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10:46, 15 SEP 2020
Paris Hilton fans in disbelief as she uses her ‘real voice’ in new interview
Ahead of her documentary This Is Paris, Paris Hilton reveals she has been using a fake baby voice for years to match her reality TV persona
Greece quarantine calls grow after four holiday-linked coronavirus outbreaks in England
Three coronavirus outbreaks linked to travel to Greece have been found in England fuelling calls for the UK government to follow Scotland in putting the country back on the quarantine list
New coronavirus vaccine could start clinical trials in the autumn
Researchers have created a "laser specific" approach using 3D modelling to target the right parts of the virus
Coronavirus will be 'around forever in some form or another', SAGE member warns
Sir Mark Walport, a former chief scientific adviser and a member of the Government's Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies, said that the pandemic would be controlled by "global vaccination"
Police inspector suing force after white officers pull him over 'because I'm black'
Charles Ehikioya was on his way home when he was pulled over by two white police officers and the police inspector is now suing the Metropolitan Police for racial harassment
Croatia and Turkey could be added to UK quarantine list amid fears about Greece
Both Croatia and Turkey are close to or have already surpassed Downing Street's quarantine threshold of 20 cases per 100,000 people in a week - and could follow France in being removed from the safe list
Harry Enfield's 'split from wife' comes weeks after he defended blackface in fiery race row
Comedian Harry Enfield has gone through a turbulent summer as he sparked outrage by defending the use of blackface and using a racial slur weeks before it was confirmed his marriage had crumbled
Preston deploys 'don't kill granny' slogan after new local lockdown imposed
Preston City Council chief executive Adrian Phillips deployed a "don't kill granny" message to young people to try and focus the message of lockdown
Tory Robert Jenrick skewered over property tycoon donations in toe-curling interview
The Housing Secretary defended the party's acceptance of ￡11m from property developers since Boris Johnson became PM - and admitted he regrets sitting next to tycoon Richard Desmond at a fundraiser
Britain still has 'no viable alternative' to 14-day border quarantine, minister says
Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden said if it the government could avoid the two-week order and still keep coronavirus under control, "of course we would do that"
New coronavirus mutation 'speeding up deadly outbreaks across the UK'
Professor Nick Loman, who is part of the Covid-19 Genomics Consortium, said the new strain known as D614G spreads faster than the original strain from Wuhan in China
UK suspends Hong Kong extradition and extends arms embargo on China
The UK will follow the example of the US, Canada and Australia in suspending extradition arrangements with Hong Kong
VAT slashed from 20% to 5% to make pubs, hotels and zoos cheaper
The cut will come into force from next Wednesday and last until January 12 on food, accommodation and attractions
Rishi Sunak to give bosses ￡1,000 not to sack furloughed employees as scheme ends
The Chancellor confirmed that the furlough scheme would end in October - and extending it would just see Brits kept in jobs that could no longer exist.
Panto season under threat this Christmas, warns Culture Secretary
Oliver Dowden has said the Government is hoping that plays might be back in time, but not to get your hopes up
Holiday Brits may be banned from Cyprus and other countries over Leicester lockdown
Greece has already extended its ban on UK tourists for a further two weeks until July 15 and Cyprus may also ban Brits from going on holiday due to the rise in coronavirus infections in Leicester, officials have warned
Turkey 'expects' to be on UK’s air bridge list confirms ambassador
Umit Yalcin insisted it is safe to open up travel with Turkey despite a recent spike in cases after lockdown restrictions were eased and is hoping to welcome Brits on quarantine-free holidays
What local lockdowns will look like as UK public warned to 'brace themselves for more'
Oxford University's Professor Peter Horby who chairs the new and emerging respiratory virus threats advisory group (Nervtag), warned more local lockdowns should be expected - but how will these be enforced?
Donald Trump buys up virtually all stocks of working Covid-19 drug remdesivir
The US has secured the next three month's supplies of remdesivir - a drug developed for use against Ebola
TUI warn more countries likely to ban Brits leading to holiday cancellations
Greece was expected to be on the government's air bridge list when announced this week but this could now change disappointing thousands of holidaymakers
Police will enforce Leicester lockdown as Hancock threatens new laws to stop travel
The city will be forced into lockdown from today - with locals urged to avoid all but essential travel after a spike in infections
Hancock insists schools safe despite 'unusual' number of children with virus in Leicester
The Health Secretary insisted it was safe for children around the country to go to school
Leicester 'faces two more weeks of lockdown' to tackle coronavirus outbreak
The city's mayor says officials have suggested current lockdown rules should stay in place beyond July 4 in a bid to get infections under control
Archbishop of Canterbury says Jesus 'shouldn't be portrayed as white'
Archbishop of Canterbury
The Most Revd Justin Welby insists the church must not ignore the Black Lives Matter movement after the death of George Floyd and that some statues "will have to come down"