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8,000 second dose appointments scheduled too early in Scotland

8,000 second dose appointments scheduled too early in Scotland

8,000 second dose appointments scheduled too early in Scotland

21 June 2021

An investigation has been launched although the fault is now said to have been fixed.


New tool to help children prevent nude images from being shared on internet

New tool to help children prevent nude images from being shared on internet

New tool to help children prevent nude images from being shared on internet

21 June 2021

Under 18s will be able to flag the material via the Report Remove tool on Childline’s website.


Man-made mountain at Marble Arch to offer sweeping views of London

Man-made mountain at Marble Arch to offer sweeping views of London

Man-made mountain at Marble Arch to offer sweeping views of London

21 June 2021

The Marble Arch Mound will open to visitors from July 26.


Givan asked when he will leave First Minister role during first engagement

Givan asked when he will leave First Minister role during first engagement

Givan asked when he will leave First Minister role during first engagement

21 June 2021

Paul Givan, who was only appointed to the position on Thursday, was quizzed over when he would leave the post.


Lead from petrol persists in London air despite 1990s ban – study

Lead from petrol persists in London air despite 1990s ban – study

Lead from petrol persists in London air despite 1990s ban – study

21 June 2021

The findings highlight the long-term persistence of contaminants introduced by human activities in the environment, research suggests.


Liverpool could lose world heritage status after Unesco recommendation

Liverpool could lose world heritage status after Unesco recommendation

Liverpool could lose world heritage status after Unesco recommendation

21 June 2021

World Heritage Committee members are set to discuss the proposal to delete the city’s waterfront from the list next month.


Police officers injured and 14 arrests made during anti-lockdown protest

Police officers injured and 14 arrests made during anti-lockdown protest

Police officers injured and 14 arrests made during anti-lockdown protest

21 June 2021

The protest comes on the day that Covid-19 restrictions were hoped to be further eased in England before the Government delayed the plan.


Charity’s abortion pathway to stop by October if funding not provided

Charity’s abortion pathway to stop by October if funding not provided

Charity’s abortion pathway to stop by October if funding not provided

21 June 2021

Informing Choices NI provides a central access point for early medical abortion services in Northern Ireland.


Infected blood scandal survivor left ‘angry’ after death of school friends

Infected blood scandal survivor left ‘angry’ after death of school friends

Infected blood scandal survivor left ‘angry’ after death of school friends

21 June 2021

Gary Webster, 56, was a pupil who went to Lord Mayor Treloar College from 1975 to 1983 and was later diagnosed with HIV and Hepatitis C.


Drinking coffee associated with reduced risk of chronic liver disease – study

Drinking coffee associated with reduced risk of chronic liver disease – study

Drinking coffee associated with reduced risk of chronic liver disease – study

21 June 2021

The benefit peaked at three to four cups per day, according to new research.


Cummings steps up criticism of PM Johnson’s suitability for office

Cummings steps up criticism of PM Johnson’s suitability for office

Cummings steps up criticism of PM Johnson’s suitability for office

21 June 2021

Boris Johnson’s former aide Dominic Cummings criticised the Prime Minister for a lack of focus.


Sir Jeffrey Donaldson confirms he will run to become next DUP leader

Sir Jeffrey Donaldson confirms he will run to become next DUP leader

Sir Jeffrey Donaldson confirms he will run to become next DUP leader

21 June 2021

In a statement on Monday evening, Sir Jeffrey called for unity to oppose the Northern Ireland Protocol.


New sanctions against companies linked to Myanmar military regime

New sanctions against companies linked to Myanmar military regime

New sanctions against companies linked to Myanmar military regime

21 June 2021

The military launched a coup in Myanmar in February.


Givan says Sir Jeffrey Donaldson will have his full support as DUP leader

Givan says Sir Jeffrey Donaldson will have his full support as DUP leader

Givan says Sir Jeffrey Donaldson will have his full support as DUP leader

21 June 2021

Sir Jeffrey is expected to announce a new bid to become party leader


‘No figures available’ for claims following halting of check points work

‘No figures available’ for claims following halting of check points work

‘No figures available’ for claims following halting of check points work

21 June 2021

New point of entry infrastructure is required to implement checks for goods arriving from Great Britain under the Northern Ireland Protocol.


Cambridge expands bursary scheme to support students with financial pressures

Cambridge expands bursary scheme to support students with financial pressures

Cambridge expands bursary scheme to support students with financial pressures

21 June 2021

More undergraduates will qualify for support as the threshold for eligibility will rise from the maximum household income of £42,620 to £62,215.


New style investitures: honours on cushions, heat checks and one guest each

New style investitures: honours on cushions, heat checks and one guest each

New style investitures: honours on cushions, heat checks and one guest each

21 June 2021

The Prince of Wales will greet 32 recipients on Wednesday – and also meet their accompanying guests in a change to traditional arrangements.


Joining trans-Pacific trade agreement ‘highlights UK’s entrepreneurial spirit’

Joining trans-Pacific trade agreement ‘highlights UK’s entrepreneurial spirit’

Joining trans-Pacific trade agreement ‘highlights UK’s entrepreneurial spirit’

21 June 2021

The start of negotiations is seen as underpinning the UK Government’s ’tilt’ towards the Indo-Pacific region.


Welfare-check policeman sexually assaulted woman who fled her husband, jury told

Welfare-check policeman sexually assaulted woman who fled her husband, jury told

Welfare-check policeman sexually assaulted woman who fled her husband, jury told

21 June 2021

Rudvelle Walters, 48, is accused of assaulting the woman in a hotel she was staying in following an argument with her spouse.


Surface of Venus is moving like pack ice on a lake, research suggests

Surface of Venus is moving like pack ice on a lake, research suggests

Surface of Venus is moving like pack ice on a lake, research suggests

21 June 2021

Scientists say the finding gives an insight into what geological activity might have been like on a much younger Earth.


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