Thursday, February 25, 2021

Covid latest: Face mask laws may be relaxed over summer period – top Government...

Jenny Harries, a public health physician who was appointed to the role two years ago, was asked specifically about the need for mandatory face coverings indoors after June 21. She spoke during a Downing Street...

Royal baby news: Sarah Ferguson lifts lid on ‘time of sharing’ with princesses |...

The Duchess, who has written various children’s books, dug up old memories with Princess Beatrice and Eugenie in a candid essay. She described what teatime represented to her family and the ethos behind having everyone...

Finlandia Seaways report published – GOV.UK

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Queen heartbreak: Monarch ‘distraught’ over Prince Philip’s admission to hospital | Royal | News...

The Duke of Edinburgh was admitted to the King Edward VII Hospital on Tuesday evening last week as a “precautionary measure”. Her Majesty has reportedly had a “rough few weeks” due to her husband’s hospital admission...

Teacher assessed grades for students

Students will receive grades awarded and determined by teachers, with pupils only assessed on what they have been taught, the Education Secretary announced today (Thursday, 25 February). Fairness and flexibility are at the heart of the...

Fuelling a greener future: E10 petrol set for September 2021 launch

E10 petrol to be introduced at pumps up and down the country as the UK accelerates towards a greener transport future greener fuel grade could cut transport emissions equivalent to 350,000 fewer...

Prince Harry and Meghan retain ‘strong family bond’ despite ‘disappointing’ loss of roles |...

Meghan Markle and Harry: Expert issues Oprah interview warningLast Friday Buckingham Palace announced Meghan and Harry had lost their royal positions after the couple confirmed they do not intend to return as working royals. In response,...

Free tablets to improve lives of thousands of people with learning disabilities

£2.5 million Digital Lifeline fund set up to improve lives of thousands with learning disabilities on low incomes 5,000 internet tablets preloaded with data and free tech support available from March ...

Charity regulator returns Oxfam GB to standard regulatory oversight after significant improvements on safeguarding

The Charity Commission has lifted its statutory supervision of Oxfam GB, after concluding that the charity has significantly strengthened its approach to keeping people safe. A report published today confirms that Oxfam GB has responded positively...

£5 off when you spend £30 online for new customers at Iceland.co.uk | UK...

You can also use it to stock up on all your family favourites this payday, from delicious £1 pizzas, 100% chicken breast fillet strips and 24 Pepsi Max cans for just £7! So don’t miss...

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