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Travel, hotel and pub shares slide as Covid-19 lockdown fears hit markets - business live
Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news 8.16am BST Most stocks on the FTSE 100 are down in early trading, as traders react to the prospect of tighter Covid-19 restrictions.President Trump is trying his best to assure Americans that a coronavirus vaccine is likely to be here very soon but investors believe that it could be many months away. Given the fact that we are marching towards the winter month, the flu season is likely to kick in soon.Targeted lockdowns are already taking place around the globe, and the fear is that these are likely to turn into national lockdowns. It is certainly possible that if coronavirus cases continue to increase, smaller periods of national lockdowns may become a reality. Despite the fact that these national lockdowns may only last two weeks, nevertheless, the economic impact is likely to be significant. 7.50am BST Good morning, and welcome to our rolling coverage of the world economy, the financial markets, the eurozone and business.US coming off into European open after flat start. Europe and Asia more so.European Opening Calls:#FTSE 5951 -0.94%#DAX 13043 -0.56%#CAC 4950 -0.57%#AEX 547 -0.74%#MIB 19401 -0.63%#IBEX 6896 -0.49%#OMX 1817 -0.97%#STOXX 3264 -0.61%#IGOpeningCall“The trend in UK is heading in the wrong direction and we are at a critical point in the pandemic.We are looking at the data to see how to manage the spread of the virus ahead of a very challenging winter period.” Related: UK at 'critical point' over Covid-19, top scientists to tell public Related: UK hospitality and travel shares tumble after hints of second lockdown Related: UK records 3,899 new infections as French cases rise by 10,000 – as it happened Indeed the winter months could prove to be one of the bitterest obstacles of them all as we are only in September, and there are further healthcare concerns in Europe where Covid is on the rise again. In the UK, London’s Mayor Khan is expected to request more wide-sweeping lockdown measures due to the Covid curve moving in the wrong direction. Another worrying sign for the market is the UK’s chief medical officer Chris Whitty and chief scientific officer Patrick Vallance will give a press conference at 1100 BST. The PM will not be there. The UK media widely reports that they will say that the country is heading in the wrong direction with the coronavirus. The press also notes that the government will this week consider whether and by how far to impose new national social distancing regulations. Related: Ruth Bader Ginsburg obituary Continue reading...
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Manchester United make decision over new centre-back transfer after Victor Lindelof disasterclass
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Boris Johnson news - live: Labour accuses Sunak of 'cavalier' attitude to Covid economy and evictions ban ends
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My streaming gem: why you should watch Cam
The latest in our series of writers highlighting underseen film is a recommendation for an unsettling thriller about online identityWhen I stumbled across 2018 psychological thriller Cam on Netflix this year, I braced myself for a tacky technological horror film on the perils of the internet, in the same vein as 2014’s Unfriended. What I got instead was arguably one of the most underrated offerings on the platform. The lack of hype surrounding this expertly told tale of identity theft in its most extreme form can only be put down to a lack of awareness. Related: My streaming gem: why you should watch Pit Stop Continue reading...
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Listen up Santa Claus! Must have toys of Christmas 2020 revealed
The UK's number one parenting site MadeForMums has announced its top 100 toys for children this Christmas as judged and recommended by kids and parents.
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India, China commanders again talk to end border standoff
Senior Indian and Chinese military commanders are holding talks to find ways to resolve a monthslong tense standoff between soldiers along their disputed mountain border in mountainous Ladakh region
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Victor Lindelof a convenient scapegoat at Manchester United, where money is always the problem and solution
<p>The Swede was punished harshly for a handball as Palace proved to quick and clinical for the Red Devils</p>
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Mental health nurse describes her time on the COVID frontline
Clare Hughes has described the impact of challenging times on staff, patients and families
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Coronavirus news - live: UK at 'critical point' as London mayor discussing stricter lockdown measures
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Chelsea transfer round-up: Kante in demand, Blues rejected by Jovic
Chelsea are set to land a new goalkeeper, Edouard Mendy, but N'Golo Kante is still wanted by Inter Milan whilst it has been claimed the club were rejected by Real Madrid's Luka Jovic earlier this summer
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10 soap spoilers this week: EastEnders Chantelle death aftermath, Coronation Street Geoff showdown, Emmerdale Jamie exposed, Hollyoaks return
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Emmy Awards 2020: Hilarious video shows waving person in Hazmat suit leaving with award after Ramy Youssef's loss
<p>‘Ramy’ lost out to ‘Schitt’s Creek’ in three categories</p>
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Dr Hilary calls out people ‘going out of their way not to wear masks’ as he warns about second national lockdown
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Covid-19 is helping the Tories redraw the political map of England | Alex Niven
The prevalence of coronavirus in large urban areas plays into the hands of those prosecuting a rightwing culture warIt’s both true and a little obvious to say that coronavirus knows no borders. But it’s important to point out that neither is it much concerned with established cliches about the internal geography of the UK. There has been no clearcut “north-south divide” in the spread of the pandemic throughout England, for example. Indeed, if anything, the narrative of recent months has emphasised that traditional notions about England’s social and political makeup are becoming increasingly irrelevant and outdated.Our cultural landscape is changing. In place of a 20th-century discourse that viewed England as a land of mega-regions – like north and south – and saw a great cultural faultline between industrial and non-industrial areas, coronavirus is combining with political developments to highlight a new and very different reality. In simple terms, the great divide in English life is now between the cities and everywhere else. Continue reading...
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Kyotographie 2020: Vision
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Golden wonders: Nigel Slater's comforting autumn recipes
Roast wood pigeon, stuffed squash, and mushrooms on roast garlic toast: dishes to welcome in the new seasonIt feels a long time since that glorious spring, when I ate outside day after day. Autumn has come quickly this year (I was sweeping up crisp, brown leaves in July) and with it, a change of step in the kitchen. The lush green of summer has turned to yellow, orange and brown, the spice jars are down from the shelf, the deep casseroles and baking dishes have come out to play.Tomatoes, which I seem to have eaten every day this summer, are now destined for the oven rather than the salad bowl, their juices seasoned with thyme rather than basil, or perhaps paprika or harissa. The mushrooms I marinated in a dressing of lemon juice, olive oil and tarragon are now more likely to appear sliced and fried with thyme and butter and piled on to thick toast. The courgettes have finished and I have moved on to the early autumn squashes, the small ones shaped like Chinese dumplings or ridged like the rim of an apple pie. Continue reading...
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Allegations of unwanted Ice hysterectomies recall grim time in US history
A report claims women in immigration centers are being given unnecessary procedures that can leave them unable to conceive. The story is all too familiarPauline Binam asked to see a doctor because she was having abnormalities with her period. After nearly two years in immigration detention, she was worried that it was having an adverse effect on her health.The doctor told her that she had a cyst on her ovary and she agreed to a dilation and curettage (D&C) procedure, her lawyer said. But when she awoke from surgery, the doctor told her that one of her fallopian tubes had been removed – a procedure she is adamant she did not give consent for – and that as a result she may no longer be able to conceive naturally. At the time she was just 29. Continue reading...
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Would you shop your neighbour? The rule of six will expose everyone’s true nature
Priti Patel will phone the police if her neighbours break the rule; Boris Johnson will do it if they are caught frolicking in a hot tub. Truth is, you’re either the kind of person who has a hotline to the authorities, or you’re notBoris Johnson has advised us not to grass up our neighbours unless they are having an “Animal House party”. On the headlines, I was unclear whether the prime minister meant a party as large as the ones in Animal House, or a party to which many animals have been invited. Thank God, on this at least, he could clarify: “With hot tubs and so forth.” He is definitely talking about the US comedy film. The majority of animals hate getting wet.It is a chilling insight into his thought process. “What are the proles doing for fun while we shoot grouse? I saw a film about this once: don’t they all get into outdoor baths and groom each other?” Continue reading...
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VAR is getting it right despite football's wider mood of suspicion and distrust | Sean Ingle
New studies have revealed that the accuracy of ‘match-changing decisions’ has increased significantly with VAR and it has had hardly any effect on the way games are playedIn the pained aftermath of Manchester United’s 3-1 defeat to Crystal Palace, Patrice Evra issued a stark warning on Sky Sports. The use of video assistant referees is “killing the game”, he fumed, before suggesting that, if he was still playing, he would have run over and smashed the official’s pitchside monitor.That, incredibly, was only the second most eye-popping utterance from a pundit on Saturday. The former 606 host Danny Baker used Twitter to first slam the “anonymous gargoyles who made these ‘new rules’” before making the astonishing assertion that “this era of football is out of control. It will be looked at with as much validity as the wartime matches were.” Continue reading...
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Man United's position as transfer window enters final two weeks
MEN senior football writer Tyrone Marshall answered fans' questions after the disappointing defeat to Crystal Palace
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Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Thomas Partey, Houssem Aouar, Alexandre Lacazette and more - plus Premier League updates
<p>The Gunners remain perfect to start the season after victory over West Ham and now look to strengthen further in the transfer market</p>
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Former lighthouse with eight bedrooms and swimming pool goes on sale for £1m
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Thousands of renters at risk of homelessness as ban on eviction ends
Without the ban on evictions, landlords can take tenants to court if they don't pay their rent and ultimately make them homeless.
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Us review, BBC One: Tom Hollander shines in this funny and acutely observed Sunday night drama
<p>The opening scenes beautifully articulate a certain kind of middle-class London lifestyle, with its ridiculous consolations and pathetic disappointments</p>
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Arsenal transfer round-up: Chambers set for loan as Arteta "open" to additions
Calum Chambers is reportedly wanted by Premier League rivals Newcastle United on loan, whilst Mikel Arteta is "open" to further midfield reinforcements this summer window
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Formula E becomes first sport to achieve net zero carbon footprint
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Piers Morgan says Boris Johnson is ‘beaten man’ and ‘on the way out’ as PM
Piers Morgan slammed Prime Minister Boris Johnson and claimed he would soon quit as he receives criticism from all sides
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Universal Credit boost of £405 a month to be paid to thousands from October
Thousands of Brits are set to see their Universal Credit payments rise next month after the Government agreed they'd been short changed, and said the extra money would be coming from October 8
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Jimmy Kimmel renames Emmy Awards the ‘Pandemmys’ as he jokes over coronavirus and President Trump
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Don't buy an Amazon Echo or Google Home speaker this month - here's why
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Crystal Palace 'emerge as favourites' to complete £20m Rhian Brewster transfer
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Coronavirus map LIVE: Major announcement IMMINENT as Chris Whitty to address nation
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Brexit LIVE: Boris confident Bill to override EU Brexit deal will pass next stage today
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Phages: the tiny viruses that could help beat superbugs
Bacteriophages were superseded by modern antibiotics, but scientists believe they could be key to conquering antimicrobial resistanceIt is, say enthusiasts, the cure that the world forgot. An old therapy that could take on the new superbugs.Discovered in 1917 by French Canadian biologist Félix d’Hérelle, phages – or bacteriophages – are tiny viruses that are natural predators of bacteria. In many countries they were supplanted during the second world war by antibiotics but continued to be used for decades in eastern Europe. Continue reading...
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Gemma Collins embraces natural beauty as she ditches make-up in gorgeous snap
Gemma Collins was branded 'naturally beautiful' as she went make-up-free for a fresh-faced selfie
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Amy Schumer shares pre-recorded acceptance speech for Emmys after losing out to Netflix’s Cheer
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New series The Write Offs explores staggering adult illiteracy rates in UK
New two-part Channel 4 show The Write Offs will explore the staggeringly high adult illiteracy rates in the UK. It features Tommy, 67, Emily, 23, and Craig, 31, all of whom are dyslexic.
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EuroMillions winner blew £40m of lotto jackpot in eight years before his death
Colin Weir and his wife Christine won a huge £161 jackpot in 2011, and documents reveal he burned through his fortune at a rate of nearly £100,000 before he died aged 71
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Lacey Turner is pregnant as Stacey leaves EastEnders
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First coronavirus friendly brothel reopens where punters are made to wear masks
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BBC Weather: Final days of heatwave before brutal 40mph winds and FROST batter Britain
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Here we go! Trade talks with major UK ally start TODAY - huge boost for Boris
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