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- England aim to put smiles on faces of nation by winning Six Nations - George October 30, 2020England "hope to bring smiles to a lot of people" by winning the Six Nations on Saturday, says hooker Jamie George.
- Covid: Belgium announces return to national lockdown October 30, 2020Non-essential shops will close until mid-December to help curb the highest infection rate in Europe.
- Guardiola leads calls to allow five subs in Premier League again October 30, 2020Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola says the Premier League should allow five substitutes per match again because of a rise in muscle injuries this season.
- Covid spreading faster in England than 'worst-case scenario', documents show October 30, 2020Infection levels in England are about four times higher than the government's worst-case winter plan.
- Nobby Stiles: World Cup winner and former Man Utd midfielder dies aged 78 October 30, 2020Nobby Stiles, a key member of England's 1966 World Cup-winning team, dies aged 78 after a long illness.
- Earthquake hits Greece and Turkey, bringing deaths and floods October 30, 2020Fourteen die in Turkey's Izmir city and on Greece's Samos island, with a mini-tsunami triggered.
- Nobby Stiles the unlikely hero - World Cup winner dies aged 78 October 30, 2020BBC Sport looks back at the life of World Cup-winning England midfielder Nobby Stiles who has died, aged 78, after a long illness.
- Roglic punches clear to win stage and retake Vuelta a Espana lead October 30, 2020Primoz Roglic retakes the overall lead in the Vuelta a Espana from Richard Carapaz with victory on stage 10.
- Stockport holiday club supports families struggling during half term October 30, 2020The R Time project in Stockport has been handing out lunches to all its children.
- Ariana Grande's Positions: Album 'solid but doesn't sparkle' say critics October 30, 2020Positions gets a lukewarm reception from critics, who say it does not break any new ground.
- Covid-19: Virus spreading faster than 'worst-case scenario', and Paris streets empty October 30, 2020Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Friday evening.
- Corbyn anti-Semitism row: Len McCluskey urges angry members to stay in Labour October 30, 2020Union leader Len McCluskey says Jeremy Corbyn's suspension was "unjust" but he hopes it can be resolved.
Latest News Headlines
- 'We're scapegoated and restricted': Nottingham students say new rules target them unfairly October 30, 2020Nottingham was placed into the strictest lockdown rules today – and its measures go beyond any other area in Tier 3.
- UK restricts flu vaccine exports to protect supplies October 30, 2020Exports of flu vaccine from the UK will be restricted to protect supplies, the government has announced.
- Fox and hound rescued after being stuck in rabbit hole for 12 hours October 30, 2020A fox and dog have been rescued from a rabbit hole after being trapped there for 12 hours.
- Johnson and Symonds to praise NHS staff in first joint TV appearance October 30, 2020Boris Johnson and his fiancee, Carrie Symonds, will praise NHS staff for their "courage and dedication" during the coronavirus pandemic in a message which will be broadcast on Sunday.
- Bruce Springsteen makes UK chart history as new album hits No 1 October 30, 2020Bruce Springsteen has made UK chart history, becoming the first solo artist to have a number one album in five consecutive decades.
- Girl, 14, charged with murder after man stabbed October 30, 2020A 14-year-old girl has been charged with the murder of a man in West Sussex.
- England has breached 'reasonable worst-case scenario' for cases and hospital admissions October 30, 2020England has breached its "reasonable worst-case" scenario for COVID-19 infections and hospital admissions, the government's scientific advisers have said.
- Nobby Stiles: 'Heart and soul' of England's World Cup-winning team dies October 30, 2020Nobby Stiles, a member of England's 1966 World Cup-winning team, has died aged 78.
- Another 24,405 COVID-19 cases and 274 deaths recorded in last 24 hours October 30, 2020A further 24,405 people have tested positive for COVID-19 in the UK and another 274 have died, according to the latest government data.
- More than 560,000 people had coronavirus in England last week - ONS October 30, 2020More than 560,000 people had coronavirus in England last week with the number of infections rising steeply among secondary school children, figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) suggest.
- Covid-19 now spreading faster than worst case scenario, Sage warns October 30, 2020Covid-19 is now spreading “significantly” faster across England than the government’s worst-case scenario, top scientists have warned. Newly published documents The post Covid-19 now spreading faster than worst case scenario, Sage warns appeared first on CityAM.
- Nightclub owner Deltic puts itself up for sale as cash dries up October 30, 2020The UK’s largest nightclub owner Deltic Group has put itself up for sale after months of closure due to the The post Nightclub owner Deltic puts itself up for sale as cash dries up appeared first on CityAM.
- Waterloo and City Line closure set to continue indefinitely October 30, 2020No date has yet been set for the Waterloo and City tube line to be reopened, London Mayor Sadiq Khan The post Waterloo and City Line closure set to continue indefinitely appeared first on CityAM.
- EU: Banks must comply with sustainability rules despite lack of guidance October 30, 2020The EU has told banks and insurers they must comply with the bloc’s new laws on sustainability-related disclosures from March, The post EU: Banks must comply with sustainability rules despite lack of guidance appeared first on CityAM.
- UK house price growth rises to highest rate in five years October 30, 2020UK house price growth jumped to the highest rate in five years this month, as the market continued to experience The post UK house price growth rises to highest rate in five years appeared first on CityAM.
- Marriott International fined £18.4m over customer data breach October 30, 2020Marriott International has been handed an £18.4m fine by the UK data watchdog over a data breach that compromised the The post Marriott International fined £18.4m over customer data breach appeared first on CityAM.
- Box-fresh? Sandboxes go global October 30, 2020What image does the word ‘sandbox’ conjure up for you? For most people, the answer is likely to be kindergartens, The post Box-fresh? Sandboxes go global appeared first on CityAM.
- Brexit talks: Germany ‘concerned’ over lack of progress given reliance on City October 30, 2020A senior German government official said he was “deeply concerned” by the lack of progress in post-Brexit trade talks between The post Brexit talks: Germany ‘concerned’ over lack of progress given reliance on City appeared first on CityAM.
- Eurozone posts record growth but rebound under threat October 30, 2020The Eurozone economy handily beat expectations in the third quarter of the year with record growth, although surging coronavirus cases The post Eurozone posts record growth but rebound under threat appeared first on CityAM.
- Watchdog slams Grant Thornton over ‘unacceptable’ public sector audits October 30, 2020The accounting watchdog has criticised Grant Thornton over its ‘unacceptable” record on public sector audits, after five out of six The post Watchdog slams Grant Thornton over ‘unacceptable’ public sector audits appeared first on CityAM.
- Business Education: Asia-Pacific Business Schools October 28, 2020What business course students want is changing and schools are hastening to adapt. Plus: data points for choosing a programme; lessons from Wirecard; and put your questions to an FT panel
- How to choose a business course in Asia-Pacific October 28, 2020Only you can decide — but this overview of the business education landscape will help
- South Korean business schools gain popularity with overseas students October 28, 2020MBA programmes have become more global and tout close ties with chaebol
- Australian business schools: will overseas students return? October 28, 2020Shorter, more flexible courses emerge to woo back international applicants
- Coronavirus boosts Chinese schools’ domestic appeal October 28, 2020Travel curbs — and better career prospects — are putting more homegrown students on China’s campuses
- Asian business students set their sights closer to home October 28, 2020Schools are racing to adapt as the coronavirus pandemic accelerates shifts in demand
- Pandemic hits demand for Hong Kong business courses October 28, 2020Territory attempts to maintain status as an education hub amid travel curbs and political turmoil
- Asia-Pacific business schools 2020: key data for prospective students October 28, 2020Compare MBA, executive MBA and Masters in Management courses with this FT directory
- Q&A: Should I study business in Asia? October 28, 2020Leading faculty and FT journalists to answer reader questions on FT.com
- An Americano, my barber and Wirecard October 28, 2020Three lessons about finance from the scandal at the payments company
- Business School Briefing: top 100 EMBAs and a test for job candidates October 26, 2020Do you have a test, or a question, that will show if a potential employee is good at a certain skill?
- Kellogg-HKUST partnership tops 2020 FT Executive MBA ranking October 26, 2020Chinese and emerging market business schools strengthen as applications rise in the pandemic
- How an executive MBA was the catalyst for a pharma start-up October 25, 2020A Dublin EMBA gave Sharon Cunningham the confidence to co-found a cancer treatment company
- A new theatre is opening in the West End! October 30, 2020Bye-bye Trafalgar Studios; hello Trafalgar Theatre
- A new Kerb street food market is coming to London October 30, 2020Fabulous food AND colourful street art
- Charitable doughnuts, a Herne Hill food bank and tackling PPE litter: great London causes to get behind October 30, 2020Four London organisations doing good in the city
- Overheard in London: this week’s #wordonthestreet October 30, 2020The most ridiculous things we’ve overheard in London this week
- Mo Gilligan: ‘I didn’t have a conventional route into comedy’ October 30, 2020London comedian Mo Gilligan on how a gig at Dulwich Hamlet and a job at Levi’s Covent Garden paved the way for his career