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Leicester: Up to 10,000 could be victims of modern slavery in textile factories
As many as 10,000 people could be working in slave-like conditions in textile factories in Leicester.
Lockdown rules easing in England, Scotland and Wales from today - here's what's allowed
Lockdown rules are being eased in England, Scotland and Wales today as the three nations continue the long journey back to normal life.
Manchester City's Champions League ban lifted
Manchester City's two-year ban from the Champions League has been lifted.
Coronavirus can seriously damage the heart, study suggests
Coronavirus may have a serious impact on the heart, with more than half of COVID-19 patients revealing abnormal scans, a study suggests.
Starmer's first 100 days: Labour leader seen as clean break from Corbyn - poll
Sir Keir Starmer is most likely to be compared to Tony Blair by voters, and is already seen as a clean break from Jeremy Corbyn, according to new polling 100 days into his leadership.
'Let's get going': Government steps up Brexit preparation with details on travel and immigration
The government is to set out the UK's future immigration and border policies today, as it aims to prepare the country for the end of the Brexit transition period.
Lewis Hamilton calls out rival teams for lack of action on racism
Lewis Hamilton has applauded his Mercedes team for joining him in taking the knee ahead of the weekend's Formula One race, but he said other teams - including Ferrari - must do more to combat racism.
Quiz suspends supplier over living wage allegations
Shares in fashion retailer Quiz have plunged by more than a fifth after it said it had suspended a supplier over allegations a sub-contractor failed to meet National Living Wage rules.
Wilfried Zaha: Boy, 12, arrested over racist messages sent to Crystal Palace player
A 12-year-old boy has been arrested over racist messages sent to footballer Wilfried Zaha.
Coronavirus: 73 contract COVID-19 after outbreak on Herefordshire farm
Dozens of key workers picking and packing vegetables at a farm in Herefordshire have tested positive for coronavirus.
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