British-Jamaican war nurse Mary Seacole and Noor Inayat Khan, a British spy in World War II and others are being considered.
All areas back in a second British lockdown are linked by a number of things - high levels of poverty, high black and ethnic minority populations and high "key worker" numbers.
The British government offers 30 million people flu jabs to alleviate healthcare pressure if the second wave of COVID-19 arrives.
Sweets and chocolates might also be banned from promotions at supermarket entrances and the ends of aisles.
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Tom Lawton, a doctor in the north of England, said he decided to run with the mask on to help those too scared to do so over false information.
Woody Johnson is accused of making racist generalizations about Black men and questioning why the Black community celebrates Black History Month.
Mike Pompeo is said to have told MPs that the WHO was a "political, not a science-based organisation".
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said he looked forward to addressing "shared security challenges" as he arrived in London.
The UK has already ordered 100 million doses of the vaccine which is being developed in partnership between Oxford University and pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca.
The government believes that a vaccine offers the best chance of defeating the COVID-19 virus and getting things back to normal.
People in England will have to wear a face mask from July 24 if they are visiting shops and supermarkets or face a £100 fine.
Video footage showed an officer with his knee on the suspect's neck, with the man handcuffed on the ground and repeatedly shouting "get off my neck".
A fire last April, engulfed the interior of the cathedral and caused its famed spire which was first built in the 13th century, to come crashing down.
The European bison is the continent's largest land mammal and adult males can weigh as much as a tonne.
"Islamists have also claimed that COVID-19 is punishment on China for their treatment of Uighur Muslims. Other conspiracy theories suggest the virus is part of a Jewish plot or that 5G is to blame."
The chancellor approached the table with a plate of food in each hand and said: "I've been told to bring you some food that apparently you ordered."
John Lewis said that sales had failed to bounce back after lockdown restrictions were eased and that it wanted to secure the business's long-term future and respond to customers' shopping needs.
Video footage from the scene shows the wreckage of the 20-foot crane collapsed at a building site in East London this afternoon.
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The Department of Health says that free parking will continue only for "key patient groups and NHS staff in certain circumstances".
Many pubs had a very disappointing weekend in sales and even those "happy" with the weekend had sales half of usual numbers.
Charities have warned that parents of children with special educational needs and disabilities feel "utterly abandoned" due to the lack of support available.
Charlie Elphicke faces one count of sexual assault in 2007 and two further counts against a second woman in 2016.
The U.K. condemned a new security law in Hong Kong and has offered visas to millions of Hong Kong citizens.
Total losses for the U.K.'s university sector could be up to £19 billion and could lead to some institutions closing.
The two beavers, known as Woody and Willow, have been building vital flood defences in Essex and have now had two babies known as kits.
The new rules and guidelines come into effect on July 10 and will only apply to people who are traveling to and from England and who have a permanent residence in England.
He said that "he didn't believe in gestures" and also that police officers who had decided to take the knee may have been "bullied" into it by protesters.