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Ipswich Northern Bypass NBP Part 9 (2020)

Join us as we press for the long overdue Northern Bypass bring various benefits (such as reducing air pollution in the town, reducing Felixstowe HGVs, reducing congestion, alternative routes when roads are closed due to an RTC or roadworks etc) for the Greater Ipswich area in particular Ipswich and Kesgrave.
Ipswich Buses to run a Saturday timetable on... a Saturday
Stop Press! Breaking News: Ipswich Buses has revealed a "Service Update" that it intends to run a Saturday service today, which is a Saturday. Where do they get these people from?
Coronavirus: UK wary of international market for ventilators
BBC News: Coronavirus: UK wary of international market for ventilators The UK is avoiding buying from middlemen as prices rocket amid feverish global trading conditions. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Deserted London landmarks seen from above
BBC News: Coronavirus: Deserted London landmarks seen from above Some of the city's most popular landmarks are devoid of the usual crowds as people stay indoors to help combat coronavirus. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: The dancers with Down's syndrome who won't stop
BBC News: Coronavirus: The dancers with Down's syndrome who won't stop A group of dancers with Down's syndrome is carrying on performing via video-link. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Social distancing gig on a houseboat
BBC News: Coronavirus: Social distancing gig on a houseboat A community of houseboat owners in Bristol find a unique way to come together during the coronavirus outbreak. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: The dancers with Down's syndrome who won't stop
A group of dancers with Down's syndrome is carrying on performing via video-link. Continue reading. on BBC News website.
In 2009 UK government experts wildly over-hyped dangers of swine flu — is history repeating with Covid-19?
RT: In 2009 UK government experts wildly over-hyped dangers of swine flu — is history repeating with Covid-19? Amidst the coronavirus lockdown, some of the claims of governments and media have been shown to be exaggerated. Ten years ago, they tried the same thing with swine flu.
‘Anyone can spread coronavirus, so stay at home this weekend’ – County leaders issue stark warning
‘Anyone can spread coronavirus, so stay at home this weekend’ – County leaders issue stark warning. People in Suffolk are being urged to stay at home this weekend after county leaders issued a stark warning that “anyone can spread coronavirus”. Continue reading.
Lambing season springs into action – in spite of coronavirus lockdown
Lambing season springs into action – in spite of coronavirus lockdown. The lambing season has begun at Suffolk Rural in Otley – but this year minus the crowds. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Testing rolled out for frontline NHS staff
BBC News: Coronavirus: Testing rolled out for frontline NHS staff Hundreds of coronavirus tests will take place this weekend, as infections in the UK continue to rise. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'It is a worrying time to be running a zoo'
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'It is a worrying time to be running a zoo' Animal attractions face huge outgoings without the visitors who provide their income. Continue reading.
Coronavirus in Wales: Flood-hit families struggle with virus
BBC News: Coronavirus in Wales: Flood-hit families struggle with virus Flooding triggered by storms caused hundreds of millions of pounds of damage in Wales. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Retired police officers 'will jump at' return
BBC News: Coronavirus: Retired police officers 'will jump at' return Former officers says many would go back into service to help their forces cope during the pandemic. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Passengers die in sickness outbreak on cruise
BBC News: Coronavirus: Passengers die in sickness outbreak on cruise Rose and Rich Harper say they are confined to their cabin amid a sickness outbreak during a cruise. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Will food supply fears see a rise in home-grown veg?
BBC News: Coronavirus: Will food supply fears see a rise in home-grown veg? "Food insecurity" could cause a wave of first time horticulturalists, experts say. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: The silent streets of Edinburgh
BBC News: Coronavirus: The silent streets of Edinburgh BBC Scotland's Christopher Bobyn spent an afternoon photographing the city's eerie new landscape. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Further cancellations for GCSE and A-Level exams
BBC News: Coronavirus: Further cancellations for GCSE and A-Level exams CCEA has cancelled oral and practical GCSE and A-Level exams due to take place in the summer. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Surgeon Adil El Tayar dies in London
BBC News: Coronavirus: Surgeon Adil El Tayar dies in London Sudanese surgeon Adil El Tayar worked at two of London's main hospitals and in Africa. Continue reading.
How the UK’s coronavirus epidemic compares to other countries
BBC News: How the UK’s coronavirus epidemic compares to other countries Comparing the UK’s epidemic to other countries after Friday saw the biggest rise in deaths so far. Continue reading.
Coronavirus lockdown: Clubbers go online for music
BBC News: Coronavirus lockdown: Clubbers go online for music With the coronavirus lockdown bringing normal nightlife to an end, some enterprising DJs are going online. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Stranded in another country
BBC News: Coronavirus: Stranded in another country BBC News speaks to some of the people from the UK who have been stranded abroad due to the pandemic. Continue reading.
Ed Sheeran to pay full wages to staff at his trendy London pub during coronavirus crisis
Ed Sheeran to pay full wages to staff at his trendy London pub during coronavirus crisis. Suffolk pop superstar Ed Sheeran will pay the wages of staff at his London pub during the coronavirus crisis. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Off-duty nurse helps man after car crash
BBC News: Coronavirus: Off-duty nurse helps man after car crash Off-duty Lucy Duncan spends five hours in A&E with the elderly stranger after a car crash. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Stay home plea as Scotland deaths rise to 33
BBC News: Coronavirus: Stay home plea as Scotland deaths rise to 33 Eight more people with Covid-19 die in Scotland as the FM urges people to observe lockdown rules this weekend. Continue reading.
Two more coronavirus deaths at Colchester Hospital as regional cases rise again
Two more coronavirus deaths at Colchester Hospital as regional cases rise again. Two more patients have died from coronavirus at Colchester Hospital as the number of cases in the region rose again. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Ipswich Star & EADT ask for donations to support their newspaper!
Could the coronavirus pandemic end Ipswich Star? As Archant Suffolk sensationalises the coronavirus covid-19 epidemic, and reveals breaking news last, comes the launch of a crowdfunding scheme through PressPatron to raise money. Except, it isn't for communities, it is to save Ipswich Star!
GP surgery in ‘desperate need’ of masks for coronavirus fight
GP surgery in ‘desperate need’ of masks for coronavirus fight. A doctors’ surgery in Ipswich has revealed it is in “desperate need” of masks in its frontline fight against coronavirus. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Virgin Atlantic to seek bailout in coming days
BBC News: Coronavirus: Virgin Atlantic to seek bailout in coming days The airline is to ask the government for cash to keep going after coronavirus leads to travel slump. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Opposition grows among non-league clubs to ending season
BBC Sport: Coronavirus: Opposition grows among non-league clubs to ending season Opposition is growing among clubs in steps three to six of the pyramid to the ending of their season, BBC Sport reports. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Birmingham and Manchester temporary hospitals announced
BBC News: Coronavirus: Birmingham and Manchester temporary hospitals announced The facilities in Manchester and Birmingham are in addition to one being built in London's Docklands. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: London warned to expect 'large number' of deaths
BBC News: Coronavirus: London warned to expect 'large number' of deaths Mayor Sadiq Khan says temporary mortuaries are to be set up to cope with coronavirus fatalities. Continue reading.
Coronavirus events: What’s on – What’s off
Coronavirus events: What’s on – What’s off. The swift arrival of the Coronavirus and the subsequent lockdown has thrown the county’s festivals, theatres and arts events into total disarray. Here’s a run-down of what’s on and what’s off.
Coronavirus: 2,000 jobs at risk as Carluccio's faces collapse
BBC News: Coronavirus: 2,000 jobs at risk as Carluccio's faces collapse The food chain is in talks with administrators after previously warning of coronavirus impact. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Boris Johnson says he's tested positive
BBC News: Coronavirus: Boris Johnson says he's tested positive In a video posted to his Twitter account, Boris Johnson says he is self-isolating and will continue to work from home. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Gove addresses PM and Health Secretary's positive tests
BBC News: Coronavirus: Gove addresses PM and Health Secretary's positive tests Cabinet Office Minister Michael Gove stresses the importance of social distancing measures. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Increased testing capacity announced by Michael Gove
BBC News: Coronavirus: Increased testing capacity announced by Michael Gove Cabinet Office Minister Michael Gove said there would be increased antigen testing for frontline workers. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Olympic gymnast Max Whitlock films workout videos from home
BBC News: Coronavirus: Olympic gymnast Max Whitlock films workout videos from home Max Whitlock uses social media to share home exercise routines to do while gyms are closed. Continue reading.
‘Financial forecasts are extremely concerning’ – Children’s hospice plea for support amid coronavirus hardship
‘Financial forecasts are extremely concerning’ – Children’s hospice plea for support amid coronavirus hardship. East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices has made an urgent plea for support as the coronavirus crisis has seen it lose up to £100,000 a week in funds. Continue reading.
Tributes paid to 80-year-old Suffolk victim of coronavirus
Tributes paid to 80-year-old Suffolk victim of coronavirus. Tributes have been paid to a “kind, loving and popular” Suffolk man who died after contracting coronavirus. Continue reading.
Suffolk thanks teachers and school staff during coronavirus crisis
Suffolk thanks teachers and school staff during coronavirus crisis. A huge thank you has been expressed to teachers and school staff across Suffolk while they care for the children of key workers leading the country’s battle against coronavirus. Continue reading.
WATCH: Empty streets across Suffolk’s towns due to coronavirus
WATCH: Empty streets across Suffolk’s towns due to coronavirus. See the empty streets across Suffolk as the public follows coronavirus advice to remain indoors. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: All rough sleepers in England 'to be housed'
BBC News: Coronavirus: All rough sleepers in England 'to be housed' Labour have welcomed the plan but said councils "need more support" and money to achieve it. Continue reading.
#PrayForBoris trends after PM Johnson contracts Covid-19, sparking fierce debate on Twitter
RT: #PrayForBoris trends after PM Johnson contracts Covid-19, sparking fierce debate on Twitter In the aftermath of British PM Boris Johnson revealing that he has coronavirus, #PrayForBoris started to trend online, infuriating many who claim less high-profile figures such as NHS workers deserve just as much attention. Johnson a video on Friday morning saying that he had “developed mild symptoms” over the last 24 hours and had “tested positive for coronavirus. ” He is self-isolating in Downing Street, but insists he’ll continue to lead the UK government.
UK medical chief in ISOLATION after experiencing Covid-19 symptoms
RT: UK medical chief in ISOLATION after experiencing Covid-19 symptoms England’s Chief Medical Officer Chris Whitty has gone into self-isolation in his home after experiencing symptoms that are compatible with Covid-19. Professor Whitty, who is the top medical adviser to the UK government, said on Friday that he began experiencing symptoms on Thursday night and he would be in isolation for seven days. The health official’s announcement caps a remarkable day in the UK in which the prime minister and the health secretary both revealed that they have contracted the disease.
Coronavirus: Tesco limits size of online orders to stop stockpiling
Coronavirus: Tesco limits size of online orders to stop stockpiling. Tesco are placing tighter restrictions on their online shopping orders – now limiting the number of items customers can order. Continue reading.
Ipswich jobs at risk as coronavirus puts Chiquito into administration
Ipswich jobs at risk as coronavirus puts Chiquito into administration. Jobs are at risk in Ipswich as the Chiquito restaurant chain is put into administration as it struggles to cope with the fallout from the coronavirus outbreak. Continue reading.
Callum Hudson-Odoi: Chelsea winger 'fully recovered' from coronavirus
BBC Sport: Callum Hudson-Odoi: Chelsea winger 'fully recovered' from coronavirus Chelsea and England winger Callum Hudson-Odoi is "fully recovered" from coronavirus, says manager Frank Lampard. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Firefighters could deliver food and retrieve bodies as crisis unfolds
Coronavirus: Firefighters could deliver food and retrieve bodies as crisis unfolds. Firefighters could be called upon to deliver food and medicines if the coronavirus crisis deepens - as well as retrieve bodies should there be mass casualties. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Stay local to exercise, says government
BBC News: Coronavirus: Stay local to exercise, says government New advice clarifies that people should use "open spaces" near to their home. Continue reading.
Almost 200 more coronavirus deaths as 3,000 more test positive for COVID-19
Almost 200 more coronavirus deaths as 3,000 more test positive for COVID-19. The UK has seen the biggest rise so far of coronavirus deaths and cases - as almost 3,000 more tested positive in the last 24 hours and nearly 200 lost their lives. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: World Invitational tournament will not take place in 2020
BBC Sport: Coronavirus: World Invitational tournament will not take place in 2020 The World Invitational golf tournament will not take place in 2020 because of the coronavirus but it is planned that it will return in 2021. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: The Brits stranded abroad due to the virus
BBC News: Coronavirus: The Brits stranded abroad due to the virus UK tourists say the government is not doing enough to help them get back home. Continue reading.
UK’s coronavirus deaths up almost ONE THIRD in one day, new figures show
RT: UK’s coronavirus deaths up almost ONE THIRD in one day, new figures show The latest British government figures on coronavirus show the country’s sharpest increase to date in the number of deaths, up 181 in one day to a new total of 759. UPDATE on coronavirus () testing in the UK: As of 9am 27 March, a total of 113,777 have been tested: 99,198 negative. 14,579 positive.
Coronavirus: Minister defends wait for self-employed bailout
BBC News: Coronavirus: Minister defends wait for self-employed bailout Some people who fall outside the terms of the rescue grants say their hopes have been dashed. Continue reading.
Coronavirus victim's family urges people to 'stay at home'
BBC News: Coronavirus victim's family urges people to 'stay at home' Relatives of Pat Bewley, 80, ask others not to be selfish and give the NHS a chance to cope. Continue reading.
Coronavirus victim's family urges people to 'stay at home'
Relatives of Pat Bewley, 80, ask others not to be selfish and give the NHS a chance to cope. Continue reading. on BBC News website.
Coronavirus: Almost 140 ex-NHS staff return to help with people’s mental health
Coronavirus: Almost 140 ex-NHS staff return to help with people’s mental health. More than 130 ex-NHS staff are coming back to help the region’s mental health trust through the coronavirus crisis. Continue reading.
Health secretary Matt Hancock tests positive for coronavirus
Health secretary Matt Hancock tests positive for coronavirus. West Suffolk MP Matt Hancock has tested positive for coronavirus - just hours after prime minister Boris Johnson confirmed he has it too. Continue reading.
UK health secretary Hancock follows PM Johnson in testing POSITIVE for Covid-19
RT: UK health secretary Hancock follows PM Johnson in testing POSITIVE for Covid-19 The UK’s health secretary Matt Hancock has tested positive for coronavirus just hours after Prime Minister Boris Johnson revealed that he is carrying the disease. Hancock said on Twitter that he has mild symptoms and is self-isolating at home. The news comes less than two hours after Johnson announced that he is infected with the virus.
‘Crocodile tears’: Sports Direct billionaire Ashley ‘deeply apologetic’ over coronavirus blunders
RT: ‘Crocodile tears’: Sports Direct billionaire Ashley ‘deeply apologetic’ over coronavirus blunders Billionaire and retail giant Mike Ashley has apologized profusely for his company’s handling of the coronavirus and subsequent government-mandated lockdown. But many aren’t convinced by the attempted atonement.
Boris Johnson tests positive for coronavirus
Boris Johnson tests positive for coronavirus. Suffolk MPs have sent well wishes to Boris Johnson after he tested positive for coronavirus. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Non-league clubs 'heard of season end on social media'
BBC Sport: Coronavirus: Non-league clubs 'heard of season end on social media' Non-league clubs claim they first discovered their seasons would end immediately through social media. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Prime Minister Boris Johnson tests positive
BBC News: Coronavirus: Prime Minister Boris Johnson tests positive Prime Minister Mr Johnson has mild symptoms and will self-isolate in Downing Street. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Things to do this weekend
BBC News: Coronavirus: Things to do this weekend How Ayesha, Tom and Nerea are cooking, singing and sewing their way into the weekend. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: GP reps call for 'complete lockdown'
BBC News: Coronavirus: GP reps call for 'complete lockdown' The chairs of the four Belfast GP Federations have said the current situation is "not stringent enough". Continue reading.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson tests POSITIVE for Covid-19 infection
RT: UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson tests POSITIVE for Covid-19 infection British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has tested positive for Covid-19 infection, experiencing mild symptoms. He will self-isolate in Downing Street but will remain in charge of the government. "Over the last 24 hours I have developed mild symptoms and tested positive for coronavirus," Johnson said.
Mum’s dream dog cafe and groomers put on hold due to coronavirus
Mum’s dream dog cafe and groomers put on hold due to coronavirus. A new dog groomers and dog cafe which impressed customers with ‘puppacinos’ has been forced to close its doors just six weeks after opening due to the coronavirus outbreak – putting owner Kelly’s dream on hold. Continue reading.
Urgent plea as hospice faces ‘devastating’ loss because of coronavirus
Urgent plea as hospice faces ‘devastating’ loss because of coronavirus. A local hospice has issued an urgent plea for support as the coronavirus sees it face a “devastating” loss in income. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: What next for football as cracks begin to appear?
BBC Sport: Coronavirus: What next for football as cracks begin to appear? BBC Sport's Simon Stone takes a look at some of the big issues facing football's bosses amid the coronavirus crisis Continue reading.
ECB ponders coronavirus checkpoints at cricket grounds
BBC Sport: ECB ponders coronavirus checkpoints at cricket grounds The ECB could install coronavirus checkpoints and isolation units at cricket grounds in order to play games behind closed doors. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: What is it like to play behind closed doors?
BBC Sport: Coronavirus: What is it like to play behind closed doors? With the prospect of playing games behind closed doors a very real one when football returns, what is it actually like to compete in an empty stadium? Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Workers walk out over 'lack of social distancing'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Workers walk out over 'lack of social distancing' Staff at Linden Foods say there is a "total absence of social distancing measures". Continue reading.
Coronavirus: How managers, players and sporting directors are coping
BBC Sport: Coronavirus: How managers, players and sporting directors are coping Playing the guitar, phoning elderly fans, supermarket trips, living apart - how managers and officials are coping across Europe with coronavirus crisis. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: What is West Ham's Michail Antonio doing while in isolation
BBC Sport: Coronavirus: What is West Ham's Michail Antonio doing while in isolation MOTDx's Reece Parkinson video calls West Ham forward Michail Antonio to hear about what he's been up to in isolation, annoying his family and losing on Fifa to Ryan Sessegnon. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Mike Ashley 'deeply apologetic' for blunders
BBC Sport: Coronavirus: Mike Ashley 'deeply apologetic' for blunders The Sports Direct owner admits it was a mistake to lobby the government to keep his shops open. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Mike Ashley 'deeply apologetic' for blunders
BBC News: Coronavirus: Mike Ashley 'deeply apologetic' for blunders The Sports Direct owner admits it was a mistake to lobby the government to keep his shops open. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Protective gear guidance 'to be updated'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Protective gear guidance 'to be updated' New rules on when health staff should wear masks and gloves are expected amid the Covid-19 crisis. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Jeremy Corbyn says he was proved 'right' on public spending
BBC News: Coronavirus: Jeremy Corbyn says he was proved 'right' on public spending The government now realises it has to invest in the state, the outgoing Labour leader tells the BBC. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Met Police calls for retired officers to return
BBC News: Coronavirus: Met Police calls for retired officers to return The force also wants those nearing retirement to consider staying on in order to tackle coronavirus. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: How can I shop or get deliveries and takeaways safely?
BBC News: Coronavirus: How can I shop or get deliveries and takeaways safely? If coronavirus can be transferred on to surfaces, safe food shopping presents challenges. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: What to do after spending a week unwell in isolation
BBC News: Coronavirus: What to do after spending a week unwell in isolation How to make sure your home is clean and virus-free after isolating yourself because of coronavirus. Continue reading.
‘We’ll come through this stronger’ - MP on Ipswich’s coronavirus fight
‘We’ll come through this stronger’ - MP on Ipswich’s coronavirus fight. This week has been the last week that parliament will sit for a fair few weeks. Technically Easter recess lasts for three weeks but it could be that it’s slightly longer than this before 
I properly return to parliament, time will tell.
How it feels to close down 11 businesses: A CEO’s coronavirus diary
How it feels to close down 11 businesses: A CEO’s coronavirus diary. A former London banker who recently bought a Norfolk hotel has revealed his heartbreak after coronavirus brought his business to a halt. Continue reading.
113 new homes on Waterfront delayed by coronavirus
113 new homes on Waterfront delayed by coronavirus. A major new housing development set to transform a derelict part of Ipswich Waterfront - which was due to open at the weekend - has been put back due to the coronavirus crisis. Continue reading.
How long does the coronavirus live on different surfaces?
How long does the coronavirus live on different surfaces? Households across the country are improving their cleaning regimes in a bid to stop the spread of coronavirus – but how long can it live on surfaces? Continue reading.
New Suffolk resident left struggling to find fridge and washing machine as coronavirus hits
New Suffolk resident left struggling to find fridge and washing machine as coronavirus hits. A new Suffolk resident has been left without basic appliances as he was forced to move as lockdown began. Continue reading.
Emergency powers at Suffolk councils allowing decisions to continue during coronavirus pandemic
Emergency powers at Suffolk councils allowing decisions to continue during coronavirus pandemic. Suffolk’s authorities have offered assurances that necessary decisions can still be made during the coronavirus pandemic, despite councils unable to meet. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Supermarkets to get government list of vulnerable people
BBC News: Coronavirus: Supermarkets to get government list of vulnerable people Chains can access a government database with the names of millions who are most at risk of coronavirus. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Weekly house buying interest slumps 40%
BBC News: Coronavirus: Weekly house buying interest slumps 40% Property listing websites say buyers are pausing decisions as the government cautions against moving. Continue reading.
Coronavirus social distancing advice: What two metres looks like
BBC News: Coronavirus social distancing advice: What two metres looks like The UK government is advising us to stay two metres apart - but what does that look like? Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'There's no going back'
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'There's no going back' People stranded in Britain hundreds or thousands of miles from their loved ones share their stories. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Coping with grief during a lockdown
BBC News: Coronavirus: Coping with grief during a lockdown After an outpouring of support for Rev Richard Coles, how are other recently bereaved people coping? Continue reading.
Coronavirus: How do you cope in a flatshare?
BBC News: Coronavirus: How do you cope in a flatshare? Ella from North London lives with four other people, including someone who is high risk. Continue reading.
Newspaper headlines: Applause for coronavirus NHS 'heroes' and 'Checkpoint Britain'
BBC News: Newspaper headlines: Applause for coronavirus NHS 'heroes' and 'Checkpoint Britain' Friday's front pages tell of a "moving tribute" to coronavirus staff - and a crackdown on social distancing. Continue reading.
Doctor dies in the UK from suspected coronavirus
BBC News: Doctor dies in the UK from suspected coronavirus Dr Habib Zaidi, 76, died at Southend Hospital, 24 hours after being taken ill. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Supermarket shoppers 'keep calm' and queue
BBC News: Coronavirus: Supermarket shoppers 'keep calm' and queue How are customers responding to the new supermarket etiquette of social distancing? Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Peak District drone police criticised for 'lockdown shaming'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Peak District drone police criticised for 'lockdown shaming' Derbyshire Police is accused of "nanny policing" after sharing aerial shots of Peak District walkers. Continue reading.
‘I’m desperate to help in any way I can’ - Lambert agrees to wage deferral to help club staff during coronavirus crisis
‘I’m desperate to help in any way I can’ - Lambert agrees to wage deferral to help club staff during coronavirus crisis. Ipswich Town manager Paul Lambert says he will be deferring his wages to help assist the club’s staff during the coronavirus crisis. Continue reading.
Seven more cases of coronavirus in Suffolk
Seven more cases of coronavirus in Suffolk. The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in Suffolk has risen to 42, an increase of seven. Continue reading.
Clap for our Carers: National applause for coronavirus health workers
BBC News: Clap for our Carers: National applause for coronavirus health workers As the UK remains in lockdown, residents show their gratitude for those treating the virus. Continue reading.

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