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Four men jailed for the manslaughter of 39 migrants

Four people smugglers have been jailed for between 13 and 27 years after 39 migrants died inside the back of a lorry. The victims, Vietnamese men, woman and children, had hoped for a better life in Britain when they agreed to pay up to £13,000 a head for a “VIP” smuggling service - But they suffered an “excruciating” death in an airtight trailer. On October 22 2019, they were crammed into […]

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James Bond film No Time To Die delayed again

James Bond film No Time To Die has been delayed again as Hollywood grapples with the continued disruption caused by the pandemic. Daniel Craig’s final outing as 007 will now arrive on October 8, the official Bond Twitter account announced. It had been set to be released in April this year following multiple pandemic-enforced delays. No Time To Die is the latest major release to be pushed back as Hollywood […]

todayJanuary 22, 2021 2

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Jurgen Klopp admits Liverpool lack confidence after unbeaten home run is ended

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp admits player confidence is an issue as a seven-hour goal drought contributed to the 1-0 defeat by Burnley which ended an unbeaten home league run stretching back to April 2017. Ashley Barnes’s 83rd-minute penalty was his 100th senior club career goal and he became the first Burnley player to score an away league goal since October 3.   For Liverpool, whose 68-match unbeaten run at home […]

todayJanuary 22, 2021 4

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500 payment to everyone who tests positive being considered minister

Ministers are considering paying £500 to everyone who tests positive for coronavirus to increase the number of people abiding by quarantine rules, a Cabinet member has confirmed. Environment Secretary George Eustice stressed the need for people to comply with the isolation rules when contacted by NHS Test and Trace amid concerns of low compliance.   Scientists welcomed the suggestion but Treasury sources were adamant the plan will not go ahead, […]

todayJanuary 22, 2021 2

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MP backs unified North Yorkshire devolution bid to rebuild future

A strong and unified North Yorkshire Council in partnership with the City of York under a directly elected mayor is the best chance of rebuilding “our bruised communities” according to Scarborough and Whitby MP Robert Goodwill. In an open letter published this week, Robert Goodwill stated that following the coronavirus pandemic there was a need to push ahead with devolution for the region and that an elected mayor for York […]

todayJanuary 21, 2021 5

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Rural communities in Yorkshire to celebrate 100 years of village halls

Village Halls Week 2021 will recognise the contribution England’s 10,000+ halls have made to rural communities since the 1920s. The national campaign week - now in its fourth year – is set to take place 25 to 29 January and will feature online events, videos, podcasts, and blogs showcasing the history of village halls and the benefits they have derived for rural communities over the years. The initiative is being […]

todayJanuary 21, 2021 2

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Isolation after contact with Covid 19 case could be cut to seven days study

Self-isolation time after contact with a confirmed coronavirus case could potentially be reduced to seven days without raising the risk of onward transmission, a new study suggests. The research, which accounts for infected people’s potential viral load and the sensitivity of Covid-19 tests, estimates people who test negative after seven days of quarantine are unlikely to be infectious.   Researchers say these people could potentially be released without raising the […]

todayJanuary 21, 2021 2

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Cristiano Ronaldo becomes all time leading scorer with 760th career goal

Cristiano Ronaldo was recognised as football’s all-time leading goalscorer after firing Juventus to Italian Super Cup glory against Napoli. Portugal international Ronaldo registered the 760th strike of a remarkable career in the 64th minute to help reigning Serie A champions Juve claim the trophy with a 2-0 win. The 35-year-old former Manchester United and Real Madrid forward moved one goal ahead of Czech player Josef Bican, who officially managed 759 […]

todayJanuary 21, 2021 2

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PM warns more lives will be lost as UK records deadliest day of pandemic

More people will lose their lives in the coronavirus outbreak, Boris Johnson has warned, after the UK saw its deadliest day in the pandemic. Official figures showed that January 12 saw the highest number of deaths take place on a single day – with 1,110 Covid-19 fatalities, surpassing the previous peak of 1,073 on April 8, 2020.   The Prime Minister described the figures as “appalling” and warned “there will […]

todayJanuary 21, 2021 2

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Pubs should stay shut until May due to Covid fears scientists suggest

Experts are warning reopening society too quickly could have a “disastrous” effect. Bars and restaurants should stay shut until May, researchers have suggested as Boris Johnson acknowledged it was “too early to say” when lockdown measures could be eased.As 1,290 further deaths were reported, experts modelling the pandemic suggested there could be a huge surge in cases if restrictions were lifted too early. With the NHS vaccinating at a rate […]

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