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Everything you need to know about the latest travel announcements
The latest review of the UK’s travel restrictions will come in the last week of August after wholesale changes were made to the travel lists on August 5. From August 8, four countries are being removed from England’s red list and four are being added while seven more, including Germany are being added to the green list. When is the next UK travel review?
British athletes continue to impress in Japan
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Labour questions link between Tory co-chair and Huawei PR firmAnneliese Dodds demands to know details of Ben Elliot’s role in lobbying firm he co-founded Ben Elliot co-founded Hawthorn Advisors in 2013 and continues to hold a minority stake through a trust. Photograph: David M Benett/Getty Images/Din Tai Fung
Eight year-old Geronimo loves bouncing around his field in Gloucestershire and begging for grass pellets. “Give him a hay net and he gets very excited,” says his owner, Helen Macdonald, who adds that such is the seemingly indefatigable nature of her cheeky stud alpaca that he’s never had so much as “a sprained foot.”
The Guardian view on the UK economy: stuck in a rut of low growth, and politics is to blame. A remarkable speech from a senior rate-setter at the Bank of England lays bare the terrible predicament the UK is in
A police officer from a small southwestern Illinois town near St. Louis has died after trying to stop a car fleeing from police
Woman and the animal faced off for 10 minutes before it was scared off by a loud noise
If you are in poverty, suffer mental health problems or live in unstable housing, you are more likely to smoke and are less likely to get the support you need to stop
This is the terrifying moment a massive landslide wiped out the side of a road in India
At least 150 houses were destroyed by a raging fire that surrounded a monastery and a dozen villages on the Greek island of Evia Wednesday, one of over 100 blazes burning in the country.
The head of the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) said on Wednesday during a visit to Ethiopia that she had raised her concerns about "dehumanising rhetoric" with authorities, amid war in the country's northern Tigray region. Samantha Power's visit to the country, and to neighbouring Sudan, this week follows warnings from U.S. President Joe Biden's administration of punitive measures against the Ethiopian government if aid is unable to reach the Tigray region. At a news conference in the capital Addis Ababa, Power did not specify whether one party in the nearly nine-month war in Tigray was responsible for lifesaving aid not reaching those in need.
27-year-old suspect stabbed officer before being shot to death, says law enforcement
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The Biden administration is developing a plan to require nearly all foreign visitors to the United States to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as part of eventually lifting travel restrictions that bar much of the world from entering the United States, a White House official told Reuters on Wednesday. The White House wants to re-open travel, which would boost business for the airlines and tourism industry, but is not ready to immediately lift restrictions because of the rising COVID-19 case load and highly transmissible COVID-19 Delta variant, the official said. The Biden administration has interagency working groups working "to have a new system ready for when we can reopen travel," the official said, adding it includes "a phased approach that over time will mean, with limited exceptions, that foreign nationals traveling to the United States (from all countries) need to be fully vaccinated."
Months of recovery from an Achilles injury were ended by a twang of the right calf in the 200m and took hopes of an Olympic gold to go with her world title with it
‘In hindsight I wish that had not become law’
Chief Constable Iain Livingstone said he told the Prime Minister the must be ‘no detriment’ to the police force as a result of Cop26.
Kolesnikova said authorities offered to release her if she asked for a pardon and gave a repentant interview to state media
Hydrogen for home heating could cause four times as many explosions and injuries than gas boilers, according to a government-backed study.