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Brentford boss Thomas Frank wary of Leicesters in form forward Patson Daka

The West London side are coming off the back of a 1-nil defeat by Chelsea Patson Daka’s midweek heroics have given Brentford boss Thomas Frank an extra threat to prepare for ahead of today’s visit of Leicester. Zambia striker Daka, the £22million summer signing from RB Salzburg, followed up his maiden Premier League goal against Manchester United last weekend with a stunning four-goal haul in the Europa League. The 23-year-old […]

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Rishi Sunak to announce 3 billion of investment into skills and education

Some £3 billion of investment into education set to be announced in the Budget will give people “the skills they need to earn more and get on in life”, the Chancellor has said. Rishi Sunak is expected to give a cash injection to both post-16 education but also to adults later in life. Mr Sunak will announce the number of skills boot camps in areas such as artificial intelligence, cybersecurity, […]

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Jodie Whittaker on filming her final series of Doctor Who during the pandemic

Jodie Whittaker has said she knew filming her final series of Doctor Who during the pandemic would be “very different”. The actress, who has played the Time Lord since 2017, said she had been aware of the challenges around travel and being “tactile” with her co-stars. However, she said she felt reassured as soon as she arrived on set. She said: “We started filming late because of Covid so starting […]

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Parents urged to book children in for Covid 19 vaccine during half term

A senior doctor has encouraged parents to book Covid-19 vaccinations for their children during the half-term holiday. Parents in England are now able to book Covid vaccinations online for children aged between 12 and 15. Just over 2.5 million letters will arrive with parents and guardians from Monday inviting them to book a jab online through the National Booking Service. There are almost 100 sites offering jabs to this age […]

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MPs prepare for whistleblowers revelations on inner workings of Facebook

The inner workings of Facebook are set to be laid bare by a whistleblower once again on Monday as MPs in the UK prepare to take evidence. Former Facebook employee Frances Haugen has made numerous blistering claims about the tech giant since releasing thousands of pages of internal research documents she secretly copied before leaving her job in the company’s civic integrity unit. She has already spoken out about the […]

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Lewis Hamilton hoping to emerge unscathed from United States GP opening corner

Lewis Hamilton hopes he will make it through the opening corner of Sunday’s United States Grand Prix in one piece as he lines up alongside championship rival Max Verstappen on the front row. Verstappen will have the advantage of starting from pole position after he beat his Mercedes rival to top spot at a sizzling Circuit of Americas in Austin by two tenths. Hamilton and Verstappen have already collided on […]

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Young people should know more about osteoporosis

The Duchess of Cornwall has said she would love to see more young people educated about osteoporosis. Camilla, who was interviewed by Gloria Hunniford for the BBC to mark World Osteoporosis Day, reflected on her own experience of witnessing her mother suffer with the condition. The duchess said she remembers how a hug from a friend caused her mother’s rib to break. She said: “My mother, I think, went to […]

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Budget to see improved CCTV and street lighting among planned crime reduction measures

A £435 million package of measures aimed at preventing crime will form part of next week’s Budget – with a focus on violent offences against women. Chancellor Rishi Sunak is expected to pledge millions for better CCTV and improved street lighting and give £80 million in additional funding to the Crown Prosecution Service. The Treasury said part of this funding will “improve the response to rape and sexual assault cases”. […]

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Glasgows preparations intensify for Cop26

With just a week until the Cop26 summit, preparations are intensifying as Glasgow prepares to welcome up to 30,000 people for the UN climate change conference. More than 120 world leaders will attend the event, which takes place at the Scottish Event Campus (SEC) from October 31 to November 12. Road users are being warned to expect disruption as many routes around the venue will be closed for up to […]

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