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GMB launches special 'Listening Benches' in a bid to tackle loneliness

Our 'Listening Benches' can be found in six cities around the UK

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The Archbishop of Canterbury confirms he did not marry Prince Harry and Meghan three days before the Royal Wedding

'The legal wedding was on the Saturday,' Justin Welby confirmed to Italy’s La Repubblica newspaper.

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Boris Johnson urges the country to remain cautious as lockdown eases

'More deaths are inevitable.'

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The rule of six and outdoor sports are allowed from today

EXCLUSIVE: George Floyd's sister LaTonya on her brother's death as the trial of Derek Chauvin begins

“It’s been hell. We don’t get to see him, we don’t get to hold him, to talk to him. It’s so painful."

Robert Jenrick challenged on whether he regrets extending free school meals

The Housing Secretary says he has 'always believed in ensuring that children get the support they need.'

Ed Miliband calls for electric car revolution but admits he doesn't own one

The Shadow Business Secretary said he's "definitely been in an electric car".

Home Secretary Priti Patel on asylum shake-up and border rules

"Lives are being put at risk, lives are being lost."

Boris Johnson promises 'fitting and permanent memorial' to the people who have died with Covid-19 in the past year

The Prime Minister made the announcement on the anniversary of the first national lockdown in the UK

'I regret all of the deaths' - Matt Hancock reflects on the anniversary of the UK's first national lockdown

The Health Secretary also responds to calls for a public inquiry over the handling of the pandemic to happen sooner rather than later.

French MEP says EU is 'not blocking' exports of coronavirus vaccines to the UK

Véronique Trillet-Lenoir says the EU are just asking AstraZeneca to 'follow its commitment'

'We are disgusted' - Bristol Mayor speaks out after protestors turned violent at Police and Crime Bill demonstration

Marvin Rees described the protestors as 'self-indulgent, selfish and self-centred'

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