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  Ministers are concerned that the hot weather could tempt some people to flout the lockdown rules.
  They pair performed a duet of Sir Cliff’s 1979 hit We Don’t Talk Anymore.
  The event’s organiser promised it would happen “somewhere on Earth”.
  It combines streams, downloads, broadcasts and performances.
  The technology is based on a consumer DNA testing service developed by engineers at Imperial College London.
  There are a whole host of online options available.
  The consumer group says essential items continue to be offered on Amazon and eBay at inflated prices by sellers attempting to profit on Covid-19.
  Researchers have been looking at how the animals became part of modern Easter traditions.
  Councils across the UK have warned anyone planning weekend trips that they can expect to be turned away by police.
  Labour’s Anneliese Dodds said Sir Keir Starmer ‘was pivotal’ to the direction on Europe that her party took at the last general election.
  Institutions need an extra £2bn in research funding to overcome challenges, vice-chancellors say.
  The briefing looks at the funding allocation for councils across England.
  Cash machine network Link says Barclays, NatWest, PayPoint and Sainsbury’s Bank are supporting a commitment to help maintain the spread of free ATMs.
  The image was uncovered in a purchase by music memorabilia specialists Tracks Ltd.
  The hugely successful boy band went on indefinite hiatus in 2016.
  Mario Centeno, who heads the finance ministers’ group from euro countries, said Europe has shown it can deliver.
  Mr Jenrick said he respected social distancing when he dropped off medicines and other essentials to his elderly parents in Shropshire.
  Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab, who has been deputising for Boris Johnson, joined in the applause with Chancellor Rishi Sunak.
  Alasdair Henderson is currently working as a security supervisor at Glasgow’s Queen Elizabeth University Hospital.
  The show of appreciation came less than an hour after news that Boris Johnson had come out of intensive care.
  The broadcaster has begun transforming the iPlayer Arts category into Culture in Quarantine.
  Mr Johnson’s partner Carrie Symonds tweeted a string of clapping emojis.
  Just three months ago, the IMF was forecasting that 160 nations would enjoy positive income growth on a per capita basis.
  West Midlands Police released the video as a ‘stark warning’.
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