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UK job vacancies highest for a year as lockdown eases
The jobs market is showing "early signs of recovery" as unemployment rate falls, official figures show.
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18-May-2021 - Source: BBC News

Pfizer jab can now be stored in a fridge for one month, regulator says
The length of time the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine can be kept unopened in a fridge has been increased from five days to one month.

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18-May-2021 - Source: Sky News

Famous Crystal Palace dinosaur given emergency face-lift
The nose and mouth of the Megalosaurus, which is in Crystal Palace Park, broke off last May.
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18-May-2021 - Source: BBC News

Covid-19: Taskforce aims to help entertainment venues reopen
The communities minister says she is hopeful she will able to attend a concert this summer.
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18-May-2021 - Source: BBC News

RHS Bridgewater: Europe's 'biggest horticultural project' opens
The new 154-acre RHS Bridgewater opens in Salford a year later than planned, due to the pandemic.
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18-May-2021 - Source: BBC News

Appeal after London Olympics photos found in Birmingham
The photos donated at a photographic show are believed to have been found in an attic clear-out.
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18-May-2021 - Source: BBC News

UK jobless rate falls slightly to 4.8% in March
The unemployment rate was 4.8% in the three months to March, compared with 4.9% last time.
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18-May-2021 - Source: BBC News

'Come forward and get your jab': Variant fears spark fresh vaccine take up calls
Ministers are stepping up calls for people to get a COVID jab as soon as they are offered one amid fears over the spread of the Indian variant.

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18-May-2021 - Source: Sky News

'Signs of recovery' for jobs market as unemployment falls to 4.8%
Unemployment dropped slightly to 4.8% in the first quarter of the year as the jobs market showed "early signs of recovery", official figures show.

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18-May-2021 - Source: Sky News

Universities keeping lectures online into autumn term
A student petition calls it "ridiculous" as some UK universities keep lectures online for next term.
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18-May-2021 - Source: BBC News

Euro 2020: Wales fans urged not to travel to Italy and Azerbaijan
Welsh football fans warned against travelling to European Championships group games due to Covid rules.
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18-May-2021 - Source: BBC News

Coronavirus: Ministers to step up vaccine take up calls amid variant fears
Matt Hancock is urging anyone who is unsure about having a Covid jab to "look at the situation in Bolton".
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18-May-2021 - Source: BBC News

Murdered footballer becomes virtual FIFA player 15 years on from his death
At just 15 years old, Kiyan Prince's dreams of becoming a professional footballer were snatched away when he became a victim of knife crime.

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18-May-2021 - Source: Sky News

Porn blocker 'missing' from Online Safety Bill prompts concern
Campaigners are "astonished" that a promised age check for porn is not in the Online Safety Bill.
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18-May-2021 - Source: BBC News

Green light for 'net zero' equivalent for nature
The government is expected to announce a legally-binding target for 2030 to halt nature loss.
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18-May-2021 - Source: BBC News

Working from home: 'Why not work in the car?'
A support worker who relocated her office to her car during lockdown says she plans to stay put.
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17-May-2021 - Source: BBC News

River Nene: Croquet match decides river's pronunciation
One team says "Nen", the other says "Neen", and they call it off after a battle with mallets.
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17-May-2021 - Source: BBC News

'Are you crying?' First mum-daughter hug in a year
Front line NHS worker Viv Hudson hasn't hugged her daughter for over a year – until now.
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17-May-2021 - Source: BBC News

'Structural anomalies' found at cafe linked to Fred West and missing girl
Forensic archaeologists have confirmed there are a number of "structural anomalies" in the cellar of the cafe they are searching for evidence linked to serial killer Fred West and a historical missing person case.

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17-May-2021 - Source: Sky News

Mary Bastholm: Evidence body buried at Fred West cafe
Excavation work will now take place at the Gloucester cafe where Mary Bastholm worked.
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17-May-2021 - Source: BBC News

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