Leeds News LIVE: Schools return and care home visits permitted as lockdown eased in the city

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Pupils will return to schools and loved ones will be able to visit care home residents in person as part of the first phase of lockdown easing in England

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  • Yellow weather warning in place in Leeds
  • Currently no flood alerts and warnings in place
  • Train lines running at lower speeds
  • There are “concerning signals” about the effect of the pandemic on children and young people, researchers have said.

Meghan and Harry hit out at the institution and members of the royal family in series of astonishing admissions

Meghan and Harry hit out at the institution and members of the royal family in series of astonishing admissions

Appearing vulnerable at times, the duchess revealed that working for The Firm – as the royal family is sometimes known – ultimately left her feeling that ending her life was an option, and how she had not been protected by the monarchy.

Asked explicitly by Winfrey if she was thinking of self-harm and having suicidal thoughts at some stage, Meghan replied: “Yes. This was very, very clear.

“Very clear and very scary. I didn’t know who to turn to in that.”

A member of the royal family – who both Harry and Meghan refused to identify – was worried about how dark their son Archie’s skin tone might be before he was born.

Meghan told Winfrey there had been “concerns and conversations about how dark his skin might be when he is born”.

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