November 30, 2020

UK News

While a decline in the daily number of new coronavirus cases and deaths means the government can begin to ease the UK’s lockdown, the disease has not yet been eradicated.

Vulnerable youths are being dressed up as key workers by drugs gangs to evade detection from the police during the lockdown.

An endangered species of seahorse has returned to its former stronghold in Dorset due to the coronavirus lockdown, marine conservationists say.

Police have launched an appeal to the public to help them identify a dead man through his clothes.

The government has scrapped its weekend coronavirus briefings, Number 10 has announced.

People from black and Asian ethnic groups are up to twice as likely to die with COVID-19 than those from a white British background, according to a Public Health England report.

People from black and Asian ethnic groups are up to twice as likely to die with COVID-19 than those from a white British background, according to a Public Health England report.

People from black and Asian ethnic groups are up to twice as likely to die with COVID-19 than those from a white British background, according to a Public Health England report.

The bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Washington has said she is "outraged" after police officers used tear gas to disperse peaceful protesters from her churchyard for Donald Trump to stage a photo-op outside holding a Bible.

The good news first: not only is the worst period of the pandemic now over, the number who are dying is now dropping down towards normal levels.

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