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25th July 2021
Taxpayers will be exposed to pandemic cost risks for decades, report says

Taxpayers will spend decades exposed to financial risks from the government's coronavirus spending, according to a committee of MPs. Parliament's public accounts committee (PAC) has produced two reports related to the crisis, the first of which warns that Britain will be exposed to "significant financial risks for decades to come". The cost of government measures […]

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25th July 2021
Family 'distraught' after dying elderly woman had wedding rings stolen in hospital

Two wedding rings were stolen off the fingers of an elderly patient who died at a hospital in Essex, police have said. The woman was in her 80s and was admitted to Broomfield Hospital in Chelmsford on 6 June. She stayed in the Notley Ward, where her daughter saw the rings were taped over. When […]

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24th July 2021
Large events such as Premier League matches could be open only to the fully-vaccinated

Large events, such as Premier League games, could be open only to fully-vaccinated people from October under government plans. Talks are under way with the Premier League to discuss whether supporters who have not received both jabs could be barred from entry, according to the PA news agency. The rule could also be used for […]

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24th July 2021
Vale business wins franchise of the year at the Wales Children's activities and services awards

A franchise delivering pre-school ballet classes in the Vale of Glamorgan has won the Franchise of the year award at the Wales Children's activities and services awards. Tiny toes ballet Bridgend & Vale of Glamorgan delivers the only pre-school ballet programme in the UK that is fully integrated with the EYFS curriculum, having been founded […]

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24th July 2021
Budapest Pride event: 'A familiar blend of fun from the day and fear for the future'

The Pride march that snaked its way through Budapest was about much more than just celebrating the city's LGBT+ community. This was a raucous blend of party and protest.  The party was obvious - a blend of lots of people, plenty of noise, a sense of collective purpose and the beating sunshine. As for the […]

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24th July 2021
COVID 'the straw that broke the camel's back': Big increase in alcoholic liver disease deaths during pandemic

Deaths from alcoholic liver disease increased by an unprecedented 21% during the first year of the pandemic, compared to 2.9% between 2018 and 2019. Sky News speaks to someone who lost her sister to the disease, as well as a recovering alcoholic who had to have a liver transplant. After years of drinking, Martin Rhodes […]

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24th July 2021
Coastguard and RNLI respond to call of persons in difficulty in the Old Harbour

Barry Dock RNLI and Barry Coastguard were called around 6:45pm on Saturday (24th) after reports of persons in difficulty in the Old Harbour, Barry. The volunteer crew launched the inshore lifeboat at approximately 6:50 and proceeded to the Old Harbour. Once on scene communication was received from the Barry coastguard team that the casualties were […]

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24th July 2021
British and Irish Lions win first test over South Africa after tense second-half comeback

The British and Irish Lions rugby team has triumphed over South Africa in a tense 22-17 victory after trailing in the first half. A try from Luke Cowan-Dickie in the second half sparked a Lions comeback in Cape Town after finishing the first half 12-3 down thanks to South African Handre Pollard kicking four penalties. […]

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24th July 2021
Four children taken to hospital after funfair ride collapses

Four children have been taken to hospital after a funfair ride collapsed in Northern Ireland. Emergency services were called to Planet Fun at Carrickfergus Harbour, in Co Antrim, shortly before 6pm to reports that one of the rides had collapsed. Three children were taken to the Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children and one child […]

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24th July 2021
'Total chaos' at UK airports on busiest weekend this year - with COVID checks and lack of staff blamed

Travellers have said airports across the UK are "total chaos" as hundreds of thousands of people fly out for the summer holidays. Two hour-long queues to show COVID-19 documentation before being allowed airside were reported at Heathrow on Saturday while there were complaints of a lack of staff at Stansted Airport, causing "chaotic scenes". Airports […]

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