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Coronavirus: 50 million face masks bought by the UK government ditched over safety concerns
50 million face masks bought by the UK government will not be used in the NHS due to safety concerns.
Coronavirus: R rate may be as high as 1.8 in Northern Ireland, government says
The R rate - a crucial measure of how quickly coronavirus is spreading - has jumped in Northern Ireland.
Heatwave health warning extended in England as temperatures set to reach 33C
Southwest England has been added to a heatwave health warning, as temperatures across the UK soar.
Boris Johnson defends decision not to suspend Tory MP arrested on suspicion of rape
Boris Johnson has defended his decision not to suspend a Tory MP from the party who was arrested on suspicion of rape.
Burglar who led police on high-speed car chase jailed - thanks to a McDonald's receipt
A burglar who went on the run for 20 months after ramming police cars during a chase has been jailed after a McDonald's receipt gave him away.
More than 100 migrants intercepted by UK authorities in English Channel
Border Force patrol vessels and local lifeboats have been involved in the rescue of more than 100 migrants in small boats in the English Channel this morning.
Coronavirus: Local contact tracers 'more successful than call centres and online'
Local teams continue to be more successful than call centre workers when it comes to reaching the close contacts of people who tested positive for coronavirus.
Germany did not follow correct extradition procedures for Madeleine McCann suspect, court says
German authorities did not follow the correct procedures when they extradited the prime suspect in the Madeleine McCann case, an adviser to Europe's top court has said.
'White' artificial intelligence risks exacerbating racial inequality, study suggests
The "whiteness" of artificial intelligence (AI) risks a "racially homogenous" workforce as humans create machines skewed by their biases, a study suggests.
Coronavirus infection rates continued to fall in early stages of lockdown easing, study finds
Coronavirus infection rates continued to drop despite some lockdown restrictions being lifted, a report from the UK's largest testing study has found.