Brandon Lewis makes his first visit to Belfast as Northern Ireland secretary

Brandon Lewis makes his first visit to Belfast as Northern Ireland secretary

New Secretary of State for Northern Ireland Brandon Lewis made his first visit to the region. At Queen's University Belfast, Mr Lewis paid tribute to his predecessor, saying he wanted to build on promises made by Julian Smith.
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UK round-up as public clap for key workers during coronavirus pandemic

Scenes from around the UK as the public turned out for a third consecutive Thursday night for a nationwide round of applause in recognition of key workers during the coronavirus pandemic. Westminster Bridge was lined with clapping Metropolitan Po...
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New Netflix trailer for dating show Too Hot to Handle

New Netflix trailer for dating show Too Hot to Handle

Netflix has released a new trailer for its new dating series 'Too Hot to Handle'. The show features ten single people who are now allowed to kiss or have any other sexual physical contact.
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Four-year-old cancer patient on the road to recovery after contracting Covid-19

Four-year-old Archie Wilks is said to be on the road to recovery after he was diagnosed with Covid-19. Archie has a rare form of cancer and was diagnosed with coronavirus while undergoing treatment at Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge.
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Coronavirus: How has sport been affected?

Coronavirus: How has sport been affected?

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Public urged to stay home despite warm weather

Public urged to stay home despite warm weather

Ministers urge members of the public to stay at home during the Easter weekend as the country is set to enjoy warm weather over the bank holiday. The plea comes as Boris Johnson is said to be on the road to recovery after three nights in intensiv...
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Brexit briefing: 265 days until the end of the transition period

Brexit briefing: 265 days until the end of the transition period

The UK left the European Union on January 31. Here we look at the latest figures and key dates in the ongoing Brexit process.
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50 years to the day since The Beatles split

50 years to the day since The Beatles split

April 10, 1970, marks 50 years to the day since The Beatles split as a band. Beatlemania took the UK and the world by storm, with the Fab Four enjoying global fame in the sixties on a scale that had never been seen before. But April 10, 1970 mark...
Police release footage as officers face coughing and spitting during arrests

Police release footage as officers face coughing and spitting during arrests

Three men have been jailed for coughing, spitting or threatening to infect people, including police officers, with coronavirus. West Midlands Police released audio and video footage of officers being threatened during arrests, and said they were ...
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NHS worker on how 'emotional' Clap For Carers left him feeling 'amazing'

NHS worker on how 'emotional' Clap For Carers left him feeling 'amazing'

Dr Ron Daniels, an intensive care consultant at Birmingham Hospital, describes the emotional first thing he heard the Clap For Carers. The country have united three Thursdays in a row to show their support for frontline workers helping the public ...
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London emergency services clap for NHS

London emergency services clap for NHS

The London Fire Brigade, Metropolitan Police and RNLI join together to applaud the NHS during the national clap on Westminster Bridge. The police were joined on the river by LFB boats spraying hoses and the RNLI who wanted to show their appreciat...
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Social distancing message created in Primrose Hill

Social distancing message created in Primrose Hill

Primrose Hill in North London, is almost 63 metres above sea level, offering one of the best panoramic views of the London skyline. In a bid to deter picnickers, sunbathers and group gatherings this weekend, The Royal Parks charity which manages P...
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Phil Taylor and Raymond Van Barneveld roll back the years in Darts From Home

Phil Taylor and Raymond Van Barneveld roll back the years in Darts From Home

Phil Taylor and Raymond Van Barneveld take each other on from their own homes as the former world champions join forces with Paddy Power to raise money for NHS charity Heroes. In a rematch of their 2007 World Championship classic, the pair played ...
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Prime Minister Boris Johnson out of intensive care

Prime Minister Boris Johnson out of intensive care

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been moved from intensive care back to the ward at St Thomas' Hospital, Downing Street said.
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No mass Easter getaway but some still head to tourist resorts

No mass Easter getaway but some still head to tourist resorts

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NHS workers put family lives on hold while they tackle virus

NHS workers put family lives on hold while they tackle virus

Some NHS workers are sending their children to live with relatives in a bid to protect their loved ones from Covid-19. Staff caring for Covid-19 patients on the front line are fearful of catching the coronavirus themselves and potentially passing...
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Coronavirus in numbers: UK death toll continues to rise

Coronavirus in numbers: UK death toll continues to rise

A total of 7,978 patients have died in hospital after testing positive for coronavirus in the UK as of 5pm on Wednesday, the Department of Health said.
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Chief scientific adviser: First signs of hospital admissions numbers levelling off

Chief scientific adviser: First signs of hospital admissions numbers levelling off

Sir Patrick Valance says the curve is beginning to flatten but its to early to tell if the UK has reaches the peak of it coronavirus cases.
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Dominic Raab: Prime Minister continues to make positive steps forward

Dominic Raab: Prime Minister continues to make positive steps forward

A total of 7,978 patients have died in hospital after testing positive for coronavirus in the UK as of 5pm on Wednesday, Dominic Raab has said. Mr Raab also added that the Prime Minister is 'in good spirits' but still in intensive care.
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Federer on Wimbledon: We must come together by staying apart

Federer on Wimbledon: We must come together by staying apart

Eight-time Wimbledon champion Roger Federer has addressed tennis fans across the globe, asking them to cheer for new champions this summer.
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Hull residents enjoy socially distanced disco

Hull residents enjoy socially distanced disco

Hull entertainer Andy Train leads the residents of Marne Street, Hull, in some socially distanced dancing as they look to lighten the mood of the coronavirus lock down. Mr Train performs around the city under the name Sasha's Disco
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British Airways flies medical equipment to UK

British Airways flies medical equipment to UK

A British Airways aircraft loaded with vital medical supplies from China is on its way back to London Heathrow. Captain Robert Kendall is heading a flight crew operating the Boeing 777, which is loaded with ventilators as well as personal protect...
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Actors in lockdown perform Shakespeare to cheer up neighbours

Actors in lockdown perform Shakespeare to cheer up neighbours

Quarantined actors performed Romeo and Juliet from their windows to cheer up their neighbours during coronavirus lockdown. Actors Che Walker and Ruth Gibson played the star-crossed lovers in the balcony scene to a socially-distanced crowd of thei...
Nicola Sturgeon: No likelihood of measures being lifted after Easter weekend

Nicola Sturgeon: No likelihood of measures being lifted after Easter weekend

Speaking during the first virtual meeting of the Scottish Parliament, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon said: "There is no likelihood or prospect of these measures being lifted after the Easter weekend."
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