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Child killed and four injured in suspected gas explosion in Lancashire
A child has been killed and four people have been injured, two seriously, after a suspected gas explosion in Heysham, Lancashire Police said.
COVID-19: Boris Johnson under fire over 'delaying' India travel ban as experts warn against planned easing of lockdown
A number of experts have warned against the planned easing of restrictions in England on Monday, as concerns grow over the coronavirus variant first seen in India.
Rangers: Three officers injured as thousands of Rangers fans ignore COVID warnings to celebrate Scottish title win
Police have broken up a large gathering of Rangers fans from the centre of Glasgow after thousands ignored warnings and descended on the city to celebrate their team's title win.
COVID-19: Passenger locator form checks 'must be automated' to prevent long queues at airports
UK airports are warning of delays for arriving passengers because they lack the technology to handle COVID-19 forms.
Surrey church restoring murals of 'national significance' by unheralded artist Kitty Milroy
A church in Surrey is restoring murals by an unheralded female artist whose paintings have been described by experts as being of "national significance".
Sir Keir Starmer slumps 17 points behind PM in new poll - and a third of Labour voters want him to quit
Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer is trailing Boris Johnson as the British public's preferred prime minister by 17 percentage points, according to a new poll.
Emergency alerts for terror attacks, floods and other disasters to be sent directly to your phone
People in the vicinity of a terrorist attack, flooding and other risks to life will receive alerts on their mobile phone under plans being developed by the government.
COVID-19: Surge testing for Indian and South African variants under way across England
Surge testing to tackle an outbreak of the Indian variant of coronavirus is under way in parts of England.
Plan to treble tree-planting rates in England for climate and nature
England plans to treble its tree-planting rates for the good of nature and the climate, the government says.
Horrible Histories shows, performances on the Thames, new books and another film - Terry Deary is keeping busy
The chances are, you've watched or read something that Terry Deary has created.