July 05, 2020
Great Yorkshire Radio

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Major sporting events, as well as TV and film productions, are to be given an exemption from the UK's 14-day coronavirus travel quarantine.

Major sporting events, as well as TV and film productions, are to be given an exemption from the UK's 14-day coronavirus travel quarantine.

Lewis Hamilton has told his Formula One rivals that "silence is complicit" in racism after it emerged drivers are divided over whether to take a knee before Sunday's Austrian Grand Prix.

The WBC have confirmed that Tyson Fury's world-title fight with Dillian Whyte 'could happen' this year if Deontay Wilder decides not to challenge for the WBC belt.

Valtteri Bottas and Lewis Hamilton are ready to battle "head to head" in a long-awaited first Formula 1 race of the season today - but Mercedes are wary of the threat of Max Verstappen at the Austrian GP.

The number of free HIV self-testing kits issued in London was 20% higher during the first eight weeks of lockdown than the same time last year, Sky News can reveal.

People have been flocking to pubs in their thousands - with some apparently flouting social distancing guidelines - as England's most significant relaxation of lockdown rules so far came into force.

The widow of a community pharmacist who died from COVID-19 has spoken of the heartbreak of not being able to see her husband before he passed away.

Kanye West has announced he is running for US president - and he has already won the backing of billionaire Elon Musk.

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