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Coronavirus in Bucks: NHS Trust Deaths remain at 127

Coronavirus in Bucks: NHS Trust Deaths remain at 127

There have been no new coronavirus related deaths at Bucks Trust Hospitals in a week.
Wanted man believed to be in Aylesbury

Wanted man believed to be in Aylesbury

He is wanted for breaching licence conditions
Bucks roads some of safest in UK for children

Bucks roads some of safest in UK for children

Crash stats show county has one of the lowest injury & death rates for under16s.
Calls to protect Bucks' BAME teachers

Calls to protect Bucks' BAME teachers

Figures show 17% of teachers in the area identify at Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic.
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Coronavirus: Boris Johnson under fire over claim care homes 'didn't follow procedures'

Coronavirus: Boris Johnson under fire over claim care homes 'didn't follow procedures'

Boris Johnson's claim that "too many" care homes "didn't really follow the procedures" during the coronavirus crisis has been condemned as "neither accurate nor welcome" by industry bosses.
OnlyFans could be hit with bill for more than three years' worth of unpaid taxes

OnlyFans could be hit with bill for more than three years' worth of unpaid taxes

OnlyFans, a content subscription service popular with amateur pornographic models, could face a VAT bill covering more than three years' worth of uncollected taxes, Sky News has learnt.
Harry and Meghan: Commonwealth's 'uncomfortable' history must be acknowledged to move forward

Harry and Meghan: Commonwealth's 'uncomfortable' history must be acknowledged to move forward

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have said the Commonwealth's history must be acknowledged if we are to move forward in the future.
British Gymnastics: Claims athletes 'beaten into submission' amid 'culture of fear'

British Gymnastics: Claims athletes 'beaten into submission' amid 'culture of fear'

British gymnasts, including Olympians and elite competitors, claim the sport is riddled with cases of physical and emotional abuse with some suggesting their complaints about welfare issues weren't taken seriously by the governing body.
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JK Rowling criticised for 'condescending' and 'transphobic' tweets

JK Rowling criticised for 'condescending' and 'transphobic' tweets

JK Rowling is facing criticism after describing hormones and surgery for transgender people as "a new kind of conversion therapy".
Kasabian frontman Tom Meighan quits band over 'personal issues' - but assures fans he'll 'see you all very soon'

Kasabian frontman Tom Meighan quits band over 'personal issues' - but assures fans he'll 'see you all very soon'

Kasabian frontman Tom Meighan has left the band after struggling with "personal issues".
Rubens auction: '100 years of dirt and old varnish' removed to reveal 17th-century masterpiece

Rubens auction: '100 years of dirt and old varnish' removed to reveal 17th-century masterpiece

A painting could fetch millions of pounds at auction today after "100 years of dirt and old varnish" were removed - revealing it to be a 17th-century masterpiece.
Ennio Morricone: Composer of The Good, The Bad And The Ugly dies aged 91

Ennio Morricone: Composer of The Good, The Bad And The Ugly dies aged 91

Ennio Morricone, the Italian composer who wrote the iconic theme tune to The Good, The Bad And The Ugly, has died aged 91.
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Tottenham captain Hugo Lloris in furious half-time bust-up with Heung-Min Son against Everton

Tottenham captain Hugo Lloris in furious half-time bust-up with Heung-Min Son against Everton

Tottenham captain Hugo Lloris became embroiled in a furious bust-up with team-mate Heung-Min Son as they left the field for <a href='https://www.skysports.com/football/tottenham-vs-everton/live/408309'>half-time against Everton.</a>
British Gymnastics: Claims athletes 'beaten into submission' amid 'culture of fear'

British Gymnastics: Claims athletes 'beaten into submission' amid 'culture of fear'

British gymnasts, including Olympians and elite competitors, claim the sport is riddled with cases of physical and emotional abuse with some suggesting their complaints about welfare issues weren't taken seriously by the governing body.
Bianca Williams: Team GB sprinter suggests Met Police commissioner Cressida Dick should consider stepping down over stop and search

Bianca Williams: Team GB sprinter suggests Met Police commissioner Cressida Dick should consider stepping down over stop and search

Team GB sprinter Bianca Williams, who was stopped and searched in London last weekend, has suggested Met Police commissioner Cressida Dick should consider stepping down over the incident.
England confirm dates for summer games against Ireland and Pakistan

England confirm dates for summer games against Ireland and Pakistan

England have confirmed the dates for this summer's behind-closed-doors fixtures at home to Ireland and Pakistan and revealed talks are ongoing about rescheduling the white-ball series against Australia.
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Coronavirus: Stocks surge globally after biggest daily rise since 2015 in China

Coronavirus: Stocks surge globally after biggest daily rise since 2015 in China

Global stock markets have surged despite rising clusters of coronavirus infections threatening to derail economic recovery.
Coronavirus: Israel government reimposes lockdown measures after spike in cases

Coronavirus: Israel government reimposes lockdown measures after spike in cases

Israel's government has ordered the immediate closure of bars, gyms, nightclubs, swimming pools and event halls after a spike in coronavirus cases.
Black Lives Matter: Protester, 24, dies after being hit by car driven through crowds in Seattle

Black Lives Matter: Protester, 24, dies after being hit by car driven through crowds in Seattle

A protester has died after being hit by a car that drove through crowds of Black Lives Matter demonstrators marching peacefully in Seattle.
Hong Kong: China accuses the UK of 'gross interference' in its affairs

Hong Kong: China accuses the UK of 'gross interference' in its affairs

China has accused the UK of "trampling" on the basic norms of international relations - and said Britain's offer of citizenship for Hong Kongers is a "gross interference in China's internal affairs".
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Exotic frog found in bunch of bananas in Wales after 'remarkable' 5,000-mile trip

Exotic frog found in bunch of bananas in Wales after 'remarkable' 5,000-mile trip

An exotic frog has been discovered in a bunch of bananas after making a 5,000-mile journey from Colombia to south Wales.
Escaped boa constrictor found at allotment in Wales

Escaped boa constrictor found at allotment in Wales

Allotment holders in South Wales got the shock of their life when they discovered a 6ft (1.8-metre) boa constrictor among their vegetables.
Puppy given emergency operation after swallowing 10-inch stick

Puppy given emergency operation after swallowing 10-inch stick

A nine-month-old puppy had an emergency operation after swallowing a 10-inch stick half the length of its body.
Coronavirus: Taoiseach Leo Varadkar quotes Mean Girls during COVID-19 briefing

Coronavirus: Taoiseach Leo Varadkar quotes Mean Girls during COVID-19 briefing

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has proved he is something of a pop culture expert by quoting Mean Girls in his coronavirus news conference.
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