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    The Guardian
    20/10/01 18:59
    UK coronavirus live: indoor mixing ban extended to Merseyside, Warrington, Hartlepool and Middlesbrough
    UK coronavirus live: indoor mixing ban extended to Merseyside, Warrington, Hartlepool and Middlesbrough
    Government recommends no social mixing between people from different households in these areas, Matt Hancock tells MPsHancock announces restrictions in Merseyside, Warrington and TeessideOne in 100 people have Covid-19 in north-west England, study showsJeremy Corbyn and Stanley Johnson apologise for Covid breachesGlobal coronavirus updates – liveEU launches legal action against UK for breaching withdrawal agreement 12.59pm BST NHS Test and Trace has published its weekly performance figures. They are here (pdf) and they show that, on two of its main indicators, performance is getting worse. Testing times are improving, but they are still way off the target set by the prime minister.Here are the main points. 12.40pm BST The archbishop of Canterbury and the bishop of Durham have urged the government to extend free school meals to every child whose family is on universal credit, and expand holiday provision to all children on free school meals, saying the number of families who could be destitute by Christmas is “harrowing”.The food bank charity the Trussell Trust says 46,000 food parcels will need to be provided by their network to people in crisis between October and December 2020 – an increase of 61% on last year. It estimates an additional 670,000 people will be destitute by the end of the year.All schools must have the appropriate resources to be able to address issues of child hunger and poverty and expand their role as places of security for children who are at risk, whilst maintaining safety at school.This includes the expansion of free school meals to every child whose family is on universal credit, and the expansion of holiday provision to all children on free school meals. Continue reading...
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    The Guardian
    20/10/01 18:56
    Trump to campaign in New Jersey as white supremacy row continues – live
    Trump to campaign in New Jersey as white supremacy row continues – live
    Biden raises record funds after Trump ‘train wreck’ debateDebates format to be overhauled after calamity in ClevelandFacebook removes Trump ads with misleading refugee claimsSign up for Fight to Vote – our weekly US election newsletter 12.56pm BST Helena Bottemiller Evich has some strong quotes this morning in a report for Politico on the fact that the Agriculture Department last week began mandating that millions of boxes of surplus food for needy families have to include a letter from Donald Trump claiming credit.“In my 30 years of doing this work, I’ve never seen something this egregious”, Lisa Hamler-Fugitt, executive director of the Ohio Association of Food Banks told her. 12.42pm BST It’s Jimmy Carter’s birthday today. He’s the longest lived man ever to hold the US presidency, and he’ll be 96.The 39th president hasn’t played a particularly active role in politics in recent years, and has largely receded from public view amid the coronavirus pandemic and his own health challenges due to a series of falls in 2019. Continue reading...
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    The Guardian
    20/10/01 18:34
    Brexit: EU launches legal action against UK for breaching withdrawal agreement
    Brexit: EU launches legal action against UK for breaching withdrawal agreement
    UK put on formal notice over internal market bill, which ministers admit breaks international lawThe EU has launched legal action against the UK after Boris Johnson failed to respond to Brussels’ demand that he drop legislation that would overwrite the withdrawal agreement and break international law.Ursula von der Leyen, the European commission president, announced that the UK had been put on formal notice over the internal market bill tabled by the prime minister last month. Continue reading...
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    New York Times
    20/10/01 17:47
    E.U. Begins Legal Action Over U.K. Brexit Plan
    The move came after Britain refused to withdraw legislation that it admits could break international law by potentially overriding commitments on Northern Ireland.
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    CNN top news
    20/10/01 17:17
    EU launches legal action against the UK for breaching Brexit deal
    The European Union has launched legal proceedings against the UK after it failed to withdraw legislation that would breach the Brexit deal both sides signed last year and break international law.
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    The Guardian
    20/10/01 16:57
    Alexei Navalny says he believes Vladimir Putin was behind poisoning
    Alexei Navalny says he believes Vladimir Putin was behind poisoning
    Russian opposition figure poisoned with nerve agent says he has no ‘other versions’ of how crime was committedThe Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny says he believes Vladimir Putin ordered intelligence agencies to poison him, possibly to avoid a “Belarusian scenario” of civil unrest.Navalny, who is recovering in Germany after falling ill on a flight from Tomsk to Moscow in August, told the news magazine Der Spiegel that the use of the rare nerve agent novichok meant the assault on his life would have been ordered from the top. Continue reading...
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    CNN top news
    20/10/01 16:50
    He suffers from rare genetic condition, but there’s just no stopping this ’one in a million golfer’
    Golfer Brendan Lawlor quips he's "one in a million."
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    ABC News
    20/10/01 16:46
    EU takes legal action against UK over planned Brexit bill
    EU takes legal action against UK over planned Brexit bill
    UK legislation would breach parts of the legally binding EU divorce agreement.
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    BBC
    20/10/01 16:13
    Brexit: EU starts legal action over controversial UK Brexit bill
    Brexit: EU starts legal action over controversial UK Brexit bill
    It comes after an EU deadline for the UK to ditch powers to override its Brexit divorce deal expired.
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    Business Insider
    20/10/01 16:05
    The EU says it will take legal action against the UK for breaking the Brexit deal
    The President of the European Commission Ursula von der Leyen has begun the process of taking legal action against the UK.
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    The Guardian
    20/10/01 16:00
    Halfords raises profit forecast to £55m as cycling sales roll on
    Halfords raises profit forecast to £55m as cycling sales roll on
    Retailer says sales of bike products show no sign of stopping as demand for car products and services also riseHalfords has raised its profit guidance for the rest of the year after a surge in bike sales during the pandemic.The retailer said demand for bikes and cycling products had continued following the end of the peak cycling and summer staycation season, and sales were growing again for its car products and services. Continue reading...
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    The Guardian
    20/10/01 16:00
    Cinematic cycling scenery, bobsleigh and memories of Dean Jones | Classic YouTube
    Cinematic cycling scenery, bobsleigh and memories of Dean Jones | Classic YouTube
    Plus: Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe memories, Nicholas Pooran’s unbelievable fielding and a Leeds v Manchester City belter1) Leeds face Manchester City in the Premier League on Saturday in the clubs’ first top-flight meeting since 2004. But let’s go back further in time to 1978 and a rip-roaring FA Cup third-round clash, featuring a blatant penalty not being given (when men were men, etc) and Gordon McQueen (Leeds) belting goalkeeper David Harvey (Leeds) in the face. These days, Stockley Park would be going into meltdown at the sight of all that.2) Cycling is the most beautiful sport in the world, so they tell us. It certainly has a decent backdrop when it takes place somewhere like Emilia-Romagna in northern Italy. There was a perfectly-captured helicopter shot during the World Championships in Imola last Saturday as lone escapee Anna van der Breggen, of the Netherland, was pictured riding to yet another world title. Continue reading...
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    New York Times
    20/10/01 14:55
    Democrats delayed a stimulus bill vote in an effort to reach a deal with the White House.
    Democrats delayed a stimulus bill vote in an effort to reach a deal with the White House.
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    The Guardian
    20/10/01 14:00
    How Covid returned English football’s resources debate to centre stage
    How Covid returned English football’s resources debate to centre stage
    Coronavirus has shone an unforgiving spotlight on the game’s structure and inequalities that can be traced back over 30 yearsThe coronavirus crisis has presented English football with an opportunity to reset its structure and values. But it has been here before. In 1990, when the top clubs in England were seeking to escape the control of the Football League and create a new competition, they approached the Football Association for their blessing. Without it, they reasoned, any plans for a “Premier League” would be dead in the water. Continue reading...
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    TIME
    20/10/01 13:03
    President Trump Signs Bill to Fund Government and Avoid Federal Shutdown
    The temporary extension will set the stage for a lame-duck session of Congress later this year, where the agenda will be largely determined by the outcome of the presidential election
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