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22 October 2021
Sales volumes fell 0.2% in September according to the ONS, with non-food sales particularly hit, although there was a surge in fuel sales.
He was principal conductor of the London Philharmonic Orchestra from 1967 to 1979.
Ali Harbi Ali, 25, will make appear in a crown court dock for the first time on Friday.
Covid vaccinations and a stay in hospital for the Queen figure prominently in the Friday papers.
21 October 2021
Kuenssberg has been a contentious figure during her tenure as political editor.
The Apple boss held a virtual meeting with teachers from the UK and Ireland about their use of Apple’s coding curriculum tools.
The monarch was admitted to King Edward VII’s Hospital on Wednesday for preliminary investigations.
Many a royal has been cared for at the private King Edward VII’s Hospital, where the Queen spent the night on Wednesday.
A media blitz is planned to increase take-up of booster shots as Boris Johnson admitted the problem was one of demand, not supply.
The 95-year-old monarch has travelled to Wales among other engagements.
The monarch, 95, returned to Windsor at lunchtime on Thursday and her medical team have taken a ‘cautious approach’.
Lord Kamall highlighted unease over how to enforce a mandatory requirement for face coverings.
A pilot will see users wearing wrist-worn devices giving them personalised health advice.
The Prince of Wales chatted to the Good Morning Britain host during a Prince’s Trust award ceremony.
Researchers say the increase was due to increased difficulty in accessing contraception.
Amendments to the Skills and Post-16 Education Bill set the stage for a parliamentary tussle known as ping-pong.
People can go online and check the national booking system to see if their local site has appointments available as early as Saturday.
The British Medical Association’s GP committee formally rejected the proposals for England and will ballot on industrial action.
The nationwide advertising blitz will run on outdoor billboards, broadcast and community radio and TV to support the national vaccine drive.
The tax will be replaced in favour of a global agreement in 2023.