August 13, 2020

UK News

A Labour MP has been criticised by a member of his own party for his "dangerous" decision to ignore social distancing guidelines at a Black Lives Matter protest.

Union bosses have described transport in London during the coronavirus outbreak as "fragile" after they were told there will be no Night Tube services until March 2021.

For many black people in Britain, George Floyd's killing is seen as something that could have happened to them or their own father, son, uncle or brother.

Some of the UK's top scientists have cast doubt over the government's quarantine proposals, as Priti Patel is facing calls to publish the science behind the plans.

Donald Trump's former defence secretary, General Jim Mattis, has delivered a scathing assessment of the US president, accusing him of dividing the country and "abusing" his position of authority.

German public prosecutors have said they believe Madeleine McCann is dead and police are treating her disappearance as a murder investigation.

The parents of Madeleine McCann believe the identification of a German suspect is "the most significant development in 13 years".

The parents of Madeleine McCann have said the identification of a German suspect is a "significant development" as "they simply want to know what happened" to their daughter.

Madeleine McCann's family believe the police announcement of a new suspect is "potentially very significant".

Madeleine McCann's family believe the police announcement of a new suspect is "potentially very significant".

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