Shoppers returned to London's Oxford Street as Covid lockdown restrictions were eased across England.
Hairdressers, non-essential shops and pubs with beer gardens were allowed to reopen as stage two of the government's roadmap to lifting lockdown rules.
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At London’s St Pancras International train station, passenger numbers have dropped by up to 95% during the pandemic. But using a new camera system and virtual modeling by UK startup Open Space, the station has found a way to monitor social distancing and passenger flow through the building and beyond.
A 34-year-old man has been charged with the murder of a millionaire hotelier.Police said Sir Richard Sutton, who owned a string of top hotels in London, died on Wednesday during an incident at a property near Gillingham, Dorset.Officers said a woman in her 60s was seriously injured in the incident and was airlifted to Southmead Hospital in Bristol, where she remains in a critical condition.A spokesman for Sir Richard Sutton Ltd said the woman is Anne Schreiber, who was “a hugely important part of Sir Richard’s life” having cared for him for a “long period”, and wished her “a swift and full recovery”.Thomas Schreiber, from the Gillingham area, has been charged with murder, attempted murder and dangerous driving and is due before magistrates in Poole on Monday.
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Speaking to the media at Stormont House in Belfast, Secretary of State Brandon Lewis welcomes the condemnation of violence from all the Stormont parties and expresses his confidence in the PSNI. Mr Lewis denied that the UK Government had abandoned unionists through the new Brexit arrangements - one of the concerns inflaming tensions among loyalists that have sparked a week of violence, which police said has been on a scale not seen in recent years.Mr Lewis arrived in Northern Ireland on Thursday following violent scenes at a Belfast interface on Wednesday evening, to speak to political and faith leaders.
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Sir Keir Starmer has urged Boris Johnson to “step up” and convene all-party talks, as he noted Unionist concerns that the Prime Minister’s Brexit promises are not being kept.The Labour leader, a former human rights adviser to the Northern Ireland Policing Board, said there is “no justification” for the rioting.
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Prime Minister Boris Johnson has paid tribute to the Duke of Edinburgh saying he has given people a "model of selflessness" and made the country a better place.
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England’s shops, hairdressers, pub beer gardens and pavement cafes reopened on Monday as the coronavirus lockdown eased.Boris Johnson urged the nation to “behave responsibly” as life took another step back towards normality, with indoor gyms, swimming pools, nail salons and zoos also welcoming customers.
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The Duke of Edinburgh has left the NHS hospital where he had heart surgery and has been moved back to the private King Edward VII’s Hospital to recuperate, Buckingham Palace said.Philip, 99, underwent a successful procedure for a pre-existing heart condition at St Bartholomew’s Hospital in the City of London on Wednesday, three months before his 100th birthday.
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Over a thousand music lovers in Amsterdam have been back on the dance floor at a music test-event, as part of government-backed research designed to find the best way to reintroduce mass gatherings in the Netherlands. Adam Reed reports.
The Free Balochistan Movement Germany Branch held a protest in front of the Pakistani Consulate in Frankfurt. The protesters shouted slogans against Pakistan and also held banners expressing solidarity with the families of the state victims of enforced disappearance in Balochistan. A large number of people in Balochistan have gone missing who locals allege have been kidnapped by security agencies. A majority of them are languishing in detention centres for years whereas some are extra-judicially killed and tortured. Watch the full video for all the details.
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The Free Balochistan Movement Germany Branch organized a protest in front of the Pakistani Consulate in Frankfurt to express solidarity with the families of the state victims of enforced disappearance in Balochistan and to inform the international community about Pakistan and Iran's atrocities against the Baloch people. Demonstrators held banners and placards with various slogans. They also chanted slogans against Pakistani and Iranian atrocities. A large number of people in Balochistan have done missing which the locals allege are kidnapped by security agencies. A majority of them are languishing in detention centres for years whereas some are extra-judicially killed and tortured. A large number of Baloch youth, who have migrated to the West, are raising their voice against Pakistan's atrocities on the Baloch people.