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Everything you need to know about the latest travel announcements
Labour should attack the government over its record on violent crime, Dominic Cummings has said, as he continued his assault on ministers. In a two-hour question and answer session with paid subscribers to his Substack newsletter, Boris Johnson's former senior aide described the PM as "a pundit who stumbled into politics and acts like that 99% of the time".
The guidance for funerals and weddings have changed as Covid restrictions have eased. Since May 17, newlyweds in England have been able to share their big day with up to 30 friends and family but some traditional activities such as dancing are advised against. Meanwhile funerals are able to allow more people to attend and pay their respects.
Nick Alexander, or 'Mr Miami UK', travelled to Weston-super-Mare in Somerset, which has a famously long beach covered in thick mud.
England have qualified for the knockout phase of Euro 2020 thanks to Monday night's results in Groups B and C. Gareth Southgate's side is now guaranteed to finish as - at worst - one of the four best third-placed teams. The Three Lions sit second heading into Tuesday's Group D decider against the Czech Republic, who are also on four points but boast a superior goal difference.
Disastrous events including volcanic eruptions and mass extinctions seem to occur regularly – dictated by a 'pulse' that beats every 27.5 million years.
PM ‘totally bogged’ opportunity to save UK from repeated lockdowns, claims ex-adviser
The government wants to scrap the 10-day isolation rule for double-vaccinated people who come into contact with a COVID carrier.
The case is thought to be the first time that sitting MPs or peers have taken legal action against the Government on the grounds of national security.
The UK has reported 10,633 new coronavirus cases and five more deaths, according to official daily figures. Separate figures published by the Office for National Statistics show there have been 153,000 deaths registered in the UK where COVID-19 was mentioned on the death certificate. The figures come as the prime minister said it is "looking good" for 19 July to be the "terminus point" for England's coronavirus restrictions.
The UK's newest aircraft carrier is proving to be an object of curiosity for Russian military aircraft operating in the increasingly crowded Mediterranean. HMS Queen Elizabeth is on her first deployment and it is also the first time a UK aircraft carrier is supporting live military operations in more than two decades. Speaking from the 65,000-ton carrier, Commodore Steve Moorhouse said it was taking on a major share of operations against what is left of Islamic State in Iraq.
Repeatedly dubbed the happiest nation on the planet with world-beating living standards, Finland should be deluged by people wanting to relocate, but in fact it faces an acute workforce shortage.
Spain's government is set to pardon the jailed Catalan separatists behind a failed 2017 independence bid, Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez says. Sanchez believes the controversial measure sends "a resounding message of the will for harmony and coexistence of Spanish democracy.”
Under the plan, the 10-day quarantine period could be axed in favour of daily lateral flow tests.
British holidaymakers who have had both Covid jabs could reportedly enjoy more quarantine-free travel from August. Ministers are said to be preparing an announcement of an overhaul of travel restrictions on Thursday. The report comes despite Boris Johnson playing down suggestions that restrictions on foreign travel could be lifted as more people received the coronavirus vaccine.
The luxury carmaker is suing a Swiss dealership over claims that deposits against its £2.5m Valkyrie hypercar were withheld.
Quarantine-free travel to amber list countries for people who have been fully vaccinated is "absolutely something" the government is "working on", the health secretary has told Sky News. "This hasn't been clinically advised yet, we're working on it," Matt Hancock said about the move, which would see the current 10-day isolation replaced by daily COVID-19 testing. The health secretary said the government was "working on plans to essentially allow the vaccine to bring back some of the freedoms that have had to be restricted to keep people safe".
Here is Monday’s update of Covid-19 case rates for every local authority area in England.The figures, for the seven days to June 17, are based on the number of people who have tested positive for Covid-19 in either a lab-reported or rapid lateral flow test, by specimen date.The rate is expressed as the number of new cases per 100,000 people.Data for the most recent four days (June 18-21) has been excluded as it is incomplete and does not reflect the true number of cases.Of the 315 local areas in
The UK has reported five more deaths within 28 days of a positive test for coronavirus and 10,633 new cases. The number of cases has risen by over a thousand compared to Sunday where 9,284 cases, of mostly the Delta variant, were recorded. Last Monday there were 3 deaths reported in the UK with 7,742 new cases.
Iran's President-elect Ebrahim Raisi ruled out on Monday a meeting with US President Joe Biden but said there were "no obstacles" to resuming diplomatic relations with Saudi Arabia, Shia Iran's Sunni arch-rival, which have been severed for five years. Raisi added that he will not allow nuclear negotiations for the sake of negotiations, in his first news conference since winning election last week. Raisi, 60, won Friday's election in which more than half the voters stayed away after many politica