PM announces that UK COVID-19 deaths have passed 100,000 mark

According to government figures published on Tuesday 26 January, the number of deaths of people who had had a positive test result for COVID-19 and died within 28 days of the first positive test now stands at 100,162.
What's on in Oxford and across Oxfordshire this lockdown January

What’s on in Oxford and across Oxfordshire this January

Alas, our events calendar is looking decidedly thin, as all of our much-loved entertainment and hospitality venues remain closed, thanks to the national lockdown and efforts to help curb the spread coronavirus.
Oxford’s uni students set to study online under new national lockdown

Oxford’s uni students set to study online under new national lockdown

The majority of students at both universities have been asked not to return to Oxford, except for those studying specific courses relating to medicine, health, education and social work.
13 life lessons we learned from 2020: Reflecting on an unprecedented year.

13 life lessons we learned from the lockdowns in 2020

Here are 13 life lessons readers told us they learned from the first two lockdowns in 2020, to help you get through this third national lockdown in England.
Penny Chase: An equestrian property with the Ridgeway and Downs on your doorstep

Penny Chase: An equestrian property with the Ridgeway and Downs on your doorstep

Penny Chase was originally built in 1954 for the famous steeplechase jockey and author Dick Francis, whose novels centre on horse racing in England.

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Deep-filled Leftover Turkey Pie Recipe

Deep-filled Leftover Turkey Pie Recipe

What to do with leftover turkey and vegetables after Christmas or Thanksgiving. Give this Deep-filled Leftover Turkey Pie recipe a try.