Boris Johnson announces football ban for online racists
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Boris Johnson announces football ban for online racists
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Piers Morgan believes he caught Covid-19 during the chaos at the Euro 2020 final despite being fully vaccinated. An avid critic of the government’s pandemic policies, he said his ordeal has given him a new perspective on Covid and vaccines. “So it’s been a long ten days,” Piers said in a tweet on Saturday.
Of the 613 athletes on this year’s US Olympic team, 329 are female – the most women any country has ever sent to the Olympics
Labour criticised the ‘amber plus’ list requiring isolation on return from destinations.
The Health Secretary has said he has made a full recovery.
Thousands of Hungarians joined the annual Budapest Pride march on Saturday to support LGBTQ people and protest against a law that limits teaching about homosexuality and transgender issues in schools. Hungary's nationalist Prime Minister Viktor Orban, in power since 2010, has introduced social policies that he says aim to safeguard traditional Christian values from Western liberalism, stoking tensions with the European Union. The European Commission has launched legal action against Orban's government over the new law, which came into force this month, saying it is discriminatory and contravenes European values of tolerance and individual freedom.
Met police ‘tried to recruit ex-officer to spy on climate change activists’Former detective says he was asked to inform on fellow Extinction Rebellion campaigners Former police officer Paul Stephens joined Extinction Rebellion after he retired from the Metropolitan police in 2018. Photograph: Sophia Evans/The Observer
The South Africa coach saw his side beaten in Cape Town in the first Test.
An 11-year-old girl who went missing from her home in Bolton with a "substantial amount of money" has been found "safe and well" in London, police have said. Fatuma Kadir's parents are said to be "incredibly relieved" after they had appealed for her to return home quickly. The girl left without her parents' knowledge on Thursday evening before travelling on several trains to get to London Euston in the early hours of Friday morning.
Not yet published, already damned – why are people running scared of Prince Harry’s memoir? . With the help of a brilliant co-writer, a fully rounded picture may now emerge of the much-maligned royal
Thousands of protesters have marched on the streets of Sydney, and other Australian cities, against the latest round of COVID-19 lockdown restrictions - despite a surge in cases. Mounted officers and riot police oversaw the COVID-19 protests, which has earlier been designated as an unauthorised protest. New South Wales (NSW) police said while it recognised and supported the right to free speech and peaceful protest, the march was a breach of public health rules, with the force saying: "The priority... is always the safety of the wider community."
Fears for Covid vaccine drive if second doses clash with boostersRisk that low take-up by young will lead to crunch as older people get third shotCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverage Young people waiting to receive a Covid jab at Twickenham rugby stadium at the end of May. Take-up has slowed down. Photograph: Andy Rain/EPA
Applying same rules as France would have significant impact, Labour says
‘An explosion is coming’: Biden races to unite allies against ChinaThe US president is being much tougher than expected on Beijing, but a lack of solidarity will undermine his policy’s success The hole where common policy and joint action should be gapes dangerously amid collisions with Xi Jinping’s aggressive one-party state. Photograph: Li Xueren/AP
US set for punishing temperatures as huge ‘heat dome’ to settle over country. Heatwave to next week roast areas already gripped by severe drought, plunging reservoirs and wildfires
Russia dispatches over 88 tonnes of humanitarian aid to Cuba, according to the Russian defence ministry, following unprecedented street protests against the communist government in Havana.
Former President Donald Trump is telling some thoroughly debunked stories as he presses his relentless effort to undermine the legitimacy of his election defeat to President Joe Biden
The people administering Covid-19 vaccines are being told to throw away doses as not enough people are coming forward for their first jab. Attempts to use leftover doses on people awaiting second jabs are being frustrated because of the strict adherence to guidance saying they must be administered eight weeks apart, sources said. The Joint Committee for Vaccination and Immunisation recommends an interval of eight to 12 weeks between doses for all the available Covid-19 vaccines as studies sugges
Elon Musk's private rocket company SpaceX was awarded a $178-million (£129m) launch services contract for NASA's first mission focusing on Jupiter's icy moon Europa and whether it may host conditions suitable for life, the space agency said on Friday. The Europa Clipper mission is due for blastoff in October 2024 on a Falcon Heavy rocket owned by Musk's company, Space Exploration Technologies Corp, from NASA's Kennedy Space Center in Florida, NASA said in a statement posted online. The contract
Health Secretary told he owes shielding clinically vulnerable people an apology