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Coronavirus: Government vows £1.57bn lifeline for the arts - but no plans to resume live shows
A massive £1.57bn coronavirus lifeline for the arts is being promised by the government, but theatres and music venues could still remain closed until next year.
Black Lives Matter: Sir Keir Starmer vows to take unconscious bias training after calling protests a 'moment'
Sir Keir Starmer has pledged to take unconscious bias training after critics claimed he devalued the Black Lives Matter protests by calling them a "moment".
Coronavirus: Firms to be paid £1,000 bonuses to hire young people as part of economic recovery
Companies will be paid £1,000 bonuses by the government to hire young people as trainees, the chancellor will announce as part of his rescue plan for Britain's post-coronavirus economic recovery.
Coronavirus: 'Significant concerns' about Leicester clothing factories, says Matt Hancock
There are "quite significant concerns" about employment practices within clothing factories in freshly locked-down Leicester, the health secretary has told Sky News.
Coronavirus: Another 27,000 excess deaths 'likely' if government continues on this path, warns top scientist
A further 27,000 excess deaths are "likely" between now and next April under the current approach to tackling the coronavirus pandemic, a former government chief scientific adviser says.