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Funeral held for mother and sons who died from coronavirus over five days

Funeral held for mother and sons who died from coronavirus over five days

Funeral held for mother and sons who died from coronavirus over five days

19 November 2020

Mourners paid tribute to Gladys Lewis, 74, and her sons Dean, 44, and Darren, 42, at the service in Pentre, South Wales.


UK-EU trade talks suffer setback after negotiator tests positive for Covid-19

UK-EU trade talks suffer setback after negotiator tests positive for Covid-19

UK-EU trade talks suffer setback after negotiator tests positive for Covid-19

19 November 2020

Time is running out for a deal to be reached before the post-Brexit transition period expires at the end of the year.


Rebekah Vardy ‘faced abuse and ridicule’ including Madeleine McCann claims

Rebekah Vardy ‘faced abuse and ridicule’ including Madeleine McCann claims

Rebekah Vardy ‘faced abuse and ridicule’ including Madeleine McCann claims

19 November 2020

Coleen Rooney denied liability for the abuse Mrs Vardy received from third parties.


Rees-Mogg compares Government’s scramble for PPE with calling emergency plumber

Rees-Mogg compares Government’s scramble for PPE with calling emergency plumber

Rees-Mogg compares Government’s scramble for PPE with calling emergency plumber

19 November 2020

The National Audit Office criticised the way normal standards of transparency were set aside.


Vaccine boss suggests ‘return to normal life’ by second half of 2021

Vaccine boss suggests ‘return to normal life’ by second half of 2021

Vaccine boss suggests ‘return to normal life’ by second half of 2021

19 November 2020

Albert Bourla, chief executive of pharmaceutical company Pfizer, said there was ‘light at the end of the tunnel’.


Reports Patel to receive warning over bullying allegations ‘serious’ – Labour

Reports Patel to receive warning over bullying allegations ‘serious’ – Labour

Reports Patel to receive warning over bullying allegations ‘serious’ – Labour

19 November 2020

Shadow home secretary Nick Thomas-Symonds said the reports are ‘incredibly serious’.


Infectiousness peaks early in Covid-19 patients, study suggests

Infectiousness peaks early in Covid-19 patients, study suggests

Infectiousness peaks early in Covid-19 patients, study suggests

19 November 2020

Researchers found that people with the virus are mostly likely to be highly infectious for five days after symptom onset.


Family issues warning over carbon monoxide after near-tragedy

Family issues warning over carbon monoxide after near-tragedy

Family issues warning over carbon monoxide after near-tragedy

19 November 2020

The Warwickshire family’s house had filled with deadly gas leaking from a broken boiler flue.


Arthritis drug ‘effective in treating critically ill Covid-19 patients’

Arthritis drug ‘effective in treating critically ill Covid-19 patients’

Arthritis drug ‘effective in treating critically ill Covid-19 patients’

19 November 2020

Tocilizumab has been shown to be effective in treating patients in ICU with severe Covid-19.


Sports arena could host one of UK’s first mass Covid vaccination centres

Sports arena could host one of UK’s first mass Covid vaccination centres

Sports arena could host one of UK’s first mass Covid vaccination centres

19 November 2020

Talks are under way to use Derby Arena and Leicestershire council offices as national vaccine rollout plans gather pace.


Christmas gathering plan could be revealed next week, Sturgeon tells MSPs

Christmas gathering plan could be revealed next week, Sturgeon tells MSPs

Christmas gathering plan could be revealed next week, Sturgeon tells MSPs

19 November 2020

Chief medical officers from all four UK nations have been tasked with developing a ‘concrete’ proposal, Scotland’s First Minister said.


PM sets out £16.5bn of defence spending as space command and AI agency planned

PM sets out £16.5bn of defence spending as space command and AI agency planned

PM sets out £16.5bn of defence spending as space command and AI agency planned

19 November 2020

Boris Johnson said the extra funds are needed to modernise the UK’s capabilities and end an ‘era of retreat’.


Rob McElhenney donates £6,000 to disabled Wrexham fan’s bathroom fundraiser

Rob McElhenney donates £6,000 to disabled Wrexham fan’s bathroom fundraiser

Rob McElhenney donates £6,000 to disabled Wrexham fan’s bathroom fundraiser

19 November 2020

Aiden Stott has been a lifelong fan of the club.


Local travel restrictions among beefed-up measures being considered by Executive

Local travel restrictions among beefed-up measures being considered by Executive

Local travel restrictions among beefed-up measures being considered by Executive

19 November 2020

Health minister Robin Swann warned a failure to act would mean even a full lockdown in mid-December would not stop hospitals being overwhelmed.


TV watchdog will follow Diana Panorama interview investigation ‘closely’

TV watchdog will follow Diana Panorama interview investigation ‘closely’

TV watchdog will follow Diana Panorama interview investigation ‘closely’

19 November 2020

The BBC has appointed a retired judge to lead an investigation.


Government’s care home Covid response ‘devastating policy failure’, court told

Government’s care home Covid response ‘devastating policy failure’, court told

Government’s care home Covid response ‘devastating policy failure’, court told

19 November 2020

Dr Cathy Gardner is pursuing a legal challenge over measures taken in relation to care homes during the coronavirus pandemic.


UK on cusp of trade deal with Canada

UK on cusp of trade deal with Canada

UK on cusp of trade deal with Canada

19 November 2020

The Government is also seeking deals with Australia, New Zealand, the US and the EU before the end of the year.


UK debt could reach 105% of GDP due to Covid spending, Treasury mandarin says

UK debt could reach 105% of GDP due to Covid spending, Treasury mandarin says

UK debt could reach 105% of GDP due to Covid spending, Treasury mandarin says

19 November 2020

The Government has spent billions of pounds supporting employees and businesses through the pandemic.


Tech giants join Government and experts to tackle misinformation on virus

Tech giants join Government and experts to tackle misinformation on virus

Tech giants join Government and experts to tackle misinformation on virus

19 November 2020

Campaigners warn bad information could ‘undermine trust in medicine when it matters most’.


Four in 10 contacts still not being reached through Test and Trace

Four in 10 contacts still not being reached through Test and Trace

Four in 10 contacts still not being reached through Test and Trace

19 November 2020

Figures also show a record 167,369 people tested positive for Covid-19 in England in the most recent week.


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