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Baroness Casey to lead review into culture and standards at the Met

Baroness Casey of Blackstock will lead the review of culture and standards at the Metropolitan Police in the wake of Sarah Everard’s murder. Commissioner Dame Cressida Dick announced the appointment on Friday, saying it was an “important step in our journey to rebuild public trust” which would scrutinise the force’s vetting, recruitment, leadership, training and “all manner of processes to see how they reinforce the best possible standards”. An “urgent […]

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People urged to get flu and Covid booster vaccines to help NHS cope

The Health Secretary is urging people to have their flu and Covid-19 booster vaccines after experts predicted the viruses could push the health service to breaking point this winter. The Government has launched the biggest flu programme in the NHS’s history, with more than 35 million people in England eligible for a free vaccine. Covid booster jabs are also being rolled out, with around 1.7 million people given these third […]

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Fire breaks out at Andorra stadium ahead of Englands World Cup qualifier

It's on the eve of the qualifier. A fire broke out at Andorra’s national stadium on the eve of the World Cup qualifier against England. The Three Lions are in the Pyrenees ahead of Saturday evening’s Group I clash against the side ranked 156th in the world. The visitors trained at the Estadi Nacional on Friday lunchtime, before manager Gareth Southgate and stand-in skipper Kieran Trippier faced the media. Shortly […]

todayOctober 8, 2021 7


Fifth of people expect finances to worsen in run up to Christmas

Some industries have recently reported struggling to recruit staff, although the ending of the furlough scheme could mean some people are tipped into unemployment. A fifth (20%) of people think their finances will worsen in the run-up to Christmas. Concerns about rising living costs are growing, with 27% of people surveyed in September citing rising prices as a worry, up from 24% in June, according to pensions and retirement specialist […]

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Virus testing could be done and dusted before travellers get home Shapps

Mr Shapps announced on Thursday that 47 countries would be removed from England’s red list to make it “easier for families and loved ones to reunite”. Changes to the rules on coronavirus tests travellers have to take when returning to the UK from abroad will be in place by the end of the month, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has said. Mr Shapps announced on Thursday that 47 countries would be […]

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Newcastle takeover brings celebration and controversy in equal measure

The end of the Mike Ashley era brought celebrations and controversy in equal measure as Newcastle’s new owners targeted trophies while human rights groups accused them of ‘sportswashing’ human rights abuses. Thousands of fans who congregated outside St James’ Park will be drawing up fantasy wish-lists after Amanda Staveley, a driving force behind the takeover – vowed to transform the club into Champions League contenders. But amid the genuine euphoria […]

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Jesy Nelson shares first solo single Boyz

Former Little Mix star Jesy Nelson has released her first single as a solo artist after leaving the chart-topping band last year. The singer, 30, shared the hip hop-inspired Boyz, which channels Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs’s 2001 track Bad Boy 4 Life. The song, co-written by Nelson while she was going through a painful break-up, also features a verse from rap superstar Nicki Minaj. “Being nice a little boring when you […]

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British daily meat consumption dropped 17 in a decade

Daily meat consumption in the UK has fallen by almost a fifth over the last decade, a new study has found. The study, published in the journal The Lancet Planetary Health, used data from the National Diet and Nutrition Survey to assess changes in the consumption of red, white, and processed meat within the UK from 2008–09 to 2018–19. Researchers found average daily meat consumption per capita dropped from 103.7g […]

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