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Harry Dunn’s twin brother tells PM ‘I’ve have had enough of the lies’

Harry Dunn’s twin brother tells PM ‘I’ve have had enough of the lies’

Niall Dunn has written a letter saying his family has been ‘going through hell’ since his brother died in a crash outside a US embassy.

Dogs Trust: A dog is for life, not just for lockdown

Dogs Trust: A dog is for life, not just for lockdown

Online searches about getting dogs have surged since the coronavirus restrictions were put in place.

‘Fast and accurate’ antibody test developed by Edinburgh researchers

‘Fast and accurate’ antibody test developed by Edinburgh researchers

A company is calling for talks with the UK Government after developing a 99.8% accurate blood screening test for coronavirus antibodies.

Diana’s famous Travolta dress stuck in ‘isolation room’ during lockdown

Diana’s famous Travolta dress stuck in ‘isolation room’ during lockdown

The gown was recently acquired by Historic Royal Palaces.

Contact tracing app to be trialled on Isle of Wight

Contact tracing app to be trialled on Isle of Wight

It is part of the Government’s test, track and trace efforts.

Schools in Wales could reopen in June, first minister says

Schools in Wales could reopen in June, first minister says

Mark Drakeford said reopenings would be phased and warned schools would not operate ‘as they did before’.

Eddie Marsan recruits family to film TV scenes during lockdown

Eddie Marsan recruits family to film TV scenes during lockdown

Covid-19 outbreak restrictions saw the actor’s wife Janine step behind the camera for the first time.

On the front line: I’ve had dreams where I’ve seen myself on ventilators

On the front line: I’ve had dreams where I’ve seen myself on ventilators

Dr Zahid Chauhan was a part-time GP until coronavirus hit – now he is ‘on call more or less 24 hours’.

Greater testing capacity earlier would have reduced deaths, minister admits

Greater testing capacity earlier would have reduced deaths, minister admits

Transport Secretary Grant Shapps cautioned that life would not return to normal when the Prime Minister sets out an exit strategy this week.

Passenger plane brings 10m pairs of gloves for NHS

Passenger plane brings 10m pairs of gloves for NHS

The flight is the second to land at Bournemouth Airport with NHS supplies.

‘Don’t exclude healthy pensioners from lockdown easing’ say doctors’ leaders

‘Don’t exclude healthy pensioners from lockdown easing’ say doctors’ leaders

The BMA said any blanket ban based solely on age would be unacceptable and discriminatory

Covid-19 will make foreign travel very difficult – Sir Michael Palin

Covid-19 will make foreign travel very difficult – Sir Michael Palin

The travel writer said the UK contained ‘wonderful places’ for travellers to explore.

Details of Labour immigration policy to be set out ‘in due course’

Details of Labour immigration policy to be set out ‘in due course’

The party’s shadow home secretary Nick Thomas-Symonds was asked if Labour supports the continuation of the free of movement of people post-Brexit.

Great deal of logic in young children returning to school first – Ofsted boss

Great deal of logic in young children returning to school first – Ofsted boss

Amanda Spielman also said it is in the hands of the health experts to say what is safe and how education could be organised.

Testing and tracing ‘so important’ in easing lockdown, says Labour

Testing and tracing ‘so important’ in easing lockdown, says Labour

Shadow home secretary Nick Thomas-Symonds called for an increase in testing.

Public urged to support virtual ‘Wall of Remembrance’ to mark VE Day

Public urged to support virtual ‘Wall of Remembrance’ to mark VE Day

The coronavirus pandemic means this year’s commemorations have had to be cancelled or moved online.

From D-Day to VE Day – the final 336 days of World War Two in Europe

From D-Day to VE Day – the final 336 days of World War Two in Europe

A timeline of the key events between the Allied invasion of Europe in June 1944 and the declaration of victory in May 1945.

75th anniversary and coronavirus crisis ‘give VE Day greater cultural resonance’

75th anniversary and coronavirus crisis ‘give VE Day greater cultural resonance’

Social and cultural history expert Dr Robert James spoke to PA about the impact of VE Day then and now, and how it compares to Dunkirk and the Blitz.

VE Day 75 at home: how the UK will channel 1945 spirit in lockdown

VE Day 75 at home: how the UK will channel 1945 spirit in lockdown

The coronavirus lockdown has meant that hundreds of VE Day celebrations have had to be cancelled, so commemorations have moved online.

‘Raising a glass on VE Day anniversary can bring the nation together’

‘Raising a glass on VE Day anniversary can bring the nation together’

Pageant Master Bruno Peek has urged people to unite in honouring those who ‘gave so much to ensure that we enjoy the freedom we have today’.

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