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UK sizzles as heatwave grips the country
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Are travellers concerned about changes to quarantine list?
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Sturgeon: ‘Aberdeen players blatantly broke the rules’
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Government’s plan for jobs aims to give public ‘fresh hope’
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Sunak asked whether France could be next on quarantine list
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Video of Trump Saying Kids Are 'Nearly Immune' to COVID-19 Removed From Social Media
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Sunak: ‘We all want to see these crossings reduced’
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The Queen and Prince Philip - An Enduring Royal Romance
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Migrants intercepted as they journey across channel
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Health experts warn U.S. cities of 'trouble ahead'
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British Vogue champions black activism with landmark cover
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PM: 'Too early' to judge Covid-19 economic recovery
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PC Harper family call for mandatory sentences
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PM launches new home building strategy
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PM defends 'world beating' test and trace system
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PM expresses sympathy for those affected by Lebanon blast
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PM will take Tory rape case 'very seriously'
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Bank of England: Uneven recovery will see job losses
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Mayor criticises Government test and trace system
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Jenrick announces controversial planning overhaul
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'Children handle covid very well': Trump defends video blocked by Twitter & FB
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Trump Defends Video Blocked By Twitter & Fb
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Trump defends claim children 'virtually immune' to coronavirus
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Facebook, Twitter pull Trump virus posts
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