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Coronavirus: Boris Johnson pleads for people not to gather indoors in rainy weather, warning it could spark a second wave

26 minutes ago   |   The Independent   |   3 articles

Boris Johnson has warned the UK could face a second wave of Covid-19, as he called on the public to resist the urge to meet friends indoors.
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Best foot forward! How to give yourself a pedicure

4 hours ago   |   The Guardian

Nail bars may be closed, but your feet don't have to suffer. Here's an expert guide to caring for your feet and trouble-shooting everything from hard skin to ingrown nails...
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Shops reopening could distract children from school work, MPs told

4 hours ago   |   Belfast telegraph   |   2 articles

Shops reopening and a spell of good weather could distract children from doing their school work at home, the Children's Commissioner for England Anne Longfield has warned.
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Cloud and rain forecast as temperatures drop

7 hours ago   |   Belfast telegraph

Cloud and cooler temperatures are hitting Britain after days of hot weather.
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How to buy travel cover in a post-pandemic world

17 hours ago   |   The Independent

Lockdown is easing, the weather is blazing and it's time for a holiday. But how do you insure your travel plans from now on?​
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Temperatures around UK to plunge after days of hot sunshine

19 hours ago   |   Belfast telegraph

Temperatures are expected to drop to as low as 10C after days of hot weather around the UK.
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'There's a romanticism about nighthawking, but it's theft': when metal detectorists go rogue

1 day ago   |   The Guardian

Anyone who digs up valuable treasure is supposed to report the find, not hang on to it or sell it to the highest bidder. But even under lockdown, crime continues If you had...
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The only child: how is quarantine affecting kids without siblings?

1 day ago   |   The Guardian

With playdates cancelled and school now virtual, only children experiencing isolation at a formative time - but how they cope depends on their personality Coronavirus - latest...
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UK weather: Temperatures across UK to plunge after sunniest May on record, Met Office says

1 day ago   |   The Independent

Forecasters say temperatures could struggle to get above 15C by Thursday
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NSW Perisher Victoria Hotham snowfall weather overnight for ski snowboarding season

NSW Perisher Victoria Hotham snowfall weather overnight for ski snowboarding season

1 day ago   |   Daily Mail

Victorian ski destination Mount Hotham experienced 10cm of snow overnight from Monday to Tuesday, whitewashing the alpine region. Meanwhile, NSW ski spot Perisher received 8cm...
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Trump's Pentagon chief opposes Insurrection Act, says sending in active-duty...

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Trump claims he just happened to be inspecting the White House bunker, not...

Trump claims he just happened to be inspecting the White House bunker, not hiding in it, during Friday's huge protests in DC

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US companies cut 2.76 million jobs in May, less than one-third of what...

US companies cut 2.76 million jobs in May, less than one-third of what economists expected, ADP says

US private payrolls sank by 2.76 million in May as coronavirus layoffs persisted, according to a Wednesday report by ADP . That's a sharp decline from April's record loss of... Read more ...

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