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The South Africa coach saw his side beaten in Cape Town in the first Test.
Labour criticised the ‘amber plus’ list requiring isolation on return from destinations.
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.
Reporter calmly deals with racist and sexist abuse moments before live TV hit
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.
Belgium has been hit by floods for the second time in just over a week. The provinces of Namur and Walloon Brabant southeast of the capital city Brussels were among the worst hit, after thunderstorms and heavy rain reached the country on Saturday. In Dinant, in the Walloon region, heavy rainfall washed away cars, leaving them strewn across the town.
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
‘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
Europe clamps down amid fears over rapid spread of Delta variant. Governments are launching de facto vaccine passport schemes as they try to head off a summer Covid wave like the UK’s
The shields could not be used at all last year during the peak of the first and second waves of the pandemic
Contestant was one of the only people to ever use a lifeline on the very first question
A seven-year-old boy is also in intensive care following the incident south of Ardlui.
Former president made repeated election fraud claims and told 5,000 people they could choose to get Covid vaccine
Wayne Couzens has reportedly stopped eating in jail and is being watched around the clock after “plunging into depression” over his crimes, it has been reported. The former Metropolitan Police officer, 48, pleaded guilty to the murder and rape of marketing executive Sarah Everard this month. Couzens, from Kent, abducted Ms Everard as she walked home from a friend’s house in Clapham on March 3.
A total of 8,452 migrants have reached the UK’s shores this year, already exceeding 2020’s total of 8,410.
The defending Olympic champion is in action in the singles after winning in the doubles with Joe Salisbury
Couple and their children had refused jabs due to concerns over potential side effects
Liverpool’s Three Graces must be blushing with shame about their shoddy treatmentThe city has become the site of a battle between preservation and private property New collides with old on Liverpool’s waterfront. Photograph: Christopher Thomond/The Guardian
Cardi B and Normani have been accused of queerbaiting in the video for their new single 'Wild Side'.
The Russian navy can detect any enemy and launch an "unpreventable strike" if needed, President Vladimir Putin said on Sunday, weeks after a UK warship angered Moscow by passing the Crimea peninsula. "We are capable of detecting any underwater, above-water, airborne enemy and, if required, carry out an unpreventable strike against it," Putin said speaking at a navy day parade in St Petersburg. Putin's words follow an incident in the Black Sea in June when Russia said it had fired warning shots and dropped bombs in the path of a British warship to chase it out of Crimea waters.