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FA can boost post-coronavirus economy with new venues for women's Euro 2022

7 minutes ago   |   The Guardian

The 12-month delay to the women's European Championship in England offers the FA time to reset its insipid plan The queue for security inside Charles de Gaulle airport moved at...
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Coronavirus: Twenty-two residents dead as virus devastates two care homes in England

27 minutes ago   |   The Independent

Charity warns residents risk being 'abandoned' in their care homes as new deaths reported in east London and Luton
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Coronavirus: How England's players were left scrambling to get home - and what comes next?

41 minutes ago   |   The Independent

For several English players overseas, the panic to get back home has quickly been followed by uncertainty over what lies ahead
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NHS figures show 92% of coronavirus victims in England are over-60

NHS figures show 92% of coronavirus victims in England are over-60

1 hour ago   |   Daily Mail

NHS England data reveals 40 per cent of those who were killed by COVID-19 in England were in their 60s and 70s. More than half - 52 per cent - were 80 years old or over.
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March was the quietest month in A&E at NHS hospitals for a DECADE

March was the quietest month in A&E at NHS hospitals for a DECADE

1 hour ago   |   Daily Mail

Casualty departments in England recorded just 1.53million attendances last month, down 430,000 - 22 per cent - on February, according to data released by NHS England.
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Bank of England to finance UK government Covid-19 crisis spending

1 hour ago   |   The Guardian   |   2 articles

With lockdown likely to be extended Treasury can draw on billions in extra funds to support cashflow Coronavirus - latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage The Treasury...
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'Middle classes in south of England were to blame for stockpiling during coronavirus crisis'

'Middle classes in south of England were to blame for stockpiling during coronavirus crisis'

2 hours ago   |   Daily Mail

The UK retail giant's chief executive, Dave Lewis, said panic-buyers tended to be more affluent customers from London and that 10 per cent of shoppers were behind a third of...
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Bank of England to temporarily finance Government Covid-19 spending

2 hours ago   |   Belfast telegraph   |   2 articles

The Government said it has expanded its overdraft with the Bank of England to ensure it has sufficient cash to cope with disruption caused by coronavirus.
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Government will borrow billions from its Bank of England emergency 'ways and means' overdraft

Government will borrow billions from its Bank of England emergency 'ways and means' overdraft

3 hours ago   |   Daily Mail   |   2 articles

The move to fund cash handouts to struggling businesses and furloughed workers is controversial as the Bank rarely bails out the Treasury because it is meant to be completely...
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Workers in the arts facing grave difficulties, says Arts Council England boss

3 hours ago   |   Belfast telegraph   |   2 articles

People working in the cultural sector are facing “grave difficulties” and risk missing out on Government help during the coronavirus pandemic, according to Arts Council England...
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Police rescue dog and arrest man, 37, after cruel owner was seen repeatedly...

Police rescue dog and arrest man, 37, after cruel owner was seen repeatedly dunking pet into a canal

An abused dog has been rescued by police after its owner dunked it in a canal in Southall, west London in a sickening attack on the terrified animal which was posted on to... Read more ...

Coronavirus: How to make your own protective fabric face mask

Coronavirus: How to make your own protective fabric face mask

More people now are wearing masks when they go out to buy essential supplies. This is in line with advice given by many countries following the growing evidence that even a... Read more ...

The US Senate reportedly advised members to stop using Zoom

The US Senate reportedly advised members to stop using Zoom

US senators have been advised against using videocall app Zoom, according to the Financial Times. Zoom has seen a huge uptick in usage because of the coronavirus pandemic, but... Read more ...

US firm ThermoFisher says it can supply UK with 100,000 COVID-19 test kits...

US firm ThermoFisher says it can supply UK with 100,000 COVID-19 test kits per day

The chief operating officer of Thermo Fisher Scientific, based in Massachusetts but with 5,000 employees in the UK, said the company could supply all the tests wanted by... Read more ...

Manchester United determined to 'exploit' post-coronavirus transfer market...

Manchester United determined to 'exploit' post-coronavirus transfer market, says Solskjaer

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is looking at transfer targets during the lockdown and believes Manchester United are well placed to exploit any knock-on effects of the coronavirus... Read more ...

Coronavirus map LIVE: UK lockdown faces LONG extension as death toll breaks...

Coronavirus map LIVE: UK lockdown faces LONG extension as death toll breaks Italy's record

BRITAIN could be faced with at least another three weeks in lockdown as the UK's daily death toll surged to almost 1,000 on Wednesday. Read more ...

UK lockdown to last until MAY as coronavirus peak still more than week away

UK lockdown to last until MAY as coronavirus peak still more than week away

BRITAIN could remain on lockdown until May amid warnings that the peak of the coronavirus outbreak is still 10 days away. Senior politicians have raised the prospect that... Read more ...

NRL season to resume on May 28 after league was suspended due to COVID-19  

NRL season to resume on May 28 after league was suspended due to COVID-19  

The NRL season is set to resume on May 28 after the league was suspended due to COVID-19. Read more ...

Call for care home coronavirus deaths in Northern Ireland to be disclosed as...

Call for care home coronavirus deaths in Northern Ireland to be disclosed as fears of 'clusters' grow

Health chiefs have been urged to be more transparent about how many coronavirus deaths have occurred in care homes across Northern Ireland. Read more ...

Ousted Navy Secretary Thomas Modly's trip to USS Roosevelt in Guam cost more...

Ousted Navy Secretary Thomas Modly's trip to USS Roosevelt in Guam cost more than $243,000

Former Acting US Navy Secretary Thomas Modly flew 35 hours from Washington, DC, to Guam over the weekend to speak to sailors aboard the coronavirus-stricken USS Roosevelt. Read more ...