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Workers are getting more eager to return to the office, new poll finds

An Opinium survey conducted for the Prospect trade union showed that 24 per cent of people wanted to stay working at home when life goes back to normal.
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Workers are getting more eager to return to the office, new poll finds

An Opinium survey conducted for the Prospect trade union showed that 24 per cent of people wanted to stay working at home when life goes back to normal.

Covid-19 vaccine certificates may create ‘two-tier society,’ Equality & Human Rights Commission warns UK

The UK’s ongoing back-and-forth over who’ll be legally required (or able) to take a Covid-19 jab has gotten murkier, as the country’s independent equalities watchdog suggested the certificates might amount to discrimination. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Covid-19 vaccine certificates may create ‘two-tier society,’ Equality & Human Rights Commission warns UK

The UK’s ongoing back-and-forth over who’ll be legally required (or able) to take a Covid-19 jab has gotten murkier, as the country’s independent equalities watchdog suggested the certificates might amount to discrimination. Read Full Article at RT.com

ITV weather presenter Ruth Dodsworth's controlling ex-husband, 54, is jailed after stalking her

Jonathan Wignall, 54, from Cowbridge, south Wales, used Ruth Dodsworth's fingerprint to access her phone while she was asleep, and tracked her car in a campaign of controlling behaviour.
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ITV weather presenter Ruth Dodsworth's controlling ex-husband, 54, is jailed after stalking her

Jonathan Wignall, 54, from Cowbridge, south Wales, used Ruth Dodsworth's fingerprint to access her phone while she was asleep, and tracked her car in a campaign of controlling behaviour.

Pupils who follow a religion do better in class... even if they are not studying at a faith school

Children aged 14 who say faith is important in their lives typically go on to pass more GCSEs than non-believing pupils.
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Pupils who follow a religion do better in class... even if they are not studying at a faith school

Children aged 14 who say faith is important in their lives typically go on to pass more GCSEs than non-believing pupils.

Mother saw son, 4, snatched away by woman 'high on GHB' at Royal Albert Hall, court hears

The mother was attending a children's concert at the famous London music venue with her young boy when he was carried away by Charlotte Robbins. Robbins, 26, denies child abduction.
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Mother saw son, 4, snatched away by woman 'high on GHB' at Royal Albert Hall, court hears

The mother was attending a children's concert at the famous London music venue with her young boy when he was carried away by Charlotte Robbins. Robbins, 26, denies child abduction.

Queen decides none of the royal family members to wear military uniform at Prince Philip's funeral

The Daily Mail understands that, in an unprecedented about-turn, a last minute decision, approved by the Queen, has been made that no royals will wear military uniform.
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Queen decides none of the royal family members to wear military uniform at Prince Philip's funeral

The Daily Mail understands that, in an unprecedented about-turn, a last minute decision, approved by the Queen, has been made that no royals will wear military uniform.

Benefits claimant received more than £100,000 they were not due

HM Revenue & Customs oversaw large sums being paid over several years following the logging of incorrect information about family income.
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Benefits claimant received more than £100,000 they were not due

HM Revenue & Customs oversaw large sums being paid over several years following the logging of incorrect information about family income.

Alex Salmond says again that he does not know if Russia was behind the Salisbury novichok poisonings

The former SNP leader last week failed to condemn Vladimir Putin for the 2018 attack which left one woman dead and four others seriously exposed to the nerve agent.
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Alex Salmond says again that he does not know if Russia was behind the Salisbury novichok poisonings

The former SNP leader last week failed to condemn Vladimir Putin for the 2018 attack which left one woman dead and four others seriously exposed to the nerve agent.

Greensill scandal: Cabinet Secretary orders crackdown on high-level senior servants

Simon Case, formerly private secretary to the Duke of Cambridge, ordered the heads of all government departments to search their ranks for civil servants taking money for a second job.
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Greensill scandal: Cabinet Secretary orders crackdown on high-level senior servants

Simon Case, formerly private secretary to the Duke of Cambridge, ordered the heads of all government departments to search their ranks for civil servants taking money for a second job.

Actress and model called out for championing puberty blockers for trans kids, claiming ‘loads of girls’ were on them in the 1990s

Actress and model Jameela Jamil has tweeted in support of giving controversial puberty blockers to trans kids, claiming she knew “loads” of girls in school who took them. Her story was swiftly deemed BS. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Actress and model called out for championing puberty blockers for trans kids, claiming ‘loads of girls’ were on them in the 1990s

Actress and model Jameela Jamil has tweeted in support of giving controversial puberty blockers to trans kids, claiming she knew “loads” of girls in school who took them. Her story was swiftly deemed BS. Read Full Article at RT.com

Second UK inquiry into ex-PM David Cameron lobbying scandal announced by select committee of MPs

The UK's Treasury Committee has announced it will hold an inquiry into the government lobbying scandal surrounding former Prime Minister David Cameron, which has now engulfed several ministers and is already facing a review. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Second UK inquiry into ex-PM David Cameron lobbying scandal announced by select committee of MPs

The UK's Treasury Committee has announced it will hold an inquiry into the government lobbying scandal surrounding former Prime Minister David Cameron, which has now engulfed several ministers and is already facing a review. Read Full Article at RT.com

Boris Johnson faces Commons showdown on 'rampant' lobbying abuses

Boris Johnson insisted his government was 'tough' on lobbying as he fended off attacks from Sir Keir Starmer at PMQs, with the Labour leader jibing about 'the return of Tory sleaze'.
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Boris Johnson faces Commons showdown on 'rampant' lobbying abuses

Boris Johnson insisted his government was 'tough' on lobbying as he fended off attacks from Sir Keir Starmer at PMQs, with the Labour leader jibing about 'the return of Tory sleaze'.

Prince Andrew 'has no intention to distract' from Prince Philip's funeral, source claims

The Duke of York has demanded to go as an Admiral to Saturday's service at Windsor, in a move condemned today including by one former Territorial Army officer who blasted it as a 'hissy fit'.
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Prince Andrew 'has no intention to distract' from Prince Philip's funeral, source claims

The Duke of York has demanded to go as an Admiral to Saturday's service at Windsor, in a move condemned today including by one former Territorial Army officer who blasted it as a 'hissy fit'.

Princess Eugenie shares emotional tribute to Prince Philip on Instagram

The Queen's granddaughter, 30, shared the lengthy post on Instagram alongside two pictures of her with the Duke of Edinburgh, who passed away last Friday.
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Princess Eugenie shares emotional tribute to Prince Philip on Instagram

The Queen's granddaughter, 30, shared the lengthy post on Instagram alongside two pictures of her with the Duke of Edinburgh, who passed away last Friday.

Ponzi mastermind Bernie Madoff dies in prison at 82, 12 years into 150-year sentence for $65bn fraud

Madoff died on Wednesday morning from natural causes at the Federal Correctional Facility in Butner, North Carolina, where he was 12 years into a 150 year prison sentence.
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Ponzi mastermind Bernie Madoff dies in prison at 82, 12 years into 150-year sentence for $65bn fraud

Madoff died on Wednesday morning from natural causes at the Federal Correctional Facility in Butner, North Carolina, where he was 12 years into a 150 year prison sentence.

Greece to open up to visitors without restrictions though UK tourists can't travel until 17 May

Greece will lift quarantine restrictions for tourists from the UK, EU, and four other countries. Travellers will have to be vaccinated or test positive to avoid quarantine. The UK won't allow travel until May 17.
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Greece to open up to visitors without restrictions though UK tourists can't travel until 17 May

Greece will lift quarantine restrictions for tourists from the UK, EU, and four other countries. Travellers will have to be vaccinated or test positive to avoid quarantine. The UK won't allow travel until May 17.

Hundreds of British Gas engineers share their fury

The energy supplier handed dismissal notices to around 1,000 employees on April 1 following months of controversy over owner Centrica's plans to up hours and cut pay rates.
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Hundreds of British Gas engineers share their fury

The energy supplier handed dismissal notices to around 1,000 employees on April 1 following months of controversy over owner Centrica's plans to up hours and cut pay rates.

Mike Tindall misses his rugby podcast following death of Prince Philip

The former England rugby pro, 42, who is married to The Duke of Edinburgh's granddaughter, Zara Tindall, usually hosts the sports podcast with James Haskell and Alex Payne.
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Mike Tindall misses his rugby podcast following death of Prince Philip

The former England rugby pro, 42, who is married to The Duke of Edinburgh's granddaughter, Zara Tindall, usually hosts the sports podcast with James Haskell and Alex Payne.

Government WILL try to make Covid vaccines COMPULSORY for care home staff, Matt Hancock confirms

Health Secretary Matt Hancock argued workers have a 'duty of care' because elderly residents are most at risk of dying from the virus. DHSC is launching a five-week consultation today.
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Government WILL try to make Covid vaccines COMPULSORY for care home staff, Matt Hancock confirms

Health Secretary Matt Hancock argued workers have a 'duty of care' because elderly residents are most at risk of dying from the virus. DHSC is launching a five-week consultation today.

Covid UK: 90% over-80s still have antibodies six weeks after a single vaccine dose, study shows

Research by the University of Birmingham adds to evidence that the Covid jabs work for elderly people who notoriously have weaker immune systems and respond less well to vaccines.
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Covid UK: 90% over-80s still have antibodies six weeks after a single vaccine dose, study shows

Research by the University of Birmingham adds to evidence that the Covid jabs work for elderly people who notoriously have weaker immune systems and respond less well to vaccines.

Fishmonger's Hall terrorist Usman Khan had 'anger in his eyes'

Isobel Rowbotham was one of three people seriously injured when she was knifed in the arm by Usman Khan during a rampage in London that left two others dead on November 29, 2019.
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Fishmonger's Hall terrorist Usman Khan had 'anger in his eyes'

Isobel Rowbotham was one of three people seriously injured when she was knifed in the arm by Usman Khan during a rampage in London that left two others dead on November 29, 2019.

BBC diversity chief complains Idris Elba’s TV detective isn’t ‘black enough to be real’, leaves online commentator baffled

The person tasked with ensuring diversity at the BBC has been accused of harboring narrow-minded views about race after reportedly dismissing a TV character played by actor Idris Elba for not being sufficiently ‘black’. Read Full Article at RT.com
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BBC diversity chief complains Idris Elba’s TV detective isn’t ‘black enough to be real’, leaves online commentator baffled

The person tasked with ensuring diversity at the BBC has been accused of harboring narrow-minded views about race after reportedly dismissing a TV character played by actor Idris Elba for not being sufficiently ‘black’. Read Full Article at RT.com

National Trust orders volunteers to take diversity training to 'raise awareness' of 'biases'

The heritage body is forcing everyone, including rangers who do not work with the public, to carry out the training as they return to work from lockdown.
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National Trust orders volunteers to take diversity training to 'raise awareness' of 'biases'

The heritage body is forcing everyone, including rangers who do not work with the public, to carry out the training as they return to work from lockdown.

Pubs 'will have to put calorie counts of wines, beers and spirits on pump labels and menus'

Documents leaked last night revealed UK health chiefs want to force larger chains to disclose the amount of calories in every beer, wine and spirit ordered in their pubs.
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Pubs 'will have to put calorie counts of wines, beers and spirits on pump labels and menus'

Documents leaked last night revealed UK health chiefs want to force larger chains to disclose the amount of calories in every beer, wine and spirit ordered in their pubs.

Quarter of deaths involving Covid-19 in England and Wales not caused by virus itself, govt statistics show

In roughly a quarter of deaths involving Covid-19 in England and Wales, people actually died ‘with’ the coronavirus rather than ‘from’ it, new weekly data from the government reveals. Read Full Article at RT.com
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Quarter of deaths involving Covid-19 in England and Wales not caused by virus itself, govt statistics show

In roughly a quarter of deaths involving Covid-19 in England and Wales, people actually died ‘with’ the coronavirus rather than ‘from’ it, new weekly data from the government reveals. Read Full Article at RT.com

Woman, 58, who bought £350k dream house next to A466 at Coleshill wants speed limit reduced

Jackie McCormack, 58, moved into the 'absolutely beautiful' detached three-bed home in Coleshill, near Birmingham, at the end of February.
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Woman, 58, who bought £350k dream house next to A466 at Coleshill wants speed limit reduced

Jackie McCormack, 58, moved into the 'absolutely beautiful' detached three-bed home in Coleshill, near Birmingham, at the end of February.

Covid vaccines made by Moderna and Novavax will be added to a 'mix and match' trial

Experts say mixing jabs is unlikely to pose any safety concerns, and that it could even lead to shots being more effective at preventing an infection with the virus.
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Covid vaccines made by Moderna and Novavax will be added to a 'mix and match' trial

Experts say mixing jabs is unlikely to pose any safety concerns, and that it could even lead to shots being more effective at preventing an infection with the virus.

One of David Cameron's top civil servants was allowed to work for Greensill while in Whitehall 

Bill Crothers spent several months as Government procurement head and a Greensill board adviser, it has emerged amid the lobbying scandal around David Cameron grew.
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One of David Cameron's top civil servants was allowed to work for Greensill while in Whitehall 

Bill Crothers spent several months as Government procurement head and a Greensill board adviser, it has emerged amid the lobbying scandal around David Cameron grew.

Covid lockdown UK: Nearly a quarter of people dying with Covid are NOT killed by the virus

According to figures from the Office for National Statistics, 23 per cent of Covid-19 deaths registered are now people who have died 'with' the disease rather than 'from' an infection and illness.
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Covid lockdown UK: Nearly a quarter of people dying with Covid are NOT killed by the virus

According to figures from the Office for National Statistics, 23 per cent of Covid-19 deaths registered are now people who have died 'with' the disease rather than 'from' an infection and illness.

Ugly melee breaks out between two women drinkers in York

Footage shows the women at the scene of a brawl between a group of men in the King's Arms beer garden, with drinkers looking on and filming the scuffle.
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Ugly melee breaks out between two women drinkers in York

Footage shows the women at the scene of a brawl between a group of men in the King's Arms beer garden, with drinkers looking on and filming the scuffle.

Indian lawyer demands Prince Harry is arrested for 'breaking promise of marriage'

The woman, identified as Palwinder Kaur, claimed in a petition filed at the Punjab and Haryana High Court that she had been contacted on social media by Prince Harry.
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Indian lawyer demands Prince Harry is arrested for 'breaking promise of marriage'

The woman, identified as Palwinder Kaur, claimed in a petition filed at the Punjab and Haryana High Court that she had been contacted on social media by Prince Harry.

Here Come the Gypsies: New Channel 5 documentary highlights travellers and Romani communities

Channel 5's documentary Here Come the Gypsies, which airs tomorrow, highlights the lives of traveller communities across the UK and dives into their traditions.
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Here Come the Gypsies: New Channel 5 documentary highlights travellers and Romani communities

Channel 5's documentary Here Come the Gypsies, which airs tomorrow, highlights the lives of traveller communities across the UK and dives into their traditions.

End of an iconic EYESORE: Bulldozers trample south London's Elephant & Castle Shopping Centre

Developer Keltbray is set to demolish the Elephant & Castle Shopping Centre, and replace it with a £1billion development, including nearly 1,000 new flats - 116 of which are social rent home.
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End of an iconic EYESORE: Bulldozers trample south London's Elephant & Castle Shopping Centre

Developer Keltbray is set to demolish the Elephant & Castle Shopping Centre, and replace it with a £1billion development, including nearly 1,000 new flats - 116 of which are social rent home.

Attorneys for Cristiano Ronaldo's rape accuser 'have asked him to testify within weeks'

Former model Kathryn Mayorga claims she was mentally incapacitated when she accepted the out-of-court settlement with Ronaldo after claiming he raped her in a Las Vegas hotel in 2009.
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Attorneys for Cristiano Ronaldo's rape accuser 'have asked him to testify within weeks'

Former model Kathryn Mayorga claims she was mentally incapacitated when she accepted the out-of-court settlement with Ronaldo after claiming he raped her in a Las Vegas hotel in 2009.

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