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North-East teenagers arrested over Snapchat post mocking George Floyd's death
A WOMAN has described her horror after seeing a picture which appears to show three North-East teenagers imitate the death of George Floyd.
reddit | UK | 5 mins ago
Internet Sleuths Catch Dominic Cummings in Another Falsehood
The Chief Adviser to British Prime Minister Boris Johnson claimed to have warned about coronaviruses last year. It didn’t take internet nerds long to find out his claim is not exactly true.
reddit | UK | 7 mins ago
Bristol mayor to review footage of black man's arrest
Footage shows a man being pinned down by police during unrest in Bristol on Friday evening.
bbc | UK | 23 mins ago
Crime scene in place as teen run down and stabbed in Harrow
No arrests have been made
mylondon | UK | 43 mins ago
Football and dementia: Alan Jarvis inquest to explore heading link
A coroner says the Wales international's death may have been linked to an "industrial disease".
bbc | UK | 1 hrs ago
In pictures: Huge queues snake round Croydon IKEA car park
The store had to open early this morning due to demand
mylondon | UK | 2 hrs ago
UK weather: May was sunniest month since records began, Met Office says
Warm and dry weather would be 'extremely unusual' even in summer, according to meteorologists
independent | UK | 2 hrs ago
Julian Assange 'too ill' to attend latest court hearing in US extradition case
Supporter says Wikileaks founder is suffering from an 'underlying lung condition'
independent | UK | 2 hrs ago
9 things you can do to stay as safe as possible when using the Tube
Doing your best to stay alert on the Tube is so important
mylondon | UK | 2 hrs ago
Foreign secretary says George Floyd case ‘distressing’ but ‘not really my job’ to discuss it
Foreign secretary Dominic Raab has said footage showing the death of a black man while he was being restrained by police in the US was “very distressing”, but he said it was not his job to discuss it.
reddit | UK | 2 hrs ago
Dominic Cummings to be named as a respondent in sex discrimination case
Barristers forSoniaKhan - who was as an aide to ex-chancellor Sajid Javid - was fired by the Prime Minister's chief adviser last year and escorted out of Downing Street by police officers are understood to have successfully argued that Mr Cummings' ...
reddit | UK | 3 hrs ago
Piers Morgan says officials have been ‘lying’ over coronavirus testing numbers
Piers Morgan has said he believes officials have been ‘lying’ over the number of people tested for coronavirus, after data over the figures appeared ‘unavailable’ for ten consecutive days.
reddit | UK | 3 hrs ago
Plea for public toilets to reopen as dogs are eating human faeces left on beach
With people flocking to the seaside to enjoy the sunshine after weeks of lockdown, people are asking for toilets to reopen as soon as possible
reddit | UK | 3 hrs ago
Domestic abuse services bracing for 'tsunami' of victims coming forward as lockdown eases
Charities say loosening of restrictions means ‘window in which women who have been isolating with abusive partners can ask for help may widen’
independent | UK | 4 hrs ago
Corbyn questions impartiality of body conducting antisemitism inquiry
Ex-Labour leader says Equality and Human Rights Commission is ‘part of government machine’
theguardian | UK | 4 hrs ago
Man arrested on suspicion of double murder in Salisbury
Wiltshire police question man in his 30s after death of two women in Lavistock area
theguardian | UK | 4 hrs ago
Locked up in lockdown: The London criminals jailed in May
Their crimes include rape, firearm possession, death by dangerous driving, Class A drugs possession and burglary
mylondon | UK | 4 hrs ago
Seven members of staff at same school test positive for coronavirus
Seven members of staff at Arboretum Primary School in Derby have tested positive for coronavirus amid the return of many pupils to classrooms in England today
reddit | UK | 4 hrs ago
UK contact tracers not fully occupied, says coronavirus testing chief
Prof John Newton says system working well despite some recruits having nothing to do
theguardian | UK | 4 hrs ago
Scotland's art festivals 'as we know them' unlikely to return in 2021
Scotland’s events and festivals are unlikely to be able to return to normality in 2021 - amid fears that fears that its reputation for them will be damaged by the UK having the highest coronavirus death toll in Europe.
reddit | UK | 4 hrs ago
Around '30 police' respond to mass brawl on Dalston’s Kingsland Road
Two people were arrested following the incident
mylondon | UK | 5 hrs ago
Horse racing leads way as live sport returns to UK
Zodiakos creates history with victory at Newcastle racecourse as elite sport returns to England after coronavirus.
bbc | UK | 5 hrs ago
Coronavirus: What might swimming pools be like after lockdown?
Swimmers might have to arrive in their costumes, with limits on how many people can go in at a time.
bbc | UK | 5 hrs ago
Rees-Mogg's plans for MPs to vote in person branded 'beyond a farce'
Critics say ending virtual voting will discriminate against shielders and threaten lives
theguardian | UK | 5 hrs ago
Watership Down author's estate wins back all rights to classic novel
In a case at London’s high court, Richard Adams’ estate won a longstanding claim against Martin Rosen, director of the 1978 animation
theguardian | UK | 5 hrs ago