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Dogs being trained to sniff out coronavirus at airports

Canines at the Medical Detection Dogs charity have previously been used to find cancer and malaria. Dogs are being trained to detect coronavirus in passengers arriving at UK airports. Canines at the Medical Detection Dogs charity have previously been used to find cancer and malaria. The organisation’s founder believes the animals could detect Covid-19 in

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Kind security guard helps new mum after her bags split open outside B&M

“I was so grateful for his help” A kind security guard went out of his way to help a new mum in the pouring rain in a heartwarming act of kindness. Posting in an Ellesmere Port community Facebook page, the mum said she was shopping in B&M. She said she was feeling slightly nervous about the

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Feminist Oxford professor is given security guards at work to protect her after threats from transgender activists

History professor Selina Todd had been accused of being ‘transphobic’ Two students had told the lecturer that they had seen threats made against her  But Professor Todd said she had now been provided with ‘routine security’ An Oxford University professor threatened by activists for saying transgender people ‘harm the rights of women’ today revealed she needs ‘two

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Chelmsford Prison using dogs to improve security

Dogs will patrol the grounds of a prison as part of what officials are calling “unprecedented action”. Three German shepherds – normally used in high security prisons – are being used to improve security at HMP Chelmsford in Essex. The Ministry of Justice (MOJ) confirmed it was committed to making the category B jail safer

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Award for hero security guard after saving man’s life at Northampton car park

A security officer who became a life-saving hero during a traumatic incident at a Northampton car park is to receive one of the country’s top life-saving and bravery honours. Paul Cullum, was patrolling the Grosvenor Centre multi-storey car park on the morning of July 6 this year when he spotted a man on the third

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Security guard writes his own children’s books in lockdown

MANY of us tried a new hobby during lockdown, but this security guard decided to do something completely different from his day job. Simon Rudd, from Hindley, had never done any writing or illustration before. But when he had a bit more time on his hands due to a change in hours, he decided to