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Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced the final easing of lockdown measures on July 19, with a four-week delay announced on Monday buying more time for people to receive vaccinations. England will remain at Step 3 for a further four weeks from June 21, with the rule of six set to continue indoors, alongside limits on numbers for sports events, pubs and cinemas. Working from home where possible will continue to be advised, nightclubs will stay shuttered and legal limits on social contact will remain in place.
The guidance for funerals and weddings have changed as Covid restrictions have eased. Since May 17, newlyweds in England have been able to share their big day with up to 30 friends and family but some traditional activities such as dancing are advised against. Meanwhile funerals are able to allow more people to attend and pay their respects.
The UK Cabinet Office minister said he ‘can’t see’ Boris Johnson agreeing to another vote before the next general election.
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Measures including enhanced contact tracing and testing have been put in place after the UK identified dozens of cases of the "Delta plus" variant. Speaking this afternoon, the prime minister's spokesman said the government and Public Health England had put the precautions in place where the new coronavirus variant had been identified. Cases of the variant have been identified in the East Midlands, London, the North West, South East, South West and West Midlands as of 14 June.
The monarch met Boris Johnson at Buckingham Palace on Wednesday.
It was mixed fortunes for England and Scotland fans on Tuesday night.
Sharon Chapman, 47, and her daughter Lauren, 25, were spotted dealing from a BMW.
Re-run of the 2016 referendum would see a narrow win for Remain, according to Savanta ComRes survey.
Canada and 40 other countries, including France, have urged China to allow “immediate, meaningful and unfettered access” for independent observers to visit the western Xinjiang region amid human rights concerns. Meanwhile, Beijing has used the National Security Law to arrest staff at Hong Kong's sole remaining pro-democracy newspaper. The international call for access to Xinjiang came during a debate at the Human Rights Council, the UN's top rights body.The division at the council session expose
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The daily update also saw the highest number of deaths since April.
The Queen has met with Prime Minister Boris Johnson at Buckingham Palace for their first in-person audience since the coronavirus pandemic began. They last met face-to-face for their weekly audience15 months ago on March 11 2020.
The first trial under Hong Kong's new national security law began on Wednesday without a jury, a watershed moment for the financial hub's fast-changing legal landscape. Tong Ying-kit, 24, was arrested the day after the sweeping new law came into effect when he allegedly drove his motorcycle into a group of police officers during protests on July 1 last year.Footage showed his motorcycle was flying a flag that read "Liberate Hong Kong, revolution of our times", a popular pro-democracy protest slo
Dozens of Iranian-linked websites have been seized by the US Justice Department. Many of the 36 websites are violent organisations or associated with spreading disinformation, the department said. The DOJ said 33 of the websites were used by the Iranian Islamic Radio and Television Union (IRTVU) and the other three websites were operated by Kata'ib Hizballah (KH).
The government has backed a campaign calling on school children to celebrate One Britain One Nation Day this week by singing a patriotic song. The song, written by school children from Bradford, includes the lyrics: "We are Britain and we have one dream - to unite all people in one great team." School children are also encouraged to clap for one minute on Friday to recognise those people who helped during the pandemic.
Most NHS leaders say it is likely that another surge in Covid-19 cases will result in extra pressure.
Travel rules set to be updated as Downing Street raises possibility of exempting double-jabbed holidaymakers from quarantine.