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16 October 2020
Four people were killed and 70 were injured in the accident on October 17 2000.
Ionel Pintilie’s wife Gabriela died after losing six litres of blood following the birth of their daughter at Basildon University Hospital in 2019.
The Department for Transport will take on the revenue and cost risk associated with the franchise.
Eighteen-year-old Harry Vaughan will be sentenced at the Old Bailey on Friday for 14 terrorism offences.
Thousands of people from the UK and across the world reported problems with the platform from around 10.30pm on Thursday.
15 October 2020
Confusion and rebellion over the Government’s latest lockdown measures leads most of the nation’s papers.
Boris Johnson had set the deadline of October 15 for reaching an agreement.
One former minister said the vast majority of Tory MPs were against the current strategy.
The drug is one of four being examined under the agency’s ongoing trials.
Bodyworn footage from the Met showed crowds of guests who were not social distancing or taking other steps to prevent transmission of the virus.
Sir Lindsay Hoyle said the prohibition will apply if ‘food is served or not’.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan has asked Londoners to ‘do the right thing for our city’.
Mr Drakeford had kinder words for UK Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer, saying he had found it “very easy” to build a relationship with him.
The First Minister’s comment came after the BMA NI described the measures as ‘too little, too late’.
Brussels has called on Britain to make the ‘necessary moves’ to ensure an agreement can be reached.
Dr Anthony Fauci told a virtual summit that the country had ‘not yet seen the worst’ of effects caused by colder winter temperatures.
Italy, San Marino and Vatican City State are being taken off the Government’s travel corridor list.
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer had ordered his MPs to abstain on the third reading of the Covert Human Intelligence Sources Bill.
Ms Williams said the decision not to hire was ‘not at all’ as a result of the costs involved.