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Cycle lanes installed are being ripped out again after paralysing cities and fuelling local uprising
Every day, more than 80,000 cars and lorries pass along the busy Marylebone Road, a major arterial trunk road that has run into and out of the Home Counties since the 18th century.
The Trust sparked a woke row earlier this year after tweeting details about artefacts and buildings' links to slavery - as dozens vowed to cancel their membership because of 'virtue signalling'.
TONY RENNELL: Her name was Catherina Koopman, always known as Toto, a coquette of a name that fitted her racy, daredevil personality.
Seven million people are under Tier 3 restrictions, including 1.6million people in Liverpool, 2.8million in Manchester, 1.5million in Lancashire and 1.4million in South Yorkshire.
As US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo met with the foreign ministers of Azerbaijan and Armenia, heavy fighting raged on in the Caucasus enclave in a conflict believed to have killed thousands already.
An inquiry found Peter Farquhar, 69, was vulnerable to exploitation by his 29-year-old killer Benjamin Field because he could not discuss his sexuality with the conservative parish.
Alex Cook, who runs The Mill in Stokesley, North Yorkshire, penned a withering Facebook post denouncing the Chancellor and three of his Tory colleagues for voting down the scheme.
Stella Moore, 67, who has lived as a woman for three years, joined her local bowls club nine months ago and found it 'brought me happiness at a time when I was depressed'.
The new law means top civil servants, council chiefs and even BBC executives should not be handed more than £95,000 when they are made redundant.
Kent County Council alone has paid out over £300,000 on 25 cases in the past four years. Of 75 migrants given age checks in 2018 and 2019, 31 were judged to be adults, a Mail investigation reveals.
The first time I met Del Boy was 40 years ago. Syd Lotterby, the producer of Open All Hours, in which I was co-starring with Ronnie Barker, pressed a large-ish manila envelope on me.
Hundreds of activists, many wearing face coverings, took to the city's streets this evening to oppose a lockdown being imposed to tame the virus as new infections hit a record high.
PLATELL'S PEOPLE: Refusing to be shielded and hide away at home, Maureen Eames told anyone who would listen that she 'didn't give a sod' about the new restrictions imposed on her.
EDEN CONFIDENTIAL: Eccentric aristocrat Sir Benjamin Slade, who once placed an advertisement for a wife who could provide him with two sons, may have found the answer to his prayers.
Those who test negative could be allowed to head back to the football stadium, pub or theatre, a government source said last night. He said the system could be 'in good shape by Christmas.'
Professor Stephen Powis, national medical director for NHS England, said last night that he was 'determined' that routine services keep running despite the second wave.
DR MICHAEL MOSLEY: Any new vaccine is tested for safety in animals and smaller human trials, before moving on to larger scale randomised trials involving tens of thousands of volunteers.
At least 363 cameras originally installed to monitor traffic flow across Britain have been switched - without public consultation - to snoop on pedestrians.
The Terminator actor shared on social media that he had his aortic valve replaced recently in Cleveland to go with his new pulmonary valve that he had inserted in April 2018.
President Donald Trump went on the attack against Joe Biden at his first campaign rally after their presidential debate, calling his rival a 'liar' and 'corrupt politician.'