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  • French Government say they will not be blackmailed on a bad trade deal 24/02/2020
    The UK and EU 27 are holding discussions during the transition period.
  • Sir Steve McQueen says his younger self wouldnt give a damn about knighthood 24/02/2020
    Sir Steve McQueen has said that his younger self would not be impressed by his knighthood. The Oscar-winning filmmaker, 50, told the Big Issue that while it is "great" to receive the honour "it doesnt mean anything unless you can actually use it"..
  • More flood warnings as snow and rain fall 24/02/2020
    Snow and rain fell across Scotland, Northern Ireland and northern England on Monday morning as warnings of further flooding were issued. Commuters were advised to expect traffic disruption as the new working week began..
  • Unaffordable housing putting strain on mental health study suggests 24/02/2020
    One in seven couples aged under 45 have put off having children or not had them at all due to their housing situation, a survey has found. Some 13% of UK adults under the age of 45 and in a couple have delayed or not had children due to their housing situation, according to a […]
  • Paige Turley and Finley Tapp win Love Island 24/02/2020
    Finley Tapp and Paige Turley have won the first ever series of winter Love Island. They beat fellow finalists Siannise Fudge and Luke Trotman, Luke Mabbott and Demi Jones, and Jess Gale and Ched Uzor to win £50,000..
  • Aubameyang double helps Arsenal to back to back wins 24/02/2020
    Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang struck twice as Arsenal recovered from an early setback to beat Everton in a thrilling five-goal clash. The visitors led inside 49 seconds as Dominic Calvert-Lewins effort became the quickest home goal ever conceded by Arsenal in the Premier League..
  • Risk of stroke may depend of the type of food a person eats or avoids study 24/02/2020
    A persons risk of getting a certain type of stroke may depend on the type of food they eat or avoid, according to research. Scientists looked at the association between food and two major types of stroke - ischaemic and haemorrhagic..
  • Sherpas to set off on Everest challenge 24/02/2020
    Four Sherpa guides will attempt to climb to the top of Mount Everest in less than a week to set a new mountaineering record on the worlds highest peak. The team is looking to scale the peak in five days - over the final days of winter - to surpass the record for the season […]
  • Italy rushes to contain Europes first major virus outbreak 24/02/2020
    Italy has scrambled to halt the spread of Europes first major outbreak of coronavirus amid rapidly rising numbers of infections and a third death, calling off the popular Venice Carnival and scrapping major league football matches. Concern was also on the rise in neighbouring Austria, which halted all rail traffic to and from Italy for […]
  • Businesses urge Boris Johnson to minimise post Brexit red tape 24/02/2020
    Businesses have urged Boris Johnson to drive down post-Brexit red tape in a trade deal with the European Union as the UK prepares to sign off on its negotiating demands. A Confederation of British Industry (CBI) report on Monday called on the Prime Minister to ensure a deal with Brussels minimises bureaucracy to ensure a […]