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1st June 2020
Coronavirus: Elderly and most vulnerable 'shielders' can see loved ones from Monday

The elderly and most vulnerable who have been "shielding" from coronavirus will be able to see loved ones such as children and grandchildren from Monday.

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1st June 2020
'Racism is real virus': Protesters ignore COVID risk as 11 held in London rally against racial violence

Thousands of people gathered in central London on Sunday as the protests in American cities spread to the UK.

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1st June 2020
Coronavirus: Shielding group still uneasy about COVID-19 threat

Some of those people most vulnerable to the coronavirus have said they are reluctant to venture beyond their own properties, despite being told they can do so safely from Monday.

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1st June 2020
Plastic Nile: Three-quarters of fish studied contain microplastics in world's longest river

Sky News has carried out the first ever scientific research into plastic pollution in the River Nile - and discovered that a staggering three-quarters of the fish analysed contained microplastics.

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1st June 2020
Coronavirus: Formula One given go-ahead at Silverstone as quarantine exemption made for international teams

Two Formula One races will go ahead at Silverstone this summer, with teams being given an exemption from the 14-day quarantine period for international arrivals. 

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31st May 2020
Man dies and two rescued after boat sinks off Lancashire coast at Fleetwood

A man has died and two others were rescued after a boat sank off the coast at Fleetwood.

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31st May 2020
Coronavirus: 'We can't just stay in lockdown forever,' says Raab as rules relaxed

The UK "can't just stay in lockdown forever", Dominic Raab has told Sky News as he defended a gradual easing of the coronavirus rules despite concerns raised by some government scientific advisers.

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31st May 2020
Plastic Nile: Pulling up plastic from world's longest river is horribly, frighteningly easy

Fresh off a plane and sleep-deprived is probably not the perfect preparation to see a beach ball of plastic being cut out of the stomach of a conscious calf. But then I'm not sure what would prepare me.

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31st May 2020
Coastguard paged for inflatable dinghy in Barry Dock

Barry Coastguard were paged to The Old Dock in Barry this evening, to find two males in an inflatable dinghy. The callout was recieved at 17:34hrs on Sunday. Once on the scene, Coastguard volunteers requested the two males in the dinghy left the water, as they had been drinking and were without lifejackets. A Coastguard […]

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31st May 2020
Statues in memory of fallen soldiers are 'beheaded' in vandalism attack

Statues commemorating the lives of fallen soldiers have been "beheaded" and ripped from their stands.

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