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Leanne Macdonald said she couldn’t believe it when police turned up at her door while celebrating her daughter Myla’s birthday on Sunday A ten-year-old girl’s birthday party was ruined when two police officers turned up at the house after the family were reported by a neighbour for breaking the Covid-19 guidelines. Mum Leanne Macdonald, 36, […]

It would be the first named storm of the season After a weekend of glorious sunshine across Wales, there is a warning that the weather is going to be stormy by the end of the week. The jet stream is set to bring an area of low pressure to the UK from the south west, […]

New restrictions in three areas of Wales, and new rules in parts of England and Scotland means an estimated 17.8 million people across the UK will be living under additional coronavirus measures by Monday evening. These are the coronavirus morning headlines for Monday, September 28, as three more council areas in south Wales will go into local […]

Thomas Cook is back in business again in the UK exactly 12 months after the collapse of the 178-year-old travel company. When the travel agent ceased trading in September last year, around 150,000 holidaymakers were left stranded abroad and 21,000 staff worldwide lost their jobs, including 9,000 in Britain. But now Thomas Cook is back […]

A mum has praised an off-duty lifeguard for saving her daughter who was dragged into the sea while paddling. Megan Gulliford, 12, was jumping in the waves at a beach in Porthcawl, Bridgend county, when she suddenly found herself out of her depth and being pulled away from shore by the current. A “huge wave” […]

A woman fell out of a moving car on the M25 while leaning out of the window to film a video for Snapchat. She fell from the car into a “live lane” between junction six and the Clacket Lane Services at 01:30 BST, Surrey Police traffic officers tweeted. The woman was not badly hurt but […]

Government figures stressed the plans being drawn up stopped short of a full national lockdown, as seen in the spring. Boris Johnson is considering the introduction of new national restrictions – possibly as soon as next week – as the prime minister races to try and get a handle on the spread of coronavirus. With COVID-19 cases now […]

An Indian rhino has been born at a safari park for the first time in its 47-year history. West Midland Safari Park acquired his parents, 11-year-old Seto and 12-year-old Rap, as youngsters. Seto and her unnamed calf were “bonding well together” in a private area, it said. Shelley Tudor, from the park, stated: “We look […]

Phosphine is a colourless gas that smells somewhat like garlic, or decaying fish On Earth, it is produced naturally by bacteria or the decay of organic matter Experts led from the UK have found traces of the gas in the clouds above Venus Unlike on the planet’s surface, conditions in the upper cloud layer are […]

Pubs and bars across England were packed last night as Brits hit the town for one final blowout before the new ‘rule of six’. Revellers rushed to beer gardens in London, Nottingham, Birmingham and Manchester ahead of the crackdown on socialising. From Monday gatherings of more than six will be illegal and anyone caught breaking […]