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Harry and Meghan to celebrate son Archie’s first birthday

Harry and Meghan to celebrate son Archie’s first birthday

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have made Los Angeles their home and are expected to mark their son’s big day in the City of Angels.

Top Old Bailey judge heralds brave new world in criminal justice

Top Old Bailey judge heralds brave new world in criminal justice

Mark Lucraft has been appointed Recorder of London.

Final supermoon of 2020 set to grace skies over UK

Final supermoon of 2020 set to grace skies over UK

The flower moon will appear bigger and brighter on Thursday.

Fossil believed to show squid-like creature attacking fish 200 million years ago

Fossil believed to show squid-like creature attacking fish 200 million years ago

It is thought the position of the creature’s arms and the body of the fish point to it being the recording of an event from the Sinemurian period.

How will the Covid-19 pandemic change our cities?

How will the Covid-19 pandemic change our cities?

Potential solutions ranging from self-cleaning door handles to road-pricing to building hygiene tests.

In Pictures: Archie’s first year

In Pictures: Archie’s first year

Harry and Meghan’s son, who is still seventh in line to the throne, was born on May 6 2019.

What the papers say- May 6

What the papers say- May 6

The resignation of a key Government adviser who breached lockdown restrictions dominates the nation’s front pages.

‘Look at the alternative’ to lockdown, says woman whose brothers died with virus

‘Look at the alternative’ to lockdown, says woman whose brothers died with virus

Olume Ivowi and Isi Ivowi died within two weeks of each other last month.

Key scientist quits Sage after admitting ‘error of judgment’ on distancing

Key scientist quits Sage after admitting ‘error of judgment’ on distancing

Professor Neil Ferguson resigned after a breach of social distancing rules involving a woman said to be his lover.

PM to face Starmer after UK Covid-19 death toll becomes highest in Europe

PM to face Starmer after UK Covid-19 death toll becomes highest in Europe

Boris Johnson will take part in PMQs for the first time since returning to work after his coronavirus recovery.

War veteran plans VE Day charity walk to save ex-soldiers’ club

War veteran plans VE Day charity walk to save ex-soldiers’ club

George Sutherland is hoping to raise money to help save Talbot House, an everyman club, that has been forced to close amid the pandemic.

Man charged with aggravated burglary at home where boy was shot

Man charged with aggravated burglary at home where boy was shot

The boy is in a serious but stable condition, police said.

Swann favours single contact-tracing app across UK and Ireland

Swann favours single contact-tracing app across UK and Ireland

Stormont’s health minister said it was important to account for movements north and south, east and west.

Queen discusses Covid-19 response during phone call with Australian PM

Queen discusses Covid-19 response during phone call with Australian PM

The Queen sent her best wishes to all Australians when she spoke to Scott Morrison on Tuesday.

Key scientist quits Sage after admitting ‘error of judgment’ on distancing

Key scientist quits Sage after admitting ‘error of judgment’ on distancing

Professor Neil Ferguson’s research with Imperial College London colleagues warned that 250,000 people could die in the UK without drastic action.

Woman arrested after elderly man dies in Co-op stabbings

Woman arrested after elderly man dies in Co-op stabbings

The woman was arrested on suspicion of murder after one man died and three others were injured after being stabbed in Pen Y Graig, Rhondda Valley.

What will contact tracing look like across the UK?

What will contact tracing look like across the UK?

The four regions of the UK have each announced their own plans for contact tracing in the coronavirus crisis.

Tributes paid to two London healthcare workers who died with Covid-19

Tributes paid to two London healthcare workers who died with Covid-19

NHS workers Jennie Sablayan and Afua Fofie died after testing positive for coronavirus.

South Korea’s contact tracing is a ‘fine example’ for UK, key adviser says

South Korea’s contact tracing is a ‘fine example’ for UK, key adviser says

Deputy chief scientific adviser Professor Dame Angela McLean said the Government should look to Seoul for having brought coronavirus under control.

Opening all schools would lead to risk of second coronavirus spike – Dominic Raab

Opening all schools would lead to risk of second coronavirus spike – Dominic Raab

The Government is looking at a ‘phased approach’ as Dominic Raab said the evidence warned against reopening all schools.

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