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Nightclub 'facing extinction' after lockdown delay
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Nightclub "'facing extinction' after lockdown easing delay
Luca Maggiora, the owner of London’s Cuckoo Club says the pandemic forced him into £700k of debt.
8:45 14 Jun
'We are fully booked for three months from 21 June'
Grain & Glass
Amy Seton, manager of whisky club Grain & Glass, said it was the lack of communication and the moving of the goalposts which had been frustrating.
"We take the [Covid] regulations very seriously," she said.
"But this [the likely delay] feels like one more thing on top of everything else."
She said she and her team, based in Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter, had been sceptical about the 21 June to begin with, but then, as various restrictions were lifted, they threw themselves into organising a full opening for the 21st.
They are fully booked from that date throughout the summer.
"The big thing for us is that we are part of the wedding supply business. We do events and large bookings and particularly stag parties. We have had loads of bookings as everyone thought the restrictions would be lifted."
If delays are announced, she said she and her team would contact everyone who has booked to see if they want to cancel or rebook.
"All the work we have put in so far, and now we have to sit down and work it out again," she said.
11:26 9 Jun
Four small words make a difference in the pandemic
By Louise Cullen
BBC News NI
A community pharmacist says asking people how they are feeling helps "open the door".
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11:24 9 Jun
Small question making big mental health difference
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Covid-19: Small question making big difference to mental health
Four small words have been making a difference for some people in Belcoo, County Fermanagh.
4:19 8 Jun
Dorset resident's ancestor performed world's first vaccination 250 years ago
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Bill Jesty, 93, from Dorchester, is a family descendant of Benjamin Jesty.
93-year-old Bill Jesty, who lives near Dorchester, is a family descendant of vaccination pioneer Benjamin Jesty.
6:07 7 Jun
Man grateful for final hospital farewell with wife
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8:16 4 Jun
Legal threat prompts revised post-natal visits ban
By Lola Mayor
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8:01 28 May
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India’s holiest river Ganges is swollen with bodies that many fear are of Covid victims.
22:37 27 May
Pandemic-hit travel agent 'had nothing to live off'
By Stephanie Miskin
BBC News, West Midlands
Jason Young, who got a second job when the industry was decimated by Covid-19, urges MPs to help.
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22:22 26 May
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Charity South London Cares hosts first post-lockdown event for lonely Londoners.
22:05 26 May
'Cruel' one-parent rule for boy's cancer treatment
By Colette Hume
BBC Wales News
Only one of 19-month-old Carson's parents can go with him to appointments due to Covid rules.
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4:53 26 May
Covid delays man's life-saving operation
A cystic fibrosis patient is waiting for an intensive care bed to become free for a lung transplant.
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16:01 24 May
How deaf people feel 'lost' without clear masks
Covid: Deaf campaigner calls for more research into clear masks
A campaigner is calling for more research into clear masks to stop people feeling isolated.
13:10 24 May
'People turn to creative arts to cope in lockdown'
By Gavin Fischer
BBC News
Three people talk about how arts and crafts have helped them during lockdown.
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5:41 24 May
Coronavirus: Your tributes to those who have died
A collection of your tributes to some of the thousands of people in the UK who have died with coronavirus.
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4:20 23 May
Museum reopens after £2.5m refurbishment
Trowbridge Museum in Wiltshire opens for the first time in three years after Covid delays.
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3:37 22 May
'Losing a baby is something you learn to carry'
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23:34 20 May
What can Cornwall learn from Wally’s Welsh trip?
By Ollie Pritchard-Jones
BBC News
Volunteers from the Welsh Marine Life Rescue said a minority of tourists "get that bit too close".
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22:43 19 May
'Strange and lovely' wedding for cancer-battle dad
Owen Murray and Laura Dear tied the knot in front of 30 guests at a ceremony.
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23:50 18 May
As-it-happened: Second jabs so important - Hancock
The health secretary urges everyone to get vaccinated on 19 May, as UK cases of the Indian variant reach almost 3,000.
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