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The mayor will meet council leaders over fears the city is days behind hotspots in northern England.
Welsh Government may have to consider stricter enforcement if people break Covid-19 rules, says minister.
The chair of Stormont's health committee says it wants to discuss testing issues with Robin Swann.
The transfers took place after officials were told of the $80m fraud, the secret files reveal.
The tourist attraction will shut for the foreseeable future due to the effects of coronavirus.
The suspect, in her 20s, is released under investigation as police warn dog owners to be "vigilant".
Diego Méntrida realised the athlete ahead had made a mistake and slowed as he approached the finish.
Josh Quigley is believed to have broken the record for the North Coast 500 by six minutes.
The Scottish health secretary says the issue is among stricter measures being discussed this weekend.
The Labour leader tells the BBC testing problems make further Covid-19 restrictions "more likely".
Play was stopped for 15 minutes while attempts were made to remove "man of the match" Oscar.
It followed a Westminster Abbey service which was "reduced in stature but not in spirit", organisers say.
Three Spitfires and a Hurricane flew over Westminster Abbey in a box formation to mark the 80th anniversary.
The musician, who was also part of heavy metal band Uriah Heep, had been diagnosed with prostate cancer.
A man is arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after the stabbings in Plymouth.
Paul Morgan, 39, died in hospital after the "targeted attack" in Toxteth, Liverpool, police say.
People reported queues for attractions and traffic was gridlocked in Blackpool on Saturday.
Matt Hancock's warning comes as the government introduces £10,000 fines for people who fail to self-isolate.
The victim was shot in the arms and legs after three men forced their way into a house, police say.
The holiday camp firm expects workers to take paid or unpaid leave once the government scheme ends.