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The latest review of the UK’s travel restrictions is the most eagerly anticipated yet, with hopes that additions to the green list could mean a last-minute summer holiday abroad. From August 2, fully vaccinated people travelling from the EU and the US can enter the UK without having to quarantine. The rumoured amber watchlist could put thousands of holidaymakers at risk of having to stay in hotel quarantine.
British athletes continue to impress in Japan
BERLIN (Reuters) -Germany's Greens presented an "emergency climate protection programme" on Tuesday, aiming to reset their national election campaign after squandering an early surge in opinion polls with a raft of mistakes. The programme includes plans for a new Ministry for Climate Protection that would ensure no legislative project undermines a goal of limiting global warming under the 2015 Paris Agreement. The ministry would lead a government Climate Task Force that would convene every week for the first 100 days of the next government, and would have a veto right over other ministries should draft legislation not be compliant with the Paris accord.
The 62-square-mile blaze is the biggest the island has ever seen
Event was able to go ahead after being cancelled due to the pandemic last year
The victim's daughter told 74-year-old Carvel Bennett at the sentencing hearing on Tuesday that he 'caused total carnage' in her life.
Head of Joint Biosecurity Centre has left her post, minister confirms
The UK has blamed Iran for the incident which killed a Briton and a Romanian.
The pizza delivery business leapt to a pre-tax profit of £41.3 million for the 26 weeks to June 27.
Seven men have been found guilty of the murder of a law student, mistakenly shot during a botched drive-by assassination attempt.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s government is facing increased criticism over its apparent poor response and inadequate preparedness for large-scale wildfires that have left eight people dead and forced thousands to flee their homes in southern coastal resorts
The change comes ahead of an expected review of green list countries on Thursday
Simone Biles completed a remarkable comeback today to win a bronze medal in the balance beam final. Only last week the American pulled out mid-competition during the team final and she later revealed she was battling with her mental health. Biles, a four-time Olympic champion, subsequently pulled out of the individual finals of the all-around, vault, uneven bars and floor.
NATO and the European Union are joining a growing chorus of international condemnation of Iran’s alleged attack on a merchant ship in the Arabian Sea
A BRITISH biotech spun out from SmithKline Beecham in the 1990s is on the brink of a breakthrough in the hunt for the “holy grail” of allergy research - a vaccine for peanut allergy sufferers. AIM-listed Allergy Therapeutics, based in Worthing, is seeking permission with the US Food and Drug Administration regulator to begin human trials of its short-course jab next year following the publication of results from tests run in collaboration with London’s Imperial College. The treatment uses a plant-based Cucumber Mosaic Virus engineered to display the key allergen which triggers what can be a potentially life-threatening anaphylactic over-reaction in sufferers.
The French overseas territory of Guadeloupe will be locked down for a period of at least three weeks from 8pm Wednesday, as the island faces a "catastrophic situation" due to a spike in Covid-19 cases. The Caribbean archipelago follows measures taken on the neighbouring territory of Martinique, which has been confined for three weeks since last Friday evening.According to Valérie Denux, director general of the Regional Health Agency (ARS) of Guadeloupe, the territory is in a "catastrophic situat
Skipton Building Society had a storming first half, writes Nick Goodway.
Dave and Jackie Laugher, from Ripon, North Yorkshire, said they were thrilled by their son Jack Laugher’s bronze medal.
The 14-year-old was walking with another teenager along Rainham Rd, Rainham when the attacker confronted the pair at 7pm on Monday. Police said they arrived at the scene to give first aid to the boy suffering a “slash injury to his face” and quickly established a robbery had taken place. MPS specials tweeted a photo of the crime scene, captioned: “Reports of a robbery in Havering involving a machete, EA taskforce on scene within minutes and emergency first aid provided to victim who had been injured, unfortunately, suspects got away but investigations continue.”
Some 777 deaths involved cocaine – a 9.7% rise from 2019.