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COVID-19: Delay of up to four weeks an option as PM to make announcement on final stage of lockdown lifting
Ministers fear Boris Johnson may delay the final stage of lockdown lifting in England potentially by as much as a month.
G7 summit: EU leaders warn Boris Johnson to 'implement what we agreed' on Northern Ireland amid sausage trade row
Boris Johnson has been warned by the EU to "implement what we agreed" on post-Brexit arrangements for Northern Ireland amid a sausage trade row.
Lobster diver feared he would die after getting caught in humpback whale's mouth
A lobster diver says he thought he was going to die after getting caught in a humpback whale's mouth.
Euro 2020: Wales fans travel to amber-list Azerbaijan hoping to see team open campaign with a win
Wales kick off their Euro 2020 campaign against Switzerland this afternoon with captain Gareth Bale hoping to end his international goal drought.
Branson plots $3bn SPAC merger to launch Virgin Orbit on to stock market
Sir Richard Branson is in advanced talks about a multibillion dollar merger to take Virgin Orbit, his satellite launch company, on to the US public markets.
Harry Dunn death: CPS cleared to engage with Anne Sacoolas' lawyers
Harry Dunn's parents have welcomed a move that enables the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) to engage with Anne Sacoolas' lawyers about the next steps in a criminal case against her.
Queen's Birthday Honours list: Vaccine heroes lead the way for their COVID-19 response
The scientists behind some of the most significant advancements in the battle against COVID -19 have been commended in the Queen's Birthday Honours list.
Euro 2020: 10 moments that could make the tournament very special
Euro 2020 has officially begun. Prepare to scream in patriotic excitement, and wince in flabbergasted despair.
COVID-19: Data reveals spread of Delta in England - with variant making up 90% of new cases
The Delta variant of COVID-19 is growing exponentially in England, even outside the original hotspots in the North West, new data has revealed.
COVID passports would be discriminatory and idea should be scrapped, MPs say
A cross-party group of MPs has said that the idea of COVID passports should be scrapped, describing them as discriminatory.
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