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Month: September 2020

Image copyright National Police Chiefs” Council Image caption Police said all 43 regional forces in England and Wales were involved in the raids More than 1,000 people have been arrested and an estimated £1.2m worth of drugs seized in a police crackdown on so-called “county lines” gangs. Young and vulnerable people are used as couriers […]

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A man who has thought a lot about the maths behind stirring cups of tea has won one of the world’s most lucrative academic prizes. Professor Sir Martin Hairer from Imperial College in London won the 2021 Breakthrough Prize for Mathematics by applying complex maths to simple situations – like stirring a cup of tea. […]

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By Clive ColemanBBC News Legal Correspondent Related Topics Coronavirus pandemic image copyrightGetty Images image captionTrials for 43,000 defendants are being listed for next year and some for 2022 A judge has claimed he was put under “improper and undue influence” to keep a defendant in custody. Judge Keith Raynor refused to extend the time a […]

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Image copyright HS2 Image caption Special tunnelling machines will be needed for sections of the line Construction work on HS2 officially begins on Friday, with companies behind the controversial high-speed rail project expecting to create 22,000 jobs in the next few years. Prime Minister Boris Johnson said HS2 would “fire up economic growth and help […]

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