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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.
Marouane Fellaini: Former Manchester United midfielder tests positive for coronavirus
BBC Sport: Marouane Fellaini: Former Manchester United midfielder tests positive for coronavirus Former Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini confirms he has tested positive for coronavirus. Continue reading.
National Trust closes all parks to stop coronavirus spread
National Trust closes all parks to stop coronavirus spread. Every National Trust site in Suffolk and Essex has closed to help restrict the spread of the coronavirus. Continue reading.
East of England Co-op recruits new staff amid coronavirus panic buying
East of England Co-op recruits new staff amid coronavirus panic buying. The East of England Co-op is recruiting new staff as it tries to deal with coronavirus challenges and increased demand. Continue reading.
Coronavirus outbreak: 'People would rather give their mum some loo roll'
BBC News: Coronavirus outbreak: 'People would rather give their mum some loo roll' Retailers who normally expect a sales boost around Mother's Day are feeling the impact of Covid-19. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Stephen Fry's take on managing anxiety
BBC News: Coronavirus: Stephen Fry's take on managing anxiety Stephen Fry looks at the positives around self-isolation and managing stress. Continue reading.
Coronavirus UK death statistics deeply worrying
Just looking at the UK Closed Case data between Recovery and Death shows an excessively high death rate compared to other nations - and this is deeply worrying. A sign of what is to come? WHO data (as of 22 March 2020, 09:55 GMT) shows 199,710 ACTIVE CASES with Currently Infected Patients 189,767 (95%) in Mild Condition and 9,943 (5%) in Serious or Critical condition.
Coronavirus: 'Unprecedented scenes' on Welsh hills
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'Unprecedented scenes' on Welsh hills Car parks and trails could be shut to stop people visiting Snowdonia as it was "overwhelmed" on Saturday. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Northern Ireland's leaders call for Mother's Day social distancing
BBC News: Coronavirus: Northern Ireland's leaders call for Mother's Day social distancing In a joint address, Arlene Foster and Michelle O'Neill say it will be "a Mother's Day like no other". Continue reading.
Coronavirus crisis could help us ‘appreciate the simpler things in life’ says church leader
Coronavirus crisis could help us ‘appreciate the simpler things in life’ says church leader. A church leader from Felixstowe has revealed he believes the coming weeks and months of social isolation could encourage us all to ‘cherish life’ more and live more simply. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Rough sleepers in London given hotel rooms
BBC News: Coronavirus: Rough sleepers in London given hotel rooms About 300 rooms are secured to help protect rough sleepers as Londoners heed advice to stay indoors. Continue reading.

Runners going solo after coronavirus postponements

BBC News: Runners going solo after coronavirus postponements Participants of cancelled events are choosing to carry on with their challenges alone. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Church and religious services off across Wales
BBC News: Coronavirus: Church and religious services off across Wales People have been invited to share prayers online with some services being streamed on social media. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'I'm self-isolating - but I have 26 pen pals'
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'I'm self-isolating - but I have 26 pen pals' Gracie Stewart, 17, who has leukaemia, says each letter she gets gives her a "lovely bright moment". Continue reading.
Coronavirus: A couple, a campervan and a baby
BBC News: Coronavirus: A couple, a campervan and a baby Laura Truepenny, Ben Humphreys and their daughter Amala had to cut short a year-long European tour. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: How to behave in an epidemic
BBC News: Coronavirus: How to behave in an epidemic Behavioural science is at the heart of the government's planning, writes BBC home editor Mark Easton. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Volunteers flock to join community support groups
BBC News: Coronavirus: Volunteers flock to join community support groups An army of volunteers joins Mutual Aid groups to help the vulnerable during the coronavirus crisis. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Workers describe being hit by job losses and uncertainty
BBC News: Coronavirus: Workers describe being hit by job losses and uncertainty Workers lost their jobs face months of uncertainty, as supermarkets embark on a hiring spree. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: The rough sleepers who can't self-isolate
BBC News: Coronavirus: The rough sleepers who can't self-isolate With soup kitchens closing and hostels 'like a Petri dish', homeless people are scared about the future. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'How I'm surviving self-isolation'
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'How I'm surviving self-isolation' With the impact that coronavirus is having on our daily lives, people are finding new ways to fill their free time. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Dancers with Down’s syndrome vow to carry on
BBC News: Coronavirus: Dancers with Down’s syndrome vow to carry on A group due to dance at a football game on World Down's Syndrome Day will continue to share "hope". Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Boris Johnson in Mother's Day warning amid concern for NHS
BBC News: Coronavirus: Boris Johnson in Mother's Day warning amid concern for NHS Avoid visiting loved ones to prevent the NHS becoming "overwhelmed", Boris Johnson tells the UK. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Action urged as travel advice ignored
BBC News: Coronavirus: Action urged as travel advice ignored Plaid calls for hotels and caravan parks to be closed, as one council urges visitors to stay away. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: British tourists stuck in Peru to be rescued next week
BBC News: Coronavirus: British tourists stuck in Peru to be rescued next week The foreign secretary secures permission for a flight to leave Peru, which is in lockdown. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Dancers with Down’s syndrome vow to carry on
A group due to dance at a football game on World Down's Syndrome Day will continue to share "hope". Continue reading. on BBC News website.
Lorenzo Sanz: Former Real Madrid president dies after contracting coronavirus
BBC Sport: Lorenzo Sanz: Former Real Madrid president dies after contracting coronavirus Former Real Madrid president Lorenzo Sanz dies after being hospitalised with coronavirus. Continue reading.
Coronavirus crisis forces Ipswich fashion store Coes to close temporarily
Coronavirus crisis forces Ipswich fashion store Coes to close temporarily. A major Ipswich store will temporarily close its doors in light of the recent government advice over the coronavirus outbreak. Continue reading.
Premier League: EFL should not seek top-flight coronavirus handouts, says chairman
BBC Sport: Premier League: EFL should not seek top-flight coronavirus handouts, says chairman EFL chairman Rick Parry says its clubs should not seek financial help from the Premier League during the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading.
Two more patients test positive for coronavirus in Suffolk
Two more patients test positive for coronavirus in Suffolk. Two more patients have been diagnosed with coronavirus in Suffolk bringing the total to 15. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Man in court over fake Covid-19 treatment kits
BBC News: Coronavirus: Man in court over fake Covid-19 treatment kits A 59-year-old appears in court after fake treatment kits were sold online. Continue reading.
Premier League could resume before coronavirus restrictions are lifted – Southampton chief
BBC Sport: Premier League could resume before coronavirus restrictions are lifted – Southampton chief Southampton's chief executive suggests Premier League matches could be on television every day while people are still confined to their homes because of the coronavirus outbreak. Continue reading.
Seventh Scottish coronavirus patient dies
BBC News: Seventh Scottish coronavirus patient dies A seventh person with Covid-19 has died in Scotland and the number of confirmed cases rises to 373. Continue reading.
Paulo Dybala: Juventus' Argentina forward has coronavirus
BBC Sport: Paulo Dybala: Juventus' Argentina forward has coronavirus Juventus and Argentina forward Paulo Dybala tests positive for coronavirus. Continue reading.
Coronavirus cases jump by more than 1,000 in the UK in 24 hours
Coronavirus cases jump by more than 1,000 in the UK in 24 hours. More than 1,000 new cases of coronavirus have been recorded in the UK in the last 24 hours. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Seaside visitors defy social distancing advice
BBC News: Coronavirus: Seaside visitors defy social distancing advice One beach has been forced to shut, while a police commissioner calls for arcades to close. Continue reading.
Total death toll from Covid-19 jumps to 233 in UK as dozens of new fatalities confirmed
RT: Total death toll from Covid-19 jumps to 233 in UK as dozens of new fatalities confirmed Health officials in the UK have confirmed 53 new deaths from the Covid-19 coronavirus in England. The increase brings the UK’s death toll to 233, and comes as the government races to equip its health system against the illness. The increase in deaths - the largest in a single day since the deadly virus reached British shores last month - came as the British government scrambled to prepare hospital beds for critical patients.
Coronavirus: Thousands of extra hospital beds and staff
BBC News: Coronavirus: Thousands of extra hospital beds and staff Private hospitals will reallocate almost their entire capacity to tackling the coronavirus outbreak. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: NHS staff protection 'short of WHO guidelines'
BBC News: Coronavirus: NHS staff protection 'short of WHO guidelines' Frontline staff need far more than the mask, gloves and apron they wear, a consultant warns. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'Be responsible when you shop and think of others'
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'Be responsible when you shop and think of others' The environment, food and rural affairs secretary urges people not to buy more food than they need. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Shoppers told to buy responsibly
BBC News: Coronavirus: Shoppers told to buy responsibly The government's message comes as supermarkets are facing a huge demand during the coronavirus outbreak. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Rainbow pictures springing up across the country
BBC News: Coronavirus: Rainbow pictures springing up across the country Children across the UK are painting rainbows to put up in their windows to "spread hope". Continue reading.
Coronavirus: PSNI report end-of-school parties and anti-social behaviour
BBC News: Coronavirus: PSNI report end-of-school parties and anti-social behaviour Some young people are not heeding health advice, police warn, as 22 new Covid-19 cases are confirmed. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Manchester clubs give £100,000 to food banks
BBC News: Coronavirus: Manchester clubs give £100,000 to food banks Liverpool and Everton supporters are also donating £3,000 to the Manchester fund, a fans' group says. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: USA Track and Field call for Olympics delay
BBC Sport: Coronavirus: USA Track and Field call for Olympics delay USA Track and Field calls for this summer's Olympics in Tokyo to be delayed because of the ongoing coronavirus situation. Continue reading.
Leicester Tigers: Coronavirus sees 25% pay cut for players and staff
BBC Sport: Leicester Tigers: Coronavirus sees 25% pay cut for players and staff Leicester Tigers join five other Premiership clubs in saying that they will start reducing salaries during coronavirus. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Three men arrested over loo roll haul
BBC News: Coronavirus: Three men arrested over loo roll haul Police uncovered many packs of toilet rolls and hand wash when they stopped a van after a break-in. Continue reading.
Natasha Jonas: Boxer expects financial struggle because of coronavirus
BBC Sport: Natasha Jonas: Boxer expects financial struggle because of coronavirus Natasha Jonas says she will be among boxers facing "difficult" times financially as a result of coronavirus. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Man proposes in Iceland store
BBC News: Coronavirus: Man proposes in Iceland store He dropped to one knee in the supermarket after an engagement trip to the country was cancelled. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Colchester chairman says EFL clubs may need Premier League help
BBC Sport: Coronavirus: Colchester chairman says EFL clubs may need Premier League help Colchester chairman Robbie Cowling says the Premier League may need to help financially support EFL clubs through the coronavirus crisis. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Three Portsmouth FC players test positive
BBC News: Coronavirus: Three Portsmouth FC players test positive James Bolton, Andy Cannon and Sean Raggett all have coronavirus, the football club says. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: How might 2019-20 season play out?
BBC Sport: Coronavirus: How might 2019-20 season play out? With the 2019-20 football season suspended across Europe, BBC Sport enlists the help of data experts to see how it might pan out. Continue reading.
Lewis Hamilton: Formula 1 world champion allays coronavirus concerns
BBC Sport: Lewis Hamilton: Formula 1 world champion allays coronavirus concerns F1 world champion Lewis Hamilton allays fans' concerns that he may have coronavirus after he was recently pictured with actor Idris Elba, who has tested positive for the virus. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Portsmouth's James Bolton, Andy Cannon & Sean Raggett test positive
BBC Sport: Coronavirus: Portsmouth's James Bolton, Andy Cannon & Sean Raggett test positive Three Portsmouth players, James Bolton, Andy Cannon and Sean Raggett, test positive for coronavirus. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'I've lost half of myself' - bereaved husband
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'I've lost half of myself' - bereaved husband The husband of a British woman who died in Bali after testing positive for coronavirus speaks to the BBC about her death. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Kimberley Finlayson, 52, dies on Bali break
BBC News: Coronavirus: Kimberley Finlayson, 52, dies on Bali break A bereaved husband says he has 'lost half of himself' after his wife contracted coronavirus in Bali. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'No-one can attend my daughter's funeral'
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'No-one can attend my daughter's funeral' A mother grieving for the death of her daughter explains how the family plans to celebrate her life. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'Relief' for businesses after government vows to pay wages
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'Relief' for businesses after government vows to pay wages Business leaders welcome the government's vow to subsidise wages, as pubs and restaurants are ordered to close. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Doctors urge conversations about dying
BBC News: Coronavirus: Doctors urge conversations about dying Discuss all possible scenarios with loved ones - even uncomfortable ones, palliative care doctors say. Continue reading.
Oxfordshire GP slams 'wholly inadequate' coronavirus protection
BBC News: Oxfordshire GP slams 'wholly inadequate' coronavirus protection A GP is calling for better protective gear after receiving out-of-date face masks. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Toilet roll alternatives blocking sewers
BBC News: Coronavirus: Toilet roll alternatives blocking sewers Northumbrian Water says householders have been flushing wipes, kitchen roll and newspaper. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Hotel made staff homeless in 'admin error'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Hotel made staff homeless in 'admin error' More than a dozen staff at a Highland hotel were sacked and asked to leave staff accommodation. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'Call a truce and be kind while stuck indoors'
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'Call a truce and be kind while stuck indoors' The pandemic is causing anxiety and a feeling of control lost over domestic life, a charity says. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Teachers may be shared between schools on Monday
BBC News: Coronavirus: Teachers may be shared between schools on Monday Some schools will not open on Monday after principals expressed concern about details of the plans. Continue reading.
Meet some of the heroes who will help Suffolk during the coronavirus crisis
Meet some of the heroes who will help Suffolk during the coronavirus crisis. A vast network of organisations in Suffolk will provide support and advice to people during the coming months – and here are the views of 10 of them on the challenge ahead. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: The school of Mum and Dad
BBC News: Coronavirus: The school of Mum and Dad There are plenty of online resources to help children keep learning while schools are closed. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'My virtual date sent me £15 for wine'
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'My virtual date sent me £15 for wine' Video chat, drinking games and awkward toilet moments. Virtual dating is here. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Chris Packham on Covid-19's impact on nature
BBC News: Coronavirus: Chris Packham on Covid-19's impact on nature Chris Packham says nature can help during self-isolation and considers coronavirus's environmental impact. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: How to spread joy in a world of self-isolation
BBC News: Coronavirus: How to spread joy in a world of self-isolation Whether it's music, art or 'modifed block parties', coronavirus is changing the way we interact. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Coastal visitors told to avoid 'unnecessary risks'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Coastal visitors told to avoid 'unnecessary risks' The RNLI has urged people looking for fresh air and exercise on coastal open spaces to take care. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Packham warns of impact on environmental issues
BBC News: Coronavirus: Packham warns of impact on environmental issues The Springwatch host says environmental concerns could be overlooked while the world tackles Covid-19. Continue reading.
Ipswich Coronavirus Thread
For Ipswich and Suffolk coronavirus figures please read this thread below. Symptoms Not everybody has symptoms (especially younger people) and some have it milder than others. It is frustrating that NHS and Public Heath England (PHE) aren't reporting the full extent of symptoms.
Coronavirus: The social events you can join from your sofa
BBC News: Coronavirus: The social events you can join from your sofa Meet the people using the internet to keep social gatherings alive during the coronavirus outbreak. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Last night of the pubs as lockdown begins
BBC News: Coronavirus: Last night of the pubs as lockdown begins Bars and alehouses across England mark the final night of business before closing to customers. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Closure of pubs, clubs and restaurants ordered
BBC News: Coronavirus: Closure of pubs, clubs and restaurants ordered First Minister Mark Drakeford says it will be "immensely difficult" for employees. Continue reading.
Covid-19: What's happening with schools?
BBC News: Covid-19: What's happening with schools? The government has closed all schools, but what does that mean for exams, and who can still go in? Continue reading.
No new coronavirus cases confirmed in Suffolk – but regional figure rises
No new coronavirus cases confirmed in Suffolk – but regional figure rises. Public Health England has recorded no new coronavirus cases in Suffolk, although the regional figure has continued to rise. Continue reading.
Escaping Coronavirus: Walks in the Suffolk countryside
Escaping Coronavirus: Walks in the Suffolk countryside. With everyone concerned about the Coronavirus outbreak, there’s not a lot you can do as a family to celebrate Mother’s Day but you can go for a walk in the fresh air and enjoy some splendid views. Here are some suggestions Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Labour urges 'faster' cash for workers
BBC News: Coronavirus: Labour urges 'faster' cash for workers Unions welcome the government's wages plan - but Labour says more cash is needed now. Continue reading.
These are the coronavirus scams to watch out for in Suffolk
These are the coronavirus scams to watch out for in Suffolk. Suffolk homes have been warned to keep an eye out for a number of scams from people trying to take advantage of the coronavirus situation. Continue reading.
Deepening coronavirus crisis leads to ‘major incident’ declaration in Suffolk
Deepening coronavirus crisis leads to ‘major incident’ declaration in Suffolk. The worsening COVID-19 crisis has led to it being officially declared a “major incident” in Suffolk. Continue reading.
Coronavirus signals delay for special steam trip through East Anglia
Coronavirus signals delay for special steam trip through East Anglia. The first steam train through Suffolk and Essex of 2020 has been postponed because of the coronavirus crisis. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Sturgeon warns of 'difficult days' amid compulsory closures
BBC News: Coronavirus: Sturgeon warns of 'difficult days' amid compulsory closures Nicola Sturgeon warns there will be "difficult days ahead" as pubs and restaurants close for final time. Continue reading.
County season delayed until at least 28 May because of coronavirus
BBC Sport: County season delayed until at least 28 May because of coronavirus No county cricket will be played until at least 28 May because of the coronavirus crisis. Continue reading.
EasyJet to ground most of its fleet, as coronavirus slaughters airline industry
RT: EasyJet to ground most of its fleet, as coronavirus slaughters airline industry British budget airline EasyJet will ground the majority of its fleet, in response to a wave of travel restrictions across Europe. The airline industry as a whole has been pummeled by the global Covid-19 pandemic. In a statement on Friday, the company said that the majority of its 300-plus fleet will be grounded from Tuesday onwards.
‘F***ing petrifying’: London hospital declares ‘critical incident’ as Covid-19 crisis cranks up pressure on UK healthcare system
RT: ‘F***ing petrifying’: London hospital declares ‘critical incident’ as Covid-19 crisis cranks up pressure on UK healthcare system A hospital in north west London has declared a “critical incident” as it counts those requiring a high level of care, revealing that it doesn’t have enough space to treat such people, due to an escalation in coronavirus patients. In a message sent to its workers on Thursday, Northwick Park Hospital in Harrow said that it has no critical care capacity left, the Health Service Journal (HSJ).
PM Johnson says ‘cafes, pubs, bars and restaurants’ will close as UK steps up Covid-19 response
RT: PM Johnson says ‘cafes, pubs, bars and restaurants’ will close as UK steps up Covid-19 response British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said all pubs, cafes and restaurants across the UK will close starting Friday night, in ramped-up efforts to curb the spread of the Covid-19 virus which threatens to overwhelm the NHS. In his daily coronavirus briefing with reporters, Johnson said he was asking people to “stay at home to protect the NHS and save lives. ” We are telling cafes, pubs, bars and restaurants to close tonight as soon as they reasonably can and not reopen tomorrow.
The ‘virtual’ Coronavirus film festival: 11 feelgood movies to stop you feeling bad
The ‘virtual’ Coronavirus film festival: 11 feelgood movies to stop you feeling bad. Welcome to our Feelgood Film Festival. It’s our antidote to the prospect of months of mind-numbing daytime TV.
Coronavirus: Teachers to estimate grades after exams cancelled
BBC News: Coronavirus: Teachers to estimate grades after exams cancelled Teachers will base assessments on coursework and mock results as schools await key workers' children. Continue reading.
Highest number of new UK coronavirus cases reported as more than 700 fall ill
Highest number of new UK coronavirus cases reported as more than 700 fall ill. More than 700 people have tested positive for coronavirus in the UK in the last 24 hours – the highest rise during the pandemic. Continue reading.
Four Premiership clubs make 25% wage cuts because of coronavirus outbreak
BBC Sport: Four Premiership clubs make 25% wage cuts because of coronavirus outbreak Premiership clubs will be forced to take "drastic action" after the coronavirus outbreak, says Gloucester CEO Lance Bradley. Continue reading.
Tokyo 2020 Olympics: Max Whitlock calls for patience over decision amid coronavirus crisis
BBC Sport: Tokyo 2020 Olympics: Max Whitlock calls for patience over decision amid coronavirus crisis Britain's double Olympic champion Max Whitlock calls for patience as athletes await a decision on whether Tokyo 2020 will go ahead as planned. Continue reading.
All pubs, restaurants, clubs and gyms ordered to close to halt coronavirus spread
All pubs, restaurants, clubs and gyms ordered to close to halt coronavirus spread. The government has announced all pubs, restaurants, clubs, and other parts of the hospitality industry are to close indefinitely in a bid to stop the spread of coronavirus. Continue reading.
Ipswich Town offer use of Portman Road to NHS during coronavirus outbreak
Ipswich Town offer use of Portman Road to NHS during coronavirus outbreak. Ipswich Town have donated the use of their Portman Road stadium to the NHS as the country battles the coronavirus outbreak. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Warning of spike in scams linked to crisis
BBC News: Coronavirus: Warning of spike in scams linked to crisis Scams range from "sanitiser" made from banned chemicals to cold-callers pretending to be health officials Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Church of England weddings limited to five people
BBC News: Coronavirus: Church of England weddings limited to five people One bride-to-be says she "broke down" due to the stress of the situation and has postponed the big day. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Woodbridge farmer's call for asparagus harvest pickers
Bruce Kerr says his usual seasonal pickers cannot reach the farm due to border closures across Europe. Continue reading. on BBC News website.
Should ‘low risk’ prisoners be released to aid coronavirus battle?
Should ‘low risk’ prisoners be released to aid coronavirus battle? The Government is being urged to release “low-risk” inmates serving a short jail sentence back into the community to slim the prison population and aid the coronavirus battle. Continue reading.
Why public transport in Ipswich alone could cause 1000+ deaths from the Coronavirus?
The UK Government are hopeless in the Coronavirus crisis and should have had regional lockdowns - the panic buying and economic damage in Ipswich for example, is a place where there is no reported confirmed cases of Covid19 and at this stage none of this panic and worry should have gone ahead. Public transport is a frustrating one.
Coronavirus and F1: Delayed start or no season at all? What happens next in Formula 1?
BBC Sport: Coronavirus and F1: Delayed start or no season at all? What happens next in Formula 1? When might the season start?
Coronavirus: Bernard Matthews seeks 200 new staff
The firm has seen a surge in demand for its food, as people shun pubs and restaurants. Continue reading. on BBC News website.
Students to be given grades that ‘reflect their work’ after exams cancelled by coronavirus
Students to be given grades that ‘reflect their work’ after exams cancelled by coronavirus. GCSE and A-level students will be given a grade that reflects the standard of their work in the academic year in lieu of exams, the government has announced. Continue reading.

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