A gunman opens fire at a FedEx facility near the city airport before taking his own life, police say.
Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Friday morning.
As he prepares for Sunday's FA Cup semi-final against Leicester, Southampton winger Nathan Redmond tells BBC Sport about the role his mother has played in his career.
The record figures for the first quarter of the year are skewed due to last year's nationwide lockdown
Many were affected by the death of the duke but why do people grieve over those they have never met?
Leeds United and England midfielder Kalvin Phillips takes football legend and friend Ian Wright on a tour of where he grew up in Armley in Leeds, to discuss how his love of football began.
World number one Judd Trump says the return of fans will help bring out his best at the World Snooker Championship in Sheffield.
A lesser known fact about the Duke of Edinburgh is he was born on a dining table in Corfu. But why?
The health secretary is accused of cronyism but the government says he acted entirely properly.
Therapy with surrogate sexual partners is used in Israel to rehabilitate badly injured soldiers.
Royal experts have today been talking to Good Morning Britain about the decision
On today's edition of the ITV1 daytime TV favourite, Dr Amir was discussing the prospect of Pfizer vaccine recipients having a third dose
The Queen has much, much more to cope with than deciding on what male family members should wear for her for her adored husband's funeral, a royal expert said
On Saturday, the Duke of Edinburgh, who died aged 99 at Windsor Castle on Friday April 9, will be laid to rest
The Queen will bury the Duke at Windsor Castle, at St George's Chapel, on Saturday afternoon at 3pm
Ashley, who played football for Tamworth and a string of other Midlands football clubs, revealed all on social media
Union leaders have attacked the plans, saying it poses coronavirus risks for claimants and jobcentre staff
The raid took place in Riland Road on a busy Sutton Coldfield bus route near to the town's hospital
Roy Edwards tried to manipulate a 'vulnerable' 12-year-old girl into sending intimate pictures of herself and having sex with him during a series of online messages - who was actually an undercover police officer
The figures, for the seven days to April 11, are based on tests carried out in laboratories (pillar one of the Government's testing programme) and in the wider community (pillar two)
The Duke’s four children will walk alongside his coffin at Prince Philip’s funeral on Saturday Prince Charles, Prince Andrew, Prince Edward and Princess Anne, as well as grandsons Princes William and Harry, will walk alongside a modified Land Rover hearse to St George’s Chapel in Windsor. The guest list for the service includes 30 people, […] The post Prince Philip’s four children to walk alongside coffin at funeral appeared first on Breaking News Today.
People have been urged to stay away after thousands of tonnes of rock has fallen onto Dorset beach in massive chunks A huge section of a cliff-face on the Jurassic Coast in Dorset has collapsed and fallen onto a beach below, as well as into the sea in what is the biggest UK rockfall in […] The post Dorset cliff collapses in biggest UK rockfall for 60 years appeared first on Breaking News Today.
The research compared the effects of psilocybin, the active ingredient within magic mushrooms that gives them their psychedelic effect, with a conventional antidepressant drug. The active ingredient within magic mushrooms that gives them their psychedelic effect, psilocybin, could potentially be as good as, if not better than a leading drug that is currently used to […] The post Researchers say magic mushrooms are ‘promising’ for treating depression appeared first on Breaking News Today.
The funeral for Prince Philip will depart from the usual protocol and see senior royals in civilian dress instead Members of the Royal Family will break with the usual tradition and not wear their military uniforms at the funeral for the Duke of Edinburgh. It is understood that the Queen approved this move, which means […] The post Royals may wear suits at Prince Philip’s funeral, not military uniform appeared first on Breaking News Today.
Hundreds of engineers for British Gas had lost their jobs on Wednesday following a bitter row between the company and its staff Hundreds of engineers for British Gas had lost their jobs on Wednesday following a bitter row between the company and its staff. The British Gas engineers had refused to sign up to new […] The post British Gas lay off hundreds of staff after refusing new contracts appeared first on Breaking News Today.
Boris Johnson has said he shares “widespread concern” about the Greensill lobbying controversy, questioning whether “boundaries” between civil servants and firms had been “properly understood”. Referring to the lobbying controversy, Sir Keir Starmer suggested that Ted Hastings and the AC-12 unit, which is from TV’s Line Of Duty, are needed in order to “get to […] The post PM shares ‘widespread concern’ over Cameron lobbying row appeared first on Breaking News Today.
The event has been recorded in the Court Circular, which is a list of engagements attended by the Queen and the royals. The Queen has returned to her royal duties four days following the Duke of Edinburgh’s death. The monarch hosted an audience with Earl Peel as he formally stood down as Lord Chamberlain. The […] The post The Queen returns to royal duties after the death of Prince Philip appeared first on Breaking News Today.
It is hoped that the dinosaur fossil, which is at a location that is being kept secret, can be saved before it is washed away by the sea. A footprint that had been made by a large meat-eating dinosaur described as being a “real Jurassic giant” has been discovered on a beach in Yorkshire . […] The post Fossil of ‘Jurassic giant’ dinosaur found on the Yorkshire coast appeared first on Breaking News Today.
The restriction on travelling around Scotland will be lifted from Friday, while people are to be permitted to meet up together in larger groups outside. First Minister of Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon, has said that measures were being eased earlier than originally planned in order to help aid people’s mental health. People will be permitted to […] The post COVID travel ban in Scotland to be lifted from Friday appeared first on Breaking News Today.
The statement comes after a WHO team visited Wuhan in China to investigate the origins of COVID-19 The sale of live wild mammals at food markets should be suspended as an emergency measure, the World Health Organisation has now said. The statement comes following a WHO team having visited Wuhan in China in order to […] The post WHO calls for ban on sale of live wild mammals in food markets appeared first on Breaking News Today.
Drivers will face a fine if their licence is no longer up to date
The discount retailer has been taken to court over its sale of the item
Alexina once spent a week perfecting her chocolate fondant recipe while studying at Jesus College
It is estimated that a household would require an annual income of £118,990 to send a child to the school
A cousin will be placed between the Duke of Cambridge and Duke of Sussex during the procession
The full list and analysis of the guests - which includes the Prince's carriage-driving companion
The U's are five points inside the top three with five games of the season remaining
Midsummer Fair organisers have made the tough decision to postpone the 800-year-old fair for a second year
Major residential areas around Peterborough city centre would be affected
Officers are urging victims of number plate theft to come forward
The PSNI is contacting marching bands and Orange lodges right across Northern Ireland to assess their political mood and parading plans, it is reported.
Killowen Primary School’s avid readers have become millionaires!
Electric Ireland has announced the launch of Shooting For The Stars Children’s Competition as part of their Game Changers NI campaign which in partnership with the Irish FA, supports girls’ and women’s football at all levels.
William and Harry will not walk shoulder to shoulder when they join senior royals in the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral procession on Saturday.
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More than half of British workers would be happy to never return to the office – due to fears of germs, a lack of social distancing and being in a room with lots of other people. A study of 1,000 employees who are currently working from home found two thirds would also feel uncomfortable about going back into their workplace full time. Nearly six in 10 (56 per cent) feel anxious at the thought of being back in the office and 46 per cent are apprehensive, while 24 per cent are even feeling stressed. Other worries include lack of personal space (39 per cent), colleagues not using hand sanitiser or soap (27 per cent) and not enough communal cleaning (27 per cent). Having to commute topped the list of anxieties (51 per cent), followed by less flexible working (43 per cent) and social distanci…
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Professional photographer and content creator Craig Sinclair has built his livelihood on capturing amazing shots. Here, he shares his knowledge on how to identify what you need in a camera, and which are the best beginner cams available.
Drinks companies are predicting exciting things for 2021, from letterbox cocktails to low alcohol spirits, banana rum to hard seltzers. Here's what hot in the world of drink.
The Public Health Agency (PHA) is urging everyone who is eligible to book their COVID-19 vaccine now; you don’t need to be invited.
THE Duke of Edinburgh’s carriage-driving companion – one of his closest confidantes – Countess Mountbatten of Burma will join mourners at Philip’s funeral.
CALLS have been made to remove a number of boat wreckages which have lined the banks of a Southampton river “for years”.
AN appeal has been lodged after civic chiefs rejected plans for a new house beside existing properties.
CAMPAIGNERS have raised grave concerns about the condition of two ancient buildings linked to the industry that made a Hampshire town wealthy.
THIS IS the moment fly-tippers dumped a large amount of household waste in a Hampshire businessman’s skip - in full view of security cameras.
A HAMPSHIRE mum who is being treated for breast cancer is set to take on Race for Life at home.
A TOWN council will hold an extraordinary meeting a planning application which could see up to 400 dwellings built if approved.
A HAMPSHIRE trust is inviting residents to live life on the wildside for 30 days.
SOUTHAMPTON'S Green party is calling on the government to hand over control of the test and trace system to local authorities.
QUESTIONS have been raised over whether Flybe will return to Southampton Airport.
Lorna Slater said tailbacks linked to Brexit had shown there was a need for more ways of getting to the continent.
Scots can travel across local authority boundaries for outdoor socialising, recreation and exercise but they must follow the stay local order for other purposes.
Retired marine engineer Bill Glasson received three demands for payment within the space of a week
EXCLUSIVE: Travel restrictions across Scotland are finally lifted today but research shows Scots have endured one of the most stringent lockdowns of anywhere in the world.
Glen Kamara’s lawyer, anti-racist campaigner Aamer Anwar, hit back saying the statement had left his client “horrified and disgusted” and that it “demeaned” the office of the Czech president.
'Does that sound mad? Yes, it does. But that is no measure of whether it is possible or not.'
Scott McKinney, 33, was jailed for 11 months in March for terrorising Danielle Leitch and threatening to stab her boyfriend.
Paisley Sheriff Court heard Kinloch, who was freed last year after serving six years behind bars, rained blows on his friend in Gallowhill Court high rise flats, Paisley, after a heavy drinking session on March 5.
One of Derek Adams' victims, who went on to become a minister, told how she was swept off her feet by him at just 17.
Little Tyler Fallon is in a wheelchair and completely unable to move.
Traffic lights and lane closures from Saturday as dozens of volunteers clean the carriageway
I just loved seeing the way that he enjoyed life and that made it so much harder when he became ill
Continue to follow the restrictions to keep our infection rate down. Keep taking those simple precautions.
There are currently seven people being treated with the virus at Scunthorpe Hospital with one in intensive care
The gang appear to have been terrorising the area, throwing stones, assaulting children and even trying to kick a swan according witnesses
BA Hair and Beauty started up at the beginning of the first lockdown
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Adam had been enjoying a night out in Cleethorpes before starting a new job when tragedy struck
The two-bedroom Ashbee house type coming with a 12 month gym membership for two people at Bannatynes Humberston on completion