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Johnny Depp accused of ‘serious’ breach of court order by The Sun lawyers

Johnny Depp accused of ‘serious’ breach of court order by The Sun lawyers

The actor is suing News Group Newspapers, The Sun’s publisher, over an April 2018 article which referred to Mr Depp as a ‘wife-beater’.

Man charged after father and two children died in Father’s Day collision

Man charged after father and two children died in Father’s Day collision

David Logan has been charged in connection with the collision, in which Joshua Flynn, 37, his son Coby-Jay, 15, and daughter Skylar, 12, died.

US tariff ‘bigger threat than coronavirus to whisky industry’

US tariff ‘bigger threat than coronavirus to whisky industry’

The Scotch Whisky Association’s chief executive told MPs the trade dispute could cause long-term damage.

Virgin Media says London broadband issue fixed

Virgin Media says London broadband issue fixed

Customers had reported being unable to get online on Thursday morning.

Brave boy finally flying home cancer-free after Singapore treatment

Brave boy finally flying home cancer-free after Singapore treatment

Oscar Saxelby-Lee and his parents travelled halfway round the world for groundbreaking therapy.

Facebook will tell users if they are about to share an old news article

Facebook will tell users if they are about to share an old news article

Effort to help people ‘make informed decisions’ about what they share online comes following concern from news publishers.

Governments ‘asleep at the wheel’ at start of pandemic, Labour leader claims

Governments ‘asleep at the wheel’ at start of pandemic, Labour leader claims

Sir Keir Starmer made the comment during an online question and answer session.

Brexit negotiator signals new round of talks will be tough

Brexit negotiator signals new round of talks will be tough

Mr Frost insisted that UK sovereignty over laws, courts, and fishing waters was ‘not up for discussion’.

What is happening with the development of coronavirus vaccines?

What is happening with the development of coronavirus vaccines?

A number of Covid-19 vaccines are being trialled in humans, with companies committing to manufacture doses at scale.

UK enjoys hottest day but people warned as crowds overwhelm beaches

UK enjoys hottest day but people warned as crowds overwhelm beaches

The temperature reached 33.3C at Heathrow Airport in west London on Thursday.

Tony Blair: UK was too slow to lock down in face of coronavirus

Tony Blair: UK was too slow to lock down in face of coronavirus

The former prime minister said he backed ‘effective and competent’ governments and was sympathetic to the problems going into the lockdown.

Lack of access to rapid coronavirus tests leaves surgeons unable to operate

Lack of access to rapid coronavirus tests leaves surgeons unable to operate

A survey found that just 10% of surgeons could get test results for surgical patients within eight hours.

Viagogo’s £3.2bn StubHub deal to face deeper probe over competition concerns

Viagogo’s £3.2bn StubHub deal to face deeper probe over competition concerns

The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) said on Thursday that it concluded the deal could “result in a substantial lessening of competition”.

Social distancing likely to be halved to one metre in Northern Ireland

Social distancing likely to be halved to one metre in Northern Ireland

Business owners have been pleading for the change and believe it could save thousands of jobs.

Officer recalls ‘gruesome’ moment he found body of colleague Pc Andrew Harper

Officer recalls ‘gruesome’ moment he found body of colleague Pc Andrew Harper

Three teenagers are on trial at the Old Bailey accused of murder over an incident in Berkshire last August.

Major regional theatre announces plans to half its workforce

Major regional theatre announces plans to half its workforce

The Theatre Royal in Newcastle is the latest venue to shed jobs during the lockdown.

Long-Bailey sacked by Starmer in anti-Semitism row

Long-Bailey sacked by Starmer in anti-Semitism row

The shadow education secretary was asked to step down after sharing an article containing an allegedly anti-Semitic conspiracy theory.

Council declares major incident as thousands flock to beaches

Council declares major incident as thousands flock to beaches

Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole council said extra police patrols and parking enforcement had to be laid on to deal with huge crowds.

Extending Brexit transition could harm post-pandemic recovery, Gove claims

Extending Brexit transition could harm post-pandemic recovery, Gove claims

The Cabinet Office minister has appeared before MSPs on the Scottish Parliament’s Europe Committee.

Huawei gets go-ahead for research facility near Cambridge

Huawei gets go-ahead for research facility near Cambridge

The centre will employ between 350 and 400 people, according to the planning application.

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