Her most senior official, Cabinet secretary Sir Robert Armstrong, set out his ‘increasing disquiet’ about ‘the things that people think are going on in the City’ in a memo sent in 1986.
The two-year-old boy – described as the index case, or patient zero – became infected and was the first to die in his village in Meliandou, Guinea.
Sarah King, 37, from Billericay in Essex, began weightlifting seven years ago and has since smashed several records as well as winning a host of medals. She can lift up to 29st.
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The British woman who is the first person to be diagnosed with Ebola on UK soil is believed to be experienced Scottish nurse Pauline Cafferkey.
The fatal blaze broke out at a site reserved for travelling fairground families in Newchapel, Surrey, at 1.45am today and the three victims were declared dead at the scene.
A woman and two children have died in a fire in a caravan near Lingfield, Surrey.
A mother and her two young children, aged one and six, are killed in a fire at a mobile home park near Lingfield, Surrey.