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BBC news for Berkshire

Coronavirus: Case rates in Berkshire

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

Reading murder probe: Man charged with Duane Denny murder

The body of Duane Denny, who had been reported missing from his Reading home, was found in London.

Wokingham private school teacher jailed for abusing pupils

Stuart Woods plied pupils at Reddam House Berkshire with alcohol to aid his abuse, a court hears.

M4 closed at Slough for weekend smart motorway works

Both carriageways will be closed between junction 5 and 6 as part of ongoing works.

BBC news for Berkshire

Coronavirus: Case rates in Berkshire

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

Reading murder probe: Man charged with Duane Denny murder

The body of Duane Denny, who had been reported missing from his Reading home, was found in London.

Wokingham private school teacher jailed for abusing pupils

Stuart Woods plied pupils at Reddam House Berkshire with alcohol to aid his abuse, a court hears.

M4 closed at Slough for weekend smart motorway works

Both carriageways will be closed between junction 5 and 6 as part of ongoing works.

Covid Updates for Berkshire

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

BBC Front Page News

Afghanistan: MoD shared more than 250 Afghan interpreters' details on email

Defence Secretary Ben Wallace has launched an investigation, while the MoD has apologised for the breach.

Gas crisis: Energy price cap will stay, say Kwasi Kwarteng and Ofgem

Price rises will be limited to 12% as Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng rejects fears of power cuts.

Children face 'agonising' waits for mental health care

Data from half England's specialist services found a fifth have waited more than 12 weeks in the pandemic.

Royals recall Duke of Edinburgh's mustard joke

The Duke of Cambridge reveals Prince Philip's mustard-squirting antics in a poignant BBC documentary.