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29 Jun 4:59pm Northampton thump Exeter at empty Wembley to reach League One
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Northampton Town win promotion at an empty Wembley as they ease past 10-man Exeter City in the League Two play-off final.
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29 Jun 4:36pm Updated Could a boycott kill Facebook?
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As Ford, Adidas, Microsoft and HP pause ads on the social network, should Facebook be worried?
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29 Jun 3:50pm Updated Golden State Killer pleads guilty to 13 murders
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Ex-policeman Joseph DeAngelo terrorised Californian communities in the 1970s and 80s.
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29 Jun 2:47pm Coronavirus: Mandatory MOTs to be reintroduced from August
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Vehicle owners have been able to delay the test for six months during lockdown.
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29 Jun 2:42pm David Frost: Does it matter if the national security adviser is politically appointed?
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Our security correspondent looks at the appointment of David Frost as an adviser to the prime minister.
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29 Jun 2:39pm Back-to-school safety plans for autumn in England leaked
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Whole school years will be in separate "bubbles" when pupils go back in September, say leaked plans.
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29 Jun 1:56pm Updated Coronavirus: New guidance for weddings in England
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Ceremonies of up to 30 people can go ahead but big receptions, singing and food are not allowed.
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29 Jun 1:14pm Updated County cricket: 1 August start as delayed season given green light
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The delayed 2020 county season will begin on 1 August, the England and Wales Cricket Board confirms.
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29 Jun 12:41pm How UK museums are responding to Black Lives Matter
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With museums reopening in July, the return of looted cultural objects is in the spotlight again.
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29 Jun 12:35pm Updated Coronavirus bubbles: Two households in Wales can join up from Monday
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Two households will be allowed to form one "extended household" in the latest change to Covid rules.
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29 Jun 12:33pm Updated Brexit: Face-to-face trade talks between UK and EU begin in Brussels
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UK and EU negotiators are meeting in person for the first time since the coronavirus outbreak.
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29 Jun 12:10pm Byron Burger lines up administrators as it seeks buyer
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The burger chain wants some protection from creditors as it seeks a rescue deal.
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29 Jun 12:08pm Troy Deeney: Keep up the pressure against racism, says Watford captain
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Watford striker Troy Deeney, a key organiser of the Premier League's Black Lives Matter support, says the next challenge is to keep up the pressure for change.
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29 Jun 12:03pm Coronavirus: UK hardest hit by virus among leading G7 nations
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Analysis by the BBC shows Covid-19 deaths and excess deaths have been proportionately worse in the UK.
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29 Jun 11:40am Coronavirus: Has China or the US tested more?
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China and the US both say they have done the most testing for coronavirus - so who's right?
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29 Jun 11:21am County cricket season given 1 August start date
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The delayed 2020 county season will begin on 1 August, the England and Wales Cricket Board confirms.
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29 Jun 10:53am Leicester City will adapt if lockdown is extended locally, says Brendan Rodgers
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Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers says his side "will react accordingly" if lockdown measures are extended locally.
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29 Jun 10:51am Penalty fines for missing school next term
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Parents could be fined if children miss school in the autumn - but heads reject this approach.
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29 Jun 10:20am Coronavirus: Leicester residents and businesses react to lockdown plans
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Pubs and restaurants in the city could remain closed for two extra weeks due to a spike in cases.
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29 Jun 10:12am Rankin portraits celebrate NHS workers during pandemic
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Photographer Rankin photographed 12 people whose jobs have been critical during the pandemic.
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29 Jun 7:07am Coronavirus: Swift and dangerous turn in Texas cases, says governor
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The governor says 5,000 people are being admitted to hospital daily as Texans are told to wear masks.
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29 Jun 6:30am Nurse hugs two-year-old son after 11 weeks apart
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Charlotte Cole isolated from her son George after Covid-19 was confirmed at her workplace.
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29 Jun 6:27am Pupils return to school in Wales after three months
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Schools are reopening for the first time since March in Wales - with big differences.
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29 Jun 6:00am Pakistan attack: Deadly raid on stock exchange in Karachi
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Four armed men storm the financial hub in Karachi, killing three people before being shot dead.
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29 Jun 4:46am Brit Awards 2021 pushed back by three months
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The music ceremony will now take place next May, to have a better chance of staging a full live show.
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29 Jun 4:22am PM Boris Johnson promising £1bn to rebuild crumbling schools
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Boris Johnson announces cash for 50 school rebuilding projects in England, starting next year.
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29 Jun 2:28am PM promising £1bn to rebuild crumbling schools
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Boris Johnson announces cash for 50 school rebuilding projects in England, starting next year.
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29 Jun 2:23am Coronavirus: Schools investment, Leicester spike and testing boost
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Five things you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak this Monday morning.
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29 Jun 12:33am Hebei: China locks down 400,000 people after virus spike near Beijing
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It's a small spike in Hebei near Beijing - but enough for officials to reinstate a strict lockdown.
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28 Jun 11:53pm Coronavirus: Huge increase in lockdown speeding drivers
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Met Police figures show a rise of 71% in those breaking the limit on London's roads in April.
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28 Jun 10:19pm Coronavirus: Number of mobile testing units to more than double
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A further 1,763 armed forces personnel will help with testing at the 140 new pop-up facilities.
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28 Jun 8:01pm How the world celebrated 50 years of Pride - despite the pandemic
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Most LGBT Pride events were cancelled or moved online because of coronavirus, but not all.
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28 Jun 7:06pm How teargas became the go-to weapon for US police
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The riot control agent has been banned in war for 100 years but remains a vital tool for police.
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28 Jun 7:03pm Who needs Wimbledon? Strawberry sales soar
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The cancellation of events like weddings and Wimbledon has not stopped strawberry sales soaring.
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28 Jun 7:02pm Brexit: Where are we now?
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It's been out of the headlines for the past few months, but Brexit is back on the political menu
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28 Jun 7:01pm Extra £14bn needed a year for climate, report says
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A report by the Green Alliance think tank argues that extra cash is required for clean transport.
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