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October 09, 2019
UK keeping 'close eye' on France as COVID-19 cases hit two-month highs

UK keeping 'close eye' on France as COVID-19 cases hit two-month highs

Coronavirus cases in France are being "closely monitored" by the British government, amid reports that the country is in danger of being added to the UK's quarantine list.

New quarantine rules were inevitable - we may have to get used to this

New quarantine rules were inevitable - we may have to get used to this

New rules on arrivals from Belgium did not come as much of a surprise.

Lebanon may be at a turning point - but it could take decades to recover from this catastrophe

Lebanon may be at a turning point - but it could take decades to recover from this catastrophe

Lebanon may be at a turning point. If this country is, it will have been borne out of tragedy.

Trump steps up war against TikTok with new executive order

Trump steps up war against TikTok with new executive order

Donald Trump has signed an executive order banning any US transactions with the Chinese company that owns the video-sharing app TikTok.

Revealed: How Dominic Cummings' trip to Durham damaged trust in govt

Revealed: How Dominic Cummings' trip to Durham damaged trust in govt

Dominic Cummings' lockdown-busting trip to Durham and Barnard Castle damaged public trust in the government's handling of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new study.

Record 235 migrants intercepted in English Channel in one day

Record 235 migrants intercepted in English Channel in one day

A record 235 migrants were intercepted trying to cross the English Channel on Thursday, officials have confirmed.

Man shoots children's author in head 'before dying in motorcycle crash minutes later'

Man shoots children's author in head 'before dying in motorcycle crash minutes later'

A children's author has been shot in the head by an attacker who is understood have died minutes later in a motorcycle accident.

Businesses demand 'no surprises' approach to UK's local lockdowns

Businesses demand 'no surprises' approach to UK's local lockdowns

Businesses have demanded a "no surprises" approach to the handling of local coronavirus lockdowns following complaints of mixed messages and a lack of communication.

Caroline Flack took her own life because of impending trial and publicity, coroner says

Caroline Flack took her own life because of impending trial and publicity, coroner says

Caroline Flack took her own life after finding out she was definitely going to be prosecuted for assault and fearing the publicity that would come with a trial, a coroner has concluded.

Face coverings to be made mandatory indoors in NI as R number may be at 1.8

Face coverings to be made mandatory indoors in NI as R number may be at 1.8

Face coverings are to be made mandatory indoors in Northern Ireland after the R number - a crucial measure of how quickly coronavirus is spreading - jumped in the region.