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The emergency services in the UK are under unprecedented pressure to keep the country safe and moving amid the coronavirus pandemic. Over the past few…View More Coronavius: How the public are thanking emergency workers during the pandemic
A Giant conundrum: Scientists try for the first time to work out the age of naked Cerne Abbas chalk man carved into the side of…View More Scientists try to find the age of Cerne Abbas chalk giant in Dorset
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THE world may be distracted by this pandemic but the dangers we faced before the onslaught of coronavirus have not disappeared. But we need to…View More The world is shaken by coronavirus but the dangers we faced before have not disappeared – The Sun
Many schools are shutting their gates until further notice as the government ramps up measures to stop the spread of coronavirus. The Department for Education…View More Coronavirus: The ‘essential’ key workers who can still send children to school