Latest Press Wednesday 2nd September 2020
- Europe’s migrant crisis: Is Greece gateway Europe?
- Twenty-one ‘wholly preventable’ incidents reported hospitals
- Record-seeking Williams wins sets US Open
- Real Madrid’s Rodriguez joining Everton
- Live dating: Finding an
- Rolls-Royce launches £250,000 rebounds
- Badger cull: Jane Goodall, scientists ex-government advisers Boris Johnson halt
- The Canadians
- Taiwan’s redesigned passport shrinks words ‘Republic China’
- Black Lives Matter: ‘I slaver away’
- ‘Assess life’ coronavirus patients reintroducing lockdowns, urges Tony Abbott
- Covid deals saving critically endangered Northern White rhino
- Donny de Beek: Man Utd Ajax midfielder £35m
- Why drive-in cinema is
- GB’s Yates takes Tour Alaphilippe is penalised
- Belarus students
- Paris St-Germain: Three players coronavirus
- Coronavirus: Tango competitors
- Detained Iranian protesters recount ‘torture’
- The nudists spreading coronavirus French
- Around parents children hands coughing, claims
- ‘They wanted – I’m poet’
- Harry Meghan shows Netflix
- George Floyd death: What’s changed, 100 days later?
- Coronavirus drastically women, UN finds
- Charlie Hebdo: 14 suspects Paris massacre
- Nancy Pelosi seen San Francisco salon
- Black holes: Cosmic rattles Earth 7 years
- Iran deal: Why US ‘snapback’ sanctions Iran
- International Criminal Court officials sanctioned US
- Ugandan gorillas Bwindi ‘baby boom’
- Use creatine powders linked alcoholism life, claims
- Coronavirus: Steroids critically Covid-19 patients, shows
- The Nigerian drummer US rights
- Donny de Beek: Where Manchester United signing?
- BTS fans ‘stay strong’
- Meet Senegal’s surfer
- Spanish dictator Franco’s told
- Huw Edwards: My grandfather, Prisoner War
- Cheng Lei: Why has an Australian TV anchor been detained China?
- ‘No forced’: How workers returning
- Climate crisis: Ice sheets melting ‘worst-case scenario’
- Tim Davie: New BBC says needs ‘urgency’
- DC says US is descending officials riots ‘domestic terrorism’
- Young Israelis Emiratis
- Coronavirus South Africa: Misuse Covid-19 funds ‘frightening’
- India bans PUBG, Baidu 100 apps linked China
- Coronavirus – live: Government reapplies lockdown 24 hours latest U-turn England Greece Wales Scotland quarantines
- Alexei Navalny: Russia poisoned Novichok – Germany
- Patients cash-strapped councils outsource services pandemic, NHS bosses
- Apple FTSE 100
Europe’s migrant crisis: Is Greece gateway Europe?
Migrant numbers are rising again, but Greece does not want to end up being seen as a gateway to Europe.
Twenty-one ‘wholly preventable’ incidents reported hospitals
<p><strong>Exclusive:</strong> 287 away of 595 private hospitals and NHS private patient units, accounting for 86 per cent of privately-funded care, provided information on ‘Never Events’ final year</p>
Record-seeking Williams wins sets US Open
Serena Williams begins her pursuit of a record-equalling 24th Grand Slam singles title with a dominant win over fellow American Kristie Ahn.
Real Madrid’s Rodriguez joining Everton
Everton are hopeful of completing a deal worth more than £20m for Real Madrid attacking midfielder James Rodriguez simply simply by the end of the week.
Live dating: Finding an
A new breed of app is allowing people to go on reside video dates, while others watch on.
Rolls-Royce launches £250,000 rebounds
The luxury carmaker predicts much much better times ahead as it launches the brand new Rolls-Royce Ghost.
Badger cull: Jane Goodall, scientists ex-government advisers Boris Johnson halt
<p><strong>Exclusive:</strong> Virginia McKenna and Caroline Lucas join top vets in warning PM over how he will be remembered if he fails to step in</p>
Since March, Canada has rushed to contain the virus. But a few life-saving measures are killing Canadians.
Taiwan’s redesigned passport shrinks words ‘Republic China’
The freshly unveiled document instead has the word “Taiwan” bigger on the cover.
Black Lives Matter: ‘I slaver away’
When the statue of Edward Colston was pulled down in Bristol during the UK’s Black Lives Matter protests, it had special resonance for one man thousands of miles away.
‘Assess life’ coronavirus patients reintroducing lockdowns, urges Tony Abbott
<p>Former Australian PM, tipped for trade envoy role, says governments need to believe ‘like health economists trained to pose uncomfortable questions about a level of death we may have to live with’</p>
Covid deals saving critically endangered Northern White rhino
<p>We are operating with conservation charity Space for Giants to protect wildlife at risk from poachers because of to the conservation funding crisis caused by Covid-19. Help is desperately needed to support wildlife rangers, local communities and law enforcement personnel to prevent wildlife crime. Donate to help Stop the Illegal Wildlife Trade <a href="https://www.gofundme.com/f/a44bf7-esi039s-campaign-for-space-for-giants/donate" rel="nofollow">here</a>.</p>
Donny de Beek: Man Utd Ajax midfielder £35m
Manchester United sign Netherlands midfielder Donny van de Beek from Ajax on five-year contract for a fee of £35m, plus £5m in add-ons.
Why drive-in cinema is
Drive-ins are booming, of course. But this particular one is furthermore responding to the other huge story of the year.
GB’s Yates takes Tour Alaphilippe is penalised
Adam Yates moves into the lead of the Tour de France after Julian Alaphilippe is given a 20-second penalty on stage five.
University students in Minsk were protesting against Belarus’s long-time leader, Alexander Lukashenko.
Paris St-Germain: Three players coronavirus
Three Paris St-Germain players have tested positive for coronavirus, the Ligue 1 club says.
Coronavirus: Tango competitors
The Buenos Aires World Tango Championship took place online because of the pandemic.
Detained Iranian protesters recount ‘torture’
Security forces committed a “catalogue of shocking violations” final 12 months, Amnesty International says.
The nudists spreading coronavirus French
An outbreak of Covid-19 has hit 30% of those tested in the popular naturist village of Cap d’Agde.
Around parents children hands coughing, claims
<p>Sixteen per cent of respondents do not believe they set a great example</p>
‘They wanted – I’m poet’
Kuli Kohli has always used writing as a means of escape from the prejudice she has experienced as an Asian woman with cerebral palsy.
Harry Meghan shows Netflix
The royal couple say their own own focus will be on “creating content that informs but also gives hope”.
George Floyd death: What’s changed, 100 days later?
A protest movement reborn, colonial symbols destroyed and policing scrutinised.
Coronavirus drastically women, UN finds
<p>‘They earn less, save less and hold a lot less secure jobs – in reality, general, women’s employment is 19 per cent more at risk than men’s,’ says UN Women executive director </p>
Charlie Hebdo: 14 suspects Paris massacre
They are accused of helping Islamist militants stage the 2015 Charlie Hebdo attack that killed 12.
Nancy Pelosi seen San Francisco salon
The US House speaker, who has called Mr Trump a coward for not wearing a mask, claimed ignorance of rules.
Black holes: Cosmic rattles Earth 7 years
Gravitational waves arrive from a black hole collision that occurred half-way across the Universe.
Iran deal: Why US ‘snapback’ sanctions Iran
The US is within a legal muddle over it’s efforts to re-impose sanctions on Iran, says Prof Marc Weller.
International Criminal Court officials sanctioned US
The key prosecutor at the Hague-based ICC, Fatou Bensouda, is among those sanctioned.
Ugandan gorillas Bwindi ‘baby boom’
Five kid gorillas are born in six weeks in Uganda’s Bwindi Impenetrable National Park.
Use creatine powders linked alcoholism life, claims
<p>‘The results from our study are concerning given the common use of legal performance-enhancing substances among youthful people, particularly boys and men,’ researcher says</p>
Coronavirus: Steroids critically Covid-19 patients, shows
<p>WHO recommends use of corticosteroids, such as dexamethasone, as standard treatment for patients with ‘severe and critical’ Covid-19</p>
The Nigerian drummer US rights
Babatunde Olatunji was part of a generation of Africans who fought for racial justice in the US.
Donny de Beek: Where Manchester United signing?
Have Manchester United landed a £35m bargain? Or will Donny van de Beek unsettle their own midfield?
BTS fans ‘stay strong’
Speaking to the BBC, the K-pop group reflect on their own US pop success and support from their own fans.
Meet Senegal’s surfer
Khadjou Sambe, 25, defied social expectations to ride the Atlantic waves.
Spanish dictator Franco’s told
A judge rules that a mansion used simply by Gen Franco belongs to the state and it is sale was fraudulent.
Huw Edwards: My grandfather, Prisoner War
The BBC newsreader and presenter visits the remains of the German POW camping where his grandfather was held.
Cheng Lei: Why has an Australian TV anchor been detained China?
The disappearance of high-profile presenter Cheng Lei has shocked her family and strained relations.
‘No forced’: How workers returning
<p>‘People aren’t being made to go back because operating from home isn’t effective, but the government is pushing so people have to pay £5 for their Pret A Manger lunch’</p>
Climate crisis: Ice sheets melting ‘worst-case scenario’
<p>Millions worldwide at growing risk of flooding, researchers warn</p>
Tim Davie: New BBC says needs ‘urgency’
<p>’We will need to keep reforming the BBC with urgency so that we are trusted, relevant and indispensable in this digital age’, Mr Davie says</p>
DC says US is descending officials riots ‘domestic terrorism’
<p>’Folks who want to suggest or paint the picture that this particular particular was somehow peaceful and police indiscriminately used munitions against all of them, they’re not being honest'</p>
Young Israelis Emiratis
Some younger people from both countries are finding away presently correct now there more about every other on video calls.
Coronavirus South Africa: Misuse Covid-19 funds ‘frightening’
South African authorities paid five times the recommended price for PPE, the auditor general finds.
India bans PUBG, Baidu 100 apps linked China
The list of forbidden products includes the popular video game PUBG and research giant Baidu’s app.
Coronavirus – live: Government reapplies lockdown 24 hours latest U-turn England Greece Wales Scotland quarantines
<p>Follow the latest stats and updates from the pandemic</p>
Alexei Navalny: Russia poisoned Novichok – Germany
Germany says Alexei Navalny was attacked with a type of nerve agent used against an ex-spy in the UK.
Patients cash-strapped councils outsource services pandemic, NHS bosses
<p><strong>Exclusive:</strong> Community health services up for tender as Labour attacks ‘disruptive and wasteful’ process</p>
Apple FTSE 100
The world’s largest company has seen it is value leap as demand for tech goods surged during lockdown.