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Archeologists unearth remains in England believed to be of Anglo-Saxon warlord
The final resting place of what appears to be an Anglo-Saxon warrior has been unearthed in a field in Berkshire, England, in a discovery archeologists said sheds fresh light on the rise and fall of local tribes.
Mother cuddles critically endangered chimpanzee chimpanzee at Chester Zoo
Heart-warming footage shows a critically endangered chimpanzee cuddling her newborn after she gave birth at Chester Zoo in England.
Plastic carrier bag charge to double from 5p to 10p in England
The plastic bag charge will be doubled to 10p and extended to all shops across England from April 2021.
COVID job losses could widen England's north-south divide – study
England’s north-south divide could be made worse by coronavirus’s impact on the economy, with the most vulnerable sectors such as retail and manufacturing dominating the jobs market in certain regions.
Emu captured in England after six days evading police and RSPCA
Ethel the emu, who spent nearly six days on the run in Doncaster, the UK, is believed to be back home.
North Sea sunken WWI U-boat surveyed in England for first time
A World War I (WWI) German submarine sunk by a Royal Navy patrol off the Yorkshire coast, England, has been surveyed for the first time.
Some of England's most deprived towns left out of £3.6b funding scheme: Report
Almost 900,000 public sector workers in the UK are to get an above-inflation pay rise, including doctors and teachers.
Spectators could return to sporting events in England in October
Spectators could return to sporting events across England on October 1, the UK government announced.
Archeologists working from home make new discoveries in England
Dozens of previously-unrecorded Roman, prehistoric and medieval sites have been discovered in England by archaeology volunteers based at home during the coronavirus lockdown.
COVID-19 pandemic 'stopping vital cancer care' in England
Cancer treatment has become a postcode lottery with many patients not receiving vital care as a result of the coronavirus outbreak, doctors have warned.
Headteachers say they are being forced to reduce staff numbers and make cuts to essential provision
A group of headteachers, school governors, councils and unions are to lobby the chancellor for a further £5.5bn a year to help schools in England, many of which are ‘woefully underfunded’ to avoid financial difficulties and cuts.
Plastic pollution research in England is a 'wake-up call'
The discovery of microplastic pollution near the top of the highest mountain in England and Wales is a "scary wake-up call", environmentalists have said.
Storm Dennis causes widespread flooding on England-Wales border
Relief efforts continue in western England and the Welsh borders as Storm Dennis leaves widespread flooding and damage in its wake.
Mumps cases hit decade high in England
Health officials are urging people to have both parts of the MMR vaccine after cases of mumps in England reached their highest level in a decade.
New mothers in England to receive health check six weeks after giving birth
New mothers will be given a physical and mental health check six weeks after giving birth, in a victory for campaigners.

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