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BBC news for Berkshire

Reading stabbings: Memorial service held at Forbury Gardens

Friends James Furlong, David Wails, and Joe Ritchie-Bennett were killed in June last year.

Legoland ride policy change: Brett family returns to park

Legoland has revamped its procedures since Sebby Brett was made to get up from his wheelchair.

Wexham Park doctor racially discriminated against by General Medical Council

Omer Karim was investigated by the GMC while the same charges against a white doctor were dismissed.

Coronavirus: Case rates in Berkshire

The latest number of cases of Covid-19 across the county.

BBC news for Berkshire

Reading stabbings: Memorial service held at Forbury Gardens

Friends James Furlong, David Wails, and Joe Ritchie-Bennett were killed in June last year.

Legoland ride policy change: Brett family returns to park

Legoland has revamped its procedures since Sebby Brett was made to get up from his wheelchair.

Wexham Park doctor racially discriminated against by General Medical Council

Omer Karim was investigated by the GMC while the same charges against a white doctor were dismissed.

Coronavirus: Case rates in Berkshire

The latest number of cases of Covid-19 across the county.

Covid Updates for Berkshire

Click the the latest news on Covid within Wantage https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-51768274

BBC Front Page News

Italy 1-0 Wales: Visitors through to last 16 despite defeat in Rome

Wales demonstrate huge resolve in defeat against Italy as they clung on with 10 men to secure their place in the second round of Euro 2020.

Andy Burnham's anger at Manchester-Scotland travel ban

Andy Burnham says he will ask the Scottish government for compensation for affected individuals.

Covid: Brazil hits 500,000 deaths amid 'critical' situation

Experts warn the outbreak could worsen amid a slow vaccination programme and the start of winter.

McDonald's to hire 20,000 staff and open 50 outlets

The burger giant's UK and Ireland boss tells the Sunday Telegraph it is becoming "harder to recruit".