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Coronavirus: 2m pints of milk dumped every day despite shortage

GUY ADAMS: On Monday, Gary Underwood (pictured with his family) got out of bed at 3am to bring in his 100-strong herd of Friesian cows from the fields.
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Coronavirus: 2m pints of milk dumped every day despite shortage

GUY ADAMS: On Monday, Gary Underwood (pictured with his family) got out of bed at 3am to bring in his 100-strong herd of Friesian cows from the fields.

Prince William and Kate Middleton's video call royal engagement

William, 37, and Kate, 38, called pupils at Casterton Primary Academy in Lancashire from their Norfolk home, Anmer Hall. The teachers are helping to look after the children of key workers.
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Prince William and Kate Middleton's video call royal engagement

William, 37, and Kate, 38, called pupils at Casterton Primary Academy in Lancashire from their Norfolk home, Anmer Hall. The teachers are helping to look after the children of key workers.

Lockdown 'will last until MAY': 'No prospect' of easing rules as death toll soars towards 1,000

One Government source said: 'Look at the death toll. That puts the question of whether we'll be lifting restrictions into context.' Comes after a grim tally of 938 deaths, the highest so far, was recorded.
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Lockdown 'will last until MAY': 'No prospect' of easing rules as death toll soars towards 1,000

One Government source said: 'Look at the death toll. That puts the question of whether we'll be lifting restrictions into context.' Comes after a grim tally of 938 deaths, the highest so far, was recorded.

More than 200,000 people with dementia living in UK care homes fear being left to coronavirus death

Tens of thousands of terrified dementia patients risk being 'abandoned to coronavirus' due to the crisis in care homes, with the Alzheimer's Society now saying at least half of all homes have Covid-19.
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More than 200,000 people with dementia living in UK care homes fear being left to coronavirus death

Tens of thousands of terrified dementia patients risk being 'abandoned to coronavirus' due to the crisis in care homes, with the Alzheimer's Society now saying at least half of all homes have Covid-19.

Three NHS nurses forced to use bin bags diagnosed with Covid 19

Three nurses from Northwick Park hospital in London who posed last month while wearing protective equipment made from bin bags have been diagnosed with Covid 19.
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Three NHS nurses forced to use bin bags diagnosed with Covid 19

Three nurses from Northwick Park hospital in London who posed last month while wearing protective equipment made from bin bags have been diagnosed with Covid 19.

Boyfriend of teenager tried to save her before she got sucked underwater at 'cursed' swimming hole

The search continues for Madison Tam, 18, who vanished while swimming at the notorious Devil's Pool - an off-limits swimming site at Babinda Boulders, south of Cairns in Far North Queensland
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Boyfriend of teenager tried to save her before she got sucked underwater at 'cursed' swimming hole

The search continues for Madison Tam, 18, who vanished while swimming at the notorious Devil's Pool - an off-limits swimming site at Babinda Boulders, south of Cairns in Far North Queensland

No need for kitty quarantine: British vets refute coronavirus-related rumors as pet owners swamp pet advice site

As the coronavirus toll continues to climb, pet owners are growing more concerned about their furry friends — particularly in the UK, where some reports prompted fears cats should be kept securely at home amid the outbreak. Read Full Article at RT.com
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No need for kitty quarantine: British vets refute coronavirus-related rumors as pet owners swamp pet advice site

As the coronavirus toll continues to climb, pet owners are growing more concerned about their furry friends — particularly in the UK, where some reports prompted fears cats should be kept securely at home amid the outbreak. Read Full Article at RT.com

Coronavirus UK: Boris Johnson could be off work for two months

Scientists forecast Mr Johnson would be physically drained from fighting the virus, for which he has received oxygen in St Thomas' Hospital in central London.
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Coronavirus UK: Boris Johnson could be off work for two months

Scientists forecast Mr Johnson would be physically drained from fighting the virus, for which he has received oxygen in St Thomas' Hospital in central London.

Coronavirus spread in UK is a ‘crime’ as NHS had 4 years to prepare for pandemic – John Pilger

Award-winning journalist John Pilger has revealed that the NHS staged an exercise in London in 2016 which proved it was unable to cope with a pandemic like Covid-19, but its findings were suppressed. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Coronavirus spread in UK is a ‘crime’ as NHS had 4 years to prepare for pandemic – John Pilger

Award-winning journalist John Pilger has revealed that the NHS staged an exercise in London in 2016 which proved it was unable to cope with a pandemic like Covid-19, but its findings were suppressed. Read Full Article at RT.com

Nurse, 70, who served 44 years with the NHS dies from coronavirus

A 'completely dedicated' nurse who served the NHS for 44 years has died from the coronavirus, as its announced a doctor treating patients also succumbed to the disease in London.
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Nurse, 70, who served 44 years with the NHS dies from coronavirus

A 'completely dedicated' nurse who served the NHS for 44 years has died from the coronavirus, as its announced a doctor treating patients also succumbed to the disease in London.

A third of Brits think the police have gone too far with their lockdown crackdown 

Nearly a third of the public, 32 per cent, back the force's approach to implementing coronavirus lockdown rules but say they have gone too far on occasion
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A third of Brits think the police have gone too far with their lockdown crackdown 

Nearly a third of the public, 32 per cent, back the force's approach to implementing coronavirus lockdown rules but say they have gone too far on occasion

Coronavirus deaths JUMP by 936 in one day across UK in new record high

The UK has seen its single sharpest increase in coronavirus-related deaths recorded over a day, pushing the country's death toll over 7,000. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Coronavirus deaths JUMP by 936 in one day across UK in new record high

The UK has seen its single sharpest increase in coronavirus-related deaths recorded over a day, pushing the country's death toll over 7,000. Read Full Article at RT.com

London mayor claims UK is 'nowhere near' lifting its coronavirus lockdown after country records highest daily death toll to date

Sadiq Khan says Britain is still a week-and-a-half away from Covid-19 peaking in the country, one day after 854 people lost their lives to the virus, with 224 of those in the capital alone. Read Full Article at RT.com
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London mayor claims UK is 'nowhere near' lifting its coronavirus lockdown after country records highest daily death toll to date

Sadiq Khan says Britain is still a week-and-a-half away from Covid-19 peaking in the country, one day after 854 people lost their lives to the virus, with 224 of those in the capital alone. Read Full Article at RT.com

Twitter users unite in support of Boris Johnson after PM was moved to intensive care unit

NHS workers have joined those urging the Prime Minister to 'get well soon' with photographs of medics holding up signs on wards shared to Twitter.
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Twitter users unite in support of Boris Johnson after PM was moved to intensive care unit

NHS workers have joined those urging the Prime Minister to 'get well soon' with photographs of medics holding up signs on wards shared to Twitter.

First patients arrive at London's new Nightingale Hospital

The first patients have been admitted to the NHS Nightingale hospital in London which was created to boost capacity during the coronavirus outbreak, the hospital has said.
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First patients arrive at London's new Nightingale Hospital

The first patients have been admitted to the NHS Nightingale hospital in London which was created to boost capacity during the coronavirus outbreak, the hospital has said.

Supermoon shines on lockdown Britain: People across the country look to the skies

Across the country, people have being grabbing cameras and smartphones to try and record the lunar light show, a welcome respite from the coronavirus pandemic.
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Supermoon shines on lockdown Britain: People across the country look to the skies

Across the country, people have being grabbing cameras and smartphones to try and record the lunar light show, a welcome respite from the coronavirus pandemic.

New lab opened at Cambridge University to help Gov reach 100,000-a-day coronavirus testing target 

Cambridge University has teamed up with AstraZeneca and GlaxoSmithKline and set up a Covid-19 testing laboratory to help meet the Government's 100,000-a-day target by end of April.
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New lab opened at Cambridge University to help Gov reach 100,000-a-day coronavirus testing target 

Cambridge University has teamed up with AstraZeneca and GlaxoSmithKline and set up a Covid-19 testing laboratory to help meet the Government's 100,000-a-day target by end of April.

George Pell's accuser breaks his silence after the cardinal's sex abuse convictions were dropped

Known as Witness J, the former choirboy came forward after another accuser died in 2014, but said he understood that the court felt there was not enough evidence.
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George Pell's accuser breaks his silence after the cardinal's sex abuse convictions were dropped

Known as Witness J, the former choirboy came forward after another accuser died in 2014, but said he understood that the court felt there was not enough evidence.

Coronavirus UK: Boris Johnson could be off work for a month

Scientists forecast Mr Johnson would be physically drained from fighting the virus, for which he has received oxygen in St Thomas' Hospital in central London.
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Coronavirus UK: Boris Johnson could be off work for a month

Scientists forecast Mr Johnson would be physically drained from fighting the virus, for which he has received oxygen in St Thomas' Hospital in central London.

Coronavirus UK: Who will decide when lockdown is lifted?

Dominic Raab took charge of Britain's battle against coronavirus on Tuesday as acting Prime Minister - but was warned just to 'hold on to the steering wheel'. 
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Coronavirus UK: Who will decide when lockdown is lifted?

Dominic Raab took charge of Britain's battle against coronavirus on Tuesday as acting Prime Minister - but was warned just to 'hold on to the steering wheel'. 

Coronavirus: Trump slams 'China-centric' World Health Organization

President Trump again attacked the 'China centric' World Health Organization and said he wants the group looked into before anymore U.S. dollars flow that way.
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Coronavirus: Trump slams 'China-centric' World Health Organization

President Trump again attacked the 'China centric' World Health Organization and said he wants the group looked into before anymore U.S. dollars flow that way.

‘PM completely deserves this’: Labour mayor censured for suggesting BoJo MERITED his Covid-19 illness

A Labour Party UK mayor made national headlines after she said that Boris Johnson contracting coronavirus served him right for his sloppy handling of the outbreak. The PM remains hospitalized in intensive care with Covid-19. Read Full Article at RT.com
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‘PM completely deserves this’: Labour mayor censured for suggesting BoJo MERITED his Covid-19 illness

A Labour Party UK mayor made national headlines after she said that Boris Johnson contracting coronavirus served him right for his sloppy handling of the outbreak. The PM remains hospitalized in intensive care with Covid-19. Read Full Article at RT.com

Sunbathing Covidiots relax outside heavily policed St Thomas' Hospital

Today, officers were seen patrolling Greenwich Park in south London where hundreds flocked to enjoy the sun on the weekend, prompting Number 10 to yesterday confirm that sunbathing was banned.
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Sunbathing Covidiots relax outside heavily policed St Thomas' Hospital

Today, officers were seen patrolling Greenwich Park in south London where hundreds flocked to enjoy the sun on the weekend, prompting Number 10 to yesterday confirm that sunbathing was banned.

First coronavirus death reported at Belmarsh max security prison, after UK says Assange is safe there

The Covid-19 outbreak has reportedly claimed the lives of nine prisoners, including one at Belmarsh, where WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is being held pending extradition to the United States. Read Full Article at RT.com
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First coronavirus death reported at Belmarsh max security prison, after UK says Assange is safe there

The Covid-19 outbreak has reportedly claimed the lives of nine prisoners, including one at Belmarsh, where WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is being held pending extradition to the United States. Read Full Article at RT.com

UK’s Covid-19 deaths jump by record 854 to rise above 6,000

The death toll from the coronavirus outbreak in the UK has surpassed 6,000, after a record number of deaths were reported for a 24-hour period. The news comes as PM Johnson remains in intensive care with the disease. Read Full Article at RT.com
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UK’s Covid-19 deaths jump by record 854 to rise above 6,000

The death toll from the coronavirus outbreak in the UK has surpassed 6,000, after a record number of deaths were reported for a 24-hour period. The news comes as PM Johnson remains in intensive care with the disease. Read Full Article at RT.com

‘Who has the nuke codes?’ Piers Morgan’s provocative quizzing of Michael Gove splits opinion as BoJo lies in intensive care

Bombastic TV host Piers Morgan’s probing of Minister Michael Gove about who’s in control of the UK’s nuclear weapons while the PM is being treated for Covid-19 has divided Twitter. Read Full Article at RT.com
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‘Who has the nuke codes?’ Piers Morgan’s provocative quizzing of Michael Gove splits opinion as BoJo lies in intensive care

Bombastic TV host Piers Morgan’s probing of Minister Michael Gove about who’s in control of the UK’s nuclear weapons while the PM is being treated for Covid-19 has divided Twitter. Read Full Article at RT.com

Coronavirus UK: Fears of 'power vacuum' as Boris Johnson ill

Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has been officially 'deputised' by the PM to fill in while he tries to recover from the potentially deadly disease.
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Coronavirus UK: Fears of 'power vacuum' as Boris Johnson ill

Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab has been officially 'deputised' by the PM to fill in while he tries to recover from the potentially deadly disease.

Royals wish Boris Johnson a 'speedy recovery':

Her Majesty said her thoughts were also with the Prime Minister's pregnant fiancee Carrie Symonds and his family as the Prime Minister battles the virus in intensive care at St Thomas' Hospital.
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Royals wish Boris Johnson a 'speedy recovery':

Her Majesty said her thoughts were also with the Prime Minister's pregnant fiancee Carrie Symonds and his family as the Prime Minister battles the virus in intensive care at St Thomas' Hospital.

Mother-of-five, 39, who died of coronavirus leaves behind 13-year-old miracle quadruplets

Shabnum Sadiq, who worked as 'dedicated' Slough Borough Councillor representing the Labour party, died on Monday following Covid-19 complications after falling ill on a trip to Pakistan.
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Mother-of-five, 39, who died of coronavirus leaves behind 13-year-old miracle quadruplets

Shabnum Sadiq, who worked as 'dedicated' Slough Borough Councillor representing the Labour party, died on Monday following Covid-19 complications after falling ill on a trip to Pakistan.

Coronavirus UK: Death toll hits 6,227 after jump of 854 in a day

NHS England confirmed the deaths of a further 758 COVID-19 patients in the past 24 hours, while the devolved authorities announced 28 fatalities across Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland
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Coronavirus UK: Death toll hits 6,227 after jump of 854 in a day

NHS England confirmed the deaths of a further 758 COVID-19 patients in the past 24 hours, while the devolved authorities announced 28 fatalities across Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland

Coronavirus UK: Man, 70, was 'living solely on Domino's pizza'

David Hoggett suffers from arthritis in his spine and lived on Domino's pizza, chocolate cookies and coke zero for a month while he was self-isolating in Aldershot due to the coronavirus crisis.
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Coronavirus UK: Man, 70, was 'living solely on Domino's pizza'

David Hoggett suffers from arthritis in his spine and lived on Domino's pizza, chocolate cookies and coke zero for a month while he was self-isolating in Aldershot due to the coronavirus crisis.

UK PM Johnson given ‘OXYGEN SUPPORT’ in ICU but is ‘not on ventilator,’ says Gove

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has received oxygen support and is being kept under close observation in the intensive care unit of St Thomas’ Hospital in London after his Covid-19 symptoms worsened. Read Full Article at RT.com
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UK PM Johnson given ‘OXYGEN SUPPORT’ in ICU but is ‘not on ventilator,’ says Gove

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has received oxygen support and is being kept under close observation in the intensive care unit of St Thomas’ Hospital in London after his Covid-19 symptoms worsened. Read Full Article at RT.com

Senior UK cabinet minister Gove self-isolating after family member displays Covid-19 symptoms

UK Cabinet Office Minister Michael Gove is self-isolating after a member of his family displayed symptoms of Covid-19. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Senior UK cabinet minister Gove self-isolating after family member displays Covid-19 symptoms

UK Cabinet Office Minister Michael Gove is self-isolating after a member of his family displayed symptoms of Covid-19. Read Full Article at RT.com

‘Sick Boris faces fight for life’: UK newspaper front pages react to PM’s admission to intensive care

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s move to the intensive care unit of St Thomas’ hospital in London, after his condition continued to deteriorate, dominated the front pages of Britain’s newspapers on Tuesday morning. Read Full Article at RT.com
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‘Sick Boris faces fight for life’: UK newspaper front pages react to PM’s admission to intensive care

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s move to the intensive care unit of St Thomas’ hospital in London, after his condition continued to deteriorate, dominated the front pages of Britain’s newspapers on Tuesday morning. Read Full Article at RT.com

UK government said Boris Johnson was fine, can we trust them on Covid-19?

Going by the official line, Boris Johnson’s admission to hospital was a surprise. Throughout the week, the PM and his cabinet repeatedly said that nothing was wrong. Can we rely on them to tell the truth amid a deadly pandemic? Read Full Article at RT.com
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UK government said Boris Johnson was fine, can we trust them on Covid-19?

Going by the official line, Boris Johnson’s admission to hospital was a surprise. Throughout the week, the PM and his cabinet repeatedly said that nothing was wrong. Can we rely on them to tell the truth amid a deadly pandemic? Read Full Article at RT.com

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