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February 21, 2020
Sabina Nessa: 36-year-old man charged with murder of primary school teacher

Sabina Nessa: 36-year-old man charged with murder of primary school teacher

A 36-year-old man has been charged with the murder of primary school teacher Sabina Nessa.

Army on standby 'as a precaution' amid fuel crisis, says government

Army on standby 'as a precaution' amid fuel crisis, says government

The government has put the army on standby and soldiers will be deployed if needed amid the ongoing fuel supply crisis.

Calls for key workers to be prioritised for fuel - but who should be front of the queue?

Calls for key workers to be prioritised for fuel - but who should be front of the queue?

The government is facing calls to prioritise essential workers as some petrol supplies run dry amid impacts of a shortage of lorry drivers.

Mother, two children and friend died as result of 'violent attack' at sleepover, inquest hears

Mother, two children and friend died as result of 'violent attack' at sleepover, inquest hears

Four people found in a house in Killamarsh died as a result of a "violent attack" at a sleepover, an inquest has heard.

UK records another 37,960 COVID cases and 40 related deaths

UK records another 37,960 COVID cases and 40 related deaths

The UK has recorded another 37,960 coronavirus cases and a further 40 related deaths in the latest 24-hour period.

Boy, 12, who died after 'incident on slope' at indoor ski centre is named by police

Boy, 12, who died after 'incident on slope' at indoor ski centre is named by police

A 12-year-old boy who died at an indoor ski and snowboarding centre has been named by police as Louis Watkiss.

MP threatened to send naked pictures of woman to her family, court told

MP threatened to send naked pictures of woman to her family, court told

An MP allegedly threatened to send naked pictures of a woman to her family because she was jealous of her friendship with her partner.

MoJ unveils plans to build two prisons housing 3,430 inmates in Essex

MoJ unveils plans to build two prisons housing 3,430 inmates in Essex

Two prisons holding 3,430 inmates could be built on land around an RAF air base in Essex.

There are signs that panic buying at the pumps is 'calming down', says government minister

There are signs that panic buying at the pumps is 'calming down', says government minister

There are signs that panic buying at the pumps is "calming down" and motorists are "getting back to normal buying habits", the environment secretary has said.

Migrants crossing Channel this year already double total for 2020

Migrants crossing Channel this year already double total for 2020

The number of migrants who have crossed the English Channel in small boats this year has doubled the total for all of 2020 - with more than three months left of 2021.