Lady Dorrian, the senior judge who presided over Alex Salmond’s trial in March, will lead the panel amid growing fears that a large backlog of cases is being built up. Jury trials in Scotland were suspended at the end of March. “The courts have been working extremely hard to deliver justice in the current challenging […]
Tom Dening, a professor of dementia research at the University of Nottingham, said: “It is worrying that there appears to be a sharp increase in deaths in the community that are not known to be due to Covid-19. So far, we don’t have good data on the...
Britain’s coronavirus lockdown began to fray on Wednesday night as official figures showed an “uptick” in the number of people using transport. The number of those using their cars and public transport, which had been consistently dropping since...
UK hospitals have been told to create makeshift intensive care units and to stop treating coronavirus cases in isolation, as pressures on wards soar. As the World Health Organization (WHO) declared a global pandemic, NHS chiefs said hospitals should aim to expand...
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