Solskjaer: Manchester United will suffer not being in Champions League

Solskjaer: Manchester United will suffer not being in Champions League

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer knows the longer Manchester United are out of the Champions League the more they will "suffer". The Red Devils are preparing to take on Club Brugge in the Europa League round of 32 on Thursday night, having missed out on a ti...
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Inside the first NHS Nightingale Hospital

Inside the first NHS Nightingale Hospital

Rows of cubicles erected in London's ExCel centre show the expected scale of the growth in numbers of coronavirus patients. Soldiers and trade contractors are converting the exhibition centre, which usually hosts trade shows and conferences, into...
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Bolton furlough staff as coronavirus outbreak hits club's finances

Bolton furlough staff as coronavirus outbreak hits club's finances

Sky Bet League One club Bolton have placed a number of staff on furlough, while senior management have taken a "significant pay reduction". Bolton were on the brink of financial collapse over the summer before a takeover, but continue to face cha...
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Simon Stevens says NHS worker coronavirus testing will double on visit to Nightingale Hospital

Simon Stevens says NHS worker coronavirus testing will double on visit to Nightingale Hospital

NHS England chief executive Sir Simon Stevens has said Covid-19 testing will start to be rolled out across NHS workers this week. The move comes amid confusion about the scale of testing in the UK after a Cabinet minister claimed the 10,000-a-day...
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Coronavirus: How has sport been affected?

Coronavirus: How has sport been affected?

A look at how the sporting calendar has been affected by the coronavirus outbreak.
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Care Minister Helen Whately grilled on inaction of Governement after 2016 pandemic test-run

Care Minister Helen Whately grilled on inaction of Governement after 2016 pandemic test-run

LBC's Nick Ferrari has a heated interview with the Care Minister Helen Whately. He asked her about Exercise Cygnus (the 2016 pandemic trial/dummy run that the Conservative government ran) - which she didn't know about.
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Premier League players could isolate together to complete season

Premier League players could isolate together to complete season

A World Cup-style camp is one solution being considered by Premier League clubs as a means to complete the 2019-20 season amid the coronavirus pandemic. It was reported on Monday morning that clubs could gather in a neutral location to play out t...
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Harry Kane and Steph Houghton help launch Football's Staying Home campaign

Harry Kane and Steph Houghton help launch Football's Staying Home campaign

England captains Harry Kane and Steph Houghton have helped launch the Football Association's Football's Staying Home campaign promoting physical and mental wellbeing. The initiative will bring together past and present players and experts from St...
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Max Whitlock: I have a pommel horse in my garden

Max Whitlock: I have a pommel horse in my garden

Gymnast Max Whitlock says he's training for the postponed Tokyo Olympics in his garden and is introducing a new home training initiative #GymnasticsWithMax, on Heart Breakfast with Jamie Theakston.
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Sturgeon: Several NHS screening programmes suspended to help coronavirus effort

Sturgeon: Several NHS screening programmes suspended to help coronavirus effort

Nicola Sturgeon announces that several NHS screening programmes will be suspended across Scotland. These include breast, cervical and bowel screening. She said the decision "was not taken lightly" and was based on recommendations from the chief m...
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Prince of Wales out of self-isolation

Prince of Wales out of self-isolation

The Prince of Wales, who tested positive for coronavirus last week after developing mild symptoms, is now out of self-isolation, Clarence House has said. Charles, 71, had developed mild symptoms of Covid-19 and self-isolated at his Scottish home ...
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Buxton's 'blue lagoon' turned black to prevent gatherings

Buxton's 'blue lagoon' turned black to prevent gatherings

The water at the Harpur Hill Quarry near Buxton is what's known for its unique turquoise colour, and has been nicknamed the 'Blue Lagoon'. But it has now been dyed black by Derbyshire police in an attempt to deter people from visiting the spot, du...
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Italian coronavirus doctor plays Don't Stop Me Now on the piano

Italian coronavirus doctor plays Don't Stop Me Now on the piano

Dr Christian Mongiardi plays Queen's Don't Stop Me Now during a break from caring for coronavirus patients. He works in High Intensity Medicine at the Circolo di Varese Hospital in the badly-hit Lombardy region of Italy.
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Wildlife remains vibrant as South Downs National Park celebrates 10th anniversary

Wildlife remains vibrant as South Downs National Park celebrates 10th anniversary

Footage showcasing the vibrancy of wildlife living in the South Downs National Park. The National Park is home to some of the rarest fauna living in Britain. Director of countryside policy and management Andrew Lee said "Biodiversity loss is glob...
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Jade Thirlwall gives a virtual tour of her flat during coronavirus lockdown

Jade Thirlwall gives a virtual tour of her flat during coronavirus lockdown

Little Mix's Jade Thirlwall gives a tour around her London flat on FaceTime where she is self-isolating on Capital Breakfast with Roman Kemp showcasing including her drinks cabinet and toilet guest book.
Dominic Cummings self-isolating with coronavirus symptoms

Dominic Cummings self-isolating with coronavirus symptoms

Boris Johnson's adviser Dominic Cummings is self-isolating with coronavirus symptoms. He reportedly became ill over the weekend, but remains in contact with Downing Street.
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Choir attends virtual rehearsal during Covid-19 lockdown

Choir attends virtual rehearsal during Covid-19 lockdown

Credit: Battersea Power Station Community Choir. The Battersea Power Station Community Choir has utilised technology to keep its rehearsals going during the coronavirus lockdown. Here is a look at one of its virtual rehearsal sessions with choir d...
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Ireland lockdown: Young girl reads story to calves

Ireland lockdown: Young girl reads story to calves

Georgie Hynes, 6, has been reading stories to her family's calves at their farm in Aherla, west of Cork City, after the coronavirus pandemic saw people in Ireland and the United Kingdom ordered to remain in their homes.
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EasyJet grounds entire aircraft fleet due to coronavirus

EasyJet grounds entire aircraft fleet due to coronavirus

EasyJet has grounded its entire fleet of aircraft due to the coronavirus pandemic, the airline has announced. The Luton-based carrier said parking all 344 of its planes "removes significant cost" as the aviation industry struggles to cope with a ...
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This is the new Audi A3

This is the new Audi A3

With the new VW Golf bursting onto the scene at the end of 2019, the arrival of similarly-sized models from the sister brands were inevitable - such are the ways of the Volkswagen Group. So, here's the new Audi A3.
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Brexit briefing: 276 days until the end of the transition period

Brexit briefing: 276 days until the end of the transition period

The UK left the European Union on January 31. Here we look at the latest figures and key dates in the ongoing Brexit process.
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Which team has spent most time top of the league?

Which team has spent most time top of the league?

We take a look at the side that has spent the most days top of the football league since its inception in 1888. Though Manchester United and Liverpool being at the top may not surprise many, some of the clubs that crop up earlier may raise eyebrows.
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Boris Johnson reveals 20,000 NHS staff have returned to service

Boris Johnson reveals 20,000 NHS staff have returned to service

Behind closed doors in quarantine Boris Johnson announced that 20,000 NHS staff have returned to the service to help in the fight against the coronavirus outbreak.
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10 ways to keep in touch digitally while under lockdown

10 ways to keep in touch digitally while under lockdown

Life under lockdown has seen once busy social lives grind to a halt and families left unable to visit each other. Here are a few ideas to keep your diaries full for the near future.
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Coronavirus: How has sport been affected?

Coronavirus: How has sport been affected?

A look at how the sporting calendar has been affected by the coronavirus outbreak.
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