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Supporters of the buffer zones would defuse an often intimidating atmosphere for patients; while opponents say it clamps down on their freedom of speech and freedom to protest.
In the letter, Dame Deborah tells her son Hugo and daughter Eloise that they are “my world”
Jurgen Klopp has admitted his Liverpool side were far from their best in their opening-day draw against Fulham. The Reds, who came second in the Premier League last season, were heavy favourites against their newly-promoted opposition but could have easily lost the game."We are used to more dominance and we never could get that because we just played not good enough, not quick enough, not precise enough, all these kinds of things," Klopp said. He also suggested dropping two points is "punishment" for the poor performance.
Speaking on the final day of the Commonwealth Games, sports minister Nigel Huddleston says Birmingham’s showcase has been 'amazing' and sets the city up for a possible future Olympic bid.
Proposal could mean orders placed late at night arrive next day
Actor previously revealed in 2020 that her initial mammogram didn’t detect the illness
The 43-year-old appeared on BBC Radio 4’s Desert Island Discs on Sunday
Erik ten Hag's reign as Manchester United manager got off to a nightmare start as Brighton registered their first ever victory at Old Trafford with a 2-1 win on the opening weekend of the Premier League season.
By Kathleen Nutt
Police in the US state of New Mexico said Saturday they are investigating the murders of three Muslim men that they suspect are related to a fourth homicide from last year.
Many of those in nearby countries ask themselves the same questions – is it time to go back? Is it safe?
Lancashire Fire and Rescue Service would like to hear the public's views on 999 cover proposals for the next three years
A witness has described the "chaos" of the moments after a young girl went missing at a water park, with footage showing panicked members of the public calling out her name in a desperate search. An 11-year-old girl died after she got into difficulty in the water at Liquid Leisure in Windsor, Berkshire, on Saturday afternoon, where she was attending a birthday party. A witness, who asked to remain anonymous, told Sky News of the chaotic moments after it became apparent something serious had happened.
‘Here goes something,’ Isaacs wrote
Electric SUV is also gaining simplified specification packs.
Boxer branded video platform ‘the streaming version of the slave master’
Restrictions came into effect on Saturday after officials confirmed 129 cases of Covid
The British pound was little changed against the dollar and euro on Monday as traders digested last week's Bank of England (BoE) decision and turned their focus to growth figures due on Friday that should give clues on the state of the economy. The data, expected to show a contraction during the quarter, will be released a week after the Bank of England (BoE) said it expects the United Kingdom to enter a recession in the fourth quarter this year and not emerge until 2024. The central bank's outlook was coupled with a half-point interest rate rise to 1.75%, a large increase by the BoE's standards but lower than those of some other global central banks, including the Federal Reserve and Bank of Canada.
A family enjoying a Saturday afternoon paddle in a London river had a shock - when they found a large cache of dumped firearms.
The heatwave is expected to roll over into next week amid an unusually dry August