Home   News   National   Archive

National News

Mike Tindall’s company on list of employers claiming furlough money

Mike Tindall’s company on list of employers claiming furlough money

Mike Tindall’s company on list of employers claiming furlough money

09 February 2021

It is understood the former rugby star has not been personally furloughed.


All travellers to the UK to take two Covid tests while they quarantine

All travellers to the UK to take two Covid tests while they quarantine

All travellers to the UK to take two Covid tests while they quarantine

09 February 2021

Officials say the move is designed to provide further protection against new variants from abroad.


What the papers say – February 9

What the papers say – February 9

What the papers say – February 9

09 February 2021

Covid vaccinations and concerns about lax border controls dominate the Tuesday papers.


Threat of international chemical attacks is on the rise, warns Wallace

Threat of international chemical attacks is on the rise, warns Wallace

Threat of international chemical attacks is on the rise, warns Wallace

09 February 2021

The internet provides a turbo boost for terrorist groups, the Defence Secretary said.


Anxious children need staggered return to school – Love Island’s Dr Alex George

Anxious children need staggered return to school – Love Island’s Dr Alex George

Anxious children need staggered return to school – Love Island’s Dr Alex George

08 February 2021

The A&E doctor spoke about children returning to school on the BBC’s Newscast.


Snapchat to prompt users to spring clean their friend list in new safety update

Snapchat to prompt users to spring clean their friend list in new safety update

Snapchat to prompt users to spring clean their friend list in new safety update

08 February 2021

Friend Check Up will ask users to review their friend list so they only remain connected to those that are most important.


Salmond ‘physical aggression’ claim by SNP chief operating officer disputed

Salmond ‘physical aggression’ claim by SNP chief operating officer disputed

Salmond ‘physical aggression’ claim by SNP chief operating officer disputed

08 February 2021

Following a statement from Sue Ruddick, another party member responded with her version of events.


Scottish Labour could push for higher taxes under new leader

Scottish Labour could push for higher taxes under new leader

Scottish Labour could push for higher taxes under new leader

08 February 2021

Monica Lennon and Anas Sarwar were debating policy positions on the BBC’s The Nine programme on Monday.


Thousands to be tested in Manchester after Kent coronavirus mutation detected

Thousands to be tested in Manchester after Kent coronavirus mutation detected

Thousands to be tested in Manchester after Kent coronavirus mutation detected

08 February 2021

Some 10,000 extra tests will be rolled out in the region from Tuesday.


Government launches urgent recruitment drive to fill social care shortages

Government launches urgent recruitment drive to fill social care shortages

Government launches urgent recruitment drive to fill social care shortages

08 February 2021

Boris Johnson said that it offered ‘tough but rewarding’ opportunities for those considering a career caring for others.


‘Magic and kind’ Meghan and Harry join online poetry class

‘Magic and kind’ Meghan and Harry join online poetry class

‘Magic and kind’ Meghan and Harry join online poetry class

08 February 2021

The Sussexes took part in the Get Lit – Words Ignite event in honour of Black History Month in the US.


Sinn Fein criticism of police blasted by DUP as ‘ringing hollow’

Sinn Fein criticism of police blasted by DUP as ‘ringing hollow’

Sinn Fein criticism of police blasted by DUP as ‘ringing hollow’

08 February 2021

Michelle O’Neill described a crisis of confidence in police following the arrest of a Troubles victim at a commemoration event.


Puppy survives after falling 40ft off bridge into frozen river

Puppy survives after falling 40ft off bridge into frozen river

Puppy survives after falling 40ft off bridge into frozen river

08 February 2021

Monty the lagotto romagnolo crashed through the ice covering the River Ayr in Prestwick, Scotland, while his owners looked on.


FCA bosses ‘inherited broken system’ before collapse of mini-bond firm

FCA bosses ‘inherited broken system’ before collapse of mini-bond firm

FCA bosses ‘inherited broken system’ before collapse of mini-bond firm

08 February 2021

Former FCA chief and Bank of England governor, Andrew Bailey, said multiple ‘red flags’ were missed before the collapse of London Capital & Finance.


South African variant unlikely to become dominant in UK, says Van-Tam

South African variant unlikely to become dominant in UK, says Van-Tam

South African variant unlikely to become dominant in UK, says Van-Tam

08 February 2021

The deputy chief medical officer says booster jabs may be needed as vaccines are updated to counter new strains of the disease.


Alex Salmond’s evidence session cancelled

Alex Salmond’s evidence session cancelled

Alex Salmond’s evidence session cancelled

08 February 2021

The former first minister had been asked to give evidence about the Scottish Government’s botched investigation of him on Tuesday.


Too early to say whether Britons can start planning summer holidays – Van-Tam

Too early to say whether Britons can start planning summer holidays – Van-Tam

Too early to say whether Britons can start planning summer holidays – Van-Tam

08 February 2021

Professor Jonathan Van-Tam said any easing of lockdown restrictions in England would have to take place ‘gradually’.


Campaign launched for Captain Tom statue on Trafalgar Square’s Fourth Plinth

Campaign launched for Captain Tom statue on Trafalgar Square’s Fourth Plinth

Campaign launched for Captain Tom statue on Trafalgar Square’s Fourth Plinth

08 February 2021

Garry McBride said ‘it would be awful if after five to 10 years all his efforts were forgotten’.


Johnson ‘very confident’ in vaccines despite South African strain fears

Johnson ‘very confident’ in vaccines despite South African strain fears

Johnson ‘very confident’ in vaccines despite South African strain fears

08 February 2021

Boris Johnson said the vaccines delivered a high degree of protection against serious illness from Covid-19.


Royal aide lobbied for changes to proposed traffic rules, according to reports

Royal aide lobbied for changes to proposed traffic rules, according to reports

Royal aide lobbied for changes to proposed traffic rules, according to reports

08 February 2021

The Guardian has examined National Archive documents and found more than a 1,000 where the Queen’s Consent was sought.


This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies - Learn More