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The UK has reported another 5,683 coronavirus cases and one additional death within 28 days of a positive test.

Yesterday, official figures showed there were 5,431 new cases of COVID-19 and four deaths.

The number of cases recorded has risen by 2,300 in comparison to the same time last week, which saw 3,383 coronavirus cases reported along with one death.

A further 127,345 first COVID-19 vaccine doses have been administered in the latest 24 hour period, taking the total to 40,460,576, and another 259,941 second jabs have been given, taking that total to 27,921,294.

Meanwhile, Health Secretary Matt Hancock has announced people aged 25 to 29 in England will be able to book their vaccination from tomorrow morning.

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Girl, 5, dies in house fire near Crymych, Pembrokeshire

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Girl, 5, dies in house fire near Crymych, Pembrokeshire

A five-year-old girl has died after a house fire in Pembrokeshire.

Alysia Salisbury – who was described by her family as “a beautiful daughter and sister” – died at the scene of the blaze, Dyfed-Powys Police said.

Emergency crews were called to the fire in the Pontyglasier area, near Crymych, shortly before 10pm on Saturday.

Detective Chief Inspector Llyr Williams said: “Our thoughts are with the family and the local community at this tragic time.

“HM Coroner has been informed and officers will now work with colleagues from the fire service to establish the cause of the fire.

“The family request privacy at this difficult time.”

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Alysia’s family is being supported by specialist officers, police said.

The operation on Saturday evening involved fire crews from a wide area of West Wales, including Crymych, Cardigan, Newcastle Emlyn, Whitland and Fishguard.

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Leicester City and Leeds United relegated from Premier League as Everton survive on dramatic final day

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Leicester City and Leeds United relegated from Premier League as Everton survive on dramatic final day

Leicester City and Leeds United have been relegated from the Premier League as Everton survived on a dramatic final day.

The Toffees secured safety with an 1-0 win over Bournemouth at Goodison Park. They remain one of six clubs to have never been relegated from the Premier League since its creation.

Leicester, who lifted the title only seven years ago, beat West Ham 2-1 at the King Power Stadium but it wasn’t enough to secure their survival due to Everton’s win.

Leeds went down 4-1 at home to Tottenham Hotspur.

Harry Kane got a brace but Spurs still miss out on European qualification.

Leeds United's Robin Koch appears dejected after Tottenham Hotspur's Harry Kane (not pictured) scores their side's third goal of the game during the Premier League match at Elland Road, Leeds. Picture date: Sunday May 28, 2023.
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Leeds United’s Robin Koch after Tottenham Hotspur’s Harry Kane scored a goal

Aston Villa will play in the Europa Conference League next season. They were 2-1 winners at home to Brighton.

Manchester City were previously announced as the winners of the Premier League. However, the champions suffered a surprise 1-0 defeat at Brentford.

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Leicester City players wait to find out the results at other matches after the Premier League match at King Power Stadium, Leicester. Picture date: Sunday May 28, 2023.
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Leicester City players waiting to find out the results of other matches

Frank Lampard’s last game as Chelsea interim boss ended in a 1-1 draw to Newcastle.

Crystal Palace and Nottingham Forest also finished 1-1.

Arsenal thrashed Wolves 5-0, Manchester United beat Fulham 2-1 and Southampton and Liverpool played out a thrilling 4-all draw.

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BMW washes out to sea after parking on Cornwall beach

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BMW washes out to sea after parking on Cornwall beach

A car was left stranded after parking on a Cornwall beach.

St Agnes Coastguard Search and Rescue Team was alerted to the presence of the black BMW at Trevaunance Cove, St Agnes, shortly before 8.30am on Sunday.

BMW washes out to sea at Trevaunance beach. Pic: St Agnes Coastguard Search and Rescue Team
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Pic: St Agnes Coastguard Search and Rescue Team

The team was tasked to ensure everybody in the vehicle was safe and remained at the scene while the car was recovered.

Posting pictures and video of the incident on social media, St Agnes Coastguard Search and Rescue Team said: “The vehicle was finally removed. The team stood down and returned to the station at 10.19am.”

BMW washes out to sea at Trevaunance beach. Pic: St Agnes Coastguard Search and Rescue Team
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Pic: St Agnes Coastguard Search and Rescue Team

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BMW washes out to sea at Trevaunance beach. Pic: St Agnes Coastguard Search and Rescue Team
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Pic: St Agnes Coastguard Search and Rescue Team

The Facebook post ended: “You can’t park there sir!”

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