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Prince Philip funeral: Woman charged with Windsor Castle disturbance

She was charged following a public order incident near Windsor Castle, Thames Valley Police said.

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Prince Philip: Royal Family honours duke's 'humour and humanity'

The funeral congregation was socially distanced, with the Queen seated alone, because of Covid rules.

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Rachid Khadla: Father made daughter sign 'never get fat' contract

Rachid Khadla is jailed for cruelty to his three children, who he bullied and assaulted for years.

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Arborfield fire: Crews deal with hotspots after flats blaze

Firefighters battled the blaze at the newly-built block of flats in Arborfield.

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Local elections 2021: How do Berkshire councils spend your money?

Ahead of local elections on 6 May, we break down how Berkshire's local authorities spend your money.

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Coronavirus: Case rates in Berkshire

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

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Hammerson: Shopping centre giant slashes rents in revival bid

Hammerson, whose centres include the Bullring and Brent Cross, is "resetting rents to more affordable levels".

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Prince Philip: Rehearsals take place for Duke of Edinburgh's funeral

The Duke of Edinburgh's ceremonial funeral will be held on Saturday in line with Covid regulations.

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Reading house development cash for hammer-throwing cage

Reading council is to spend 32,000 from a 765-home project on sports facilities.

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Prince Philip: Police search Windsor ahead of funeral

Police mount specialist search operations in Windsor ahead of the Duke of Edinburgh's funeral.

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South Western Railway train guard dispute finally ends

Guards on South Western Railway had fought plans for drivers to operate the doors on new trains.

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Pubs and cafes face challenges as lockdown eases

Some fear increased staffing costs and reduced capacity will make opening unviable.

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Two men killed in car and lorry crash on A33 near Swallowfield

The crash happened on the A33 dual carriageway in Berkshire on Sunday afternoon, police say.

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PCC Elections: The candidates standing in Thames Valley

Voters will head to the polls on 6 May to elect Thames Valley's police and crime commissioner.

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Prince Philip: My father was my teacher, supporter and critic - Princess Royal

The princess says she wants to follow her father's example of "a life well lived and service freely given".

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Prince Philip: Charles says dear papa was very special

The Prince of Wales says the Duke of Edinburgh would be "amazed" by the reaction to his death.

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Prince Philip: Tributes paid to Duke of Edinburgh in Berkshire

Flowers have been laid at Windsor Castle following news of the Duke of Edinburgh's death.

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Covid-19 in the UK: How many coronavirus cases are there in your area?

Explore the data on coronavirus in the UK and find out how many cases there are in your area.

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What's the roadmap for lifting lockdown?

Pub gardens and non-essential shops can now open in England - as part of the next stage of easing lockdown rules.

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Covid: Restaurants and pubs have reopened, but what are the rules?

Pubs, cafes and restaurants in England can now open for customers seated outdoors.

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How many people can I have a drink with? And other questions

We answer some of your questions about England's roadmap out of lockdown, and other Covid-related issues.

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What are the UK plans for Covid passports?

The government is considering how people could prove they are unlikely to transmit Covid.

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Covid: When can I go on holiday abroad or in the UK?

A traffic light system ranking foreign countries by coronavirus risk is to be introduced - the rules on UK holidays are also easing.

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Covid: How Bracknell's Coral Reef pool looks in lockdown

Staff in race to retrain lifeguards at Bracknell's Coral Reef water park before end of lockdown.

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Covid: Families forced into hardship by pandemic

Three families discuss the financial pressures of living through the coronavirus pandemic.

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Covid: Youth workers want help to keep children away from crime

Youth workers say the pandemic is making it harder to keep children away from crime.

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Autistic racing driver takes on former F1 champion Jenson Button

Racing driver Bobby Trundley found himself competing in the same virtual race as Jenson Button.

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Debbie Clay: BBC Sports Personality of the Year Unsung Hero for the south revealed

The BBC Sports Personality of the Year Unsung Hero for the south of England is Debbie Clay, from Shinfield in Berkshire.

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Coronavirus: Council officers help explain lockdown rules

Council officers have helped explain lockdown rules to about 600 businesses in Reading.

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Reading 1-1 Cardiff City: Meite levels late for Reading

Reading's hopes of a Championship play-off spot remain intact as Yakou Meite's late equaliser earns them a 1-1 draw with Cardiff.

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Maidenhead United 0-0 Barnet

New Barnet first-team coach Simon Bassey earns point in his first game following goalless draw at Maidenhead.

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Watford 2-0 Reading: Ismaila Sarr double gives promotion chasers victory

Two goals from Ismaila Sarr see second-placed Watford take another step towards promotion back to the Premier League with a win over Reading at Vicarage Road.

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Reading 3-1 Derby County: Royals keep play-off bid on track

Reading keep pace with the rest of the Championship play-off pack by beating Derby to end their four-match winless run.

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Barnsley 1-1 Reading: Tykes hit back to draw with play-off rivals

Barnsley hit back to draw with fellow Championship play-off challengers Reading in a hard-fought match at Oakwell.

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