The retailer said Sainsbury’s and Argos staff will see their hourly pay rate rise from £9.30 and £9 respectively, to £9.50 from March.
Some primary schools have said pupils should wear the masks when they return on March 8.
Activists have dropped a series of boulders in the Offshore Brighton marine protected area to prevent bottom trawling.
The company said capacity during the final three months of the year was just 27% of 2019 levels.
The Duke of Sussex appeared in a segment on The Late Late Show.
The segment was filmed before he and wife Meghan confirmed they will not be returning as working members of the royal family.
The 21-year-old is hoping to pursue an appeal against the removal of her British citizenship.
Amanda Staveley made complaints about the behaviour of Barclays’ bosses when negotiating investment deals during the 2008 financial crisis.
Many of Friday’s front pages splash on the Queen encouraging people to receive their jab to protect against coronavirus.
There has already been significant speculation about what Chancellor Rishi Sunak will announce in next week’s Budget.
The committee was set up to investigate the botched handling of complaints made against the former first minister of Scotland.
He will also face questions about his claims that Nicola Sturgeon misled parliament and breached the ministerial code.
The head of state, who was inoculated in January, said that her injection ‘didn’t hurt at all’.
UK and Irish nationals returning to England from a “red list” country have had to self-isolate in hotels for 11 nights.
The National Trust aims to create blossom circles in and around urban areas over the next five years to connect more people to nature.
Fans would be able to pay a monthly subscription to access bonus tweets and other exclusive content.
The Northern Research Group said that a fourth national lockdown would be ‘disastrous’ for the North.
A police watchdog found black people were nine times more likely to be stopped and searched than white people.
Anneliese Dodds questioned the need for ‘immediate’ changes to the tax system.
Muslim leaders are being invited to attend community training sessions in Oldham after a survey found 50% would reject the jab if offered it.
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