Making Headlines: Hotel quarantine for ‘red-list’ countries; Kate praises teachers; Super Bowl LV
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Brits arriving in the UK from countries on the travel ban “red list” will be forced to quarantine in a Government-approved hotel from February 15, it has been announced.
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A nurse at a Kilmarnock hospital has reportedly been ‘stabbed’ with the medical hub placed in lockdown.
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Donald Trump has resigned from a US actors union after it launched disciplinary action against him for his perceived role in the Capitol riot.
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The Super Bowl is one of the biggest sporting events in the world, with hundreds of millions of people tuning in each year, and the clock is ticking down to the 55th season finale.
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The Duchess of Cambridge today praised teachers for their “fantastic” work during the COVID-19 pandemic saying they are a “lifeline” for parents.
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Gladys Knight has paid tribute to Jim Weatherly, the country music singer-songwriter behind her biggest hit, Midnight Train To Georgia, following his death at the age of 77.
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