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Fears COVID-19 and flu could ruin NHS efforts to deal with backlog of patients
COVID-19 and respiratory illnesses could result in a "perfect storm" this winter, ruining plans to deal with the backlog of patients needing NHS care.
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Police urged to act after three-quarters of domestic abuse cases fail to end in charges
Police forces must review why a large number of domestic cases are being dropped, after victims faced greater risk during the pandemic, according to the police watchdog.
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UK reports 11,625 new COVID cases - highest since mid-February
The UK has reported 11,625 new COVID cases - the highest since mid-February - and 27 coronavirus-related deaths in the latest 24-hour period, according to government data.
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Education chiefs back campaign for school kids to sing One Britain One Nation anthem
The government has backed a campaign calling on school children to celebrate One Britain One Nation Day this week by singing a patriotic song.
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WHO 'concerned' at easing of restrictions after Wembley Euro 2020 capacity increased to 60,000
The World Health Organisation is "concerned" about lockdown restrictions easing in countries hosting Euro 2020 games, with fears around the number of fans allowed into stadiums.
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Scotland crash out of Euro 2020 after defeat to Croatia - while England top Group D
Scotland have been knocked out of Euro 2020 after losing 3-1 against Croatia and finishing bottom of Group D.
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