Dott. Giulio Perrotta
Dott. Giulio Perrotta

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BBC News - Home

Lockdown: Boris Johnson to announce 17 May changes for England (Mon, 10 May 2021)
Hugging is also on the cards, as the PM is due to confirm a relaxation of restrictions in England from 17 May.
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Deaths of people on benefits prompt inquiry call (Mon, 10 May 2021)
The Department for Work and Pensions has reviewed 150 cases where people died or came to serious harm.
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Mental health: Can you tell if someone is struggling? (Mon, 10 May 2021)
Coronavirus has affected many people in different ways - how would you react if someone needed support?
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Covid-19: Lockdown set to ease and suspected AZ vaccine-linked blood clots in NI (Mon, 10 May 2021)
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Monday morning.
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Mini umbrella firms costing UK taxpayer millions (Mon, 10 May 2021)
Tens of thousands of companies are being set up with Filipino directors to benefit from UK tax relief.
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Jerusalem violence: More clashes ahead of nationalist march (Mon, 10 May 2021)
Violence between Israeli police and Palestinians continues ahead of the annual Jerusalem Day march.
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Social care needs fixing now, council leaders tell chancellor (Mon, 10 May 2021)
Tuesday's Queens Speech is the time to act on social care reform, says cross-party group.
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US passes emergency waiver over fuel pipeline cyber-attack (Mon, 10 May 2021)
The US acts to keep fuel flowing after its largest pipeline was hit by a ransomware cyber-attack.
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New Zealand: At least four injured in supermarket stabbing (Mon, 10 May 2021)
The motive behind the attack is unclear but there is no indication it was a domestic terror event.
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Former Gogglebox star Scarlett Moffatt on the 'hope' offered by Samaritans (Mon, 10 May 2021)
The former Gogglebox star told BBC Breakfast about "horrific trolling" that led to her reaching out for help.
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Golden Globes controversy: Scarlett Johansson joins criticism (Sun, 09 May 2021)
The actress has backed a host of stars criticising the awards over how it is tackling discrimination.
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The Papers: 'Starmer swings axe', and 'darling hugs of May' (Mon, 10 May 2021)
Many of Monday's papers lead with Labour's reshuffle after the party's election losses in England.
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A glimpse of Charles Darwin's 'paradise' (Mon, 10 May 2021)
A new book explores the naturalist's lost childhood garden at The Mount in Shrewsbury.
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Covid-19 pandemic: Sex workers in Germany 'at risk' (Mon, 10 May 2021)
Sex workers in Germany say a countrywide ban on the industry forces many into poverty and danger.
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Meghan warns of pandemic impact on women (Sun, 09 May 2021)
The Duchess of Sussex speaks about the pandemic's impact on women.
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Sir David Attenborough: Problems that await greater than the epidemic (Mon, 10 May 2021)
The broadcaster calls on nations to act in agreement as he is appointed People's Advocate at COP26.
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Your pictures on the theme of 'outdoor art' (Sun, 09 May 2021)
A selection of striking images from our readers on this week's theme.
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Ian Cunningham: 'I'm 80 years old and still playing rugby' (Sun, 09 May 2021)
At 80 years old, Ian Cunningham is one of the oldest walking rugby players in the UK.
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'Our first day of freedom on American soil' (Sat, 08 May 2021)
Adrian Meza and his family from Nicaragua have just been released from detention by US border officials.
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India Covid: Kumbh Mela pilgrims turn into super-spreaders (Mon, 10 May 2021)
When millions turned up for the Hindu festival amid a coronavirus surge, many feared the worst.
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Covid: Refugee nurses are being fast-tracked into the NHS (Mon, 10 May 2021)
Walid Jarad fled persecution in Lebanon - now he's being trained to be a NHS nurse in Liverpool.
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The tech helping emergency responders save lives in the pandemic (Mon, 10 May 2021)
How technology has helped emergency responders save lives during the pandemic.
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Office or home? The pleasure and pain of lockdown working (Mon, 10 May 2021)
After a year of working from home, are you looking forward to getting back in the office or dreading it?
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Queen's Speech 2021: What can we expect? (Mon, 10 May 2021)
Social care, building safety and immigration are set to feature in government plans for the next year.
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Hvaldimir: Seeking sanctuary for whale dubbed a Russian spy (Mon, 10 May 2021)
A campaign to protect a mysterious beluga whale near Norway is gathering pace - but will it work?
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Why did a Nazi leader crash-land in Scotland? (Mon, 10 May 2021)
One of the most bizarre episodes of World War Two unfolded on a farm to the south of Glasgow on 10 May 1941.
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How a Nigerian scheme forged in war creates billionaires (Mon, 10 May 2021)
A Nigerian professor thinks this scheme should be taught across Africa to help tackle unemployment.
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McIlroy wins first title since 2019 (Mon, 10 May 2021)
Rory McIlroy ends his winless run by clinching the Wells Fargo Championship just six weeks after starting work with coach Pete Cowen.
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'Words cannot describe the hurt' - Allardyce suffers first Premier League relegation (Sun, 09 May 2021)
West Brom boss Sam Allardyce says "words cannot describe" how much it hurts to suffer his first relegation from the Premier League.
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Lilley beats White to claim World Seniors title (Mon, 10 May 2021)
David Lilley beats Jimmy White to win the World Seniors Snooker Championship title in Sheffield
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Man Utd must keep 'expert' Cavani (Mon, 10 May 2021)
Manchester United must try to keep veteran striker Edinson Cavani for another season because of what he can teach teenage forward Mason Greenwood as well as his goals, says MOTD2 pundit Alan Shearer
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Real Madrid 2-2 Sevilla: Real denied top spot in La Liga (Sun, 09 May 2021)
A late Diego Carlos own goal earns a point for Real Madrid against Sevilla as the defending champions are denied top spot in La Liga.
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2021 elections: What are the results in my area? (Thu, 06 May 2021)
National elections in Scotland and Wales and local elections in England took place on 6 May 2021.
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Election 2021: The four key takeaways in maps and charts (Sun, 09 May 2021)
What have we learned after a bumper crop of elections?
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Sir John Curtice: What the 2021 election results mean for the parties (Sun, 09 May 2021)
Prof Sir John Curtice says the ruling parties appear to have done well in Thursday's bumper crop of elections.
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Scottish independence: Could the Supreme Court rule on a referendum? (Sun, 09 May 2021)
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon wants a referendum on independence, but Boris Johnson does not.
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Analysis: Is the Green Party on the rise - and if so, why? (Sun, 09 May 2021)
Are the party's gains in Thursday's polls a flash in the pan or the start of something bigger, asks Chris Mason.
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Scottish election 2021: Results in maps and charts (Sun, 09 May 2021)
The picture across Scotland as the SNP win a fourth consecutive victory in the Scottish Parliament.
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Welsh election results 2021: What's the secret behind Labour's success? (Sat, 08 May 2021)
Labour's fortunes in Wales seem a world away from its troubles in England, what's going on?
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Elections results 2021: Andy Burnham re-elected as Greater Manchester mayor (Sat, 08 May 2021)
The Greater Manchester Mayor is the bookmakers' favourite to become the next Labour leader.
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Elections 2021: Labour insiders on Starmer, what went wrong and how to fix it (Fri, 07 May 2021)
Sir Keir Starmer took charge of Labour a year ago and has faced his first challenge at the polls.
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Scottish election results: The story so far (Fri, 07 May 2021)
The key results and moments from the first day of counting in the Holyrood election.
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Election results 2021: When will we know who has won? (Sat, 08 May 2021)
There could be a long wait for some results this year.
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Elections 2021: How to follow the results on the BBC (Fri, 30 Apr 2021)
Find out how to keep up to date with live election results on TV, radio, online and on social media.
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What to expect in Scottish election (Thu, 06 May 2021)
Scots have cast their votes, but they will not be counted until Friday and Saturday - when will the outcome be known?
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Covid: What's the roadmap for lifting lockdown? (Tue, 04 May 2021)
Northern Ireland is the latest part of the UK to lift some of the restrictions designed to stop the spread of Covid-19.
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Covid: Should I be working from home or going back to the office? (Wed, 05 May 2021)
As lockdown restrictions ease gradually across the UK, what are the rules about returning to work?
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Covid: What are the social distancing rules and the rule of six? (Wed, 05 May 2021)
Rules on hugging and social distancing in England are being reviewed.
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Which countries are on the green list for foreign holidays? (Fri, 07 May 2021)
A new "traffic light" system for travel classifies countries as green, amber or red.
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Covid: When will I get the vaccine? (Fri, 07 May 2021)
People 40 or over in England are now being offered a Covid vaccine as the rollout continues.
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Covid-19 in the UK: How many coronavirus cases are there in your area? (Sun, 09 May 2021)
Explore the data on coronavirus in the UK and find out how many cases there are in your area.
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Covid vaccine: How many people in the UK have been vaccinated so far? (Fri, 07 May 2021)
The logistics of vaccinating millions of people across the country, as more than 35 million people receive at least one dose.
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UK holidays: When and where can I go.... and who with? (Fri, 30 Apr 2021)
The rules on having a holiday in the UK have been relaxed - but restrictions remain.
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What is a Covid passport and what are the plans for the NHS app? (Fri, 07 May 2021)
The government is considering how people could prove they are unlikely to transmit Covid.
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Covid: What refund rights are there for holidays abroad? (Fri, 07 May 2021)
Quarantine-free overseas holidays will be possible after 17 May, but what rights do you have if plans or rules change?
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Covid: How do I get a lateral flow or PCR test? (Thu, 29 Apr 2021)
Everyone in England and Scotland is being encouraged to take rapid coronavirus tests regularly.
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BBC News - UK

Labour reshuffle: Anneliese Dodds out in Starmer's post-election reshuffle (Mon, 10 May 2021)
Shadow chancellor Anneliese Dodds is replaced by Rachel Reeves as Sir Keir Starmer changes his top team.
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Lockdown: Boris Johnson to announce 17 May changes for England (Mon, 10 May 2021)
Hugging is also on the cards, as the PM is due to confirm a relaxation of restrictions in England from 17 May.
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Social care needs fixing now, council leaders tell chancellor (Mon, 10 May 2021)
Tuesday's Queens Speech is the time to act on social care reform, says cross-party group.
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Mini umbrella firms costing UK taxpayer millions (Mon, 10 May 2021)
Tens of thousands of companies are being set up with Filipino directors to benefit from UK tax relief.
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Deaths of people on benefits prompt inquiry call (Mon, 10 May 2021)
The Department for Work and Pensions has reviewed 150 cases where people died or came to serious harm.
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Rescue operation to help whale stranded in Thames (Mon, 10 May 2021)
The whale, believed to be a baby Minke, was spotted in Richmond Lock yesterday evening and has since been moved.
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Covid: 'Miracle' baby born to Newport mum in coma (Mon, 10 May 2021)
Doctors were not sure Marriam Ahmad and her unborn daughter would survive after she was ventilated.
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Dangerous eBay listings can be removed by regulators (Mon, 10 May 2021)
A new set of tools will let some regulators pull items from sale on eBay without company approval.
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Covid: Drakeford set for Covid talks after Welsh election win (Mon, 10 May 2021)
Mark Drakeford returns to work after Labour's Welsh election win to consider easing lockdown rules.
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Election results 2021: Tracy Brabin elected West Yorkshire mayor (Sun, 09 May 2021)
Tracy Brabin says her victory is "an honour" she could not put into words.
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Rail disruption set to continue after train cracks found (Sun, 09 May 2021)
Rail firms GWR and LNER warn of issues on long-distance routes after cracks were found on some trains.
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Nicola Sturgeon tells PM referendum is case of 'when - not if' (Sun, 09 May 2021)
Scotland's first minister has spoken to Boris Johnson for the first time since the SNP's election victory.
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Analysis: Is the Green Party on the rise - and if so, why? (Sun, 09 May 2021)
Are the party's gains in Thursday's polls a flash in the pan or the start of something bigger, asks Chris Mason.
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Welsh election results 2021: What's the secret behind Labour's success? (Sat, 08 May 2021)
Labour's fortunes in Wales seem a world away from its troubles in England, what's going on?
>> Continua a leggere

Sir John Curtice: What the 2021 election results mean for the parties (Sun, 09 May 2021)
Prof Sir John Curtice says the ruling parties appear to have done well in Thursday's bumper crop of elections.
>> Continua a leggere

Election results 2021: When will we know who has won? (Sat, 08 May 2021)
There could be a long wait for some results this year.
>> Continua a leggere

2021 elections: What are the results in my area? (Thu, 06 May 2021)
National elections in Scotland and Wales and local elections in England took place on 6 May 2021.
>> Continua a leggere

Scottish election results 2021: The story so far (Fri, 07 May 2021)
The key results and moments from the first day of counting in the Holyrood election.
>> Continua a leggere

Elections 2021: How to follow the results on the BBC (Fri, 30 Apr 2021)
Find out how to keep up to date with live election results on TV, radio, online and on social media.
>> Continua a leggere

Office or home? The pleasure and pain of lockdown working (Mon, 10 May 2021)
After a year of working from home, are you looking forward to getting back in the office or dreading it?
>> Continua a leggere

Former Gogglebox star Scarlett Moffatt on the 'hope' offered by Samaritans (Mon, 10 May 2021)
The former Gogglebox star told BBC Breakfast about "horrific trolling" that led to her reaching out for help.
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Covid: Young people can be 'more spot prone' in masks (Mon, 10 May 2021)
Young people reflect on the pros and cons of wearing masks in school and college.
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Covid: Refugee nurses are being fast-tracked into the NHS (Mon, 10 May 2021)
Walid Jarad fled persecution in Lebanon - now he's being trained to be a NHS nurse in Liverpool.
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Sir David Attenborough: Problems that await greater than the epidemic (Mon, 10 May 2021)
The broadcaster calls on nations to act in agreement as he is appointed People's Advocate at COP26.
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Akala: Why we need more black, working class period drama (Sun, 09 May 2021)
Akala speaks to Radio 1 Newsbeat about filling the gaps in historical fiction.
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'I thought strokes only happened to elderly people' (Sun, 09 May 2021)
Three young stroke survivors share their stories to help raise awareness.
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Which countries are on the green list for foreign holidays? (Fri, 07 May 2021)
A new "traffic light" system for travel classifies countries as green, amber or red.
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Covid: What refund rights are there for holidays abroad? (Fri, 07 May 2021)
Quarantine-free overseas holidays will be possible after 17 May, but what rights do you have if plans or rules change?
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Covid and sleep: 'Why can't I sleep and why are my dreams so vivid?' (Sat, 08 May 2021)
Sleep experts say the pandemic and lockdowns have disrupted our daily routines, affecting our slumber.
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Covid: How have pro-wrestlers grappled with lockdown? (Sat, 08 May 2021)
After more than a year out of the ring and training gyms shut, what have performers been doing?
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Elections 2021: Labour insiders on Starmer, what went wrong and how to fix it (Fri, 07 May 2021)
Sir Keir Starmer took charge of Labour a year ago and has faced his first challenge at the polls.
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Harry Redknapp in EastEnders, and five other surprise celebrity TV cameos (Sat, 08 May 2021)
The ex-football manager is EastEnders' shock loan signing. Here are five other TV celebrity cameos.
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Online gambling: 'I stole £70,000 to feed my addiction' (Fri, 07 May 2021)
Young gambling addicts call for more support.
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Turner Prize honours art collectives who 'inspire change' (Fri, 07 May 2021)
After a year of closed galleries, the 2021 nominees are all groups who have all "inspired change".
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Train named after Great Escape hero who 'inspired Steve McQueen' (Fri, 07 May 2021)
Wing Cdr Ken Rees is said to have inspired Steve McQueen's character in the classic film.
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Disability and domestic abuse: 'No-one knows what is happening behind those walls' (Fri, 07 May 2021)
As cases of domestic abuse rise during lockdown, disabled victims can face particular challenges to escape their abusers.
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Rag 'n' Bone Man on fame, tattoos and fatherhood (Fri, 07 May 2021)
The star explains why his second album took so long, and how his son inspired a new face tattoo.
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Covid: Tips on hugging safely (Sun, 09 May 2021)
The advice not to hug might be lifted this month, so how safe is it?
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A glimpse of Charles Darwin's 'paradise' (Mon, 10 May 2021)
A new book explores the naturalist's lost childhood garden at The Mount in Shrewsbury.
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Ian Cunningham: 'I'm 80 years old and still playing rugby' (Sun, 09 May 2021)
At 80 years old, Ian Cunningham is one of the oldest walking rugby players in the UK.
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Scottish election 2021: The campaign and results in three minutes (Sun, 09 May 2021)
Take a look back at some of the main moments of a Scottish election like no other before.
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Covid: Green list destinations for England travel announced (Fri, 07 May 2021)
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps announces which countries people will be able to visit from 17 May.
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Green list countries: Portugal restaurant owner happy at English tourist return (Fri, 07 May 2021)
A restaurant owner in the Algarve, Portugal, shares his excitement about welcoming back English tourists.
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Scottish independence: Could the Supreme Court rule on a referendum? (Sun, 09 May 2021)
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon wants a referendum on independence, but Boris Johnson does not.
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Ulster Unionists to begin leadership process after Steve Aiken resigns (Mon, 10 May 2021)
Steve Aiken's resignation as UUP leader will take effect on Monday when he meets party colleagues.
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One person pulled from sea at Tywyn and airlifted to hospital (Sun, 09 May 2021)
The air ambulance flew the person to hospital after being pulled from sea off the west Wales coast.
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London elections 2021: Record number of mayoral votes rejected (Mon, 10 May 2021)
More than 114,000 first preference votes were rejected in the mayor of London election.
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BBC News - Business

Provident Financial withdraws from doorstep lending after 140 years (Mon, 10 May 2021)
The company blames "changing industry dynamics" for ending doorstep lending after 140 years.
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US passes emergency waiver over fuel pipeline cyber-attack (Mon, 10 May 2021)
The US acts to keep fuel flowing after its largest pipeline was hit by a ransomware cyber-attack.
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Cryptocurrency: Musk's SpaceX to launch dogecoin moon mission (Mon, 10 May 2021)
The value of the cryptocurrency has fallen sharply after Mr Musk called it a "hustle" on US TV.
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Office or home? The pleasure and pain of lockdown working (Mon, 10 May 2021)
After a year of working from home, are you looking forward to getting back in the office or dreading it?
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Rail disruption set to continue after train cracks found (Sun, 09 May 2021)
Rail firms GWR and LNER warn of issues on long-distance routes after cracks were found on some trains.
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Dangerous eBay listings can be removed by regulators (Mon, 10 May 2021)
A new set of tools will let some regulators pull items from sale on eBay without company approval.
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Wendy's: Burger giant plans return to the UK after 20 years (Sun, 09 May 2021)
The burger chain says it is planning to open 400 outlets, creating around 12,000 jobs over several years.
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Elon Musk reveals he has Asperger's on Saturday Night Live (Sun, 09 May 2021)
The 49-year-old Tesla CEO appeared as a guest host on the US comedy series Saturday Night Live.
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Covid: Travel firms reject 'overly cautious' green list (Sat, 08 May 2021)
The UK will be "left behind" if other countries open up travel more quickly, the industry says.
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Post Office scandal: Former staff contacted over prosecutions (Sat, 08 May 2021)
It is contacting former workers potentially caught up in the UK's most widespread miscarriage of justice.
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US jobs figures fall far short of expectations (Fri, 07 May 2021)
Employers hired 266,000 people last month, figures show, despite a $1.9tn stimulus package.
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Virgin Media customers left waiting longest on phone (Fri, 07 May 2021)
Virgin Media and Virgin Mobile had the longest average customer call waiting times, Ofcom has found.
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Furlough: Pair arrested over £3.4m job scheme fraud (Fri, 07 May 2021)
Officials freeze more than £6m held in bank accounts controlled by the man and woman from Bradford.
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Twitter adds 'tip jar' to pay for good tweeting (Fri, 07 May 2021)
Twitter launches a new payment feature for good tweets - but it comes with privacy concerns.
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British Airways owner IAG calls for action to restart flights (Fri, 07 May 2021)
The airline group says there is a "high level" of pent-up demand from passengers.
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'We are desperate to go travelling again' (Thu, 06 May 2021)
"Digital nomads" aim to get back to mobile working after Covid, with many countries wooing them.
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Back to work: 'We're not going back to the office' (Thu, 06 May 2021)
Tara Tomes of East Village PR firm in Birmingham explains why she's ditching the office.
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The company where colleagues decide your salary (Wed, 05 May 2021)
A software firm in Argentina is trying a radical experiment in employee transparency and democracy.
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Food giants respond to worries over packaging (Tue, 04 May 2021)
The phasing out of single-use plastics gathers pace with big companies adopting alternatives.
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Microchip shortage: Inside a factory racing to meet demand (Tue, 04 May 2021)
Katie Silver tours a microchip factory in Singapore racing to meet demand amid a global shortage.
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My Money: 'It feels like a luxury to shop for non-essential items' (Mon, 03 May 2021)
Social care worker Sarah takes us through her weekly spending as England's national lockdown lifts.
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BBC News - UK Politics

Labour reshuffle: Anneliese Dodds out in Starmer's post-election reshuffle (Mon, 10 May 2021)
Shadow chancellor Anneliese Dodds is replaced by Rachel Reeves as Sir Keir Starmer changes his top team.
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Lockdown: Boris Johnson to announce 17 May changes for England (Mon, 10 May 2021)
Hugging is also on the cards, as the PM is due to confirm a relaxation of restrictions in England from 17 May.
>> Continua a leggere

Queen's Speech 2021: What can we expect? (Mon, 10 May 2021)
Social care, building safety and immigration are set to feature in government plans for the next year.
>> Continua a leggere

Jonathon Seed: Conservative PCC candidate barred after offence emerges (Sun, 09 May 2021)
A Conservative spokesperson confirms Jonathon Seed will not take up the post if he wins the election.
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Nicola Sturgeon tells PM referendum is case of 'when - not if' (Sun, 09 May 2021)
Scotland's first minister has spoken to Boris Johnson for the first time since the SNP's election victory.
>> Continua a leggere

Election 2021: The four key takeaways in maps and charts (Sun, 09 May 2021)
What have we learned after a bumper crop of elections?
>> Continua a leggere

Analysis: Is the Green Party on the rise - and if so, why? (Sun, 09 May 2021)
Are the party's gains in Thursday's polls a flash in the pan or the start of something bigger, asks Chris Mason.
>> Continua a leggere

Election results 2021: Conservatives hurt Labour in its former heartlands (Sun, 09 May 2021)
Labour is swept aside in several former council strongholds but does better in mayoral races.
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Election results 2021: PM calls Covid recovery summit after SNP victory (Sun, 09 May 2021)
Nicola Sturgeon will take part - but tells Boris Johnson another referendum is a "matter of when - not if".
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Scottish independence: Could the Supreme Court rule on a referendum? (Sun, 09 May 2021)
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon wants a referendum on independence, but Boris Johnson does not.
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Sir John Curtice: What the 2021 election results mean for the parties (Sun, 09 May 2021)
Prof Sir John Curtice says the ruling parties appear to have done well in Thursday's bumper crop of elections.
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London elections: Sadiq Khan wins second term as mayor (Sun, 09 May 2021)
The former MP will serve for another three years after beating Conservative rival Shaun Bailey.
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Welsh election results 2021: Mark Drakeford set to stay as first minister (Sat, 08 May 2021)
Mark Drakeford is set to stay as first minister after Labour won the most Senedd election seats.
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Scottish election 2021: Nicola Sturgeon celebrates 'historic' SNP election win (Sun, 09 May 2021)
The SNP won 64 seats in the Scottish Parliament - one more than last time but one short of a majority.
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Welsh election 2021: First woman of colour elected to Welsh Parliament (Sat, 08 May 2021)
Natasha Asghar hopes to inspire others and said the Senedd should reflect "more diverse communities".
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Elections results 2021: Andy Burnham re-elected as Greater Manchester mayor (Sat, 08 May 2021)
The Greater Manchester Mayor is the bookmakers' favourite to become the next Labour leader.
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Elections 2021: Andy Street stays as West Midlands mayor (Sat, 08 May 2021)
The Tory incumbent beats Labour's Liam Byrne to retain the position he has held for four years.
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Elections 2021: Labour's Dan Norris gains West of England mayor seat (Sat, 08 May 2021)
The former Labour MP will replace Conservative Tim Bowles who is retiring after four years.
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Elections 2021: Conservatives hail historic Labour defeat in Hartlepool by-election (Fri, 07 May 2021)
Sir Keir Starmer promises to fix Labour's trust problem after constituency elects its first Tory MP.
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Elections 2021: Labour's deputy leader Angela Rayner sacked as party chair (Sun, 09 May 2021)
Angela Rayner has also been removed as campaign coordinator following Labour's poor election results.
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Steve Aiken resigns as Ulster Unionist leader (Sat, 08 May 2021)
It is understood frustration with his leadership has been growing across all levels of the party.
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Scottish election 2021: Liberal Party member suspended over Yousaf confrontation (Fri, 07 May 2021)
The man had been questioning SNP MSP Humza Yousaf about events in Pakistan at a count.
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Lobbying row: David Cameron and Lex Greensill to be grilled by MPs (Fri, 07 May 2021)
The former PM and the Australian financier he worked for are at the centre of a row about lobbying.
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Sturgeon calls out 'fascist' candidate in tense confrontation (Thu, 06 May 2021)
The SNP leader was confronted by former deputy leader of Britain First Jayda Fransen outside a polling station.
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UK economy set to grow at fastest rate in more than 70 years (Thu, 06 May 2021)
Economy expected to grow by 7.25% in 2021 as lockdown restrictions are eased, says Bank of England.
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French fishermen leave Jersey after post-Brexit rights protest (Thu, 06 May 2021)
The fishermen remain unhappy despite a Jersey official saying talks over access rights were "positive".
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Brexit: Michel Barnier diaries outline struggles with DUP (Thu, 06 May 2021)
The former EU Brexit negotiator claims Arlene Foster and Diane Dodds 'don't like each other and it shows'.
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Brexit: UK gives EU ambassador full diplomatic status (Wed, 05 May 2021)
Joao Vale de Almeida will be immune from taxation or prosecution, as with officials from sovereign nations.
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Covid: Black leaders fear racist past feeds mistrust in vaccine (Thu, 06 May 2021)
Mistrust and inequality may explain why vaccine take-up is lower in the black community, say campaigners.
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Elections 2021: Car boot used as polling station (Thu, 06 May 2021)
The regular venue in Oxford could not be opened on time after a church warden "overslept".
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Troubles: Unilateral move by UK on veterans would 'breach trust' (Fri, 07 May 2021)
Political parties have reacted with anger to UK proposals to ban Troubles-era prosecutions.
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Windrush victim wins court fight over application fees for family (Thu, 06 May 2021)
The Home Office says it is reviewing its policies for situations on application fees for relatives.
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DUP leadership: Three candidates for DUP deputy leader (Thu, 06 May 2021)
Gregory Campbell MP and MLAs Paul Frew and Paula Bradley are in the running.
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UK service sector growth hits seven-year high (Thu, 06 May 2021)
The UK's dominant services sector rebounded in April as lockdown restrictions were eased.
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Antony Blinken: US tells Russia to cease 'reckless and aggressive actions' (Thu, 06 May 2021)
The US secretary of state calls for Russia to cease "reckless" actions at the Ukrainian border.
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Covid: Indian delegates in UK for G7 talks self-isolate after Covid cases (Wed, 05 May 2021)
The foreign minister - who met Home Secretary Priti Patel on Tuesday - will carry out meetings virtually.
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Covid: MPs want law to protect care home visiting rights (Wed, 05 May 2021)
It is "unacceptable" some care home providers are not following government guidance, a new report says.
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Oscar and Grammy winners to be offered fast track UK visas (Wed, 05 May 2021)
Immigration reforms are intended to encourage the "best and brightest" to the UK, say officials.
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French power threat in Jersey fishing row is 'unacceptable' (Wed, 05 May 2021)
The UK government reacts to a French threat to cut electricity supplies to Jersey.
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G7: PM and Blinken discuss 'close alignment' of UK-US foreign policy (Tue, 04 May 2021)
The meeting comes as G7 nations hold their first in-person talks in two years, amid Covid rules.
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UK and India agree to let more young people in (Tue, 04 May 2021)
Up to 3,000 18 to 30-year-olds a year to be allowed to work in each other's countries under a new deal.
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Brexit: Edwin Poots threatens legal action over NI Protocol (Tue, 04 May 2021)
The agriculture minister says a senior barrister has been instructed to examine the NI Protocol.
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Michael Gove: 'Opportunity for our governments to cooperate' (Sun, 09 May 2021)
Michael Gove says the focus now has to be how politicians can work together to focus on recovery from the pandemic.
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Election 2021: Starmer wrong to 'scapegoat' Rayner (Sun, 09 May 2021)
Labour MP John McDonnell said it was a huge mistake to sack the party's campaign co-ordinator Angela Rayner.
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Sadiq Khan 'humbled' by re-election (Sun, 09 May 2021)
Labour's Sadiq Khan wins a second term as London mayor, pledging to "help build a better and brighter future".
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Scottish election 2021: The campaign and results in three minutes (Sun, 09 May 2021)
Take a look back at some of the main moments of a Scottish election like no other before.
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Andy Burnham: 'End the London-centric Labour Party' (Sat, 08 May 2021)
The re-elected Mayor of Greater Manchester says Labour has lost its "emotional connection" with people.
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Elections 2021: Labour insiders on Starmer, what went wrong and how to fix it (Fri, 07 May 2021)
Sir Keir Starmer took charge of Labour a year ago and has faced his first challenge at the polls.
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Election results 2021: When will we know who has won? (Sat, 08 May 2021)
There could be a long wait for some results this year.
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Elections 2021: How to follow the results on the BBC (Fri, 30 Apr 2021)
Find out how to keep up to date with live election results on TV, radio, online and on social media.
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Levelling up and Boris Johnson's agenda (Fri, 07 May 2021)
Levelling up was one of Prime Minister Boris Johnson's most-used terms of the 2019 election campaign.
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2021 elections: What are the results in my area? (Thu, 06 May 2021)
National elections in Scotland and Wales and local elections in England took place on 6 May 2021.
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Scottish election results 2021: The story so far (Fri, 07 May 2021)
The key results and moments from the first day of counting in the Holyrood election.
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Scottish election results 2021: When will we know the results? (Thu, 06 May 2021)
Scots have cast their votes, but they will not be counted until Friday and Saturday - when will the outcome be known?
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Compare party policies in Wales (Thu, 22 Apr 2021)
Compare where the parties stand on key issues - from Covid-19 and the NHS to education and the environment.
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2021 elections: A simple guide to the Scottish, Welsh and local elections (Thu, 29 Apr 2021)
A bumper crop of elections are being held on 6 May across England, Scotland and Wales.
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Are voters warming to the local elections? (Wed, 05 May 2021)
Millions go to the polls on Thursday, leaving the big parties with much to think about.
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Your guide to English council elections (Fri, 16 Apr 2021)
Your introduction to the local council elections taking place on 6 May.
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Where do the parties stand in Scotland? (Thu, 22 Apr 2021)
Compare where the parties stand on key issues - from Covid-19 and the NHS to education and the environment.
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Scottish election 2021: Fact-checking the leaders' debate (Wed, 05 May 2021)
The five leaders of Scotland's larger parties debated tax, the pandemic and social care in the final televised debate before election day.
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PMQs: Five Boris Johnson claims fact-checked (Wed, 28 Apr 2021)
Investigating claims about flat renovations, vaccines and misleading statements.
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DUP: Who are the leadership contenders? (Thu, 29 Apr 2021)
BBC News NI looks at three names being tipped as possible successors to Arlene Foster.
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Downing Street flat: What are the rules about political donations? (Wed, 28 Apr 2021)
Boris Johnson is under mounting pressure over the funding of his Downing Street flat renovations.
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Senedd 2021: What happened to Labour's 'red wall' in Wales? (Fri, 30 Apr 2021)
The former Labour stronghold fell to the Conservatives in the 2019 general election.
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Former Hartlepool hits - purple powder and the Hokey Cokey (Tue, 04 May 2021)
Hartlepool's last by-election in 2004 was a colourful affair and full of characters.
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Scottish election 2021: Five unknowns which could decide the race (Thu, 29 Apr 2021)
How could turnout, the pandemic, smaller parties and key constituency races affect the Holyrood result?
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Nothing certain as Hartlepool election looms (Wed, 28 Apr 2021)
The traditional political rule about governments losing by-elections do not seem to count for much now.
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Lobbying row: Why ministers have two mobile phones (Fri, 23 Apr 2021)
Critics say ministerial messaging desperately needs regulation - but not everyone agrees.
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Scottish election 2021: Can unionists block another independence referendum? (Thu, 22 Apr 2021)
In the second of two Scottish election pieces, we look at the parties opposing another vote on independence.
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European Super League: Why Johnson and Starmer dived into the row (Wed, 21 Apr 2021)
Loads of people hated the European Super League. Here's why politicians did.
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Greensill: What is the David Cameron lobbying row about? (Fri, 23 Apr 2021)
Why former PM David Cameron is being investigated over his links with a controversial financier.
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Line of Duty: Who is the Ted Hastings of Westminster? (Thu, 15 Apr 2021)
The Line of Duty references have been flying thick and fast as MPs argue over the lobbying row.
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Unite contest: Who's running and what's at stake? (Wed, 14 Apr 2021)
Iain Watson looks at the candidates to succeed Len McCluskey as leader of the union.
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Stop treating rough sleepers as vagrants, say MPs (Wed, 14 Apr 2021)
The 1824 Vagrancy Act must be repealed to help deal with homelessness, ministers are told.
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Where do Scots parties stand in opinion polls? (Tue, 13 Apr 2021)
Prof Sir John Curtice looks at what the polls tell us about the Holyrood election race so far.
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Shirley Williams: Pioneer who tried to reshape politics (Mon, 12 Apr 2021)
An obituary of the former Labour cabinet minister, one of the SDP "Gang of Four" who became a Lib Dem peer.
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Greensill: The questions still facing David Cameron (Mon, 12 Apr 2021)
The ex-prime minister's post-Downing Street business career is coming under increased scrutiny.
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Analysis: What is Brexit doing to Northern Ireland? (Fri, 09 Apr 2021)
Anger over post-Brexit trading rules is a factor in the violence that has erupted, writes Adam Fleming.
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Scottish election 2021: Will the suspension of campaigning affect the Holyrood vote? (Tue, 13 Apr 2021)
Holyrood election campaigning is to resume but will the suspension have any impact on the election?
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Scottish election 2021: Will there be a record number of female MSPs? (Fri, 09 Apr 2021)
A new crop of MSPs will be elected on 6 May - but how well will they reflect the population voting for them?
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Race report: Was controversy part of the plan? (Sat, 03 Apr 2021)
How the government handled the release of a contentious report on racial disparity in the UK.
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How tampon tax, hedgerows and sanctions have changed since Brexit (Wed, 31 Mar 2021)
Tampon tax, hedgerows and sanctions: what's changed since Brexit?
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Should airports be allowed to expand? (Thu, 01 Apr 2021)
Climate change: Should aviation be allowed to expand?
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Keeping Parliament clean in a pandemic (Sun, 28 Mar 2021)
The team making sure the Palace of Westminster is spick and span describes a year like no other.
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Covid: Do all tier 3 area workers get 80% of their wages? (Wed, 21 Oct 2020)
The prime minister claims workers will get 80% of their wages. Will they?
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BBC News - Science & Environment

Chinese rocket debris crashes into Indian Ocean - state media (Sun, 09 May 2021)
Most of the Chinese Long March-5b rocket reportedly disintegrated as it re-entered the atmosphere.
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Chernobyl alcohol drink seized by authorities (Sat, 08 May 2021)
The first batch of a spirit made with ingredients grown in the Chernobyl exclusion zone is seized.
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Rare fish set for return to River Severn breeding grounds (Fri, 07 May 2021)
One of the UK's rarest fish is set to benefit from a conservation project to unlock the River Severn.
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Report: China emissions exceed all developed nations combined (Fri, 07 May 2021)
The country is responsible for 27% of global greenhouse gas emissions, according to a new report.
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Road and rail building plans under review after Covid (Thu, 06 May 2021)
Post-pandemic shifts in travel habits could undermine the logic behind many infrastructure projects.
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Cutting methane gas 'crucial for climate fight' (Thu, 06 May 2021)
Reducing methane emissions needs to play a much more important role in tackling global warming.
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Income inequality 'drives global wildlife trade' (Wed, 05 May 2021)
Some 420 million wild animals have been traded in 226 nations over two decades, new data suggests.
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Ancient child grave was Africa's earliest funeral (Wed, 05 May 2021)
A young child buried in a cave 78,000 years ago is the earliest known funeral in Africa.
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UK supermarkets warn Brazil over Amazon land bill (Wed, 05 May 2021)
Almost 40 UK companies say proposed laws could accelerate deforestation in the Amazon region.
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Then and Now: Restoring coral reefs in Indonesia (Wed, 05 May 2021)
Around 40,000 sq m of coral reef has been restored in Indonesia with plans to extend the scheme further.
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Climate change: Promises will mean rise of 2.4C - study (Tue, 04 May 2021)
Recent climate change pledges bring the world a fraction closer to Paris goals, analysis suggests.
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Pétrus wine aged in space up for sale at Christie's (Wed, 05 May 2021)
Christie's predicts the bottle of Pétrus 2000 that orbited the earth could sell for $1m (£720,000).
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Mary Rose crew was ethnically diverse, study finds (Wed, 05 May 2021)
A study suggests members may have come from southern European coasts, Iberia, and North Africa.
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Norwich peregrine falcons caught in battle with red kite (Tue, 04 May 2021)
The peregrines distract and dive-bomb the kite to protect their chicks in their cathedral nest.
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Wood burners: Sale of coal and wet wood restricted in England (Sat, 01 May 2021)
Owners of wood burners and open fires will need to burn cleaner alternatives as new rules come into force.
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How rising sea levels are threatening my home (Mon, 03 May 2021)
Hereiti, 17, lives on Rarotonga, the largest of the Cook Islands in the South Pacific Ocean.
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Carbon: How calls for climate justice are shaking the world (Mon, 03 May 2021)
Young activists are breathing new life into the long-running debate over how to cut carbon fairly.
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Then and now: When silence descended over Victoria Falls (Sun, 02 May 2021)
Victoria Falls is one of the natural wonders of the world, yet in 2019, it fell silent.
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Accident leaves deep sea mining machine stranded (Wed, 28 Apr 2021)
A prototype deep sea mining machine is lying stranded on the floor of the Pacific Ocean.
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Do you know where plastic waste in the oceans is coming from? (Sat, 01 May 2021)
The Ocean Cleanup suggests plastic pollution comes from more rivers in the world than previously thought.
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They are killing our forest, Brazilian tribe warns (Thu, 29 Apr 2021)
The Awa, who have been called "the most threatened tribe on earth", face fresh challenges in Brazil.
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Nasa astronauts splash-land on Earth in SpaceX capsule after ISS mission (Sun, 02 May 2021)
This was the first night-time landing for Nasa astronauts since Apollo 8's return 53 years ago.
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Apollo 11 astronaut Michael Collins dies at 90 (Wed, 28 Apr 2021)
Michael Collins stayed in orbit as Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin walked on the Moon in 1969.
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China launches first module of new space station (Thu, 29 Apr 2021)
It's a major step in China's ambitions to rival the United States and Russia in space exploration.
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Mars Ingenuity helicopter mission extended by Nasa (Fri, 30 Apr 2021)
Nasa is so pleased with the success of the Ingenuity helicopter, it is extending its mission.
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US Dragon spaceship arrives at International Space Station (Sat, 24 Apr 2021)
SpaceX's Dragon Endeavour spacecraft has docked with the International Space Station.
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Space junk map tracks 200 ‘ticking time bombs’ (Mon, 26 Apr 2021)
Large defunct rocket bodies have the potential to break into thousands of pieces, threatening functioning satellites that provide vital services like GPS.
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Nasa successfully flies small helicopter on Mars (Mon, 19 Apr 2021)
The Ingenuity drone completes the first powered, controlled flight by an aircraft on another world.
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Russia plans its own space station in 2025 (Tue, 20 Apr 2021)
The International Space Station is nearing the end of its life and Russia is working on a new module.
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Nasa chooses SpaceX to build Moon lander (Sat, 17 Apr 2021)
SpaceX will build a lander that the US space agency will use to return humans to the Moon this decade.
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India Covid: How bad is the second wave? (Fri, 07 May 2021)
There are signs infections have slowed in some regions - but is India past the worst?
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Why is this the 'most instagrammable' bird? (Sat, 01 May 2021)
How a study designated the rare, odd-looking frogmouth the most instagrammable of avian species.
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Food giants respond to worries over packaging (Tue, 04 May 2021)
The phasing out of single-use plastics gathers pace with big companies adopting alternatives.
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The salmon you buy in the future may be farmed on land (Mon, 26 Apr 2021)
A giant fish farm in Florida is rearing salmon for the US market in a huge indoor facility.
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Coffee waste: Companies offer up new solutions (Thu, 22 Apr 2021)
A new crop of coffee companies have solutions to cut waste in their industry.
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Sir David Attenborough's new doc: 'Humans are intruders' (Thu, 15 Apr 2021)
Sir David Attenborough fronts a new documentary on lockdown's effect on the natural world.
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The best climate solution you've never heard of (Mon, 19 Apr 2021)
Meet the teams who track down and destroy hidden sources of greenhouse gases.
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Climate Check, from BBC Weather (Tue, 13 Apr 2021)
With record high CO2 levels and destructive tornadoes, Ben Rich has more on extreme weather around the globe this spring.
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Would you wear 'Iron Man' body armour? (Mon, 12 Apr 2021)
The market for exoskeletons - high-tech external body support systems - is tipped to grow strongly.
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BBC News - Technology

US passes emergency waiver over fuel pipeline cyber-attack (Mon, 10 May 2021)
The US acts to keep fuel flowing after its largest pipeline was hit by a ransomware cyber-attack.
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Dangerous eBay listings can be removed by regulators (Mon, 10 May 2021)
A new set of tools will let some regulators pull items from sale on eBay without company approval.
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Cryptocurrency: Musk's SpaceX to launch dogecoin moon mission (Mon, 10 May 2021)
The value of the cryptocurrency has fallen sharply after Mr Musk called it a "hustle" on US TV.
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TripAdvisor sorry for Auschwitz review error (Fri, 07 May 2021)
TripAdvisor initially found nothing wrong with a death camp review containing a gas chamber "joke".
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Twitter adds 'tip jar' to pay for good tweeting (Fri, 07 May 2021)
Twitter launches a new payment feature for good tweets - but it comes with privacy concerns.
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Virgin Media customers left waiting longest on phone (Fri, 07 May 2021)
Virgin Media and Virgin Mobile had the longest average customer call waiting times, Ofcom has found.
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IBM 2nm chip breakthrough claims more power with less energy (Thu, 06 May 2021)
Next-gen processor tech gives more performance with less energy use, IBM claims.
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Trump social media: Twitter suspends account sharing ex-president's posts (Fri, 07 May 2021)
The social media platform said the account was trying to evade Mr Trump's Twitter ban
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BT Smart Hub 2 router 'disrupting' home networks (Thu, 06 May 2021)
Users say they are being forced to choose between range or speed, or face an unusable network.
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No full-time return to the office for over a million (Thu, 06 May 2021)
Almost all of 50 big UK firms tell the BBC staff will divide their time between home and office in future.
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Millions at security risk from old routers, Which? warns (Thu, 06 May 2021)
Research by Which? looked at a selection of older routers still being used by customers.
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Twitter tells users to be nice and think twice before replying (Thu, 06 May 2021)
The social media platform will prompt users to review "potentially harmful or offensive" replies.
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Father calls for pornography sites to require proof of age (Wed, 05 May 2021)
A father and an Oxford student seek a High Court hearing to require age verification on porn sites.
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Robot learns to brush hair and other tech news (Fri, 07 May 2021)
LJ Rich looks at some of the best technology news stories of the week.
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Gates divorce: Business 'as usual' for foundation (Tue, 04 May 2021)
The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation is likely to continue as now, Dr Beth Breeze says.
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Microchip shortage: Inside a factory racing to meet demand (Tue, 04 May 2021)
Katie Silver tours a microchip factory in Singapore racing to meet demand amid a global shortage.
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Huawei Mate X2: Mastering the folding phone formula (Mon, 03 May 2021)
Huawei has revealed the third iteration of its folding phone, taking inspiration from Samsung.
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Ransomware victims urged to go to police (Fri, 30 Apr 2021)
Using malicious software gangs encrypt an organisation's data and then demand money to restore it.
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The tech helping emergency responders save lives in the pandemic (Mon, 10 May 2021)
How technology has helped emergency responders save lives during the pandemic.
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Taking an invention from idea to the marketplace (Fri, 07 May 2021)
Lockdown spurred many people to invent new products, but how did they get to market?
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'I was terrible at crosswords so I built an AI to do them' (Mon, 03 May 2021)
Dr Fill , a computer program, has just won one of the most prestigious crossword competitions in the US.
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Food giants respond to worries over packaging (Tue, 04 May 2021)
The phasing out of single-use plastics gathers pace with big companies adopting alternatives.
>> Continua a leggere

Grab: How an Uber killer became a powerful Asian super-app (Mon, 03 May 2021)
South East Asian taxi firm Grab is becoming one of Asia's most powerful financial super-apps
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The ransomware surge ruining lives (Fri, 30 Apr 2021)
A coalition is calling for action from governments as victims describe crippling cyber-attacks.
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