Boris Johnson suggests he sacked Matt Hancock
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Boris Johnson suggests he sacked Matt Hancock
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.
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The family of missing hiker Esther Dingley said they are devastated “beyond words” after remains found in the Pyrenees have been confirmed as hers. Ms Dingley, 37, had been walking solo in the mountains near the Spanish and French border and was last seen on Nov 22 last year. LBT Global, the charity representing her family, said DNA testing confirmed that human remains found last week were a match for the missing woman. "We are distraught to report that we have received DNA confirmation that one
Gwendalyn Kellan sniffs four essential oils each day in an attempt to retrain her nose but reports that they smell like burnt rubber. The high school student says that all food tastes like vomit and she fears she will never again enjoy a steak, her favorite meal. Gwendalyn, from the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, suffers from parosmia, a distortion of smell, a post-COVID side effect and a symptom of Long COVID. Her father David Kellan, 51, fears that his daughter will have to adapt to life without
Hermès has joined the list of luxury goods firms cheering a rebound from Covid-19 disruption, with the Birkin bag maker recording a surge in sales. At constant exchange rates that was 77% higher than a year earlier, and also above the same period in 2019. The industry was hurt at the start of the pandemic as stores had to close for lockdowns and travel restrictions hit footfall.
American Ryan Murphy accused Evgeny Rylov of doping after he was beaten by the Russian in the Olympic 200m backstroke on Friday, sparking an angry denial from Moscow.
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LONDON (Reuters) -The prevalence of COVID-19 infections in England is estimated to have risen to 1 in 65 people in the week to July 24, Britain's Office for National Statistics (ONS) said on Friday, adding the rate of increase might have slowed. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has lifted the last COVID restrictions in England in spite of the pre-dominance of the highly-transmissible Delta variant which concerns scientists globally. The ONS infection survey provides a fuller, although lagged, picture of the pandemic in Britain in a week where the official daily number of cases started to fall from this wave's peak of 54,674 recorded on July 17, 50,955 of which were in England.
Michael Seed was jailed for 10 years in March 2019 for his role in the £13.6m heist and ordered to pay back £5,997,684.93 or face another seven years.
Mary Stokes had no license or insurance when she crashed her Peugeot 206, which had failed an MOT.
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Lebanon's President Michel Aoun told the country's public prosecutor on Friday he was ready to give a statement about last year's port blast in the capital Beirut if needed. "No one is above the law no matter how high up, and justice can only be achieved through the specialised judicial branches that provide guarantees," Aoun told prosecutor Ghassan Ouidat during a meeting, according to a statement released by the president's office. A probe into the blast led by judge Tarek Bitar has been hindered over the past month as requests sent to parliament and the government to lift immunity and enable questioning of several top officials were either declined or stalled.
Madonna has penned a searing open letter to DaBaby, condemning the rapper’s “hateful” comments and “ignorance” on HIV.
Esther Dingley had been walking solo in the mountains near the Spanish and French border.
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The measures included in the Nationality and Borders Bill do not adequately address the problem of human trafficking