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Allowing indoors gatherings of six people on Stormont executive agenda

Allowing indoors gatherings of six people on Stormont executive agenda

Ministers will assess the latest scientific and medical evidence on the suppression of coronavirus in Northern Ireland.

Family recreate Glastonbury in their garden after the festival was cancelled

Family recreate Glastonbury in their garden after the festival was cancelled

The Rees family from Worcestershire are avid fans of the music festival and plan on still celebrating it this weekend.

American among victims in Reading park terror attack

American among victims in Reading park terror attack

A second victim has been named locally as Joe Ritchie-Bennett, originally from Philadelphia.

Don’t get too attached to Bank of England stimulus, governor warns

Don’t get too attached to Bank of England stimulus, governor warns

Andrew Bailey hinted that bonds might be sold off before interest rates rise again.

Second Reading terror victim named as US citizen Joe Ritchie-Bennett

Second Reading terror victim named as US citizen Joe Ritchie-Bennett

Mr Ritchie-Bennett reportedly moved to the UK 15 years ago and had been living and working in Reading.

Boris Johnson says he is ‘changing a lot of nappies during lockdown’

Boris Johnson says he is ‘changing a lot of nappies during lockdown’

Wilfred Lawrie Nicholas Johnson was born in the weeks following the Prime Minister’s discharge from intensive care.

Sadiq Khan: Windrush legacy must see end to ‘hostile environment’ for immigrants

Sadiq Khan: Windrush legacy must see end to ‘hostile environment’ for immigrants

The politician will join community leaders at a virtual event marking 72 years since the Empire Windrush arrived at Tilbury Docks in Essex.

Royal Mail will rock you with new stamps to celebrate Queen

Royal Mail will rock you with new stamps to celebrate Queen

Stamps feature images of some of their most popular album covers and live performances.

High Court battle over £800m of Venezuelan gold in Bank of England vaults

High Court battle over £800m of Venezuelan gold in Bank of England vaults

The Bank of England says it is ‘caught in the middle’ of rival claims by Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro and opposition leader Juan Guaido.

What the papers say – June 22

What the papers say – June 22

Most of the nation’s front pages lead with the terrorist attack that occurred in Reading on the weekend.

Driver arrested after three pedestrians killed in crash

Driver arrested after three pedestrians killed in crash

The 47-year-old man was held on suspicion of drink-driving and causing death by dangerous driving.

Man arrested over east Surrey attempted murder

Man arrested over east Surrey attempted murder

Enquiries are continuing after the alleged incident, police have said.

Boris Johnson discussing easing lockdown and two-metre rule with MPs

Boris Johnson discussing easing lockdown and two-metre rule with MPs

Guidance will be published for each sector on how businesses can reduce the spread of Covid-19 when they reopen in England.

Suspect known to MI5 held over terror knife attack in park that killed three

Suspect known to MI5 held over terror knife attack in park that killed three

Three people were killed and three injured in the attack in Reading’s Forbury Gardens on Saturday night.

Security guard tells how Reading terror attack suspect was held by police

Security guard tells how Reading terror attack suspect was held by police

Sydney McDonald says he was previously assaulted by the 25-year-old when hs tried to stop him from shoplifting

Safe dispersal of street party where two men were shot dead ‘unachievable’

Safe dispersal of street party where two men were shot dead ‘unachievable’

Senior officers opted not to break up the party as people crammed into a residential courtyard.

Appeal to trace further 12 people caught up in clashes at London protests

Appeal to trace further 12 people caught up in clashes at London protests

The individuals are suspected of offences including racial abuse and violence against the public and police officers.

Shortlists announced for £10,000 book prizes

Shortlists announced for £10,000 book prizes

The winners will be announced in August at the Edinburgh International Book Festival, taking place online this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Windrush generation working group will ‘right the wrongs’ of scandal, Patel says

Windrush generation working group will ‘right the wrongs’ of scandal, Patel says

The group, to be co-chaired by the Home Secretary Priti Patel, is part of efforts to help those affected by the scandal.

Police release images of 15 people following toppling of Edward Colston statue

Police release images of 15 people following toppling of Edward Colston statue

The statue was pulled down with ropes and thrown into the harbour on June 7.

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