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Peter Halcrow, Arthur’s maternal grandfather, said warnings had been issued by the little boy’s other grandparents.
Professor Mark Woolhouse warned pre-departure tests will not make a ‘material difference’ to the spread of the new Covid strain.
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The FDA union lost a judicial review over Boris Johnson’s decision last year to back the Home Secretary after bullying allegations.
The Labour leader urged people who have not taken up the offer to ‘think again’ and get vaccinated.
Boris Johnson says "everybody who knows about drugs crime will tell you" there needs to be more investment in rehab to drive down crime. He argues, however, that the government also "need to come down hard" on county-lines gangs preying on drug addicts and "blighting" people's lives.
Winter showers swept parts of northern Maine overnight into Monday, December 6, as 3-7 inches of snow was expected to accumulate by the morning, according to the National Weather Service (NWS).NWS meteorologist James Sinko shared this footage of the conditions in Castle Hill, Aroostook County, in the early hours of Monday.Strong winds were expected from Monday afternoon into the night, with scattered power outages also possible, the NWS said. Credit: Meteorologist James Sinko via Storyful
Arthur Labinjo-Hughes’ grandmother Madeline Halcrow broke down in tears at a vigil held for the murdered six-year-old on Sunday. The maternal grandmother of the murdered six-year-old was joined by dozens of residents, who had gathered outside the house in Cransmore Road, Solihill, where Arthur was killed. Mr Hughes was jailed for 21 years for manslaughter after encouraging the “evil” killing.
Dr Hans Kluge also said masks should be worn in primary schools.
The United Kingdom saw a record rise in the number of deaths caused by alcohol misuse last year, which public health officials said was linked to the wider social impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. Some 8,974 people died of alcohol-specific causes in 2020, 18.6% more than in 2019 and the largest increase since records began in 2001, Britain's Office for National Statistics said. Previous data from health authorities in England had shown a 21% rise in deaths from alcoholic liver disease last year, when COVID-19 lockdowns closed pubs but led to many heavy drinkers consuming more alcohol at home.
Two mountaineers were rescued on Coire an t-Sneachda after a call-out on Saturday
Banksy has offered to raise millions of pounds to boost a bid to transform a prison which once held Oscar Wilde into an arts centre. Campaigners hope the move will prevent the Grade-II listed HMP Reading from being sold to housing developers. The anonymous street artist hopes to transform the Berkshire prison into a "refuge for art" with a possible £10m from the sale of a stencil used for the artwork he painted on the side of the prison in March.
Allegations of fraud and financial mismanagement have followed the CEO for more nearly a decade
Ceremony returned as a live show for the first time since 2017
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Myanmar's military rulership "pardoned to two years" a four-year jail term it had given earlier in the day to ousted leader Aug San Suu Kyi. The reduction in the sentence came hours after criticism by the EU, the US, and the UN calling the sentencing "politically motivated" and a "blatant violation of human rights".Earlier on Monday, EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell had issued a strong worded statement on behalf of the 27 member states, saying that Suu Kyi's sentence "represents another ste
Remaining contestants will spend almost one more week in the castle
Putin's visit to New Delhi comes amid escalating tensions between Russia and Western nations over Ukraine.View on euronews