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Prove your Covid status if you want to party, UK students toldStudent unions are going further than government guidelines, in an attempt to avoid virus outbreaks like those of last yearCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverage Students celebrate freshers week at Oxford University. Photograph: Network Photographers/Alamy
French recall of ambassadors indicates extent of anger over Aukus rift. Analysis: ties between Paris and Washington in worse state than at time of Iraq war after Australia’s cancellation of submarine deal
John James said the decision was “baffling” but the council say the area presents its own “unique challenges”
Stones, bottles and traffic cones thrown as more than 260 people arrested
France’s Notre Dame Cathedral is finally stable and secure enough for artisans to start rebuilding it
We count down the show's finest moments – from marital showdowns to Tony's terrifying nightmares
The Archbishop of Canterbury has warned Boris Johnson that he is doing a “very great wrong” to war widows who have missed out on pensions because they remarried after losing their husbands.
Pope Francis is urging European bishops to listen to survivors of clergy sexual abuse and consider them partners in reforming the Catholic Church
ABTA spokesperson Sean Tipton says the travel association welcomes the Department for Transport’s decision to relax international travel rules.
Perhaps it betrays the UK’s approach to fighting Covid-19, but the only real question we Britons are asking at the moment is this: will there be another lockdown this winter?
A Tiktoker’s brother has given a masterclass in eviscerating homophobic video gamers – and he’s only 12.
The appointment of Naomi Campbell as ambassador for the Queen’s Commonwealth Trust will strengthen the global institution as it faces pressure from countries looking to remove the Monarch as head of state, its chief executive has said.
U.S. envoy John Kerry is on a diplomatic quest to stave off the worst scenarios of global warming, but he's running into resistance from China, the world’s biggest climate polluter
Police have named Brian Laundrie as a person of interest in investigation
One to watch: MMYYKKShades of Thundercat, D’Angelo, Stevie Wonder and more align in the deep grooves of this American master of all styles ‘A modern-day Herbie Hancock’: MMYYKK. Photograph: PR
Tourists that were hoping to see the Queen will no longer be able to go on horse-drawn carriage after a council’s plans to pedestrianise a road next to Windsor Castle.
Adrien Brody also stars as a billionaire investor
The top U.S. military officer is in Greece is meeting with NATO counterparts this weekend, and Army Gen. Mark Milley is hoping to forge more basing, intelligence-sharing and other agreements to prevent terrorist groups from regrouping in Afghanistan, and threatening America and the region
Rigoletto; London Symphony Orchestra/Rattle – review. Royal Opera House; Barbican, LondonOne grisly moment aside, Oliver Mears’s first ROH production feels like a straightforward Rigoletto made to last. And a Julian Anderson world premiere is the timely centrepiece of the LSO’s season opener
Young people should be taught that university can be just the start of the so-called ‘adventure’ of adulthood. Life doesn’t end once you’ve graduated