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Everything you need to know about The Queen's Platinum Jubilee weekend

16 May 2022
Everything you need to know about The Queen's Platinum Jubilee weekend

From street parties to pageants, music concerts to RAF flypasts - here's everything you need to know to enjoy June's giant Jubilee party.

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The bowel cancer signs to know as Deborah James receives Damehood

13 May 2022
The bowel cancer signs to know as Deborah James receives Damehood

As cancer patient and campaigner Deborah James says she's stopping active treatment, what are the signs of bowel cancer to look out for?

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Tesco becomes latest supermarket to pull chicken from shelves

13 May 2022
Tesco becomes latest supermarket to pull chicken from shelves

Tesco is recalling cooked chicken products over salmonella fears, joining Waitrose, Aldi and Sainsbury's in asking customers to return items.

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Strong warning for asthma and hay fever sufferers as pollen levels rise

13 May 2022
Strong warning for asthma and hay fever sufferers as pollen levels rise

Pollen levels are expected to be high this weekend as temperatures rise, prompting a warning for sufferers, while a shortage of medicines continues.

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Sport and music-loving youngsters wanted for new award

12 May 2022
Sport and music-loving youngsters wanted for new award

Youngsters, tackling a sport or hobby regardless of illness or disability, are being sought for a new Children's Award.

Every product supermarkets are removing from shelves due to salmonella

12 May 2022
Every product supermarkets are removing from shelves due to salmonella

M&S, Sainsbury's and Waitrose are among the stores joining Aldi in recalling items over salmonella fears and here's the full list of foods to avoid.

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What to do if you find a baby bird on ground

12 May 2022
What to do if you find a baby bird on ground

The RSPB has issued advice on what to do if you find a baby bird as it prepares for an increase in calls during the breeding season.

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Netflix to offer cut-price deals as users dwindle

11 May 2022
Netflix to offer cut-price deals as users dwindle

Cheaper monthly Netflix deals could be available by the end of 2022 as the firm tries to tempt back customers and improve its income.

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Aldi recalls foods over salmonella fears

11 May 2022
Aldi recalls foods over salmonella fears

Supermarket Aldi, together with the Food Standards Agency, has issued a product recall for four items it says could contain salmonella.

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Could Omicron BA.4 and BA.5 cause another Covid-19 surge?

10 May 2022
Could Omicron BA.4 and BA.5 cause another Covid-19 surge?

Two new Omicron strains are causing a rise in Covid-19 cases in South Africa and UK health officials are watching closely.

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Families waiting for spouse visas say they feel forgotten

10 May 2022
Families waiting for spouse visas say they feel forgotten

Separated couples say they're enduring heartbreak waiting months for spouse visas, delayed as Home Office staff work on the Homes for Ukraine scheme.

Possible link between dogs and rise in hepatitis cases in children being explored

09 May 2022
Possible link between dogs and rise in hepatitis cases in children being explored

Health officials investigating a sudden spike in hepatitis cases in children are exploring whether there is any possible link to the family pet.

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Public urged to report sightings of caterpillar that must not be touched

09 May 2022
Public urged to report sightings of caterpillar that must not be touched

Sightings of a caterpillar, which can cause humans and pets to become very unwell, must be reported urges The Forestry Commission.

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Strictly winner Rose Ayling-Ellis to sign a Cbeebies Bedtime Story

06 May 2022
Strictly winner Rose Ayling-Ellis to sign a Cbeebies Bedtime Story

Strictly Come Dancing champion and EastEnders actress Rose Ayling-Ellis is to become the first celebrity to sign a story for children.

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Spring set for welcome return with hot weather forecast

04 May 2022
Spring set for welcome return with hot weather forecast

Warmer weather is on the horizon, says the Met Office, which says above-average temperatures could be here by Sunday.

First look at new walk-through trains as Elizabeth line gets ready to open

04 May 2022
First look at new walk-through trains as Elizabeth line gets ready to open

After years of delays London's new 'purple' transport line will open later this month with new trains and station upgrades for passengers.

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With 700,000 awaiting new passports are summer holidays at risk?

29 April 2022
With 700,000 awaiting new passports are summer holidays at risk?

People are facing a 'shambolic' wait for passports, say MPs, so what does the growing backlog mean for upcoming trips and can you claim compensation?

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We will crack down on 'dangerous' private e scooters

28 April 2022
We will crack down on 'dangerous' private e scooters

E scooters could soon be legalised for use on UK roads suggests the transport secretary who is pledging to tackle those being ridden dangerously.

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'Spitfire Women' among new Second World War stamps highlighting female roles

28 April 2022
'Spitfire Women' among new Second World War stamps highlighting female roles

Royal Mail has unveiled 14 new stamps paying tribute to the women of the Second World War and the vital work they undertook.

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Rail worker strike could be 'biggest in history'

28 April 2022
Rail worker strike could be 'biggest in history'

Passengers could face travel chaos this summer if plans for a national rail strike go ahead.

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