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Liverpool and Scotland great Ian St John dies aged 82 following illness

Former Liverpool and Scotland striker Ian St John has died at the age of 82. St John made 425 appearances for the Reds and scored 118 goals as a key member of Bill Shankly’s famous side of the 1960s. The Merseyside outfit confirmed St John died on Monday evening following illness. “We are deeply saddened by the passing of a true Anfield legend, Ian St John,” the club said. “The […]

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Weekly Covid deaths fall to lowest level since start of 2021 ONS

The number of weekly registered coronavirus deaths in England and Wales has fallen by more than a quarter to the lowest level since the start of the year, figures show. There were 4,079 deaths registered in the week ending February 19 where Covid-19 was mentioned on the death certificate, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) said.   This is down 28.3% and the lowest number of weekly registered deaths since […]

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Joint bid from UK and Ireland to host 2030 World Cup receives Government backing

A joint bid from England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland to host the 2030 World Cup has received support from the UK Government, with Prime Minister Boris Johnson saying it is the “right time” to “bring football home”. A feasibility study is under way and will continue before the formal bidding process begins next year. In an interview with The Sun, the Prime Minister said: “We are […]

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Government dismisses Euro 2020 host speculation

Suggestions that UEFA is considering staging the rescheduled Euro 2020 solely in England this summer have been dismissed. Downing Street say these claims are “speculation”. The competition was postponed last year amid the coronavirus pandemic but is due to begin on June 11. For the first time, the tournament is set to be played across 12 countries, although the continued travel complications linked to coronavirus have seen some reports claim […]

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Successful COVID-19 vaccination programme expands to over-60s in North Yorkshire and York

The successful rollout of the COVID-19 vaccines across York and North Yorkshire is expanding to include everyone aged over 60 and people with underlying health conditions. The push to protect people from the virus is moving into the next phase following the successful first stage targeting the top four priority groups – those aged 70 and over, care home workers, residents, front-line health and care workers and the clinically extremely […]

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PM UK has very tough regime at borders

Boris Johnson has insisted the UK has “one of the toughest border regimes anywhere in the world” despite the Brazilian coronavirus strain being detected. The Prime Minister claimed the Government “moved as fast as we could” to launch its quarantine hotel policy. Public Health England has identified six UK cases of the concerning P1 variant first detected in the Brazilian city of Manaus – three in England and three in […]

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Family camping on 280ft cliff top had no idea of extreme danger

Two adults and a child who set up a tent on the top of a 280ft cliff had “no idea of the extreme danger they were in”, Coastguards said. Rescue officers from Staithes and Whitby in North Yorkshire were called to an area along the Cleveland Way near Port Mugrave on Saturday lunchtime after a 999 call from a member of the public. As well as the proximity to the […]

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Philip transferred to another hospital for tests on pre existing heart condition

The Duke of Edinburgh has been transferred to a different hospital to undergo testing and observation for a pre-existing heart condition, Buckingham Palace has said. Philip was shielded from public view as he left King Edward VII’s hospital in central London on Monday morning where he had been receiving treatment for an infection. Umbrellas were held up as he made his way into a waiting ambulance, at the rear of […]

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Rail fares increased across Britain despite low demand for travel

Rail commuters have questioned whether fare rises are “justified” as they said the hike will make travelling too expensive. Ticket prices have risen by around 2.6% despite a fall in demand for rail travel during the coronavirus pandemic. Commuters at London Waterloo station on Monday spoke of their “surprise” at the increase, although some said they understood it, given the financial implications of Covid-19. Lydia Frost, 24, who commutes from […]

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