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Where people live and the jobs they do are more likely to explain the differences, research shows.
Officers handling a convicted terrorist who killed two people had "no specific training", a court hears.
Harry Vaughan, who admits 14 terror charges, held "extreme" right-wing views, a court hears.
New Covid restrictions in Lancashire are "basically suffocating" trade, one pub boss says.
The move to tier three, after intensive talks, sees pubs and car boot sales closed but gyms stay open.
The R number has crept up to 1.3-1.5, with growth of the epidemic still widespread.
A leading scientist who sits on the SAGE committee that advises the government says the current row between Westminster and local leaders is “very dangerous”.
The DJ, who quit the BBC over a racist slur in a news report, says it must improve its diversity.
Terry Thomas is almost blind after routine eye surgery was repeatedly cancelled.
A geographer wants to help people find their feet by mapping the best routes to walk between towns.
Some small businesses are resisting calls from social media influencers for free gifts.
Brian Conley is to play Scrooge in one of the UK's biggest stage shows since lockdown.
Persistent rain on Saturday October has broken the record for the wettest day across the whole of the UK.
BBC Scotland has a peak inside the Dominion to find out from the usually private family owners what it takes to operate an empty cinema.
They are to be required in workplace canteens, with more areas affected from Monday.
The authorised account of the comedian's life reveals the troubled origins of her public genius.
Areas where transmission is highest in England are shutting gyms, but does the science support it?
Carer Terry Thomas, 72, has given his seriously ill partner the wrong medication due to his sight.
There are questions over how the move will be policed and whether it will cause "division".
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