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Russian athletes are still present at Tokyo 2020, despite a ban for the country over a state-sponsored doping scheme
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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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Scots will be “disadvantaged” at airports because the SNP Government has not developed a digital Covid pass for international trips, travel industry leaders have warned. It is feared that Scots could face lengthy queues at airports and could be banned from using e-gates as, unlike in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, there is only a paper-based system to prove vaccination status. SNP ministers had promised that “fully digital” travel certificates would be available by this summer, but despite
British athletes off to impressive start in Japan
Authorities say three men who were found dead at the entrance of a quarry in western Wisconsin were forced to kneel on the ground and shot multiple times over a $600 debt
Ben Roberts-Smith case: ‘cruel’ soldiers planted radio on alleged murder victim to frame him, court hearsAfghan witness who says he was violently interrogated by Australian soldiers has told court unarmed dead man did not know how to work a radio• Download the free Guardian app; get our morning email briefing An Afghan witness in Ben Roberts-Smith’s defamation trial told the court foreign troops in Afghanistan ‘killed innocent people’. Photograph: Mick Tsikas/AAP
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Red Bull failed in their bid for Hamilton’s 10-second penalty to be reviewed.
Businesses should ensure their staff are vaccinated before returning to the workplace, a Cabinet minister has suggested. Dominic Raab, the First Secretary of State, said on Thursday that it was a "smart policy" for companies to insist on staff being double jabbed in order to come back to the office. A government source told The Telegraph ministers wanted firms to advise their staff to take up the jab and "explain why it's obviously a sensible thing to do to protect yourself and others". Mr Raab'
Asos, the online fashion giant, has appointed an external law firm to investigate allegations of sexual harassment. The decision was taken after anonymous posts were published on Instagram in the spring, accusing the £3.8 billion company of being a “boys club” where inappropriate behaviour had occurred. It is understood the probe by specialist employment lawyers is ongoing and staff have been interviewed. While the claims about the fashion company were anonymous, an investigation by The Telegrap
An inspector found that other sites were not as suitable as Victoria Tower Gardens.
The family of Henrietta Lacks -- a Black woman whose cells, harvested without her knowledge, were used for several medical breakthroughs -- announced plans Thursday to sue the big pharmaceutical giants that profited from those discoveries.
Sections of a contract between the two parties appeared to show an agreement ‘not to damage the goodwill and reputation’ of the company.
‘Smart’ for firms to insist returning staff are fully vaccinated, says Dominic RaabForeign secretary says he ‘can understand’ why businesses would want to adopt a tough stanceCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverage Commuters walk over London Bridge during the morning rush hour in London. Photograph: Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP/Getty Images
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Belgium’s Claire Michel finished last during the women’s triathlon final
The U.S. Navy said Thursday that charges have been filed against a sailor who is accused of starting a fire last year that destroyed a warship docked off San Diego