BBC News - Home. BBC News - Home. Tributes are paid to the men who died, as police question a suspect arrested under the Terrorism Act. Reading stabbings: David Wails named as third victim. And from 6 July, the extremely vulnerable will be able to meet up to six people outdoors. Coronavirus: Shielding to stop at end of July in England. Official figures also show a further 15 people have died.
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Met Office News Feed. This week will be warm for most with the risk of heavy showers and thunderstorms breaking out across many areas. Risk of thunderstorms this week.
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