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Coronavirus: Chancellor Rishi Sunak reveals eating out discount, jobs bonus scheme and stamp duty cut
Britons eating out will get discounted food, house buyers will pay less stamp duty and companies will get bonuses for retaining workers under the chancellor's plans to kickstart the UK economy.
The chancellor has been tasked with rehabilitating the PM's administration
Rishi Sunak did not pull his punches when he laid out the scale of the task ahead as the government tries to steer the British economy off the rocks of a deep recession.
Johnny Depp libel trial: Audio released of 'Hollywood star groaning on private plane'
An audio clip in which Johnny Depp can allegedly be heard groaning on a private jet has been played during his libel trial.
Johnny Depp libel trial: Texts that star sent about Amber Heard revealed in court
Johnny Depp sent texts referring to his ex-wife Amber Heard as "a witch" and saying "let's burn Amber", the High Court has been told during the second day of a high-profile libel action against The Sun newspaper.
Bow crane collapse: Woman dies after crane falls on houses in east London
A woman has died after a 20-metre crane collapsed on houses in east London.
The hastily written message of hope that helped an Auschwitz survivor find her liberator
"A start to a new life… good luck and happiness" - words written around the corners of a German banknote in April 1945, by an American soldier to a 16-year-old Jewish girl who had survived Auschwitz.
Former Kasabian frontman Tom Meighan issues apology for attacking girlfriend
Former Kasabian frontman Tom Meighan has apologised for attacking his girlfriend and said he has struggled with alcohol addiction "for many years".
Scientists believe piece of jawbone may belong to new dinosaur species
Scientists believe they may have stumbled on a new dinosaur species that lived in the Arctic 70 million years ago when the region was warmer than it is now.
Sunak's menu of giveaways will keep economy off cliff-edge - but bigger questions remain
Before considering the detail of what we've heard about today it's worth remembering that we are still only in the middle of a long economic saga.
Coronavirus: Government committed £15bn to buy PPE as COVID-19 spending revealed
The government allocated more than £15bn to buy personal protective equipment (PPE) for frontline NHS staff as part of an extra £50bn given to public services to help them cope with the coronavirus pandemic, Treasury documents have revealed.
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