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More than 800 legal professionals accuse ministers of "hostility" which they claim jeopardises safety.
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Devi Nurjandoa survived Covid but is now having to adjust to a new way of life.
A prison officer was dismissed after failing to spot a man who had been "dead for some time".
Transport for London issues nearly 500 fines of £100 to people not wearing face coverings.
People share the assumptions and questions they face over their identity.
Sebastian’s mum has grown a big online following by spreading dangerous Covid conspiracy theories.
People aged 16-25 were more than twice as likely as older workers to have lost their job
Four years on from BHS's collapse, has the audit industry, criticised for not spotting problems, changed?
Job vacancies fail to return to pre-pandemic levels in many towns, according to new research.