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10 September 2020
Figures show just over two-thirds (69.2%) of close contacts of people who tested positive were reached in the week to September 2.
The Irish data regulator has launched an inquiry which the tech giant has warned could have ‘a far-reaching effect on businesses’.
Zephaniah McLeod is accused of killing university worker Jacob Billington as well as seven counts of attempted murder.
Leeds will play their first Premier League game since their relegation from the top flight in the 2003/04 season.
The findings also raise questions over people’s willingness to be given a Covid-19 inoculation.
The Health Secretary said ensuring everyone with coronavirus symptoms could get a test close to home ‘was of course my goal’.
The Government infuriated Brussels just as trade deal negotiations reached a crunch week.
Three pupils were taken to hospital with ‘serious but not life-threatening’ injuries after the incident in Winchester, Hampshire.
Earlier on Thursday a leading statistician warned that hundreds of thousands of people could be unnecessarily told to isolate under the proposals.
Scotland’s First Minister said no more than six people from two households should gather indoors or outside.
Tallulah Allen had begged her parents to homeschool her because she was self-conscious about her limb difference.
Researchers say their study provides information helpful for developing effective treatments and a preventive vaccine.
Portugal’s seven-day rate of coronavirus cases per 100,000 people is 28.3.
Rightmove found 16 locations where the number of sales agreed by estate agents in 2020 so far has already overtaken the total for the whole of 2019.
Anne Sacoolas was charged with causing death by dangerous driving in August last year.
Four people died in the Super Puma L2 ditching off Shetland in 2013, while 14 survived.
Assange is fighting extradition to the US.
Councillors have voted to look into ‘achieving financial and political self-determination’ amid claims of Holyrood centralising power.
The Government has admitted it could break international law with the UK Internal Market Bill, overriding parts of Boris Johnson’s ‘oven ready’ deal.