Trump defends response and says: ‘We’re rounding the corner’ Pair clash on Covid, race, finances and family entanglements Final presidential debate – follow it live Donald Trump and Joe Biden offered starkly different visions for combating the coronavirus pandemic during
The race in Ohio has long been a reliable guide to the US election: the state’s winner usually goes on to win the presidency. In 2016, it broke decisively for Trump, but this year there are signs that its voters
Victorian premier says he is ‘confident in where things are at the moment’ despite East Preston Islamic college outbreak in Melbourne Daniel Andrews said an outbreak at a school in Melbourne’s northern suburbs would not delay a “significant” easing of
Polls show Biden has the high ground over the president Sign up for Fight to Vote – our weekly US election newsletter 1.39am BST Trump has arrived at Belmont University, where tonight’s presidential debate will take place in Nashville, Tennessee.
Authors agree other trials using higher antibody levels may prove more effective Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage It has been touted as a breakthrough treatment by Donald Trump, and there are hopes that blood plasma containing
Unions welcome move to bring day-to-day running of services under direct public control Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Wales has nationalised its train operations after a large drop in passenger numbers due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Antiviral treatment is first to treat coronavirus approved by FDA; France extends curfew; Study finds between 130,000 and 210,000 US deaths could have been avoided. Follow the latest Surge ‘very serious’ in Germany and ‘out of control’ in Spain Belgium’s
Data for England and Wales reflects lockdown, distancing and rising court backlog Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Prosecutions for crimes against women and girls in England and Wales plummeted in the first three months of the
The antiviral medicine remdesivir has been given full approval in the US after a trial showed it cut recovery time by five days The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the first drug to treat Covid-19: remdesivir, an
Leicester 3-0 Zorya (Maddison 29, Barnes 45, Iheanacho 67) Home side rarely threatened by Ukrainian visitors Leicester took a while to get going but they eventually made a commanding start to their first European expedition since 2017, dispatching their Ukrainian
Early data suggests new infections may be stabilising, though hospitalisation rates are still rising Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage The number of Covid-19 cases reported by Public Health England appears to have stabilised after seven weeks
First minister Mark Drakeford says move will create ‘level playing field’ for traders forced to close Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Supermarkets in Wales will not be allowed to sell items such as clothing and hardware
Chief executive hopeful for 2021 and move would be ‘last resort’ Jon Dutton ‘cannot envisage’ tournament behind closed doors The chief executive of next year’s Rugby League World Cup has conceded the event could be pushed back 12 months to
12 players including Robshaw went out for dinner in London Officials searching for replacements to fill Barbarians squad England’s autumn curtain-raiser has been plunged into chaos after the former national captain Chris Robshaw was one of 12 Barbarians players to
Chancellor announces new support deal amid concerns over mass unemployment Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Rishi Sunak was forced into unveiling a last-minute multibillion-pound package for business and workers amid fears of mass unemployment and anger
Diageo’s Guinness 0.0 comes amid burgeoning interest in low- and no- alcohol drinks The global drinks company Diageo is to further raise the stakes in the burgeoning low- and no-alcohol drinks sector next week by launching a booze-free version of
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