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Scientists figure out what makes human blood so tasty to mosquitoes

Scientists figure out what makes human blood so tasty to mosquitoes

Scientists figure out what makes human blood so tasty to mosquitoes

12 October 2020

The findings from a team at The Rockefeller University in New York could lead to the development of new, oral insect repellents.


New three-tier Covid restrictions expected to hit North hard

New three-tier Covid restrictions expected to hit North hard

New three-tier Covid restrictions expected to hit North hard

12 October 2020

Boris Johnson will detail the new strategy to MPs amid demands for greater financial support for affected areas.


What are the new three-tier local Covid restrictions?

What are the new three-tier local Covid restrictions?

What are the new three-tier local Covid restrictions?

11 October 2020

Different parts of England will be placed into ‘medium’, ‘high’ or ‘very high’ local coronavirus alert levels under a new system.


Stolen medal to be returned to owner more than 30 years after theft

Stolen medal to be returned to owner more than 30 years after theft

Stolen medal to be returned to owner more than 30 years after theft

11 October 2020

Victim Albert Marrable had almost forgotten the crime until he spotted the medal for sale online earlier this year and alerted Kent Police.


Self-employed claim they are ‘falling through the cracks’ of Government support

Self-employed claim they are ‘falling through the cracks’ of Government support

Self-employed claim they are ‘falling through the cracks’ of Government support

11 October 2020

There were no changes for self-employed people in the Government’s latest measures to bolster the Jobs Support Scheme.


Boris Johnson and Angela Merkel talk Brexit as deal deadline looms

Boris Johnson and Angela Merkel talk Brexit as deal deadline looms

Boris Johnson and Angela Merkel talk Brexit as deal deadline looms

11 October 2020

The Prime Minister said he is prepared to leave the transition period on Australian-style terms if no deal is reached.


Country to be divided into ‘medium’, ‘high’, and ‘very high’ Covid alert areas

Country to be divided into ‘medium’, ‘high’, and ‘very high’ Covid alert areas

Country to be divided into ‘medium’, ‘high’, and ‘very high’ Covid alert areas

11 October 2020

Prime Minister expected to announce the new three tier Local Covid Alert Levels strategy in Parliament on Monday.


Police condemn partying Nottingham students as city edges closer to lockdown

Police condemn partying Nottingham students as city edges closer to lockdown

Police condemn partying Nottingham students as city edges closer to lockdown

11 October 2020

The city’s weekly rate of Covid-19 cases has topped 800 cases per 100,000 people.


Son recalls night of his father’s murder at family home

Son recalls night of his father’s murder at family home

Son recalls night of his father’s murder at family home

11 October 2020

One of the photographs released by the police for the new appeal for information is of Andrew and his father on the day of the murder.


Prosthetic hand and live grenades among items unearthed by magnet fishers

Prosthetic hand and live grenades among items unearthed by magnet fishers

Prosthetic hand and live grenades among items unearthed by magnet fishers

11 October 2020

Magnet fishers at Regent’s Canal in London described their most shocking, valuable and historical finds.


In Pictures: Crisp autumn day creates colourful display

In Pictures: Crisp autumn day creates colourful display

In Pictures: Crisp autumn day creates colourful display

11 October 2020

The season offers an array of colourful scenes.


Duke of Sussex tells Malala of worries about impact of Covid on girls’ education

Duke of Sussex tells Malala of worries about impact of Covid on girls’ education

Duke of Sussex tells Malala of worries about impact of Covid on girls’ education

11 October 2020

The trio spoke about how the Covid-19 outbreak has impacted young women’s access to education and the importance of learning.


Latest weekly Covid-19 rates for local authority areas in England

Latest weekly Covid-19 rates for local authority areas in England

Latest weekly Covid-19 rates for local authority areas in England

11 October 2020

The rate in Nottingham has now climbed above 800 cases per 100,000 people.


Covid: What contact tracing powers could local authorities get?

Covid: What contact tracing powers could local authorities get?

Covid: What contact tracing powers could local authorities get?

11 October 2020

Local authorities might be given greater control over the NHS Test and Trace programme.


Liverpool’s Cavern Club among organisations and venues to share £257m funding

Liverpool’s Cavern Club among organisations and venues to share £257m funding

Liverpool’s Cavern Club among organisations and venues to share £257m funding

11 October 2020

The Cavern Club, which launched the career of The Beatles, is currently closed down due to increasing coronavirus transmission rates in Liverpool.


Son of murdered banker says his family ‘deserve answers’

Son of murdered banker says his family ‘deserve answers’

Son of murdered banker says his family ‘deserve answers’

11 October 2020

Andrew Wilson spoke publicly about his father’s murder for the first time in an appeal for information.


This year’s top mince pies named as judges feast on supermarket Christmas food

This year’s top mince pies named as judges feast on supermarket Christmas food

This year’s top mince pies named as judges feast on supermarket Christmas food

11 October 2020

Tasters have been casting their verdicts after sampling the different Christmas food offerings from 13 supermarkets.


Questions over Government’s failure to account for £3bn spent on Covid contracts

Questions over Government’s failure to account for £3bn spent on Covid contracts

Questions over Government’s failure to account for £3bn spent on Covid contracts

11 October 2020

A legal action has been launched over a failure to disclose details of spending on pandemic-related contracts.


Jenrick admits councils are ‘bound to be better’ at contact tracing

Jenrick admits councils are ‘bound to be better’ at contact tracing

Jenrick admits councils are ‘bound to be better’ at contact tracing

11 October 2020

It comes amid concerns that the centralised NHS Test and Trace system is not performing effectively enough.


Jess Phillips warns of backlash over Government’s handling of pandemic

Jess Phillips warns of backlash over Government’s handling of pandemic

Jess Phillips warns of backlash over Government’s handling of pandemic

11 October 2020

The MP warned with more localised restrictions being introduced as cases of Covid-19 rise and economic fears, the country would become more divided.


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