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16th September 2021
COVID-19 booster vaccine roll out begins in Wales

Frontline NHS staff working in North Wales have become the first people in Wales to receive their Covid-19 booster vaccines, as the programme started in Wales today. Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board began to offer its staff the booster vaccine just days after the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) issued its final advice […]

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16th September 2021
'I'm thrilled': Piers Morgan's new presenting job is revealed

Piers Morgan has revealed his next presenting job will be for new television channel talkTV - which is being set up by Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. The company, which will launch its new service next year, said Morgan's nightly show will be broadcast in the UK, the US and Australia. He left Good Morning Britain […]

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16th September 2021
Army could be called in to help Scottish ambulance service, amid reports man died after a 40-hour wait

The military could be called in to help Scotland's ambulance service which is facing "acute pressure", Nicola Sturgeon has announced. Scotland's first minister apologised "unreservedly" for long waiting times and confirmed that targeted military assistance to help deal with "short-term pressure points" is under consideration. The announcement came as Ms Sturgeon was questioned about the […]

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16th September 2021
Vale Council says plans are being drawn up to keep school bus services running

Councils across South Wales are facing difficulties in providing sufficient school transport, including in the Vale of Glamorgan, as drivers and staff are unable to work due to Covid self-isolations. The Vale of Glamorgan Council is one of the Welsh Councils facing problems, with a spokesperson saying "plans are being drawn up to keep school […]

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16th September 2021
Man charged with stabbing his father to death in southeast London

A 29-year-old man has been charged with stabbing his father to death in Bromley, southeast London. Police were called to Widmore Road just before 11pm on Tuesday where officers found 51-year-old Paul Maurice with multiple stab wounds. He was given emergency medical treatment at the scene but was pronounced dead just before midnight. His son, […]

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16th September 2021
Booster programme begins as NHS starts giving third COVID jabs

The NHS has started rolling out COVID-19 booster jabs. Over 50s, people in care homes, frontline health and social care workers and vulnerable people between 16 and 49 are among those who will be offered a third dose. At least six months must have passed since the second jab. Hospital hubs began giving third doses […]

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16th September 2021
Fire-damaged power link will be out for six months, says National Grid

National Grid has warned it will be more than six months before part of a power link between the UK and France, which was shut off because of a fire, is restored. The blaze at the electricity interconnector at Sellindge in Kent has sent UK wholesale power prices surging - adding to pressures that had […]

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16th September 2021
Mother charged with murder of five-year-old daughter in west London

A mother has been charged with the murder of her five-year-old daughter in west London, the Metropolitan Police has said. Police officers and the London Ambulance Service were called to a property on Leyborne Avenue in Ealing at 12.56pm on Tuesday, following concerns for the welfare of the occupants. Officers and an ambulance crew tried […]

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16th September 2021
M&S blames Brexit as it axes 11 French high street stores

Marks and Spencer is to close 11 stores in France blaming "lengthy and complex export processes" affecting fresh and chilled products following Brexit. The retailer said the outlets operated with franchise partner SFH, mainly located in Paris high streets, were expected to shut by the end of 2021. It said nine other stores operated with […]

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16th September 2021
'Wales doesn't need a prince': Anti-monarchy billboards spark backlash

Anti-monarchy billboards that say "Wales doesn't need a prince" have sparked fury for not being "reflective of public opinion". The signs, which were organised by the Republic campaign group and feature pictures of Prince Charles, have cropped up in Aberdare, Cardiff and Swansea this week. The group said they want the nation to hear their […]

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