Health service staff were excluded from the recently-announced wage increase for around 900,000 public sector workers.
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“These doctors started early during the acute phase of the pandemic and their dedication has been second to none."
He warned “there is hardship ahead for many people” as he again ruled out extending the jobs retention scheme.
The Japanese-owned MV Wakashio was carrying nearly 4,000 tons of fuel when it ran aground two weeks ago, and cracks have appeared in its hull.
The Liverpool Mayor has labelled Nigel Farage a 'substitute for a human being'
Former home secretary Jack Straw said such a move risks potentially fatal capsizings.
A new Government scheme will assist companies in processing the extra red tape required to move goods into Northern Ireland from the rest of the UK.
Labour’s deputy leader Angela Rayner called on Downing Street to publish the evidence.
The 2017 election was narrowly contested and resulted in a hung parliament.
Cabin crew, engineers and airport staff are among those receiving letters from the airline telling them whether or not they are being made redundant.
Activists slammed 'irresponsible' English tourists putting the attempts to contain the virus in Scotland at risk.
“There were at least five different people potentially from five different parts of the country who all came together in one household and who were clearly breaking social distancing rules.
The US president was speaking during a visit to washing machine manufacturer Whirlpool in Ohio.
The authority said the pandemic had already cost it nearly £9 million. But the government, it added, has only offered the council £1.3 million to help plug the gap.
The decision has been branded as a “display of elitism” and an “obtuse gesture” by baffled faculty members.
“I was shocked when I saw it - I really was. I didn’t think parents would risk bringing their children across the Channel so young."
Faith in the UK Government to handle the Covid-19 pandemic effectively fell sharply after news of the lockdown breach broke, research by UCL found.
Dave and Clare Edwards told the Daily Mirror they saw the adviser near Durham the weekend after he had returned to work in London.
Local teams more successful in Test and Trace than call centres and online
The news report featured on the BBC News Channel and local news programme Points West last week.
Analysts also said the central bank could increase asset purchases later this year to deal with the impact of the virus.
The average contact tracer has contacted just 2.4 people, reports suggest.
Work and Pensions Secretary Therese Coffey said there are ‘no plans’ to review the policy.
In the email, the pensioner wrote that the result of the EU referendum should be respected - and told Miss Soubry to "remember Jo", adding that she had been "shot and stabbed".
Canberra has been strengthening its defence relationship with Washington in the past few months amid rising Sino-US acrimony.
An independent expert panel led by Professor Dame Jane Dacre will grade the performance of ministers in meeting their commitments.
It is projected that the airline’s cash flow would drop to ‘critical levels’ by the middle of next month without an injection of cash.
Chief executive Alex Cruz will give evidence to the Transport Select Committee on September 16.
People who turned up for arranged Covid-19 tests have received letters from an operator informing them they had not paid to use the car park.
The British socialite is known to have been an ex-girlfriend of billionaire paedophile Jeffrey Epstein.
“His instincts – to make excuses and blame others – are reminiscent of the schoolboy claiming his dog has eaten his homework. ”
The satirical show is returning to screens after nearly 25 years.
A total of 43 people were killed when part of the Morandi Bridge collapsed.
Marchers claimed they were being robbed of their freedom.
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The announcement has been likened to that of cancelling Christmas, as it came just hours before Eid-al-Adha began on Friday.
The confrontational banner was dropped at Glasgow Central yesterday afternoon as activists objecting to borders between Scotland and England remaining open targeted transport hubs.
Beauty salons, bowling alleys and other leisure venues were scheduled to welcome customers on Saturday for the first time since the coronavirus lockdown, while small wedding receptions and indoor performances were set to resume.
Chief medical officer Professor Chris Whitty has said the country is ‘near the limit’ for opening up society.
Boris Johnson has been accused of cronyism after nominating 36 people to join the upper chamber.
The 47-year-old is known as the more liberal member of the Murdochs.
The firm’s Chinese ownership has raised concerns about the censorship of videos, including those critical of the government in Beijing.
Priti Patel’s department hit out at lawyers making ‘vexatious’ claims, but the comments have been strongly criticised by human rights charities.
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