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Broadband: Old TV signal hit village internet speed for 18 months – BBC News

Connectivity was disrupted each morning, causing issues for households trying to get online.

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New nuclear plant at Sizewell set for green light – BBC News

The BBC has learned that talks with contractor EDF have intensified in recent weeks.

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image captionEDF says Sizewell C will provide electricity for six million homes and create 25,000 jobs
The government is close to giving the green light to a new nuclear power station at Sizewell in Suffolk.
The BBC has learned that talks with the Sizewell contractor, EDF, have intensified in recent weeks.
This comes after the collapse of projects in Anglesey and Cumbria when Japanese firms Hitachi and Toshiba pulled out.
Government officials are…

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Coronavirus infection rates have increased in five out of seven North East areas, new figures show – Chronicle Live

Gateshead, Sunderland, Newcastle, North Tyneside and Northumberland have all recorded a jump in cases in the seven days up to October 26

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Coronavirus cases have increased in five North East areas, the latest figures have revealed.
Gateshead, Sunderland, Newcastle, North Tyneside and Northumberland have all recorded a jump in cases in the seven days up to October 26.
In the seven North East local authority areas, Gateshead currently has the highest rate of infection, with an extra 776 recorded cases compared to the week before.
Infection rates have fallen in South Tyneside and County Durham, but increased in North Tyneside, and although…

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Full list of rules for trick or treating this Halloween in Tier 3 – Liverpool Echo

Can trick or treating go ahead? What can you do instead? Here’s everything you need to know for Halloween 2020 on tier three lockdown

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Halloween is guaranteed to be different this year due to local lockdown restrictions imposed across the country.
Earlier this month, the government warned families that anyone found breaking the Rule of Six or mixing households in local lockdown areas would face fines up to £200.
The Department for Health and Social Care said trick or treating would be banned in areas where household mixing is not allowed effectively ‘cancelling’ Halloween
for many families.
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