SON earnings call for the period ending September 27, 2020.
Footage of incident shows woman silently picking bottles off shelves and throwing them onto shop floor
Ben Hunte said he had reported the matter to police.
Presidential election in swing states is probably closer than the polls indicate, says filmmaker
Germany, once a beacon of hope in Europe's coronavirus nightmare, logged its one millionth case on Friday, as Russia announced a partnership with India to mass produce its controversial Sputnik vaccine.
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London aviation chiefs are in a race against time to secure an air corridor to New York amid growing fears that the incoming Biden team will favour Dublin. New York to London is the busiest intercontinental route with huge importance for the financial services sector of the City and other service industries based in the capital.
The quizzer explained that the Chasers get paid by the performance.
Chinese fishing plant in Torres Strait raises alarm for Australian industry and islandersProcessing plant on a Papua New Guinean island may bring more commercial pressure on fisheries in areas where regulation is uncertain
Nicola Sturgeon has been accused of recklessness after she said a second independence referendum should be held in “the earlier part of the next parliament” despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Speaking ahead of the SNP conference, which begins tomorrow, the First Minister said that while her full focus remains on dealing with Covid-19, there are a “variety of reasons” for a referendum in the near future. She refused to rule out a referendum taking place next year, despite UK Government ministers repeatedly saying they would refuse to allow a repeat of the 2014 vote, hailed at the time by the SNP as a “once in a generation” event, to take place. Ms Sturgeon said: “As we come out of the pandemic, and this will be true for all countries, but there are particular aspects of this in Scotland’s case, there are questions all of us have to ask,” she said. “What kind of countries, societies do we want to be as we emerge from the pandemic?” Ian Blackford, the SNP’s Westminster leader, has claimed a referendum will take place next year. Asked whether she endorsed that timetable, Ms Sturgeon said she had not ruled it in or out. However, even if the UK Government did agree to another referendum, it would be highly unlikely that a vote could take place next year.
Moderna and Pfizer announced their potential vaccines had been tested to 94.5 per cent and 95 per cent efficacy respectively
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Boris Johnson has warned of a “new year national lockdown” if coronavirus restrictions are not enforced over the winter months. On Thursday it was announced that London would be placed under Tier 2 restrictions, which will allow for a limited reopening of hospitality and other businesses.
Coronavirus infections across the UK appear to have dropped significantly, according to the government's daily data. It comes despite Wednesday's government figures showing the UK had recorded 696 deaths and a further 18,213 cases - the highest daily total for fatalities since 5 May. Earlier, it emerged that 99% of the population in England will be living under the toughest two tiers when a new system of restrictions is introduced next week.
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Mayors responsible for two of England's biggest cities respond to news that their areas will be under Tier 3 coronavirus restrictions from December 2. Marvin Rees is the mayor of Bristol, while Andy Street is West Midlands mayor.
The panel concluded that Pc Read breached professional standards of honesty and integrity and that this amounted to gross misconduct.
Alan Ball has admitted he finds it “hard to watch” his Oscar-winning film American Beauty because of its star, Kevin Spacey.
A half dose followed by a full dose was found to be 90% effective in one group, but the efficacy was 62% for people given two full doses.
34 million worse off than before lockdown Government could face 'tough choices' over Oxford vaccine Virus hunters: WHO unveils team to trace Covid origins Trump claims US will begin delivering vaccines 'next week' Whitty warns no hugs for elderly relatives this Christmas Which tier am I in? Use our postcode checker Subscribe today for a one-month free trial The Covid-19 epidemic in Britain is thought to be shrinking slightly with the reproduction "R" number estimated to be below 1 after three weeks of national lockdown in England, UK government scientists said on Friday. The number of new infections is shrinking by between 0 per cent and 2 per cent every day, the UK Government Office for Science said, after it was estimated to be growing between 0 per cent and 2 per cent in last week's release. The R number was estimated to be between 0.9 and 1, meaning every 10 people infected will go on to infect between 9 and 10 people, down from last week's range of 1.0-1.1. These estimates are based on the latest data available up to November 24, which means, dues to lags in epidemic processes, the impact of national restrictions introduced in England on November 5 are only beginning to be observed this week. The estimates R-value is the lowest in the North West, where it appears to be between 0.7 to 0.9, with the number of new infections shrinking between 2 per cent and 5 per cent. This is followed by the North East and Yorkshire, which has an R-value between 0.8 and 1.0. London's R-value stands between 1.0 and 1.1, with hints that the number of new infections could be growing by as much as 2 per cent. Only the South East appears to be higher with an R-number of 1.0 to 1.2. Follow the latest updates below.
Rishi Sunak may have to find savings totalling £40bn by time of the next election