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Brexit remains the main factor to blame for food shortages in shops and supermarkets as attempts to make the so-called ''pingdemic'' a scapegoat are increasingly undermined. Warnings about empty shelves in shops and supermarkets began when Boris J ...
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The government has dropped proposals for university students to be required to show Covid vaccine passes to attend lectures.
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£4m scheme will form part of government effort to counter subject’s reputation as elitist
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Exclusive: ‘She is trying to get her money back. Also by this stage, her real-life feels so scary and so dark she can’t face it so she is continually seeking to escape it,’ says psychotherapist
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Police officers found the victim in Micklefield Road, High Wycombe in the early hours of Saturday.
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Across the UK, parks are being planned for sites once earmarked for commercial development. Could this really this signal a new future for our urban landscape, asks Colin Drury
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Paul Gillespie: Bloc's role as guarantor of Belfast Agreement is now explicit
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Gang chased and cornered Bradley Gledhill before stabbing, stamping and kicking him to death
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From hospitality to road haulage, firms say they can't get staff. So are employees now calling the shots?
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A replica of Joseph Merrick's body will be dissected at the event.
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The three-storey mural was designed to allow young people to decide how their environment looks.
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A man who helped to save the dilapidated structure says it will reopen as a museum this weekend.
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The extremely rare penny is thought to be the only late Anglo-Saxon gold coin in private hands.
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The launch night will feature an array of acts including cabaret, drag, live music and spoken word.
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First Covid outbreak among Alderney's 2,000 residents causes 'sleepless nights' for businesses.
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Members reportedly pay £250,000 for regular chats with PM and chancellor
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The ex-PM advises the UK arm of Illumina Inc, which was awarded two genome sequencing contracts by Public Health England in April and May
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‘Twenty years of failed geo-strategy’: Retired army chief rues Western ‘defeat’