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Dave Chisnall becomes latest coronavirus withdrawal at World Darts Championship

He tested positive for Covid-19 ahead of his match with Luke Humphries The World Darts Championship has been further hit by coronavirus after Dave Chisnall became the latest player to withdraw. The world number 14 pulled out after testing positive, following Michael Van Gerwen and Vincent Van Der Voort out of the competition prematurely. Chisnall was due to play Luke Humphries in the last-32 on Wednesday, with Humphries now receiving […]

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PM urges people to get vaccinated ahead of New Year celebrations

He says the public can enjoy New Year celebrations but in a “cautious and sensible way” Boris Johnson has urged the public to enjoy New Year celebrations in a “cautious and sensible way” as he continued to drive forward the Covid-19 vaccination programme. The Prime Minister encouraged people to book booster jabs or first and second doses as he said the vast majority of people in intensive care have not […]

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Angry Michael Van Gerwen queries Covid controls after shock championship exit

He's withdrawn from the PDC World Darts Championship after a positive Covid result Michael Van Gerwen hit out at tournament organisers after being left “disappointed, confused and angry” following his withdrawal from the William Hill World Darts Championship because of a positive test for Covid-19. The three-time champion was set to play in the third round on Tuesday night at Alexandra Palace against Chris Dobey, who has been given a […]

todayDecember 29, 2021 10

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ScotRail cuts back January train timetable amid Covid staff absences

The rail operator has altered its timetable between January 4 and 28 ScotRail is cutting back its services during January as Covid-related absences are causing staff shortages. Absences have already led to some trains being cancelled in the run-up to Christmas and the rail operator has now altered its timetable between January 4 and 28. The changes mainly affect services which would normally run between Mondays and Friday in the […]

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Patients urged to keep fit to help fight double challenge of cancer and Covid

Neil Pearce, co-founder of Planets Cancer Charity, says it is essential patients “take control of what they can” as the pandemic continues to impact services A cancer charity is urging patients to focus on improving their fitness levels as the NHS contends with the ongoing challenges of Covid-19. Neil Pearce, co-founder of Planets Cancer Charity – which helps patients with pancreatic, liver, colorectal, abdominal and neuroendocrine cancer, said it was […]

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Perfectly wrapped ancient Egyptian mummy digitally unwrapped for first time

Researchers have used three-dimensional computer topography scanning technology The perfectly wrapped mummified body of the Egyptian Pharaoh Amenhotep I has been seen for the first time in centuries after being digitally “unwrapped” with high-tech scanners. Researchers have previously been unwilling to uncover the ancient ruler’s body because of its beautifully decorated wrapping with flower garlands and exquisite life-like facemask inset with colourful stones. But thanks to the use of three-dimensional […]

todayDecember 28, 2021 10

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No further Covid restrictions in England before 2022

Saijd Javid has made the announcement following ministers reviewing the latest data The Health Secretary has said no further coronavirus restrictions will be introduced in England before the new year after ministers reviewed the latest data. Sajid Javid said “people should remain cautious” and urged those marking the start of 2022 to consider testing themselves beforehand and to celebrate outside, with the Omicron variant growing so fast that it accounts […]

todayDecember 27, 2021 7

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New Years Eve could be mildest on record with temperatures soaring to 15C

New Year’s Eve could be the mildest on record with temperatures as high as 15C, the Met Office has said. The previous New Year’s Eve record of 14.8C (58.64F) was set in 2011. However, this year could see that level matched, or even surpassed in some parts of the UK. Met Office Meteorologist Greg Dewhurst said: “The record is 14.8C on New Year’s Eve and that was in 2011, temperatures […]

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England staring at Ashes series defeat as Australia rip through top order again

Australia turned in a fierce spell of new ball bowling late on the second day of the Boxing Day Test, Having bowled out Australia for a creditable 267 the tourists appeared to be on course for their best day of what has been a progressively painful series, but the final hour was the stuff of nightmares as they closed on 31 for four – still 51 behind. Bellowed on by […]

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