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Tuesday, Oct 19, 2021
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The Prince Who Didn't Sweat
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Sir David Amess: Southend to become a city in honour of MP
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced the Queen has agreed Southend will be granted city status following the killing of MP Sir David Amess.
Nine UK schools tell schoolkids to pay for lunch via FACIAL RECOGNITION as opponents warn it normalizes surveillance state
Nine Scottish elementary schools have embraced a pilot plan to deploy facial recognition technology to verify children's school lunch payments, insisting the system is faster an...
PM urged to enact ‘David’s law’ against social media abuse after Amess’s death
Calls for crackdown on threats to public figures and an end to online anonymity
Sir David Amess death: Family visit Leigh-on-Sea church to read tributes
The family of Sir David Amess have visited the church where he was killed to see some of the many tributes left in his memory.
UK faces terrorist attacks by ‘bedroom radicals’ drawn to extremist online content during Covid lockdowns, security experts warn
After the knife killing of MP David Amess, British security experts have warned that the UK could be hit by a deadly wave of lone-wolf terrorist attacks by “bedroom radicals” as...
UK Covid cases near 50,000 in one day as No 10 warns of ‘challenging’ winter
Reported number of cases rise steadily in October to reach highest level since 17 July
Britain has a new tennis star: Meet Cameron Norrie
It's been quite the few months for British tennis -- you've met Emma Raducanu, now get ready for Cameron Norrie.
UK lab investigated for false negative Covid tests is not fully accredited
Neither Immensa nor Dante Labs has ever been accredited, Ukas says, contrary to government comments
‘Normal people boycott Israel’: London bus stop ads in support of pro-‘BDS’ author criticized for promoting anti-Semitism
Guerilla bus stop advertisements reading “Normal people boycott Israel” went on display in London on Saturday, in solidarity with writer Sally Rooney for what its creators calle...
Heat pump grants worth £5,000 to kickstart low carbon heating
Homeowners in England and Wales will be offered subsidies of £5,000 from April to help them replace old gas boilers with low-carbon heat pumps.
Youth homelessness has risen 40% in five years, says UK charity
Centrepoint estimates 121,000 homeless or at risk, with analysis showing black people disproportionally affected
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