Isle of Wight: Stowaways on board tanker in ‘ongoing incident’

Lawyers for the owners of a tanker anchored off the Isle of Wight deny reports of a hijacking.

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Lewis Hamilton breaks Michael Schumacher’s win record at the Portuguese Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton passes Valtteri Bottas to take a commanding victory in the Portuguese Grand Prix and break Formula 1’s all-time win record.

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Covid: New infections in Scotland increase by 1,303

One further death linked to coronavirus was registered in the last 24 hours, Scottish government figures show.

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Coronavirus: Bishop Noel Treanor appeals to protect health workers

It comes as a further eight Covid-19-related deaths are reported in NI, bringing the total to 653.

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Accomplishing Everything You Want By Eliminating Reversals

Ever hear the idiom ‘sink or swim’? When sharks stop swimming, they die. That’s where it comes from. As humans, if we stop moving, stop progressing, stop learning, we don’t literally die or sink, but we stop growing and may even experience a figurative death. Growth happens on all levels of our existence including physical, […]

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Covid-19: Lloyds staff to work from home until spring

Staff currently working from home because of the pandemic will be asked to do so until spring 2021.

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Watlington Hill: Arrested man ‘knew woman’ found dead at beauty spot

The death of a woman, whose body was found in woodland, was “not random attack”, police say.

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Brexit: Barnier staying ‘hopefully very good sign’

Northern Ireland Secretary Brandon Lewis MP reacts to the EU’s chief negotiator remaining in London.

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Cumbria’s M6: Photo archive shows motorway at 50

It is one of the highest stretches of motorway in the country and incorporates the Lune Gorge.

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Covid: Bishop calls for Christmas Day ‘truce’

The Bishop of Paisley wants a 24-hour “circuit breaker” put in place, comparing it to the World War One ceasefire.

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Coronavirus: 14-day quarantine for Covid contacts could be reduced

It comes as a senior Conservative MP criticises leaders of NHS Test and Trace, urging ‘decisive’ change.

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Brexit: Cost of everyday goods ‘could rise’ without a deal, hauliers warn

Freight industry body warns the lack of an agreement on tariffs could make things more expensive.

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Climate change: Technology no silver bullet, experts tell PM

Boris Johnson’s techno-optimism ignores the need for big societal changes, experts warn.

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British-bred Royal Enfield speeding ahead in Asia

One of the world’s oldest motorbike brands is expanding in Asia, the biggest market for two-wheelers.

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Down’s syndrome: ‘In all honesty we were offered 15 terminations’

Mothers of babies with Down’s syndrome reveal the pressure they felt to terminate their pregnancies.

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Coronavirus is here. What else should we be worried about?

Serious questions are being asked about the way the UK predicts – and prepares for – emergencies.

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Royal Leamington Spa pear tree ‘lives on’ via 100 saplings

The Cubbington Pear is cut down, but saplings from it are being planted at schools and playgrounds.

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My search for novelist Rumer Godden’s famed French summer

Hugh Schofield looks for the truth behind Rumer Godden’s The Greengage Summer in northern France.

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Covid: The ‘impossible’ businesses stuck in Tier 2 ‘zombie land’

The latest changes for Covid job support are not enough for some stuck in England’s tier system.

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Breast cancer survivors launch bra fitting service

Kate Courtman and Sarah Mountford set up the Bra Sisters to help women find bras post-mastectomy.

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