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Britain's coronavirus deaths fall by 17% on last week with 397 victims

In England 315 people died from coronavirus, while Wales recorded 24 deaths, Scotland 22 and Northern Ireland reported seven.

New Zealand: Crowd angry after $100,000 'cash drop' was PR stunt giving away FAKE money

Safety Warehouse New Zealand promoted the event for weeks before opening up Aotea Square in Auckland to crowds who had registered for free tickets.

Chinese scientists claim to have achieved quantum supremacy with new computer

The latest technology developed by scientists at the University of Science and Technology of China in Hefei is claimed to be 100trillion times faster than advanced supercomputer Fugaku.

Girl, 15, who vanished after boarding a train in Birmingham is found 

Megan Simpson, 15, from Lichfield, Staffordshire, who went missing on Thursday after boarding a train heading towards Bloxwich in Walsall has been found 'safe and well', West Midlands Police said.

Riots in Paris as furious masked mob set cars on fire and throw Molotov cocktails at police

Tensions between police and protestors in Paris have resulted in violent clashes again today as thousands marched against a law making it illegal to film the police.

Does Lady Louise Windsor look like her great great grandmother Queen Mary?

The side-by-side snapshots were posted to Instagram by a royal enthusiast who spotted the similarities between the 17-year-old daughter of Prince Edward and the former monarch.

Millwall fans BOO after players take the knee ahead of Championship clash with Derby

Video footage taken from the ground shows aggressive boos from the stands as the players took the knee, prompting criticism from ex-players including Lineker, Trevor Sinclair and Greg Halford

Environment Agency launches urgent probe after farmer bulldozed Herefordshire riverside beauty spot

John Price - a local potato and cattle farmer - dredged a section of the River Lugg in Herefordshire and reportedly stripped a mile-long stretch of the bank of trees and bushes.

Rate of COVID patients being admitted is dropping because beds are full

The percentage of people with COVID-19 who are hospitalized is dropping as hospitals are forced to tighten their restrictions on who is admitted due to severe bed shortages.

Couple fall in love after meeting via Secret Santa gift exchange on Reddit

Jono, 32, from Leicestershire, had been going through a tough time and was 'trapped in a loveless marriage', so decided to sign up to the gift exchange to 'cheer himself up'.

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