October 26, 2020

UK News

A man and his teenage girlfriend have been found guilty of murdering an Irish dancer after poisoning him with a drug called "Devil's breath".

At least 100 organisations have offered to supply free school meals during half term, inspired by footballer Marcus Rashford's campaign to end child food poverty.

At least 100 organisations have offered to supply free schol meals during half term, inspired by footballer Marcus Rashford's campaign to end child food poverty.

Australia is slowly beginning to remove a cap on its citizens and permanent residents returning to the country, as it looks to ease COVID travel restrictions.

Nicola Sturgeon has revealed the Scottish alternative to Boris Johnson's tiered system of coronavirus restrictions.

Nicola Sturgeon has revealed the Scottish alternative to Boris Johnson's tiered system of coronavirus restrictions.

Nicola Sturgeon has revealed the Scottish alternative to Boris Johnson's tiered system of coronavirus restrictions.

A deal on putting Warrington into Tier 3 has been agreed, council leaders have told Sky News.

Russia has blamed toxic algae for the mass death of marine life in a remote volcanic area of northeastern Russia, rather than it being a man-made disaster.

A senior intensive care consultant in Wales has told Sky News the country's hospitals are in danger of being overwhelmed by the second wave of coronavirus - as the nation enters a 17-day "firebreak" lockdown.

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