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Could rail construction delays threaten ‘levelling up’ in north of England?
Political leaders in the north of England say the prospect of a lengthy delay to new improved transport links for the region are "completely unacceptable".
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Male advertising executives win sex discrimination case
Last week, a landmark sex discrimination case was won by two men. Until a few years ago they worked for the top London advertising agency JWT. 
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US combat mission in Iraq to cease by end of year
President Biden is to pledge that the United States will end its military combat mission in Iraq by the end of the year, as he meets the Iraqi prime minister at the White House.
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Tunisian democracy facing its biggest crisis
Tunisia's decade-old democracy is facing its biggest crisis yet, after the president ousted the government and suspended parliament last night amid fierce protests.
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Ministers from around world seek common ground ahead of COP26
As London mops up from another day of flash floods, ministers from more than 50 countries have been in the city for a two-day meeting designed to make sure the UN's climate change conference is a success.
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‘Definitely too early’ to ‘declare victory’ over Covid, says former chief scientific adviser
Professor Sir Mark Walport is the government's former chief scientific adviser.
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Covid cases continue to fall in UK but No 10 says trend could be reversed
Covid cases across the UK have fallen for the sixth day in a row. Downing Street insisted the pandemic was "not over and we are not out of the woods yet", and that the downward trend could be reversed once the full effects of lifting England's restrictions a week ago today begins to filter through.
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Tom Pidcock praised as ‘precocious talent’ after winning gold at Olympics
We spoke to Simon Watts, the lead coach of the Great Britain mountain bike cross-country team, and began by asking him about the day in late May when Tom Pidcock broke his collar bone in five places.
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Hospital security staff ‘abused’ vulnerable patients
Hospital security guards have been accused of abusing vulnerable patients after CCTV footage exclusively obtained by Channel 4 News shows an elderly man locked in a room for 11 hours without treatment, food or water. 
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FactCheck: Are Covid cases really falling? 
It’s welcome news, though puzzling, as many scientists expected case numbers to rise following the gradual lifting of lockdown restrictions.
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NHS on the brink. Part 1. Are GP surgeries close to breaking point?
In the first episode of our two-part series on the NHS in crisis, we look at primary care and the GP practices that are trying to get back to normal when normality still feels so out of reach.
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UK’s disadvantaged kids to get extra speaking and listening lessons
Children's education has been hugely disrupted by the pandemic - but the impact has by no means been equal.
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Bradley Sinden and Chelsie Giles win Team GB’s first medals
Day two of the Tokyo 2020 Games was a mixed bag for Team GB, with shock defeats in some events and first medals in others.  
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Critics warn of coronavirus vaccine passports ‘chaos’
As ministers try to keep the country moving despite high case numbers, they're considering plans to bring in a vaccine passport scheme this autumn to exclude people from attending mass events like concerts or sports matches unless they've had two jabs. 
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UK Covid spending over £370bn – including billions on unusable PPE
British taxpayers could face many decades of financial risk - thanks to the enormous cost of the pandemic, according to a committee of MPs.
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Countries look for ‘common ground’ on Climate Crisis ahead of COP26
Wildfires are blazing from Sardinia to Siberia - floodwaters are surging through China, India, the Philippines.
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