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Image caption The City of London has been much quieter since the lockdown began Coronavirus is changing London. Some of it may be temporary, as the capital adjusts to the presence of an invisible killer, some of it will be more permanent. It is more than 100 days since the prime minister ordered the nation […]

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Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionDavide Compagnone returned from the brink of death after a struggle with coronavirus Covid-19 survivor Davide Compagnone was brought back from the brink of death after a struggle with the disease. Now the pharmacist has met Dr Matt Morgan, the University Hospital of Wales consultant who saved […]

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West Ham players react during their 2-0 defeat by Tottenham When West Ham released their most recent annual financial statement in January, it came with a stark warning. Retaining their Premier League status was, the Hammers said, “an absolute necessity”. That statement was written in October, when the club were pushing for a place in […]

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A very British love affair Monday should have been the start of Wimbledon. But, like much of this year’s sporting calendar, it was cancelled because of the coronavirus pandemic. That means some of tennis fans’ big questions remaining unanswered: will Serena Williams match Margaret Court’s 24 Grand Slam singles titles? Can Coco Gauff become a […]

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Matteo Guendouzi was dropped for ‘player management’ reasons after clashing with Brighton’s Neal Maupay Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta says he only wants players ready to jump “on the boat” after speculation about midfielder Matteo Guendouzi’s future. It was reported the Frenchman, 21, had asked to leave the club after being dropped for the win at […]

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Image caption General manager Diana Nabagereka says reducing the 2m social distancing rule will be vital for restaurants reopening in Brixton Village As the prime minister announced that pubs and restaurants in England can reopen from 4 July, we went to see how one neighbourhood might emerge from the coronavirus lockdown. Brixton appears almost normal. […]

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Image caption Churches such as St Martin’s-in-the-Fields in Trafalgar Square host concerts and exhibitions Churches in London may be forced to close due to changes to the congestion charge, faith leaders have warned. The charge has increased by 30% to £15 and will be enforced each day from 07:00 to 22:00, hitting Sunday worship hours […]

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Premier League: Bournemouth 0-2 Crystal Palace highlights European football “is possible” next season, says Crystal Palace skipper Luka Milivojevic after helping his side to a comfortable victory over strugglers Bournemouth at the Vitality Stadium. In the first top flight game shown live on BBC TV since 1988, Roy Hodgson’s side moved into the top 10 […]

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Jose Mourinho conducted his pre-match press conference via Zoom this week Jose Mourinho says Tottenham are not going to be “in the same league” as other Premier League clubs in this summer’s transfer market. Spurs spent over £100m last year but Mourinho does not expect to get the same budget this summer. Tottenham currently sit […]

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As life slowly returns to some kind of normality, one woman says social distancing has changed her life for the better. Maria has Asperger syndrome, which can cause people to feel uncomfortable in some social situations. The 53-year-old says she’s dreading the end of lockdown. Video by Tarah Welsh and David Faye dishwasher repairs Haddenham […]

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