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Richard Okorogheye’s mother has reportedly been told the body found by police in Epping Forest on Monday matches his description. The 19-year-old, who has sickle cell disease, has been missing since he left his family home in the Ladbroke Grove area of west London on the evening of March 22. On Monday, the Metropolitan Police […]

Shops, hairdressers and pub beer gardens will reopen from April 12 in England but people must not be complacent. Shops, hairdressers and pub beer gardens will reopen from April 12 in England but people must not be complacent about the risks still posed by coronavirus, Boris Johnson said. Confirming the next step on the road […]

A money launderer who set up a bar in his back garden has been ordered to pay back £63,000 or face 12 months in prison. A money launderer who set up a bar in his back garden has been ordered to pay back £63,000 or face 12 months in prison. Northumbria Police said officers carried […]

The IT company helping the UK Government with a possible Covid-19 passport app has said its technology is “an efficient, secure and scalable solution” that will support the safe reopening of society. Netcompany has already confirmed its digital Corona passport app will be used in Denmark and is expected to be ready in May. The […]

Interim boss John Kennedy stressed that success at Celtic should never be taken for granted after the bid to retain the Scottish Cup began with a win against Falkirk. The Hoops won the delayed 2020 final against Hearts on penalties in December to make it four in a row, which also clinched a domestic quadruple […]

Health Secretary Matt Hancock has been summoned to the High Court to justify why he is allowing non-essential shops to open before pubs and restaurants. The legal action has been brought by businessman Hugh Osmond and nightclubs operator Sacha Lord, The Sunday Telegraph reports. The paper says it has seen High Court documents which show […]

How was Christianity’s most joyous feast day celebrated worldwide? With faithful sitting far apart in pews and singing choruses of “Hallelujah” through face coverings – today marked the second Easter Sunday conditioned by pandemic precautions. From Protestant churches in South Korea to St Peter’s Basilica at the Vatican, worshippers followed national or local regulations aimed […]

Boris Johnson is to set out plans to develop a “Covid status certification” scheme to enable the safe return of mass gatherings and indoor events as lockdown restrictions ease in England. Officials are planning a series of trial events over the coming months as they look to find a way for venues such as football […]

Bosses from leading UK airlines are asking the Prime Minister to give them the green light for international travel within weeks The chief executives of British Airways, easyJet, Jet2.com, Loganair, Ryanair, Tui and Virgin Atlantic as well as trade body Airlines UK wrote to Boris Johnson as ministers made it clear the ban on foreign […]

The Archbishop of Canterbury has urged people to choose a “better future for all”, rather than live in a society that only benefits the rich and powerful. In his Easter Sunday service, Justin Welby said society had a “choice” to make over the coming years as it emerged from the Covid-19 pandemic. And he encouraged […]


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