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George Floyd: Violence erupts at anti-racism protest in London
Violence has erupted in London after a group of Black Lives Matter protesters clashed with the police - with bottles thrown and mounted officers charging down Whitehall.
Madeleine McCann: German authorities 'ignored tip-off about suspect in 2013'
German authorities reportedly ignored warnings from their own police seven years ago that suspect Christian B could have abducted and killed Madeleine McCann.
Coronavirus: Government accused of blindsiding NHS trusts with new face mask rules
The government has been accused of placing hospitals in an "incredibly challenging situation" by failing to consult NHS trusts on new rules requiring outpatients, visitors and staff to wear face coverings.
George Floyd death: Police officers appearing to shove elderly man during protests charged with assault
Two officers in the US have been charged with second-degree assault after police were filmed shoving a 75-year-old man to the ground during protests over the death of George Floyd.
'You are the vaccine to virus of racism': Joshua gives speech to George Floyd protesters in Watford
World heavyweight boxing champion Anthony Joshua has told Black Lives Matter protesters that they are the "vaccine" to the "virus" of racism.
George Floyd death: Banksy sets fire to US flag in new artwork inspired by Black Lives Matter
Banksy has revealed new artwork inspired by the death of George Floyd, showing his support for the Black Lives Matter movement.
UK Weather: UK to be hit by rain, gales and thunderstorms as temperatures drop
Britain is set to be hit by heavy downpours and gales this weekend as temperatures plummet.
Coronavirus: Plan to lift Sunday trading rules to boost economy
Sunday trading restrictions could be suspended for a year under government plans to kick-start the UK's coronavirus-ravaged economy.
Coronavirus: Another 204 UK deaths as England hospital fatalities down
Another 204 people have died with the coronavirus in the UK, according to the the latest Department of Health figures.
Coronavirus: D-Day commemorations muted by COVID-19 restrictions
Coronavirus restrictions have meant the D-Day commemorations in Normandy have been the smallest ever, with veterans and their families unable to attend for the first time.