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Sunak told not to ‘grind frontline workers down’ with public sector pay freeze

Sunak told not to ‘grind frontline workers down’ with public sector pay freeze

Sunak told not to ‘grind frontline workers down’ with public sector pay freeze

23 November 2020

The politician has said it is “entirely reasonable” to consider pay policy in an economy ravaged by the coronavirus pandemic.


Hyundai and Ineos to co-operate on driving hydrogen economy forward

Hyundai and Ineos to co-operate on driving hydrogen economy forward

Hyundai and Ineos to co-operate on driving hydrogen economy forward

23 November 2020

An agreement includes evaluating Hyundai’s proprietary fuel cell system for the recently announced Ineos Grenadier 4×4 vehicle.


Johnson to pledge major testing scheme for Tier 3 areas

Johnson to pledge major testing scheme for Tier 3 areas

Johnson to pledge major testing scheme for Tier 3 areas

22 November 2020

He will detail his plans, including the testing scheme which is an extension of the pilot seen in Liverpool, to the House of Commons on Monday.


Food and drink industry criticises online junk food advert ban proposals

Food and drink industry criticises online junk food advert ban proposals

Food and drink industry criticises online junk food advert ban proposals

22 November 2020

A letter to the PM said the industry had a shared ambition to ‘drive a step change in obesity rates’ but called for a consultation extension.


William and Kate’s heartache after death of their dog Lupo

William and Kate’s heartache after death of their dog Lupo

William and Kate’s heartache after death of their dog Lupo

22 November 2020

Black cocker spaniel Lupo was a wedding present from Kate’s brother James.


Murder investigation launched after Kensal Green stabbing

Murder investigation launched after Kensal Green stabbing

Murder investigation launched after Kensal Green stabbing

22 November 2020

A 50-year-old man has been arrested after a man was killed in north-west London on Sunday afternoon.


Limited household mixing to be permitted across UK for Christmas

Limited household mixing to be permitted across UK for Christmas

Limited household mixing to be permitted across UK for Christmas

22 November 2020

Cabinet Office minister Michael Gove met with leaders of the devolved administrations over the weekend.


Search called off in hunt for missing fishermen

Search called off in hunt for missing fishermen

Search called off in hunt for missing fishermen

22 November 2020

HM Coastguard said the search for the two men had been called off at 2.30pm on Sunday.


Campaigners launch action claiming Government handed top Covid jobs to ‘cronies’

Campaigners launch action claiming Government handed top Covid jobs to ‘cronies’

Campaigners launch action claiming Government handed top Covid jobs to ‘cronies’

22 November 2020

They also said the Government breached equality obligations for public sector appointments.


At least £10 billion needed to clear treatment backlog in NHS, union warns

At least £10 billion needed to clear treatment backlog in NHS, union warns

At least £10 billion needed to clear treatment backlog in NHS, union warns

22 November 2020

The British Medical Association is calling for many billions to cut record waiting lists caused by the pandemic and upgrade the heath service.


Four teenagers in custody after ‘stabbing incident’ in Cardiff city centre

Four teenagers in custody after ‘stabbing incident’ in Cardiff city centre

Four teenagers in custody after ‘stabbing incident’ in Cardiff city centre

22 November 2020

South Wales Police have been granted special powers to force people or groups to leave the area.


UK will be doing well to have winter death toll like bad flu season, says expert

UK will be doing well to have winter death toll like bad flu season, says expert

UK will be doing well to have winter death toll like bad flu season, says expert

22 November 2020

Professor Sir David Spiegelhalter has warned there will be tens of thousands of coronavirus deaths without more stringent restrictions.


Rescue teams and fishing boats resume search for missing crew of sunken vessel

Rescue teams and fishing boats resume search for missing crew of sunken vessel

Rescue teams and fishing boats resume search for missing crew of sunken vessel

22 November 2020

The Joanna C sank off the coast of East Sussex on Saturday morning and only one of the three crew members has been found.


PM faces threat of Tory revolt over stricter tier system after lockdown

PM faces threat of Tory revolt over stricter tier system after lockdown

PM faces threat of Tory revolt over stricter tier system after lockdown

22 November 2020

A letter said to be signed by 70 Conservative MPs has warned Boris Johnson he will need to provide a cost-benefit analysis for the move in England.


Rainbow mural of Churchill in stockings and suspenders allowed to stay in place

Rainbow mural of Churchill in stockings and suspenders allowed to stay in place

Rainbow mural of Churchill in stockings and suspenders allowed to stay in place

22 November 2020

The mural had been the subject of a complaint over the wartime prime minister’s hand gesture.


Parties unite to call for Pat Finucane killing public inquiry

Parties unite to call for Pat Finucane killing public inquiry

Parties unite to call for Pat Finucane killing public inquiry

22 November 2020

The Belfast solicitor was shot by loyalist paramilitaries in front of his family in 1989 amid claims of collusion with state security forces.


Woman seriously injured in gas explosion

Woman seriously injured in gas explosion

Woman seriously injured in gas explosion

22 November 2020

Two people were taken to hospital, with a 43-year-old man discharged following treatment and a 39-year-old woman suffering serious injuries.


Four arrested after ‘stabbing incident’ in Cardiff city centre

Four arrested after ‘stabbing incident’ in Cardiff city centre

Four arrested after ‘stabbing incident’ in Cardiff city centre

22 November 2020

Six people were injured in a ‘large disturbance’ on Saturday night, South Wales Police said.


Appoint minister to oversee vaccine deployment, says Labour

Appoint minister to oversee vaccine deployment, says Labour

Appoint minister to oversee vaccine deployment, says Labour

22 November 2020

Shadow health secretary Jonathan Ashworth said a ‘Herculean effort’ is needed in rolling out the vaccine.


UK must show true leadership in tackling climate emergency, says Davey

UK must show true leadership in tackling climate emergency, says Davey

UK must show true leadership in tackling climate emergency, says Davey

22 November 2020

The Liberal Democrat leader said the Conservatives had wasted opportunities on climate ambitions.


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