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27 August 2020
The Office for Nuclear Regulation has also given site operator EDF Energy permission for Reactor 3 to return to service for approximately six months.
Analysis shows there is likely to be a drop of 0.5% in the live birth rate following IVF treatment.
A large crane could be seen in the grey skies above the Gwrych Castle in Abergele.
The mass cash payouts will apply to certain ‘must be won’ draws after the jackpot rolls over five times and no-one matches all six main numbers.
Temperatures are expected to be a little below average for the time of year.
The BBC decided to strip lyrics from traditional Last Night of the Proms favourites such as Land Of Hope And Glory.
Pizza Hut, Bill’s and Pizza Pilgrims are among restaurants to say they will continue with the 50% discount next month.
Which? wants regulator Ofcom to review whether mobile providers are truly treating their customers fairly when it comes to mobile contracts.
Bilal Safi, Mohammed Ebrar Safi, and Mohammed Yaseen Safi were taken from their home in Coulsdon last Thursday.
Guide Dogs has been working with a number of youngsters to help them return to school.
The Financial Services Compensation Scheme has paid out another £6.5 million in the last month
The research suggests a key similarity between the two situations was the failure to learn from comparable events overseas.
Multiple migrant boats are believed to have crossed the English Channel following many days of bad weather caused by Storm Francis.
The Instagram account was inspired by a similar online project called ‘Humans of New York’.
Demonstrations are encouraged locally to avoid unnecessary use of transport.
Camels, penguins, squirrel monkeys and spiders were among those having their height and weight recorded at ZSL London Zoo.
Abdelbaset al-Megrahi was found guilty of mass murder after the atrocity in December 1988, which killed 270 people.
Dorjan Cera was sentenced at the Old Bailey to seven years and eight months’ detention over the collision in Orpington, south-east London, in October.
Dean Morrice, 33, will appear in court accused of terror and explosive offences following a police raid in Somerset.
The National Police Chiefs’ Council data shows all but one of the offending passengers was male.