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30 Jun 5:49pm Hong Kong security law: Life sentences for breaking China-imposed law
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People in the city face life in jail for a host of offences under the new Chinese legislation.
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30 Jun 3:22pm Boy, 3, dies after car crashes into Edinburgh charity shop
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A 37-year-old woman was also hurt in the incident on Morningside Road in Edinburgh.
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30 Jun 3:16pm Ferrari forced to make a major redesign of their car
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Ferrari are making a major redesign of their car as a result of flaws discovered since it ran in pre-season testing in February.
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30 Jun 3:10pm Updated Plane-maker Airbus plans to cut 1,700 UK jobs
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The aerospace firm blames coronavirus for the cuts, warning of 1,700 job losses at its UK plants.
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30 Jun 3:00pm Updated Man City agree to sell Sane to Bayern Munich
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Manchester City agree to sell winger Leroy Sane to Bayern Munich in a deal that could earn them £54.8m.
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30 Jun 2:35pm Updated Stokes to captain England in first West Indies Test
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Ben Stokes will captain England for the first time after confirmation Joe Root will miss the first Test against West Indies.
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30 Jun 1:47pm Updated Shropshire baby deaths: Police investigation into hospital trust
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Over 1,000 families are in contact with a review into Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust.
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30 Jun 1:14pm Updated EasyJet plans to close bases and cut staff
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The airline says it is consulting on plans to close bases at Stansted, Southend and Newcastle.
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30 Jun 12:57pm Rental e-scooters to be made legal on roads in Great Britain from Saturday
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Hired, but not private, e-scooters will be allowed on roads in Great Britain, the government says.
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30 Jun 12:54pm Updated Boris Johnson: Economy speech fact-checked
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The PM outlined £5bn worth of infrastructure projects, but what was behind the numbers?
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30 Jun 12:16pm Updated Coronavirus: How will local lockdowns work?
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A local lockdown has been introduced to stop the spread of Covid-19 in Leicester - but how will it work?
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30 Jun 12:03pm Rental e-scooters to be made legal on UK roads from Saturday
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The government is set to say hired, but not private, e-scooters will be allowed on roads from Saturday.
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30 Jun 11:50am Louis Mahoney: Trailblazing actor and activist dies at 81
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"Louis paved the way for many actors who followed: a lifelong activist and champion of anti-racism."
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30 Jun 11:21am Updated Carl Reiner: US comedy star dies at 98
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The veteran actor, comedian and writer also starred in Ocean's Eleven as conman Saul Bloom.
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30 Jun 10:59am GCSE and A-level autumn exams offered in all subjects
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Students will be able to sit a "full suite" of exams in the autumn if they don't like their summer grades.
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30 Jun 10:56am Updated Theresa May criticises PM over choice of Brexit envoy for security role
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Theresa May questions Brexit envoy David Frost's qualifications to replace Sir Mark Sedwill in role.
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30 Jun 9:07am Liverpool city centre zip wire attraction gets green light
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The aerial zip wire attraction will run from St John's Beacon to Liverpool Central Library.
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30 Jun 8:22am Updated Leicester lockdown: Parents and pupils upset at school closures
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Leicester's schools will be closed from Thursday as the city tackles a spike in Covid-19 cases.
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30 Jun 7:37am Boris Johnson: This is the moment to be ambitious
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Boris Johnson sets out a "new deal" to "build back better" after the coronavirus lockdown.
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30 Jun 7:36am Coronavirus: UK economy hit by worse contraction since 1979
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The economy contracted by more than first estimated between January and March, revised figures show.
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30 Jun 7:03am Cineworld delays reopening UK cinemas to 31 July
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The cinema chain says it pushed back the opening date to tie in with upcoming movie releases.
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30 Jun 6:35am Updated Leicester lockdown tightened as coronavirus cases rise
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The local lockdown means non-essential shops are shut and schools will close for most pupils in the city.
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30 Jun 6:22am Updated Hong Kong security law: China passes controversial legislation
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Many fear that Beijing's radical new law will end the freedoms Hong Kong has enjoyed since handover.
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30 Jun 6:16am Peep Show blackface scene removed from Netflix but remains on C4
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But it's still on Channel 4, who say they don't think "erasing our creative history is a quick fix".
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30 Jun 5:52am Updated Coronavirus: UK economy hit worse than first thought
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The economy contracted by more than first estimated between January and March, revised figures show.
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30 Jun 5:00am Warwickshire sign former England all-rounder Bresnan
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Warwickshire sign former Yorkshire and England all-rounder Tim Bresnan on an initial loan, followed by a two-year deal.
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30 Jun 4:43am Cineworld delays reopening of UK cinemas to 31 July
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The cinema chain said it's pushed back the opening date to tie in with upcoming movie releases.
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30 Jun 3:46am Updated Coronavirus: Leicester lockdown tightened as cases rise
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Non-essential shops will shut and schools will close for most pupils in the city, Matt Hancock says.
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30 Jun 2:28am Updated Wirecard: Financial watchdog lifts restrictions on payments
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Thousands of people were barred from using their cash cards because of the collapse of Wirecard.
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30 Jun 1:29am Adam Peaty on fatherhood, mental health and improving swimming’s diversity
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GB breaststroke star Adam Peaty on fatherhood, mental health and changing swimming’s diversity problem.
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29 Jun 11:26pm China passes controversial Hong Kong security law
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Beijing has passed the law, the BBC has learned, deepening fears for the city's freedoms.
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29 Jun 8:20pm Civil service: What changes does the government want to make?
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There are 450,000 civil servants working in the UK, but what do they do?
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29 Jun 8:16pm 100 days of lockdown: How life changed in the small town of Telford
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What's lockdown been like for personal trainer, a student, a rapper and a semi-pro footballer?
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29 Jun 8:07pm Coronavirus: Stop childhood being disrupted - charities
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The life chances of children and young people risk being derailed over Covid-19, warn 146 charities.
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29 Jun 7:01pm Coronavirus: Choir song honours health and care workers who have died
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Composer Howard Goodall's new song features the names of over a hundred NHS and care home workers who have died.
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