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Twice-yearly jabs for high blood pressure could replace need to take daily pills

High blood pressure could be treated by a single injection twice a year, ending the need for daily pills for…

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Minister mocked for comparing Boris Johnson’s Partygate fine to a speeding ticket: UK politics live | Politics

Good morning. It used to be said that Boris Johnson was a politician who always refused to apologise for anything.…

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Devices to stop drivers speeding could be mandatory in all new cars

Manufacturers can choose from a range of responses, from an alarm system similar to seatbelt alerts to mechanisms that reduce…

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Entertainment

Duke and Duchess of Sussex visit the Queen on first trip to UK in two years

The Sussexes were spotted in Windsor by a coachload of tourists who were there for the Maundy Thursday service. One…

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Business

UK approves Moderna Covid vaccine for children aged six to 11

It is the first jab to be a “whole inactivated virus”, which is a traditional approach that has been used…

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World

Russia-Ukraine war latest: Russian troop withdrawal ‘noticeable’, says Zelenskiy; US gives Kyiv $300m more in – live | World news

Agence France Presse has filed a dispatch from Irpin after a Russian retreat returned it to Ukrainian control. The city…

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UK politics: Public must be told if Carrie Johnson fined for breaking lockdown rules, says Starmer – live | Politics

2.34pm BST 14:34 Q: Does the tank have a future? Williams and Radakin both give the same one-word answer: “Yes.”…

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Health

Tragedy as ‘loving’ dad dies six days after complaining of pins and needles

A man died six days after he was diagnosed with a fatal disease which started off as pins and needles…

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Business

NatWest bank returns to majority private control, oil prices fall on Shanghai lockdown – business live | Business

Good morning, and welcome to our rolling coverage of the world economy, the financial markets, the eurozone and business. NatWest…

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Health

Rise of the ‘super cold’: why everyone is ill and not necessarily with Covid-19

If you have noticed a rise in people getting the lurgy, your suspicions are correct. The majority of us will…

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