October 26, 2020
Great Yorkshire Radio

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At least 18 people have been killed including teenage students following a suicide bombing at an education centre in Afghanistan.

Eighteen people have been arrested and three police officers injured after anti-lockdown protests in central London.

Lewis Hamilton reflected on the last-lap turnaround that saw him again pip Mercedes team-mate Vatteri Bottas to a Formula 1 pole position, as he spoke glowingly about the respectful "competition" pushing Mercedes on in F1 2020.

Boris Johnson failed to reply to a "personal" letter sent by Marcus Rashford in which the footballer asked the prime minister to join a taskforce he created to help tackle child food poverty.

A £15bn National Renewal Fund targeted at more than 20,000 "growth economy" companies needs to be set up if Britain is to avert an "economic catastrophe" triggered by the coronavirus pandemic, the eminent historian Sir Anthony Seldon warns this weekend.

People in Scotland are being told to "stay at home" for Halloween and not be "tempted" to hold Bonfire Night parties.

The Welsh government has defended its decision to make supermarkets put "non-essential items" behind metal barriers or cover them with plastic sheeting.

Tyson Fury has announced he will fight in London on December 5 and will confirm his opponent "very, very soon".

Inspired by footballer Marcus Rashford’s campaign, businesses across the country have pledged to provide free meals for children from families struggling during the pandemic.

The UK has reported another 174 coronavirus deaths and 23,012 more cases in the latest 24-hour period.

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