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The Government has signed deals for 90 million doses of promising Covid-19 vaccines, with more in the pipeline. The latest deal is for vaccines being developed by an alliance between the pharmaceutical giants BioNtech and Pfizer as well as the firm Valneva. This is in addition to 100 million doses of a vaccine being developed […]

Job vacancies have plummeted in recent months because of the Covid-19 crisis, with some areas seeing a fall of 80%, a new study suggests. Jobs site CV-Library said there was a fall of 62% in the three months to June compared to the same quarter last year. Cities worst affected by the drop in vacancies […]

A man has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after a member of hospital staff was stabbed. The Royal Sussex County Hospital in Brighton was put in lockdown following the incident on Sunday morning. The victim, a man aged in his 50s, is in a “life-threatening” condition, according to Sussex Police. A force spokesman […]

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang hit a match-winning brace to beat Manchester City in the FA Cup and Mikel Arteta hopes it can convince the forward to sign a new deal. The Gunners secured a 2-0 victory over holders City to reach a record 21st FA Cup final after Aubameyang struck in either half as Pep Guardiola’s side […]

Thorpe Park kept its doors open to the public on Sunday after saying an attempted stabbing murder on its premises was “very much an isolated incident” The popular rollercoaster and ride resort said: “We feel confident we have the necessary security procedures and measures in place to keep our guests and staff safe.” Park-goers were […]

The UK will ensure the world knows the nature of the “reprehensible behaviour” that Russia is engaged in, according to Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab. It follows accusations that Russia’s intelligence services tried to steal details of research into coronavirus vaccines. Russia’s ambassador to the UK Andrei Kelin rejected the claims and said there was “no […]

Thousands of new school places will be created for children with special educational needs and disabilities in plans to build 35 new special free schools. The new schools, expected from September 2022, will provide children with tailored support and specialist equipment to support their individual needs such as sensory appliances and communication aids, the Government […]

Boris Johnson has played down the prospect of a second coronavirus lockdown, saying he did not want to use it any more than Britain’s Trident nuclear deterrent. The Prime Minister said the authorities were getting better at identifying and isolating local outbreaks, although it was important that the power to order national action was held […]

A Metropolitan Police officer has been suspended and another placed on restricted duties after a video appeared to show one of them kneeling on a man’s neck. he force’s Deputy Commissioner Sir Steve House described the footage as “deeply disturbing” and said some of the techniques, which are “not taught in police training”, caused him […]

Smoking should be banned outside pubs, cafes and bars to make them more family friendly and help high streets recover from lockdown, councils have said. The Local Government Association (LGA), which represents councils in England, is urging peers to support an amendment to the Business and Planning Bill which would make all pavement licences issued […]