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China coronavirus: Anger among Britons stranded in epicentre Wuhan

China coronavirus: Anger among Britons stranded in epicentre Wuhan

Britons stranded in the epicentre of China's coronavirus outbreak have voiced anger at the UK government, saying they have heard "absolutely nothing" about how they can get to safety.
Mortgage approvals at their highest since 2009

Mortgage approvals at their highest since 2009

The number of mortgages approved last year was the highest in a decade, according to UK Finance.
'Global talent' visa: Scientists to be granted fast-track entry to UK after Brexit

'Global talent' visa: Scientists to be granted fast-track entry to UK after Brexit

Top scientists, researchers and mathematicians will get fast-track entry to the UK under a new scheme announced by Boris Johnson.
Meghan's father Thomas Markle vows to see Duchess of Sussex in court

Meghan's father Thomas Markle vows to see Duchess of Sussex in court

Thomas Markle has vowed to see his daughter Meghan in court in her legal case against the Mail on Sunday - as he claimed she and Prince Harry had "hurt" the Queen by their decision to step back from royal duties.
Deadly coronavirus may already be in UK - top doctor warns

Deadly coronavirus may already be in UK - top doctor warns

The deadly coronavirus that has killed 81 people in China is likely to already be in the UK, according to England's director for health protection.
Nearly 10,000 retail jobs lost this year as sector pins its hopes on 5G

Nearly 10,000 retail jobs lost this year as sector pins its hopes on 5G

Nearly 10,000 retail jobs have been lost since the start of this year, according to new research.
Duchess of Cambridge takes moving photos of 'life-affirming' Holocaust survivors

Duchess of Cambridge takes moving photos of 'life-affirming' Holocaust survivors

A man who endured Nazi concentration camps as a child is among the people photographed by the Duchess of Cambridge for an exhibition marking 75 years since the World War II genocide ended.
Police officer dies in single-vehicle crash on M6

Police officer dies in single-vehicle crash on M6

A 47-year-old police officer has died following a single-vehicle crash on the M6, Cumbria Constabulary has said.
Whistleblowers say public have been 'deceived' over cost of HS2

Whistleblowers say public have been 'deceived' over cost of HS2

Two HS2 whistle-blowers have told Sky News they feel there should be a public inquiry into the spiralling cost of HS2 and that the taxpayer has been deceived.
Near-misses on 'smart motorway' section of M25 up 20-fold, investigation finds

Near-misses on 'smart motorway' section of M25 up 20-fold, investigation finds

Near-misses on one of Britain's stretches of so-called "smart motorways" have increased 20-fold since the hard shoulder was taken away, it is claimed.
Hundreds warned they face eviction because of Grenfell-style cladding

Hundreds warned they face eviction because of Grenfell-style cladding

Hundreds of people living in tower blocks have been warned they could be evicted because of dangerous cladding, as the second phase of the public inquiry into the Grenfell Tower disaster begins.
Antisemitic graffiti daubed on buildings in southeast London ahead of Holocaust Memorial Day

Antisemitic graffiti daubed on buildings in southeast London ahead of Holocaust Memorial Day

Antisemitic and racist graffiti has been found on a bank and a takeaway in southeast London the day before Holocaust Memorial Day.
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