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12 Feb 3:25am Coronavirus live updates: China death rate appears to slow as 39 new cases found on cruise ship – latest news
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New figures report 97 deaths up to midnight on Tuesday, as WHO chief warns threat is greater than terrorism. Follow all the developments here
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12 Feb 3:05am UK weather: snow and ice hits Britain with Storm Dennis looming
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Cumbria, Northumberland and Scotland brace for blizzards and travel disruption Snow and ice could cause travel disruption on Wednesday before Britain is struck by another burst of heavy rain and gales from Storm Dennis over the weekend. Cumbria, Northumberland and vast swathes of Scotland have been warned of “blizzard conditions” by the Met Office as snow showers combine with strong winds.
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12 Feb 1:26am Coronavirus live updates: China death rate appears to slow as 39 new cases found on cruise ship – latest news
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New figures report 95 deaths up to midnight on Tuesday, a drop of 22% on the previous day, as WHO chief warns threat is greater than terrorism. Follow all the developments here
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12 Feb 1:00am Global economic growth will take big hit due to loss of nature
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Damage to environment could wipe £368bn a year from growth by 2050 and UK will be hard hit, WWF warns
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12 Feb 1:00am Woods and irons: Winners and losers in the path of HS2
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South Cubbington Wood will be partially destroyed because of HS2, but local golf club spared The news that Rose Guiot had been dreading for the past decade was confirmed on Tuesday afternoon. South Cubbington Wood, which has been a feature in her life since she was a child, will be
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12 Feb 12:00am Does electing a leader with Jewish roots prove Jobbik has changed?
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Hungarian political party says it is no longer far right, but its shift should not be exaggerated Hungary’s Jobbik was one of the
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11 Feb 11:29pm PM will not commit to Indigenous recognition referendum until there is consensus – politics live
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Scott Morrison tables ‘sobering’ Closing the Gap report as Senate turns up the heat on the Coalition to release the PM&C report into the sports grants affair. All the day’s events, live
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11 Feb 11:27pm Coronavirus live updates: China death rate appears to slow as 39 new cases found on cruise ship – latest news
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New figures report 95 deaths up to midnight on Tuesday, a drop of 22% on the previous day, as WHO chief warns threat is greater than terrorism. Follow all the developments here
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11 Feb 10:00pm Crisp maker savours cameo role in Oscar-winning film
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Bonilla a la vista sees sales boom after its distinctive tins feature in Bong Joon-ho’s comedy thriller Parasite
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11 Feb 7:28pm Coronavirus live updates: China death rate appears to slow as 39 new cases found on cruise ship – latest news
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New figures report 95 deaths up to midnight on Tuesday, a drop of 22% on the previous day, as WHO chief warns threat is greater than terrorism. Follow all the developments here
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11 Feb 7:01pm Moo swings? Cows go through disruptive puberty too – study
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Scientists say animals can become more or less bold and adventurous as they grow up Humans are not alone in enduring the rollercoaster ride of puberty as powerful hormones flood the body and cause mood swings from one day to the next. Scientists have found that dairy cows pass through a similar phase of emotional confusion that disturbs their otherwise rather stable personalities. The findings emerged from extensive observations of Holstein dairy cattle as they matured from calves to adulthood. “Our study identified a period of inconsistency in personality traits over puberty,” said Nina Von Keyserlingk, a professor of animal welfare at the University of British Columbia in Canada.
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