October 26, 2020

UK News

At the indoor market in Pontypridd there's a sense of déjà vu.

At the indoor market in Pontypridd there's a sense of déjà vu.

Labour is claiming emergency stocks of some vital COVID-related drugs are running out ahead of a second wave of the pandemic.

Falling rates of COVID-19 among students could be masking an underlying epidemic, research by Sky News has revealed.

Chancellor Rishi Sunak has been banned from a pub in his constituency for voting against an extension of free school meals.

Allowing an "uncontrolled epidemic" in young people - while subjecting the over-60s to strict coronavirus restrictions - would have "dire consequences for the NHS", the government's scientific advisers have warned.

An elderly woman was burgled while she was dying in her bed by people who pretended they were calling an ambulance, police say.

Another 20,530 people have tested positive for COVID-19 in the UK, according to the latest government data.

Wales is going into a short national lockdown, known as a "firebreak", but the devolved government is facing criticism for a last-minute change banning shops allowed to stay open from selling some items.

The steaks were high in the European Parliament as it decided meatless and plant-based products can still be called sausages, burgers and other words traditionally associated with meat.

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