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Coronavirus: People should start wearing face masks now - and not just on public transport, doctors say
Plans to make face coverings compulsory on public transport do not go far enough, the British Medical Association has warned.
George Floyd death: Trainee officer charged over arrest tried to object, court told
One of the four former Minneapolis officers charged over George Floyd's death tried to warn his fellow officers during the arrest, a court has heard.
Coronavirus: Police forces plan to use their own contact tracing system
Police forces are planning their own contact tracing system over concerns the government's test and trace scheme could place officers in danger, Sky News has learned.
Tiger Woods: Back - unseen footage documents the rise, fall and comeback of golfing star
Tiger Woods was the rock star of the golfing world - an athlete who transcended his sport, but later became a news story for all the wrong reasons.
Coronavirus: 'Die-in' outside Dominic Cummings's house over COVID-19 response
Protesters staged a "die-in" outside Dominic Cummings' house over the government's response to the coronavirus pandemic.
George Floyd death: Nicola Sturgeon says it is 'hard to not conclude' Trump is a racist
Nicola Sturgeon has said it is "hard to not conclude" that Donald Trump is a racist.
Madeleine McCann: Police receive 270 calls and emails after appeal for information about latest suspect
The Metropolitan Police has received more than 270 calls and emails since launching a new appeal about the disappearance of Madeleine McCann.
Coronavirus: Want to avoid busy train services? This tool will be able to help
A new warning system will allow train passengers to avoid busy services - increasing the chance of them being able to follow social distancing measures.
Coronavirus: Watchdog to investigate racial inequalities in British COVID-19 deaths
An inquiry is being launched by the human rights watchdog to address racial inequalities highlighted by the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus: Benjamin Zephaniah 'scared' after two family members die of COVID-19
Poet Benjamin Zephaniah has said he is scared of what COVID-19 can do as he revealed two members of his family have died with the virus.