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Human remains and ‘lavish’ jewels unearthed at ancient burial site in England
Skeletons and ‘lavish’ artefacts have been unearthed at an historic burial site in Lincolnshire, in eastern England.
Southgate's formation headache causing problems for England
England's first tournament qualifying defeat in 10 years on Friday was not a cause for panic but the uncertainty over its best formation has given manager Gareth Southgate plenty to ponder ahead of Monday's Euro 2020 qualifier in Bulgaria.
Three years on, Southgate's stock still rising
It is three years to the day that Gareth Southgate took charge of his first England game and few of the 81,000 crowd who watched his side labor to a 2-0 win over Malta at Wembley would have staked too much on him enjoying a long reign.
Bronze Age treasures unearthed in England
Historical treasures unearthed on Baildon Moor in West Yorkshire, England, have offered a "remarkable" insight into death, class and burials during the Bronze Age.
Over 8m in England living in unsuitable housing
More than eight million people, equivalent to the population of London, are living in unsuitable housing in England, according to analysis suggesting the scale of the housing crisis could be far worse than officially estimated.
Meat-eating plants making a comeback in England
Endangered carnivorous plants are being reintroduced to parts of England in an attempt to reverse their decline.
Homeless children in England put up in shipping containers, report says
Thousands of homeless children are growing up in cheaply converted shipping containers and cramped rooms in former office blocks, putting their health and wellbeing at serious risk, according to the children’s commissioner for England.
The British Museum no longer England’s busiest
For the first time in ten years, London’s Tate Modern art gallery and museum has become England’s most-visited cultural institution, welcoming 5.87 million visitors in 2018, according to a report by the Visit England tourist office.
Drug deaths in England, Wales at highest level since records began
Drug deaths in England and Wales hit a record high, with around 56 people now dying every week from illicit substances, new figures show.
Asthma deaths in England and Wales 'highest in a decade'
Deaths from asthma in England and Wales are the highest they have been in more than a decade, according to analysis of official data.
Gov't pledges to end smoking in England by 2030
The government is pledging to end smoking in England by 2030 as part of a range of measures to tackle the causes of preventable ill health.
Bank of England's Ramsden sees weak growth in mid-2019
Britain’s economy is likely to see slow growth through the middle of this year before picking up towards the end of 2019, Bank of England (BoE) Deputy Governor Dave Ramsden said in an interview published on Saturday.
Work starts on £450m incinerator project in east of England
Work has started on a £450 million incinerator that will turn waste into energy.
Plastic straws, cotton buds to be banned in England next year
Plastic straws, stirrers and cotton buds are to be banned in England from April next year in a move campaigners have welcomed but warned will “only scratch the surface” in tackling the damage that non-degradable waste is doing to the environment.
NHS England loses 6,000 mental health nurses in 10 years
The number of mental health nurses in England has slumped by more than a tenth over the past decade, new figures have revealed.

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