 settlement with Mirror Group Newspapers late in 2020, a High Court judge heard


Life in lockdown: How to look after your mental health

Life in lockdown: How to look after your mental health

Life in lockdown: How to look after your mental health

19 January 2021

A doctor shares his tips for taking care of your mental wellbeing while living under pandemic restrictions.


Emergency services had fears of ‘marauding terrorist’ amid Manchester explosion

Emergency services had fears of ‘marauding terrorist’ amid Manchester explosion

Emergency services had fears of ‘marauding terrorist’ amid Manchester explosion

19 January 2021

The inquiry, which began last September, heard that there had been ‘reports of a shooting’ as well as an explosion.


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