The complex battle against the pandemic and movements on Brexit feature prominently in Thursday’s papers.
Rishi Sunak will make a statement to the Commons on Thursday morning and is expected to reveal details on a new financial support package.
EU chief negotiator Michel Barnier says he will ‘seek the necessary compromises on both sides’ in the talks.
Infection rates in the region are continuing to rise in some parts.
The university is in advanced stages of testing a Covid-19 immunisation being developed with AstraZeneca.
The region is moving into High Risk status.
Labour’s motion, which called for the scheme to be extended over school holidays until Easter 2021, was defeated in the Commons.
Deputy Speaker Nigel Evans said language used in the debate had made him ‘wince’.
Storms Ciara, Dennis, and Jorge devastated parts of the country.
On Wednesday, the Government announced a further 26,688 lab-confirmed cases of Covid-19 in the UK.
Households will be banned from mixing indoors.
The Manchester United player vowed to continue campaigning.
The Government is to set out new measures to tackle the disproportionate impact the virus has on non-white communities.
The Lost Hours Walk, organised by charity Campaign Against Living Miserably encourages people to deal with their grief ‘differently and defiantly’.
Officials say the spaceport site could support a total of 605 jobs in Scotland by 2024.
A senior Stormont official expressed hope the ‘staff and systems’ would be in place for the start of January.
Simon Dobbin was on his way back from an away fixture.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have set up a home page and invited interested people to subscribe for updates.
The family were speaking following the deaths of daughter Zoe Powell, and three of her four children, in a car crash near Oxford last week.
Knowsley and Nottingham have the highest rates, but their numbers continue to fall.
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