Family of railway worker who died of Covid have complained to the police watchdog about investigation that failed to lead to arrest.
Amid reports that foreign holiday destinations "will be graded using a traffic light system" based on how well they are coping with the pandemic.
The UK-wide figure is estimated to be between 0.6 and 0.8.
Trinity College denies Gregory Serapio-García faced discrimination – but he says it is a regular occurrence for minority ethnic students.
The article by an award-winning property management firm was condemned as "contemptible" and "stigmatising".
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The latest figures were published on Saturday.
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Jeanne Pouchain’s status as deceased is the result of a court decision that deemed her dead even though no death certificate was produced.
Covid has taken a heavy toll on young people and made many homeless. For some, the kindness of strangers has been a saviour.