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Oprah says nothing is ‘off-limits’ in Harry and Meghan interview

Oprah says nothing is ‘off-limits’ in Harry and Meghan interview

Oprah says nothing is ‘off-limits’ in Harry and Meghan interview

01 March 2021

Oprah with Meghan and Harry: A CBS Primetime Special, is set to air at the weekend in America.


Government urged to reconsider whether to impose limits on new drivers

Government urged to reconsider whether to impose limits on new drivers

Government urged to reconsider whether to impose limits on new drivers

01 March 2021

Eighty-eight drivers aged 17-24 died on Britain’s roads in 2019, with a further 1,234 seriously injured.


Single dose of Oxford or Pfizer ‘80% effective at preventing hospital admission’

Single dose of Oxford or Pfizer ‘80% effective at preventing hospital admission’

Single dose of Oxford or Pfizer ‘80% effective at preventing hospital admission’

01 March 2021

The study, which has yet to be peer-reviewed, included more than 7.5 million people aged 70 and over in England.


Meghan channels lotus flower symbolism and wears Diana’s bracelet for Oprah chat

Meghan channels lotus flower symbolism and wears Diana’s bracelet for Oprah chat

Meghan channels lotus flower symbolism and wears Diana’s bracelet for Oprah chat

01 March 2021

The Sussexes will appear in a two-hour CBS Primetime special where ‘nothing is off limits’.


Hancock tells Britons to follow Covid rules despite ‘exciting’ vaccine data

Hancock tells Britons to follow Covid rules despite ‘exciting’ vaccine data

Hancock tells Britons to follow Covid rules despite ‘exciting’ vaccine data

01 March 2021

A study by PHE indicated that the Pfizer and Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccines are highly effective in reducing infections among older people.


Surge testing begins in South Gloucestershire after Manaus Covid variant found

Surge testing begins in South Gloucestershire after Manaus Covid variant found

Surge testing begins in South Gloucestershire after Manaus Covid variant found

01 March 2021

Testing sites opened at 9am on Monday.


February saw highest and lowest temperatures of winter

February saw highest and lowest temperatures of winter

February saw highest and lowest temperatures of winter

01 March 2021

The first half of the month brought bitterly cold easterlies originating from Russia, but the latter part of February was unseasonably warm.


TikTok creates European Safety Advisory Council to inform on content moderation

TikTok creates European Safety Advisory Council to inform on content moderation

TikTok creates European Safety Advisory Council to inform on content moderation

01 March 2021

The new council will advise the service on how to approach content moderation.


Student who only learned to read aged 13 graduates university with top honours

Student who only learned to read aged 13 graduates university with top honours

Student who only learned to read aged 13 graduates university with top honours

01 March 2021

William Carter has severe dyslexia and dyspraxia and was put in the bottom set in all subjects at primary school and mocked as he could not read.


Hundreds remain away from homes after Second World War bomb detonated

Hundreds remain away from homes after Second World War bomb detonated

Hundreds remain away from homes after Second World War bomb detonated

01 March 2021

The 1,000kg German bomb was destroyed in a controlled explosion on Saturday after being discovered in Exeter.


In Pictures: Spring is in the air as sun shines

In Pictures: Spring is in the air as sun shines

In Pictures: Spring is in the air as sun shines

01 March 2021

It is the first day of meteorological spring.


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

01 March 2021

Corby, Leicester and Fenland are currently recording the highest rates.


Bottleneck in supported housing with young people unable to move on, says YMCA

Bottleneck in supported housing with young people unable to move on, says YMCA

Bottleneck in supported housing with young people unable to move on, says YMCA

01 March 2021

Young people are struggling to save and face a lack of affordable housing and discrimination in the private sector, the YMCA says.


Tens of thousands of rail staff to be trained to help disabled passengers

Tens of thousands of rail staff to be trained to help disabled passengers

Tens of thousands of rail staff to be trained to help disabled passengers

01 March 2021

By the end of the year nearly 30,000 staff will have received training, the Office of Rail and Road said.


Commission expects permanent NI border checks by middle of 2021

Commission expects permanent NI border checks by middle of 2021

Commission expects permanent NI border checks by middle of 2021

01 March 2021

Spokesman Daniel Ferrie said the UK had obligations to meet under the Northern Ireland Protocol, which governs trade from the rest of the UK.


‘More positive days ahead’ for Wales as Covid-19 rates decline – Drakeford

‘More positive days ahead’ for Wales as Covid-19 rates decline – Drakeford

‘More positive days ahead’ for Wales as Covid-19 rates decline – Drakeford

01 March 2021

The First Minister said figures showed a ‘rapid decline in the circulation of the virus here in Wales’.


Waitrose Duchy Organic range hits milestone £30 million for good causes

Waitrose Duchy Organic range hits milestone £30 million for good causes

Waitrose Duchy Organic range hits milestone £30 million for good causes

01 March 2021

The range was originally founded by the Prince of Wales as Duchy Originals in 1990.


Chancellor to launch £520m Help to Grow scheme for small UK firms

Chancellor to launch £520m Help to Grow scheme for small UK firms

Chancellor to launch £520m Help to Grow scheme for small UK firms

01 March 2021

Rishi Sunak said the scheme could help 130,000 SMEs become more productive by providing access to some of the UK’s top business schools.


Appeal for help to identify skeletal remains found at construction site

Appeal for help to identify skeletal remains found at construction site

Appeal for help to identify skeletal remains found at construction site

01 March 2021

Construction workers made the find during works on a site in Midleton, Co Cork, on January 5 this year.


Tories lodge motion of no confidence in John Swinney

Tories lodge motion of no confidence in John Swinney

Tories lodge motion of no confidence in John Swinney

01 March 2021

The Deputy First Minister could face his second no-confidence vote in less than a year.


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