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Boris Johnson lifted the vast majority of the remaining Covid-19 restrictions in England on July 19, as the country moved to step four of its coronavirus lockdown roadmap. Every adult in the UK should have had the chance to have both doses of a coronavirus vaccine by mid-September, the Government said. The government has said it was not expecting work in offices to be completely back on July 19.
Russian athletes are still present at Tokyo 2020, despite a ban for the country over a state-sponsored doping scheme
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The new rules will be in place from 4am on Monday, with Transport Secretary Grant Shapps expressing hopes that the US will become more relaxed about allowing Britons to visit “in time”. A Liverpool fan who suffered life-changing injuries in the Hillsborough disaster has died. The family of Andrew Devine, 55, said he died on Tuesday, 32 years after he was badly hurt in the tragedy at the FA Cup semi-final on April 15 1989.
The decrease in the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases released by the government each day "looks a bit fishy", according to a leading symptoms researcher whose study has shown infections are on the rise. Professor Tim Spector, who co-founded the ZOE COVID Symptom Study app, said a "sudden drop" in people testing positive for the virus in the government's data is "very suspicious". Of the roughly 60,000 testing positive according to ZOE data, 36,000 of those are unvaccinated and 24,000 have received at least one dose.
Johnny Ventura was one of the most prolific performers of merengue, a form of music and dance popular in Latin America
The study was carried out by scientists from the universities of Portsmouth and Lincoln.
The container ship Ever Given, seen here arriving in the port of Rotterdam on Thursday, was wedged in the Suez Canal for six days, blocking traffic through the key shipping route
British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said on Thursday that it was unlikely he would go to the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing, and said there were great sensitivities around the situation in Xinjiang. The United States is consulting allies on a "shared approach" to the Winter Olympics in Beijing, amid criticism of China and calls for boycotts over human rights abuses.
I am a messy eater – and it is mortifying. Lifelong learning is essential. So I have instructed everyone I dine with to inform me at once if they see any infringement of polite norms
Richard Hutchins: the homeless artist who became an Oprah-endorsed sensation. He spent years in jail and more on the street but now the 62-year-old’s artwork is selling for thousands to stars like Oprah Winfrey
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Herefordshire farmer Ben Andrews, 39, has 47,000 Instagram followers, while West Country farmer Wilfred Emmanuel-Jones, 63, has 10,000
Rory McIlroy was lining up a putt on the 14th green when the hooter sounded
The UK’s first ever bison rangers have been chosen after more than 1,000 people from across the world applied to help introduce the huge mammals into ancient woodland in Kent. A close-knit herd of four European bison is to live in Blean Woods near Canterbury in an effort to restore the habitat. Newly appointed pair Tom Gibbs and Donovan Wright have now started work in what is one of the largest areas of ancient woodland in the country, ahead of bison arriving into the area in 2022.
The programme last aired in 2018.
British drone insurer Flock has raised $17 million from investors in early-stage funding led by venture investor Chamath Palihapitiya's Social Capital, Flock said on Thursday. Flock started out insuring commercial drones, and added car and van fleets last year. Trends such as ride-sharing and same-day delivery require new types of insurance, CEO Ed Leon Klinger said, as the world also looks ahead to driverless cars.
The competition watchdog has imposed fines totalling £100m in the latest case of so-called price gouging that saw patients lose access to a free drug on the NHS. The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) found that pharmaceutical company Advanz charged "excessive and unfair prices" for supplying liothyronine tablets, which are used to treat thyroid hormone deficiency - a condition that causes extreme fatigue and depression.
Simone Biles says the support she has received in the wake of her Tokyo Olympics all-round final withdrawal has shown her for the first time that she is ‘more than her accomplishments’ in gymnastics. USA legend Biles pulled out after one rotation of the women’s team final on Tuesday in Tokyo, citing mental health concerns. USA Gymnastics said Biles was yet to decide whether to withdraw from her four individual finals, which are scheduled to take place next week.
An interesting video from the Indonesian capital shows the process of making some rather slimy-looking kombucha tea. Kombucha is thought to have first originated in China where the drink is traditional. Wide-ranging health claims have been made for the fermented beverage but none have so far been proven scientifically. This clip was filmed near Jakarta on July 29.