31/05 Hertfordshire Mercury
Husband of train guard who died of coron
The 47-year-old died from the virus two weeks after it was claimed she was spat a
30/05 Hampshire Chronicle
Belly Mujinga’s family call for better w
The family of a railway worker who died with coronavirus have called on her employer to take acti
30/05 Belfast Telegraph (eClips Web)
Belly Mujingaâs family call for better w
The family of a railway worker who died with coronavirus have called on her employer to take acti
30/05 INews
Police say there is 'no evidence of anyo
British Transport Police (BTP) announced on Friday they were not taking a
30/05 London Evening Standard
Belly Mujinga: ‘No evidence of spitting’
Police found no evidence that a London Victor
29/05 METRO UK
Police take no action over Covid-19 deat
There will be no prosecution over the coronavirus death of railway worker Bell
29/05 Yahoo! News UK
Belly Mujinga death: No further action a
No further action will be t
29/05 Oxford Mail
No prosecution over Covid-19 death of ra
The husband of railway worker Belly Mujinga has spoken of his sadness afte
29/05 Mirror.co.uk
Grieving husband of train worker who die
Heartbroken Lusamba Gode Katalay, whose rail worker wife Belly Mu
29/05 Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard
No further action over death of railway
No further action is being taken by police over the death from coronavirus of a r
29/04 Tenby Observer
Over £8,000 splashed out from Boxing Day
Over £8,400 has been splashed out to help charities and good causes throughout the UK, thanks to Ten
29/04 Western Telegraph (eClips Web)
Swimmers who splashed out in happier tim
OVER £8,400 has been splashed out to help charities and good causes throughout the UK, than
24/04 Cumnock Chronicle
Thousands of transport workers in London
Thousands of transport workers in London are to be furloughed under moves to addr
01/04 Edinburgh Evening News - The Scotsman
Non-key Scottish road, rail and ferry wo
Business continuing as usual at depots is “absolutely shocking”, Unite said.
30/03 Tyla
London Tube Still Packed As Second Week
Frontline workers have once again taken to social media in frustration this mornin