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image copyrightMet Police image captionJaden Christie died of stab wounds in Stockwell Road, Lambeth A man who was stabbed to death in south London has been named as Jaden Christie. The 20-year-old died at the scene in Stockwell Road, Lambeth, just before 15:00 BST on Tuesday. A 22-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of […]

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Klopp defends Liverpool’s lack of transfer activity Manager Jurgen Klopp says Liverpool are a “different club” to some rivals in the transfer window as they are “not owned by countries or oligarchs”. The Premier League champions have only signed Kostas Tsimikas for £11.7m, while Chelsea have spent about £200m. Klopp says “uncertainty” created by Covid-19 […]

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Image copyright Reuters Prioritising coronavirus testing in high-risk areas has led to shortages in other places, leading to some people with symptoms being asked to drive more than 100 miles for a swab. The government says areas with fewer Covid-19 cases have had their testing capacity reduced to cope with outbreaks elsewhere. But public health […]

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Image copyright Transport for London Image caption From 1 September dedicated school buses will be introduced on the busiest school routes. Commuters will only be able to board every other bus on some rush-hour routes in London to give school pupils priority, it has been announced. From 1 September, Transport for London (TfL) will add […]

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Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Nearly three-quarters of respondents said they support the recent Black Lives Matter protests Two-thirds of black and minority ethnic people feel there is bias against them within police forces, a survey has found. Four out of five respondents of black and Bangladeshi heritage felt there was bias, and about […]

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Image copyright PA Media Image caption Stonehaven in Aberdeenshire saw flooding overnight Warnings of thunderstorms are in place across swathes of the UK after some areas saw the longest stretch of high temperatures since the 1960s. Yellow storm warnings have been issued for much of England, Wales, parts of Northern Ireland and south-west Scotland. There […]

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There has been a surge of interest in moving to the country due to city dwellers’ priorities changing during the coronavirus lockdown, estate agents have said. People are looking for more outdoor space, and may have more flexibility to work from home, Rightmove said. Across the UK, enquiries about buying a home in a village […]

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Image caption Ranae James, now a graphic designer, was excluded dozens of time during a tough period Black pupils are disproportionately hit with fixed-term exclusions in England – by three times as many in some places, data shows. Pupils with black ethnicity have higher temporary exclusion rates in two-thirds of local authority areas, new analysis […]

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Image caption Ailsa gives talks in schools encouraging children to widen their ambitions For Ailsa, the big “should I stay or should I go?” decision came at a Gateshead bus stop. “I thought ‘this is not for me,’” she said, thinking about a future of insecure jobs in a time and place where “industry was […]

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Boris Johnson has suggested Parliament could move to York while the Palace of Westminster undergoes renovation. In a letter, the prime minister said the government was considering establishing a hub in the northern city and “it would therefore make sense to consider this as a potential location”. Plans to move MPs out of Westminster are […]

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