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Life in lockdown: How to handle the worry of others not following Covid rules

Life in lockdown: How to handle the worry of others not following Covid rules

Life in lockdown: How to handle the worry of others not following Covid rules

21 January 2021

Expert tips for coping with stress in a healthy way.


Under a quarter of over-80s in Wales have received Covid-19 jab, figures show

Under a quarter of over-80s in Wales have received Covid-19 jab, figures show

Under a quarter of over-80s in Wales have received Covid-19 jab, figures show

21 January 2021

The Health Minister previously told the Welsh Parliament that he believed the majority of the age group had been vaccinated.


Up to 200 lorries a day turned back from EU crossings

Up to 200 lorries a day turned back from EU crossings

Up to 200 lorries a day turned back from EU crossings

21 January 2021

Officials told MPs there has been far less disruption than feared following the end of the Brexit transition.


Government urged to solve musicians’ post-Brexit travel problem

Government urged to solve musicians’ post-Brexit travel problem

Government urged to solve musicians’ post-Brexit travel problem

21 January 2021

Sir Elton John, Roger Waters and Ed Sheeran are among the leading music industry figures who have criticised the Government’s Brexit deal.


Malware reported on Government-issued laptops used by children homeschooling

Malware reported on Government-issued laptops used by children homeschooling

Malware reported on Government-issued laptops used by children homeschooling

21 January 2021

The Department for Education (DfE) said it believes the issue has only affected a ‘small number of devices’.


MPs told of ‘urgent’ need to fix music streaming model

MPs told of ‘urgent’ need to fix music streaming model

MPs told of ‘urgent’ need to fix music streaming model

21 January 2021

The Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee is holding an inquiry into the economics of music streaming.


Labour has a ‘lot of work to do’ in Scotland, Starmer admits

Labour has a ‘lot of work to do’ in Scotland, Starmer admits

Labour has a ‘lot of work to do’ in Scotland, Starmer admits

21 January 2021

Sir Keir said ‘we must rebuild trust, we must fight on the issues that really matter in Scotland’.


Bars and restaurants should stay shut until May, researchers suggest

Bars and restaurants should stay shut until May, researchers suggest

Bars and restaurants should stay shut until May, researchers suggest

21 January 2021

Releasing all measures at the end of April could lead to a surge in Covid-19 cases, experts said.


NI coronavirus lockdown could be extended to March 5

NI coronavirus lockdown could be extended to March 5

NI coronavirus lockdown could be extended to March 5

21 January 2021

Stormont health minister Robin Swann has proposed the step to help drive down case numbers.


Firefighters free 31-stone pig who got stuck in the mud

Firefighters free 31-stone pig who got stuck in the mud

Firefighters free 31-stone pig who got stuck in the mud

21 January 2021

Dolly was soon back on her trotters…


Answer on staging indyref2 without consent required before election, court told

Answer on staging indyref2 without consent required before election, court told

Answer on staging indyref2 without consent required before election, court told

21 January 2021

Martin Keatings is asking the Court of Session to declare whether Scotland can legislate for a second vote without UK Government consent.


Fortnite developer brings legal action against Apple and Google to UK

Fortnite developer brings legal action against Apple and Google to UK

Fortnite developer brings legal action against Apple and Google to UK

21 January 2021

Epic Games has been involved in an ongoing dispute with the tech giants over in-app payments and commissions.


Farmer shot dead was ‘an innocent young man doing a day’s work’

Farmer shot dead was ‘an innocent young man doing a day’s work’

Farmer shot dead was ‘an innocent young man doing a day’s work’

21 January 2021

Paddy McElhone’s siblings said they still missed him after a 46-year campaign to clear his name of untruthful smears vindicated his reputation.


Witness in Libby Squire murder trial heard screams of ‘desperation’, court hears

Witness in Libby Squire murder trial heard screams of ‘desperation’, court hears

Witness in Libby Squire murder trial heard screams of ‘desperation’, court hears

21 January 2021

Father-of-two Pawel Relowicz denies raping and murdering the 21-year-old University of Hull student, whose body was recovered from the Humber estuary.


Mosque vaccine centre sends ‘positive message’ to help fight Covid myths – imam

Mosque vaccine centre sends ‘positive message’ to help fight Covid myths – imam

Mosque vaccine centre sends ‘positive message’ to help fight Covid myths – imam

21 January 2021

Birmingham imam Nuru Mohammed said he hoped to ‘help to inform those people who are not well-informed’.


Just under a quarter of over-80s have received Covid-19 jab in Wales

Just under a quarter of over-80s have received Covid-19 jab in Wales

Just under a quarter of over-80s have received Covid-19 jab in Wales

21 January 2021

The figures were released by Public Health Wales on Thursday.


Students could receive A-level grades earlier and start university in October

Students could receive A-level grades earlier and start university in October

Students could receive A-level grades earlier and start university in October

21 January 2021

The Department for Education has launched its consultation on moving to a post-qualifications admissions (PQA) system.


‘Inspirational’ brain injury boy, 12, raises £16,000 to save activity centre

‘Inspirational’ brain injury boy, 12, raises £16,000 to save activity centre

‘Inspirational’ brain injury boy, 12, raises £16,000 to save activity centre

21 January 2021

Oliver Voysey is undertaking a series of 13-themed challenges to save the centre that ‘changed his life’.


Rees-Mogg tells MPs he will not eat chicken parmo due to ‘ghastly’ garlic sauce

Rees-Mogg tells MPs he will not eat chicken parmo due to ‘ghastly’ garlic sauce

Rees-Mogg tells MPs he will not eat chicken parmo due to ‘ghastly’ garlic sauce

21 January 2021

The Commons leader has already revealed a liking for deep-fried Mars bars.


Jonathan Van-Tam’s delight as his mother gets her Covid-19 vaccination

Jonathan Van-Tam’s delight as his mother gets her Covid-19 vaccination

Jonathan Van-Tam’s delight as his mother gets her Covid-19 vaccination

21 January 2021

His mother Elizabeth, who turned 79 this month, had her jab at a GP surgery in Whittlesey, six miles east of Peterborough.


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