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The mother of PC Andrew Harper launches campaign for Andrew's Law

Debbie Adlam is calling for tougher sentences for the killers of first responders.

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Beirut Mayor says he didn’t have authority to take action over the ammonium nitrate warnings

Jamal Itani told Adil Ray and Ranvir Singh that he 'did not know the details' of the warnings.

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Bereaved families call for an independent inquiry into the Government's response to the coronavirus pandemic

Jo Goodman, who lost her father to Covid-19 in April, was one of the family members who gave evidence.

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'We desperately need to know what the game plan is' - Sadiq Khan calls on the government to work with him over possible lockdown plans in London

The Mayor of London also told Ben Shephard and Kate Garraway that he hasn't spoken to the Prime Minister for 87 days.

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UK tops tops the global coronavirus mortality rate chart for the first time

Dr Amir Khan says 'we have a long way to go before beating this pandemic.'

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Cancer diagnosis in lockdown was 'double nightmare'- Linda Nolan speaks about her incurable cancer

Linda Nolan opened up about her and her sister Anne's cancer diagnosis.

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Naughty Boy on how lockdown has impacted his mum who is living with dementia

New statistics from the Alzheimer's Society show 16% of women and 10% of men have gone more than 7 days without going outside.

All you need to know about the Eat Out to Help Out scheme

You can find a list of restaurants taking part from Monday 3 August to Monday 31 August

Boris Johnson postpones further easing of lockdown measures

Face coverings in cinemas, museums and places of worship will be mandatory from August 8.

Local lockdown restrictions announced in Greater Manchester, parts of East Lancashire and parts of West Yorkshire

The rules have been put in place due to a rise in the transmission rate, Health Secretary Matt Hancock says.

Richard Arnold's Armchair Guide - July 31

Richard Arnold brings you this week's best TV.

Today could be the hottest day of the year so far

Forecasters say temperatures could reach 35C in some places today.

Which restaurants near you are taking part in the government's new Eat Out to Help Out scheme?

Martin Lewis' latest money saving tips from Santander 123 to passport fast-tracking

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Six-year-old Isla hailed a 'hero' for calling ambulance after her mum had an accident

Isla called an ambulance after her mum fell at home and injured her back.

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Heathrow Airport's Chief Executive on possible new plan to cut quarantine and allow holiday makers to travel

John Holland-Kaye urges government to allow passengers to be tested on arrival

As the government warn no travel is 'risk-free', is it safe or stupid to holiday abroad?

More countries could be removed from the 'safe list' if coronavirus cases keep on rising

What to do if you miss out on work because of the 14 day quarantine period

The Prime Minister's official spokesperson says holidaymakers may be eligible for Universal Credit or employment support allowance

Cat becomes first animal to test positive for coronavirus in the UK

Downing Street said the pet displayed Covid-19 symptoms

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'I was always aware of racism' - Fashion legend Andre Leon Talley on racism and his concerns for Kanye West

The former American editor-at-large of Vogue talks to Ben and Kate about his experiences.

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'She was an incredibly charitable person' - Andrew Strauss on keeping his wife's legacy alive

The former England cricket captain wants fans to wear red whilst watching the test match to raise awareness for the Ruth Strauss Foundation

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