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25/02/2021 10:46:02 PM
Exam results to be released early to give students more time to appeal
International travel could resume from May 17, Transport Secretary tells Peston
Ministers launch fresh ‘stay at home’ messaging despite falling Covid rates
More people with learning disabilities prioritised for vaccine
The Alex Salmond inquiry - what we know so far
Is your area the worst in England for fly-tipping?
A look back at Tiger Woods' career blighted by injuries and his great comeback
Possible lockdown will be eased quicker than road map, says Ferguson
When will the stamp duty holiday end and will it be extended in the budget?
How are other countries easing their Covid lockdowns?
How many people in the UK have had the vaccine so far and when will you get it?
Parasitic wasps to tackle troublesome moths at Norfolk stately home
Man named Colin Pidgeon catches pigeon during government briefing
Three-year-old and dad don Spiderman outfits to walk a thousand miles for NHS
The Rundown from ITV News: Watch the latest edition
'I'd fire all the men': Amber Rudd on why she'd have an all female Cabinet
Are the roadmap dates realistic? Will we need a jab to go to the pub?
How close are vaccine passports and can tourism recover?
What next for the Trump kids after a shock voter poll?
Gavin Williamson to lay out exam grade plan after 2020 chaos
Two doses of Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine produce a high number of antibodies – study
Daryl McCormack to play title role in Good Luck To You, Leo Grande
Visiting restrictions may have contributed to deaths of new mothers – report
Exam results to be released early to give students more time to appeal
Homeware demand buoys ‘resilient’ Ikea after stores closed in lockdown
More than 6,600 data security breaches notified last year – watchdog
More people with learning disabilities prioritised for Covid vaccines
Tiger Woods will have to dig deep once more for another comeback
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Nearly 80% back ban on hunting with dogs in Northern Ireland, survey finds
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Joe Biden gives nation personal message as US passes 500,000 Covid deaths
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PM shifting responsibility for protecting ourselves from Covid to us
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Workers in asylum seeker hotels 'exploited' and paid below minimum wage
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25/02/2021 10:46:08 PM
Education Teachers to get sweeping powers to decide exam results in England
Teachers to get sweeping powers to decide exam results in England
Daphne Caruana Galizia All suspects in murder arrested, says police chief
All suspects in murder arrested, says police chief
Coronavirus Greece in talks with UK to allow holidays with vaccine passports
Vaccine Clinical trials for variants to start in summer
Analysis Mandatory jabs conflict with Britons' right to say no
Vaccine Clinical trials for variants to start in summer
Analysis Mandatory jabs conflict with Britons' right to say no
Greece in talks with UK to allow holidays with vaccine passports
Russia Amnesty strips Alexei Navalny of 'prisoner of conscience' status
Amnesty strips Alexei Navalny of 'prisoner of conscience' status
Labour Keir Starmer under pressure to back plans for corporation tax rise
Keir Starmer under pressure to back plans for corporation tax rise
Housing Commons defeat leaves flat owners facing huge bills to fix cladding
Commons defeat leaves flat owners facing huge bills to fix cladding
Inequality Job losses in pandemic due to performance issues, say nearly half of Britons
Job losses in pandemic due to performance issues, say nearly half of Britons
Brexit UK and EU fail break to break impasse over Irish Sea border
UK and EU fail break to break impasse over Irish Sea border
Jamal Khashoggi Biden faces calls to 'strike a blow' for Saudi human rights
Biden faces calls to 'strike a blow' for Saudi human rights
Medical research Statins do not cause muscle aches and pains, study finds
Statins do not cause muscle aches and pains, study finds
Palaeontology Royal Mint to commemorate fossil hunter Mary Anning
Royal Mint to commemorate fossil hunter Mary Anning
‘A huge relief’ Families welcome priority vaccination for those with learning disabilities
US Johnson & Johnson's one-shot vaccine effective, FDA says
Vaccines Covax delivers first doses in 'momentous occasion'
'It doesn't feel worth it' Covid-19 is pushing New York's EMTs to the brink
US Johnson & Johnson's one-shot vaccine effective, FDA says
Vaccines Covax delivers first doses in 'momentous occasion'
'It doesn't feel worth it' Covid-19 is pushing New York's EMTs to the brink
Families welcome priority vaccination for those with learning disabilities
Live Coronavirus: Pfizer vaccine found 94% effective in major study; EU states split over vaccine passports
Coronavirus: Pfizer vaccine found 94% effective in major study; EU states split over vaccine passports
Vaccines Frontline workers and BAME groups will not be prioritised
Frontline workers and BAME groups will not be prioritised
Germany Frustration grows over sluggish rollout of Covid vaccines
Frustration grows over sluggish rollout of Covid vaccines
'Stay at home' Fresh Covid ad campaign launches in England
Fresh Covid ad campaign launches in England
Phased return v 'big bang' restart UK split on best approach to reopening schools from Covid lockdown
UK split on best approach to reopening schools from Covid lockdown
England All people on learning disabilities register to be invited for jabs
All people on learning disabilities register to be invited for jabs
'Kombucha and kimchi' NHS boss warns against Gwyneth Paltrow’s Covid advice
NHS boss warns against Gwyneth Paltrow’s Covid advice
Improv your lockdown The comic delivering laughs and life hacks
The comic delivering laughs and life hacks
Boris the abuser merely swapped the Telegraph for Downing Street
Boris the abuser merely swapped the Telegraph for Downing Street
It's so fun who cares whodunnit? Sherlock Holmes: An Online Adventure review
Sherlock Holmes: An Online Adventure review
Tiger Woods What now for golf's comeback king?
What now for golf's comeback king?
What a dump! Why ‘wild toileting’ has become a big pandemic problem
Why ‘wild toileting’ has become a big pandemic problem
'Institutions continue to abuse power' Archie Shepp on jazz, race and freedom
Archie Shepp on jazz, race and freedom
Melting pot 17 delicious, warming stews – from a Moroccan fish dish to Persian lamb
17 delicious, warming stews – from a Moroccan fish dish to Persian lamb
'It's broken me' UK students on financial strain in the pandemic
UK students on financial strain in the pandemic
PodcastThe science behind England’s Covid exit plan
The science behind England’s Covid exit plan
The feud between Sturgeon and Salmond could derail Scottish independence
The feud between Sturgeon and Salmond could derail Scottish independence
Few budgets really matter, but this one does: Sunak must keep splashing the cash
Few budgets really matter, but this one does: Sunak must keep splashing the cash
Seven weeks in, what have I learned from my new life as a dog person?
Seven weeks in, what have I learned from my new life as a dog person?
Australia’s move to tame Facebook and Google is just the start of a global battle
Australia’s move to tame Facebook and Google is just the start of a global battle
Cartoon Steve Bell on David Cameron's call for a 'muscular' green recovery
Steve Bell on David Cameron's call for a 'muscular' green recovery
Lloyds and HSBC are shedding office space ... did they have too much to begin with?
Lloyds and HSBC are shedding office space ... did they have too much to begin with?
If the UK government isn't held to account for its Covid failures, our democracy may never recover
If the UK government isn't held to account for its Covid failures, our democracy may never recover
Why is the EU running into so many difficulties with its Covid vaccine campaign?
Why is the EU running into so many difficulties with its Covid vaccine campaign?
The Guardian view on vaccine passports A tool to handle with care
A tool to handle with care
The Guardian view on Radio Garden World citizenship in an app
World citizenship in an app
Letters Can a new Beveridge fix a broken welfare state?
Can a new Beveridge fix a broken welfare state?
Letters How the right words can end the culture war
How the right words can end the culture war
England offer up resigned sigh of an opening innings
Cricket England riled by TV umpire's swift decisions
Third Test India take control as England capitulate to Patel
Anand Vasu Old and new are intertwined at India's fortress
Cricket England riled by TV umpire's swift decisions
Third Test India take control as England capitulate to Patel
Anand Vasu Old and new are intertwined at India's fortress
England offer up resigned sigh of an opening innings
Gladbach 0-2 Man City Silva and Jesus extend winning run in dominant display
Jonathan Liew City hypnotise opponents into compliance
Silva and Jesus extend winning run in dominant display
Live New Zealand v Australia – second T20 international
New Zealand v Australia – second T20 international
Golf McIlroy says Woods can 'still affect golf in a great way' if car crash ends career
Tiger Woods What now for golf's comeback king?
McIlroy says Woods can 'still affect golf in a great way' if car crash ends career
Atalanta 0-1 Real Madrid Mendy's late stunner sinks 10-man hosts
Mendy's late stunner sinks 10-man hosts
Boxing Fury claims plans for Joshua showdown 'no further forward'
Fury claims plans for Joshua showdown 'no further forward'
Olympics Brisbane chosen as 'preferred partner' to host 2032 Games
Brisbane chosen as 'preferred partner' to host 2032 Games
Carter's brilliance set impossibly high standard for fly-halves
Carter's brilliance set impossibly high standard for fly-halves
Liverpool Council may hold vote to scrap role of mayor over selection fiasco
Council may hold vote to scrap role of mayor over selection fiasco
Scotland Salmond may have questions to answer about past conduct, says Sturgeon
Salmond may have questions to answer about past conduct, says Sturgeon
Ikea UK loses £33m after closing stores for nearly three months
UK loses £33m after closing stores for nearly three months
Boris Johnson UK PM 'a liar' who will seek to blame Brexit costs on Covid, says diplomat
UK PM 'a liar' who will seek to blame Brexit costs on Covid, says diplomat
Reading and Leeds Festivals set to go ahead this year in boost for live music
Festivals set to go ahead this year in boost for live music
John Worboys Rapist loses appeal against two life sentences
Rapist loses appeal against two life sentences
Money Extension of stamp duty holiday 'could help 300,000 sales'
Extension of stamp duty holiday 'could help 300,000 sales'
From Bowie to Jackie Weaver Girl dresses up and raises £5,000 for charity
Girl dresses up and raises £5,000 for charity
Business Bank of England to 'resist firmly' EU raid on London, warns governor
Bank of England to 'resist firmly' EU raid on London, warns governor
Rishi Sunak Chancellor freezes fuel duty over reliance on cars in pandemic
Chancellor freezes fuel duty over reliance on cars in pandemic
Live Biden signs order to protect US supply chains as Moderna announces progress on vaccine updates
Joe Biden Key aide said pandemic was 'best thing that ever happened to him', book says
Biden signs order to protect US supply chains as Moderna announces progress on vaccine updates
Andrew Cuomo Former aide says New York governor kissed her without consent
Former aide says New York governor kissed her without consent
Technology AI could have profound effect on way GCHQ works, says director
AI could have profound effect on way GCHQ works, says director
US New record as estimated 18m Americans identify as LGBTQ, poll finds
New record as estimated 18m Americans identify as LGBTQ, poll finds
Technology Facebook over-enforced Australia news ban, admits Nick Clegg
Facebook over-enforced Australia news ban, admits Nick Clegg
Immigration Man leaves church and reunites with family after years in sanctuary from deportation
Man leaves church and reunites with family after years in sanctuary from deportation
'Like a bad joke' Al Jazeera staff bemused at rightwing US venture
Al Jazeera staff bemused at rightwing US venture
California Lawmakers push to stop deportations and end jail transfers to Ice
Lawmakers push to stop deportations and end jail transfers to Ice
'My butter seems harder' Spread sparks furore over Canada's dairy industry
Spread sparks furore over Canada's dairy industry
Daniel Prude Protesters decry New York jury's failure to indict officers in death
Protesters decry New York jury's failure to indict officers in death
Arctic Ice loss forces polar bears to use four times as much energy to survive - study
Ice loss forces polar bears to use four times as much energy to survive - study
Climate Justin Trudeau says US leadership has been 'sorely missed' during first meeting with Biden
Justin Trudeau says US leadership has been 'sorely missed' during first meeting with Biden
Hot houses The race to save bats from overheating as temperatures rise
The race to save bats from overheating as temperatures rise
Pressure to procreate Inside Hungary’s baby drive
Degrees of racism How heat is radically altering Americans' lives before they're even born
My Brother’s Keeper A former Guantánamo detainee, his guard and their unlikely friendship
A tarnished icon Why Myanmar protesters see Aung San Suu Kyi as their greatest hope
Coronavirus variants What you need to know
Music Non-British citizens now eligible for Brit awards and Mercury prize
Non-British citizens now eligible for Brit awards and Mercury prize
Bruce Springsteen Drink-driving charges against rock star dropped
Drink-driving charges against rock star dropped
Ginny & Georgia review Such perfect trash deserves a special award
Such perfect trash deserves a special award
The Lyrics Paul McCartney to publish 900-page lyrical 'autobiography'
Paul McCartney to publish 900-page lyrical 'autobiography'
Odd couple Can a leftie comic teach a Tory baroness standup?
Can a leftie comic teach a Tory baroness standup?
Wrong Turn review Skull-crushing Appalachian horror
Skull-crushing Appalachian horror
Bedtime best practice Experts settle on six key steps for getting kids to sleep
Alexandra Topping Mother's ruin: 'I thought I was too cool for bedtime – I was very wrong'
Experts settle on six key steps for getting kids to sleep
Cardi B 'I have felt prejudice' over racial disparities in the fashion industry
'I have felt prejudice' over racial disparities in the fashion industry
‘The rhythm is really good for your brain’ Kate Humble on walking – and how to improve it
Kate Humble on walking – and how to improve it
Milan fashion week Fendi serves palette cleanser for label's optimistic outlook
Fendi serves palette cleanser for label's optimistic outlook
Feed your moths and hide your trousers The expert guide to making clothes last for ever
The expert guide to making clothes last for ever
‘Tonight will be a great feast’ My mountain rescue in Croatia
My mountain rescue in Croatia
Coronavirus How does the change in vaccination for those on the learning disabilities register affect you?
How does the change in vaccination for those on the learning disabilities register affect you?
Tell us Has your family been separated by Covid?
Has your family been separated by Covid?
Care home visits in England Who will be your family's designated person?
Who will be your family's designated person?
Coronavirus Have you felt under pressure to break UK lockdown restrictions?
Have you felt under pressure to break UK lockdown restrictions?
The communist who raised me Photographer Ruth Maddison interrogates her father's Asio file


Sky News
26/02/2021 10:46:13 PM
'Don't wreck this now': Van-Tam's warning as some regions see rise in COVID cases
More than 19 million have now had first COVID jab - as UK reports another 345 deaths
Hancock and Van-Tam insist vaccine rollout right not to prioritise police and teachers
COVID-19 infection rates drop again across the UK, according to ONS data
Northern Ireland halts construction of post-Brexit inspection facilities
Saturday's national newspaper front pages
'No doubt' Sturgeon broke ministerial code of conduct, Salmond tells inquiry
'3-0 can become 4-3': JVT's latest COVID metaphor
Harry says press was 'destroying my mental health'
'Oblivious' lorry driver has one phone in each hand
Prince Harry in his own words: 'I will never walk away from the Royal Family'
What are the different types of COVID-19 tests - and are they key to life going back to normal?
Was Harry's chat show appearance the clickbait he so despises?
Many people will be disappointed when they hear PM's lockdown lifting plan
Ryan Giggs has bail extended following arrest on suspicion of assault
Hamilton asks 'what's next?' as he urges fans to keep up BLM fight
'I did what any husband and father would do': Prince Harry on stepping back from royal life
When might I get a COVID vaccine?
UK's R number unchanged at between 0.6 and 0.9
IS bride Shamima Begum 'angry, upset and crying' after court rules she can't return to UK
First travellers released from hotel quarantine: 'It was horrible'
Bus driver jailed for life after battering wife to death during first lockdown
'Scotland's leadership has failed'
What happened when Bruno met Tyson?
Queen encourages everyone to have jab
'No algorithm' for England's pupils
Joshua: 'All I want to do is fight, fight, fight'
'Best we can do' says schools minister
Silverstone boss has 'hope' for July's British GP
Revealed: How ministers are planning to seize control of policy from Public Health England
Final HS2 protester removed from Euston tunnel network
'Think about other people': Queen speaks out on vaccine hesitancy
Major cities falling well behind in UK's bid to vaccinate its way out of lockdown
BA parent firm demands digital health passes to help reopen skies as it dives to £6.5bn loss
When might I get a COVID vaccine?
People in their 40s first for phase two of vaccine rollout - no priority for teachers and police
'No doubt' Sturgeon broke ministerial code of conduct, Salmond tells inquiry
'I did what any husband and father would do': Prince Harry on stepping back from royal life
IS bride Shamima Begum 'angry, upset and crying' after court rules she can't return to UK
'Stealing a black man's story': Mike Tyson hits out at unauthorised miniseries about his life
First travellers released from hotel quarantine: 'It was horrible'
CCTV shows moment Lady Gaga's dog walker was shot and star's dogs were taken
Was Harry's chat show appearance the clickbait he so despises?
An A to Z guide to the explosive scandal at the top of Scottish politics
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London Evening Standard
26/02/2021 10:46:00 PM
Pair jailed over £32m of cocaine smuggled inside yam shipment
JVT warns ‘don’t wreck this now’ as Covid cases rise in 1 in 5 areas
Covid deaths plunge by a third as 345 new fatalities are recorded
Shamima Begum blocked from returning to UK to fight for citizenship
London Covid crisis no longer ‘major incident’ but city still on alert
Harry: We did not walk way... I did what any husband would do
JVT warns ‘don’t wreck this now’ as Covid cases rise in 1 in 5 areas Although it is generally good news, Im afraid it is better news in some places than it is in others and this is not a battle that we have won yet.
Prince Harry says he 'did not walk away' in extraordinary TV appearance: I did what any husband would do He says life is in public service - but he left UK because mental health was being destroyed
Saudi crown prince ‘approved Khashoggi murder’, says US report By
Prince Harry’s bombshell interview: Meghan and I did not walk away... I did what any husband would do
Queen speaks out about receiving the Covid vaccine, describing the NHS jab rollout as ‘remarkable’
Prince Harry’s bombshell interview: Meghan and I did not walk away... I did what any husband would do
Harry Potter star Emma Watson ‘steps back from acting’
It’s time to radically rethink the future of London’s offices By
Is this the moment of reckoning for the gig economy? By
We need your help to tackle mental crisis in young, says Billie Piper By
Covid deaths plunge by a third as 345 new fatalities are recorded By
No thank you for the music: ‘Terrible’ singer fined over Abba karaoke By
BitCoin blackmailer who threatened to blow up NHS hospital sentenced By
Prince Philip to spend weekend in hospital in longest-ever stay By
It’s time to radically rethink the future of London’s offices - have your say By
Is this the moment of reckoning for the gig economy? By
Three UK businesses on how they’re now trading with Europe
Theresa May speaks about ‘effective and painless’ Covid jab experience By
Gunmen kidnap 300 Nigerian schoolgirls and hold them in forest By
Violent robber freed to kill ‘hero’ jailed for 20 years By
Covid-19 vaccines: the people making our lives coronavirus-safe
How to maximise your employment opportunities
Make sure you act now to secure your business for the UK’s new start

El Pais (Madrid)
26/02/2021 10:46:03 PM
PSOE y PP ultiman un gran pacto para renovar cuatro instituciones clave
El acuerdo para el Poder Judicial incluye tres jueces del Supremo
Ciudadanos no votará el consejo de RTVE por el “reparto de cromos”
Límites al alquiler en el mundo: ni tabú ni la panacea
J. L. ARANDA / S. AYUSO / E. G. SEVILLANO / L. PACHO / M. A. SÁNCHEZ-VALLEJO Pases como Alemania, Francia, Italia o Estados Unidos han regulado los arrendamientos sin grandes logros
La pandemia retrasa la atención al cáncer: “Los médicos se olvidaron de mí. Tengo un tumor”
Darias: “La gran tarea es reforzar el Sistema Nacional de Salud” DESTACADOS
Sanidad recomienda no celebrar las manifestaciones del 8 de marzo Por coherencia a mi llamada a la responsabilidad, la situacin epidemiolgica no lo permitira. No ha lugar, dice Darias
DIRECTO | Darias: “Ya son más los vacunados que los contagiados”
Quejas, citas para fallecidos y caos en las horas previas a la vacunación de los mayores de 80 años en Madrid
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Inmaculada Casas: “No estamos haciendo una verdadera vigilancia de las variantes del virus”
El rechazo a entrar en los campamentos de acogida en Canarias lleva a cientos de migrantes a vivir en la calle
EDITORIAL | ‘Trasladar a los migrantes a la Península’
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Primer mandamiento de los artistas chinos: “Amar a la patria y apoyar al Partido”
La imagen que resume el ‘Holocausto de las balas’
Las vacas gordas cayeron con el Imperio Romano
Epílogo vecinal en la casa que fotografió Robert Capa
L. DE VEGA / A. NIETO (VÍDEO) / S. RUIZ (VÍDEO) |
CHAMPIONS | ATALANTA, 0; REAL MADRID, 1
A un gris Madrid le sale todo 
Zidane: “El que tenía que tirar no era Mendy”
Paladas de pases con Isco de falso nueve
El City cabalga solo (0-2)
Atención futboleros: descubre la experiencia que enloquecerá a aficionados de todo el planeta
‘Allen v. Farrow’: ¿tienen sentido los documentales que solo dan voz a una de las partes? Paloma Rando
Así busca Mercadona el queso perfecto
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Laura Pausini antes de los Globos de Oro: “Todo esto supera los sueños que tenía”
Estar donde estés, un proyecto de Banco Sabadell
Economía digital: cómo impulsará el Fondo de Recuperación Europeo al segundo sector con más peso del PIB
Turismo y hostelería: anuncio sin plan El Gobierno debe concretar de forma urgente sus nuevas ayudas econmicas
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No retiren el apoyo financiero a la BBC
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La mente, instrucciones de montaje
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Lo que dice la ciencia
Milans del Bosch: “Armada me dijo: ‘No puedo parar a Tejero. Esto se hace”
El accidente cerebrovascular que se esconde tras una falsa migraña
El electricista que saboteó a los nazis y salvó a sus amigos
El mapa de la mortalidad barrio a barrio revela desigualdades incluso en la misma calle
Suscríbete a los hechos Conocer los hechos y acceder a informacin de calidad es ms necesario que nunca
Manuel Jabois: “No creo en el lector militante. Creo en el lector fiel, leal a lo largo de muchos años”
Vero Boquete: “El periodismo es importante porque es la conexión que tenemos con la realidad”
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Sánchez anuncia 11.000 millones para hostelería y turismo sin detallar ni cómo ni cuándo se darán
La bronca política se toma un respiro
La lenta vacunación obliga a la UE a prolongar las restricciones de viaje
Febrero, el mes con más fallecidos notificados desde la primera ola
Renzo Piano: “Este virus nos obliga a vivir menos” Julio Ocampo
Los mayores vacunados: “Salir de la residencia nos ha devuelto la esperanza”
Y el Ejército egipcio mostró su poder
EE UU maniobra para reducir la dependencia de China en sectores clave 
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Incautadas 23 toneladas de cocaína, el mayor alijo de la historia de Europa
Maduro ordena expulsar a la embajadora de la Unión Europea 
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Aguirre niega haber recibido dinero de Bárcenas y anuncia una querella contra él
Bárcenas afirma que entregó un sobre con 60.000 euros a Aguirre
El fiasco de la base logística de Defensa abre una crisis en el Ayuntamiento de Jaén
Paisajes urbanos del odio en Euskadi
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Un informe policial da oxígeno a Podemos en el ‘caso Neurona’
Una llengua postnormal
La UE toma la iniciativa para lograr más transparencia en los impuestos que pagan las multinacionales
Adif ofertará 2.000 empleos este año a cambio de la paz social
El estrecho camino que lleva a las hipotecas ‘senior’
Ningún país de la UE puede competir con los tipos bajos de Andorra 
Un proyecto de Vodafone
Una obra maestra de Sorrentino, por Belén Cuesta
‘Elle’, el arte de incomodar. Por Anna Castillo
La lengua que traje conmigo: así suena el norte de África en España
24.000 profesores técnicos de FP subirán de categoría al integrarse como docentes de secundaria
La negligencia médica que paralizó al pequeño Adrián
Cómo el teatro puede ayudar a los jóvenes nigerianos con VIH Taiwo Afolabi
Educación: la mejor vacuna contra la obesidad infantil P. C.
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Facebook se compromete a invertir 1.000 millones de dólares en la industria de las noticias
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Eurídice Cabañes: “El móvil es una tecnología de espionaje que llevamos a todas partes”
España, el tercer país en el que más se ha buscado la palabra “desempleo” 
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Arturo Ripstein: “Hoy triunfa la ausencia de lo ofensivo, un cine cómodo”
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Canto a la ética y la bondad en años de penuria y bombardeos
Viaje fotográfico por el pasado y presente de la historia
Gloria Crespo MacLennan
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Marilia Samper: lo que no se dice
BARCELONA, 3; ELCHE, 0
El Barça vive de Messi
Koeman: “Menos mal que hemos puesto energía en la segunda parte”
Tiger Woods busca un último milagro
El Atlético más antinatural
La certeza que Toto Wolff tiene con Alonso

USA Today
25/02/2021 10:46:00 PM
They represent 2% of the population – but 37% of gun homicides
Biden on brink of first Cabinet defeat as panels postpone Tanden vote
Was Tiger's Genesis SUV safe?
In awkward exchange, GOP leaders Cheney, McCarthy differ on TrumpPolitics
Churches are becoming key to vaccinations - especially for people of colorNation
For second time, House to take up police reform legislation named for George FloydPolitics
Sheep named Baarack was rescued with over 75 pounds of woolWorld

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SF Gate
25/02/2021 10:46:17 PM
California halts system of shared vaccine codes after misuse
The case of missing 14-year-old SF girl takes a mysterious turn
SF rent prices may have finally hit the bottom
Longtime food stop on I-80 between SF and Sacramento closes
Bay Area city votes to end police stops for minor traffic violations
The case of missing 14-year-old SF girl takes a mysterious turn
Katlin Gallaread has been missing for a week. By Joshua Bote
When will strongest winds hit Wednesday? Power outages possible
SF man viciously beaten, robbed of wheelchair in SoMa, police say
Around-the-clock search intensifies as coyote bites 5th person
Stop panicking about COVID-19 variants, says UCSF's Dr. Gandhi
Bay Area chain Fry's Electronics closing all stores permanently
SF lifts strict travel rule: 'This is not a travel free-for-all'
Marin residents misuse access codes meant for Black, Latino communities to get COVID-19 vaccines
1 in 6 Gen Z adults are LGBT. And this number could continue to grow.
Pandemic Exit Interviews: Stop panicking about the COVID-19 variants, says UCSF's Monica Gandhi
Why 'So I Married an Axe Murderer' is an ode to San Francisco’s North Beach
The case of a missing 14-year-old San Francisco girl takes a mysterious turn
AP FACT CHECK: Biden on virus deaths, Kerry's climate crisis
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden and his team are getting the numbers wrong when they talk about the enormity of the mounting COVID-19 death toll and the looming climate change... By HOPE YEN and SETH BORENSTEIN
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26/02/2021 10:46:07 PM
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Couple cannot have a Cornish language wedding Steph Norman and Aaron Willoughby are told their ceremony must be in English and Cornish.
'I can't breathe' death ruled unlawful killing Jack Barnes suffered a cardiac arrest after being restrained by public transport workers.
DUP minister orders Brexit check construction halt Gordon Lyons says he is responding to "practical difficulties" caused by the NI Protocol.
Monger completes 'epic' Comic Relief challenge The racing driver, who had both legs amputated in 2017, has walked, cycled and kayaked 140 miles.
Salmond: 'No doubt' Sturgeon broke ministerial code The former first minister makes the claim during his long-awaited appearance at a Holyrood inquiry.
Could Salmond bring down Sturgeon?
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Vaccinating by age not job 'will save most lives' Putting over-40s ahead of teachers or police officers is "the moral thing to do", Matt Hancock says.
Covid levels 'burning quite hot' in some of UK Infection rates are declining overall, but some regions are seeing a rise in cases.
Video 33 secondsMother drops children to escape apartment fire The four children were all caught by volunteers holding a blanket on the street in Istanbul.
Saudi prince 'approved Khashoggi killing' - US An official report says Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman approved the journalist's murder.
Shamima Begum cannot return to UK, court rules The ruling means she will not be able to come back to fight the decision to remove her British citizenship.
Lockdown bomb hoaxer targeted NHS, MPs and BLM A German court imprisons a Berlin-based Italian for extortion threats made against UK targets.
Video 2 minutes 29 secondsRohingya refugees adrift at sea A boat full of dozens of Rohingya refugees attempting to reach South East Asia is adrift in the Indian Ocean.
Couple cannot have a Cornish language wedding Steph Norman and Aaron Willoughby are told their ceremony must be in English and Cornish.
'I can't breathe' death ruled unlawful killing Jack Barnes suffered a cardiac arrest after being restrained by public transport workers.
DUP minister orders Brexit check construction halt Gordon Lyons says he is responding to "practical difficulties" caused by the NI Protocol.
Monger completes 'epic' Comic Relief challenge The racing driver, who had both legs amputated in 2017, has walked, cycled and kayaked 140 miles.
Salmond: 'No doubt' Sturgeon broke ministerial code The former first minister makes the claim during his long-awaited appearance at a Holyrood inquiry.
Could Salmond bring down Sturgeon?
The Salmond-Sturgeon story
What is the row all about?
Vaccinating by age not job 'will save most lives' Putting over-40s ahead of teachers or police officers is "the moral thing to do", Matt Hancock says.
Covid levels 'burning quite hot' in some of UK Infection rates are declining overall, but some regions are seeing a rise in cases.
Video 33 secondsMother drops children to escape apartment fire The four children were all caught by volunteers holding a blanket on the street in Istanbul.
DUP minister orders Brexit check construction halt Gordon Lyons says he is responding to "practical difficulties" caused by the NI Protocol.
Saudi prince 'approved Khashoggi killing' - US An official report says Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman approved the journalist's murder.
Shamima Begum cannot return to UK, court rules The ruling means she will not be able to come back to fight the decision to remove her British citizenship.
Lockdown bomb hoaxer targeted NHS, MPs and BLM A German court imprisons a Berlin-based Italian for extortion threats made against UK targets.
Video 2 minutes 29 secondsRohingya refugees adrift at sea A boat full of dozens of Rohingya refugees attempting to reach South East Asia is adrift in the Indian Ocean.
Couple cannot have a Cornish language wedding Steph Norman and Aaron Willoughby are told their ceremony must be in English and Cornish.
'I can't breathe' death ruled unlawful killing Jack Barnes suffered a cardiac arrest after being restrained by public transport workers.
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Covid levels 'burning quite hot' in some of UK Infection rates are declining overall, but some regions are seeing a rise in cases.
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Salmond: 'No doubt' Sturgeon broke ministerial code The former first minister makes the claim during his long-awaited appearance at a Holyrood inquiry.
Could Salmond bring down Sturgeon?
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Over-40s in Wales next in line for Covid vaccine Teachers and police officers lobbied to be prioritised but will get it in line with their age-group.
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Video 33 secondsMother drops children to escape apartment fire The four children were all caught by volunteers holding a blanket on the street in Istanbul.
Saudi prince 'approved Khashoggi killing' - US An official report says Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman approved the journalist's murder.
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'Self-obsessed' fiancée murderer sentenced to life Madog Rowlands strangled Lauren Griffiths and waited more than a day before calling 999.
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The Telegraph
25/02/2021 10:46:15 PM
EducationExams to be voluntary amid fears of summer of chaos Teachers will decide whether students sit traditional papers in test conditions
Exam plansWhat we know about 2021 A-levels and GCSEs
Face masksSchools told they cannot force pupils to wear coverings
CommentEconomic and social cost of delayed reopening can no longer be justified
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Diversity driveBBC sets target to recruit more working class employees
EU battleAndrew Bailey vows to fight Brussels' power grab against City
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CommentEngland's haranguing of the umpires was petulant, pointless and needs to be punished
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The challenge aheadTiger Woods completed one of sport's greatest comebacks - can he do it again? The worlds best players, a leading orthopaedic surgeon and his close friends on whether the golf star can make a career resurgence
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The useless and authoritarian SNP is turning Scotland into a failed state Even the latest shameful farce in Edinburgh is unlikely to stop the march of the Scottish Nationalists
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Daily Mail
25/02/2021 10:46:18 PM
UK's Covid cases drop by a fifth to 9,938, deaths fall by 40% to 442 and hospital admissions drop below 1,000 for the first time since October - amid calls to bring 'Independence Day' forward to MAY
New fear for Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe as her husband reveals there is no sign Iran will release the jailed mother when her sentence ends next month 
Gavin Williamson promises pupils will get 'granular detail' of exam substitute plans as he prepares to unveil new system tomorrow
Covid-19 can survive on clothing for up to THREE DAYS - with polyester garments sustaining the virus the longest, scientists warn 
EU is set to receive 90 MILLION fewer AstraZeneca jabs than expected in latest blow to their vaccine drive - as Ursula von der Leyen admits she would take the jab despite Europe's scaremongering
Dr JOHN LEE: Why should the whole country be held hostage by the one in five who refuse a vaccine?
Prince Philip spends his ninth day in hospital with infection as he is expected to remain under observation for 'several days'
Boy, 16, is fighting for his life after being stabbed in south London 
'Zoned out and bloated': Fans feared for Tiger Woods after he appeared worn out in a television interview two days before his crash as he played golf with celebrities Dwayne Wade and David Spade
New fear for Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe as her husband reveals there is no sign Iran will release the jailed mother when her sentence ends next month 
Gavin Williamson promises pupils will get 'granular detail' of exam substitute plans as he prepares to unveil new system tomorrow
Covid-19 can survive on clothing for up to THREE DAYS - with polyester garments sustaining the virus the longest, scientists warn 
Now France changes its tune on AstraZeneca jabs following Ursula von der Leyen's praise for the vaccine as it's revealed EU is set for 90-MILLION-dose shortfall
Dr JOHN LEE: Why should the whole country be held hostage by the one in five who refuse a vaccine?
Prince Philip spends his ninth day in hospital with infection as he is expected to remain under observation for 'several days'
Boy, 16, is fighting for his life after being stabbed in south London 
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Revealed: Horrific injuries Tiger Woods suffered in horror car crash forcing surgeons to piece his right leg back together using rods and screws - so will he ever play golf again?  
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How consulting giant McKinsey has become a magnet for criticism over France's bungled Covid response after receiving millions to help vaccine roll-out which still lags behind UK
We envy Britain! Germany's biggest newspaper Bild praises UK's incredible vaccine success and contrasts Boris Johnson's optimistic lockdown exit plans with Merkel's doom and gloom
Barack Obama tells Bruce Springsteen that he once broke a high school classmate's nose by punching him in the face after he called him a racial slur during locker room bust-up
We envy Britain! Germany's biggest newspaper Bild praises UK's incredible vaccine success and contrasts Boris Johnson's optimistic lockdown exit plans with Merkel's doom and gloom
Now France changes its tune on AstraZeneca jabs following Ursula von der Leyen's praise for the vaccine as it's revealed EU is set for 90-MILLION-dose shortfall
BBC's woke diversity drive: Corporation boss Tim Davie wants 95% of staff to complete 'unconscious bias' training, 80% to declare their social class and 50% of all gay employees to be 'out' 
German health minister who clashed with Angela Merkel over vaccine shambles is now 'fighting for his career' as chancellor 'takes revenge'
Husband who 'pushed pregnant wife to her death after posing for a selfie with her on cliff' returned for 'tribute' photo months later 
Lockdown has wiped out flu: NO cases of influenza have been detected in England this year because of tough social distancing measures, experts say
Britain's vaccine postcode lottery 'means healthy adults in their TWENTIES are getting jabs' - even though roll-out aimed at the most vulnerable has slowed to lowest level in a month
Tragedy as son, 41, dies of coronavirus three weeks after visiting 67-year-old Covid-stricken father's deathbed in same hospital
Never look under the bed! Father shares spooky baby monitor footage of toddler 'being pulled under her bed' while screaming 'mummy'
Revealed: Horrific injuries Tiger Woods suffered in horror car crash forcing surgeons to piece his right leg back together using rods and screws - so will he ever play golf again?  
Chilling CCTV shows moments before mother, 36, was deliberately mowed down and killed in 'revenge slaying' over £60 drug debt as five people are jailed for 78 years
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Dear Britain, we envy you so much! Germany's biggest newspaper Bild praises UK's incredible vaccine success and contrasts Boris Johnson's optimistic lockdown exit plans with Merkel's doom and gloom
Barack Obama tells Bruce Springsteen that he once broke a high school classmate's nose by punching him in the face after he called him a racial slur during locker room bust-up
'Next time I'm coming home by DINGHY!': 'Guest' forced to spend his birthday in quarantine hotel holds up angry signs in room window - as more passengers arrive for 10 days at 'HMP Heathrow' 
Britain WON'T have to 'learn to live with Covid' because current crop of vaccines could stamp disease out to measles-like levels, top SAGE expert says
Reading and Leeds Festival website crashes within MINUTES of organisers revealing music shows are back on - the first major event to announce it will go ahead after roadmap was unveiled
German health minister who clashed with Angela Merkel over vaccine shambles is now 'fighting for his career' as chancellor 'takes revenge'
Hard-left 'vaccine sceptic' Toyin Agbetu resigns from Sadiq Khan's statue commission after being accused of anti-semitism and making 'racist' comments about David Lammy and Diane Abbott 
Nicola Sturgeon lashes out at Boris's 'made up' June 21 lockdown end-date as she faces furious backlash over her vague plan for Scotland  
Just ONE PER CENT of the 15,000 people arriving in the UK everyday are going into hotel quarantine, reveals head of Border Force
Brits could get their Covid vaccine in a PILL in future as Oxford University reveals it's working on jab-free immunisation methods 
How life is getting back to normal for Israel's vaccinated citizens: Millions of fully inoculated residents can use 'green pass' app to let them visit gyms, bars, hotels and restaurants 
Adults with learning disabilities will be vaccinated BEFORE under-65s after Jo Whiley's campaign to get her sister a jab - as BBC Radio 2 host says her sibling is 'back at home and doing great'
Care home that REFUSED to ban visitors during lockdown has brought in hairdressers, entertainers and even taken residents out on rickshaw rides during the pandemic
Jonathan Van-Tam says he wants to get a Boston United FC TATTOO on his left shoulder after 'pressure' of pandemic is over - and insists he doesn't mind ministers calling him 'JVT' 
Starr students! Beatles fans can now study for a master's degree in the Fab Four at Liverpool University
Elon Musk says Dogecoin is 'literally' going to the moon in latest tweets touting the cryptocurrency after buying coins for his infant son and pushing the price up 890% this year
Gerard Depardieu 'was filmed performing a sex act on actress who claims he raped her': 'Victim' says she was 'in a state of denial' when she returned to his home 'and was assaulted again' 
Road to disaster: How Tiger Woods' 15-minute car journey from five-star resort to a golf club ended with his car smashing through a road sign and rolling several hundred feet up an embankment 
Tiger Woods' former mistress Rachel Uchitel - who was at the center of the 2009 scandal that cost him his marriage - says she's 'shaken up' by the golf star's crash
Carrie gives Boris a well-overdue chop! Piers Morgan reveals PM's fiancee has FINALLY given him a much-needed haircut 'after seeing GMB host begging on behalf of the nation' to fix his lockdown locks
Teenager, 17, hanged herself hours after telling friends she had been raped while they were at party, inquest hears 
Tragedy as son, 41, dies of coronavirus three weeks after visiting 67-year-old Covid-stricken father's deathbed in same hospital
Butcher is fined after he rigged his meat scales by sticking coins to it with Blu Tack so he could overcharge his customers
Greek island holidays as early as MAY? Athens considers plan to break from EU rules and reopen borders to sun-seeking Britons before summer
Britain's vaccine postcode lottery 'means healthy adults in their TWENTIES are getting jabs' - even though roll-out aimed at the most vulnerable has slowed to lowest level in a month
Tory MP says Harry and Meghan's £30million Spotify podcast deal 'sticks in the craw' of artists forced to drive Ubers to make ends meet, as firm defends link-up with ex-Royals
NHS will take YEARS to get back on top of record-long waiting lists for routine operations: Top experts warn delays to treatment caused by coronavirus are an 'absolutely massive problem'
Rishi Sunak 'is set to hike corporation tax and hand self-employed £2,500 a month in Covid grants' at Budget as furlough is extended
Holiday buying blitz: Airlines battle to lure Britons abroad with prices three times LOWER than 2019 - as costs of staycations surge by 500% just days after lockdown roadmap is revealed
Staycation rip-off! Prices for UK holidays this summer ROCKET by up to 100% after Boris announces lockdown routemap and warns foreign jaunts are unlikely for weeks
Enough to put a spring in your step! Britons head to beach fronts to enjoy 59F February warmth after waking to stunning red Saharan dust sunrise
Welsh police commissioner wants to give free cannabis to prisoners in bid to cut crime behind bars 
Could Covid app be a digital travel pass? New hope for summer trips abroad as feature on your phone could allow holidaymakers to prove they have tested negative or been vaccinated 
How to tell if your child's rash could be MIS-C: Scientists reveal the types of skin breakouts parents should look out for in rare coronavirus-related inflammatory disease
British Army could lose one third of its main battle tank force to pay for £1.2bn upgrade for the rest of the fleet 
What's YOUR pandemic drinking personality? From 'The Zoom Socialite' to 'The Metronome' who drinks like clockwork, experts reveal the 10 most common habits - and how to moderate your intake
NHS in London will trial DIY cervical smear tests to detect cancer-causing HPV in women who are more than 15 months overdue for screening
Aerospace company worker was sacked for calling white colleague with a black wife and mixed race children a 'w*gger', tribunal hears 
American who lived in the UK for years says the two countries are like 'night and day' - as he praises British transit, healthcare, and police 'who seem like servants, not lunatic power trippers'
Women now hold one third of board positions at UK's largest 350 companies after 50% surge in past five years
Why I now believe Met officers may have perverted the course of justice in 'VIP paedophile ring' case, writes former Chief Magistrate for England and Wales HOWARD RIDDLE 
'A smart motorway almost killed me': Motorist who broke down on stretch of M6 without a hard shoulder last week describes the moment a lorry smashed his van to bits
Walking to her doom: Final moments of pregnant wife 'who was pushed to her death by her husband after posing for selfies on cliff-edge' 
SARAH VINE: Grayson Perry is not being a snob or a bigot when he discusses our spending habits... new kitchen island or tattoos, it's sheer class either way
It's never been easier to make yourself an Isa millionaire: Bigger allowances mean you need returns of 7% to reach the money milestone in two decades
'You've buckled because Facebook bullied you': Australian senator slams government for weakening new law to regulate big tech after Mark Zuckerberg turned off news for 25million
Knifed to death 'for the sake of it': Pensioner's random attacker walked 20 miles and had a strong desire to kill, court hears
Rishi Sunak 'will extend stamp duty holiday until the end of JUNE in next week's Budget to further boost housing market' 
Gamblers lose £614m in a MONTH as campaigners warn the industry is 'cashing in' on Covid pandemic 
Ministers WON'T reveal how many Covid cases the Government's controversial hotel quarantine scheme has picked up since coming into force
Teenager missed out on £178m EuroMillions jackpot when ALL seven of her ticket's numbers were out by ONE digit 
Racing driver Billy Monger, 21, who lost both legs in a crash is forced to halt his 140-mile triathlon to raise cash for Comic Relief on just Day 2 due to bad weather
Dilyn stays! He's unruly and not house-trained... but we love him: Boris Johnson sticks by pet dog amid rumours he is losing patience with the feisty Jack Russell 
Number of foreign nationals who overstay their visas after arriving in Britain DOUBLES in just five years, new report claims 
Unaccompanied boy, 10, is told he must quarantine after flying ALONE into UK from Finland to see his father - as his British relative is forced to leave home to join him in £2,400 hotel
Owners of Dorset beauty spot urge government to teach 'culturally diverse' tourists how to behave by after huge crowds left trail of 'mass littering, flycamping, graffiti, and fires'
Rape victims could be given their own lawyers to stop police prying into their sexual history under new plan 
David Cameron and Tony Blair want new law to ban 'glorifying terrorism' in bid to target Islamist extremists and far-Right groups 
Judge's 'VIP paedophile ring' case sensation: Former chief magistrate who issued Brittan and Bramall search warrants now says Met officers must face criminal probe
Leather jug made from the hide of Oliver Cromwell's war horse is expected to fetch £6,000 as it emerges for sale 368 years later  
Too common for the Commons! Scruffy MP Jonathan Gullis is SNUBBED as he tries to address the chamber via Zoom without donning a suit and tie 
Britain records just 8,489 Covid cases in lowest daily rise since October 2 with infections falling 20% in a week - while deaths continue to tumble with another 548 victims 
Piers Morgan slams 'patronising' Matt Hancock's 'woeful' handling of Covid crisis on GMB after Health Secretary demanded THANKS for his team's handling of the pandemic 
Matt Hancock claims cases of Covid variants are 'falling sharply' because of UK border measures - just hours before PHE says it has spotted another 23 infections with South African strain


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