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Prince Charles thanks TFL staff for keeping services running

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Prince Charles thanks TFL staff for keeping services running

Prince Charles thanks TFL staff for keeping services running

Prince Charles has visited a Transport for London training centre in London to thank staff for keeping the tube service running throughout the coronavirus pandemic.

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The Prince of Wales’ official 70th birthday photograph with his family was a“nightmare“ to plan because his sons blew “hot and cold” with their father, anew book has claimed. Finding Freedom chronicles the Duke and Duchess ofSussex’s romance and brief period as members of the monarchy before they brokeaway to forge a new life for themselves and their son Archie in America. Butthe book also comments on how when Charles contracted Covid-19, Harryimmediately telephoned his father to find out how the 71-year-old was doing.

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The public are “ready” to get back to watching live theatre performances, anactor starring in an upcoming outdoor production of Jesus Christ Superstar hassaid. The Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre will stage its production of Tim Riceand Andrew Lloyd Webber’s stage show from Friday. The London venue has reducedits normal capacity of 1,256 down to 390 to allow for social distancing.

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Facebook is launching a tool that will show users how to vote by mail ahead of the 2020 US Presidential election.View on euronews

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Network Rail Chief Executive Andrew Haines says the “whole rail industry is in mourning” following the deaths of three people in a passenger train derailment near Stonehaven. Mr Haines said that Network Rail is “concerned” about the increase in landslips, and that climate change can have a “real impact on safety”. Report by Jonesia. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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Shapps: Results of derailment ‘difficult to look at’ [Video]

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Grant Shapps has travelled to the scene of Wednesday morning’s passenger train derailment near Stonehaven in which three people died. The transport secretary said: “There’s clearly been some sort of slippage; the results of which are difficult to even look at”. Report by Jonesia. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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