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The Prince of Wales gave the Duke and Duchess of Sussex a "substantial sum" of money in the months following their stepping down as senior royals, despite the Duke claiming his family "literally cut me off financially". Newly published accounts show that Charles continued to provide money for Harry and Meghan until the summer of 2020, while Harry told Oprah Winfrey the pair stopped getting money from the Royal Family in the first quarter of that year. A senior Clarence House spokesperson said the Prince of Wales provided the money to help his younger son become financially independent.
The UK Government said that there had been a further 16,135 lab-confirmed Covid-19 cases in the UK – the highest reported daily toll since February 6. The Government also said a further 19 people had died within 28 days of testing positive for Covid-19 as of Wednesday, bringing the UK total to 128,027. Separate figures published by the Office for National Statistics show there have been 153,000 deaths registered in the UK where Covid-19 was mentioned on the death certificate.
Cristiano Ronaldo kept Portugal alive in Euro 2020 with two penalties to cancel out a brace from France's Karim Benzema in an enthralling 2-2 draw that sent both sides into the last 16 in a breathless conclusion to Group F on Wednesday. Benzema confirmed his return from international exile with his first goals for France for more than five years after being recalled for the tournament.But it was Ronaldo who again grabbed the headlines as he equalled the world record 109 international goals score
Starmer starting to pick away at the PM’s vulnerabilities on crime and security
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 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 Government’s travel lists will be updated on Thursday.
As many as 10 times as many people are dying from flu and pneumonia in England and Wales than from Covid, according to official figures. Weekly data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show there were 84 death certificates mentioning Covid in the week ending June 11. In the previous week, 98 Covid deaths were recorded, meaning this week it has dropped by 14 per cent.
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 UK Cabinet Office minister said he ‘can’t see’ Boris Johnson agreeing to another vote before the next general election.
Britain's royal family for the first time revealed how many ethnic minority staff it employs on Thursday, and admitted it has not made sufficient progress on diversity.
There was little sign of what was to come when the distinctive voice of Britney Spears echoed around the courtroom for the first time. Asked by the court clerk to confirm who exactly was on the telephone line, it took her a second or two to realise that the question was directed at her. With that, and with the judge's warning that she shouldn't be interrupted, Britney Spears confirmed that she did indeed have "a lot to say".
There will be no "legal compulsion" to wear face masks once England's coronavirus restrictions are lifted, the environment secretary has told Sky News, as he said he will ditch his face covering when the rule is scrapped. George Eustice said the government wants "all of the legal requirements to do things to be taken away completely" at step four of its roadmap for lifting COVID-19 measures, which is currently scheduled for 19 July. "But the objective of that final stage is to remove the legal requirement to do these things."
The comedian admitted her initial reaction was anger.
Malta and the Balearic Islands are among a ‘handful’ of places being considered for quarantine-free trips, it has been reported.
The Times reported that the duchess allegedly drove out two personal assistants and ‘humiliated’ staff on several occasions, which she denies.
In a bombshell claim, Britney Spears has said she wants to have a baby – but her conservatorship has blocked her from taking her IUD out.
Antivirus creator John McAfee, 75, was found dead in his prison cell in Barcelona after the Spanish high court had authorised his extradition to the US, the Catalan justice department said, confirming an earlier report from El Mundo newspaper. Everything points it could be a death by suicide, the department said in a statement.The high court had agreed earlier on Wednesday to extradite him back to the US where he faces tax evasion charges. McAfee, who was arrested at Barcelona airport in October
Buckingham Palace has said it "must do more" to increase the diversity of its workforce after publishing for the first time its numbers of ethnic minority staff. The royal household has revealed in its annual financial accounts for 2020-2021 that its proportion of employees from ethnically diverse backgrounds stands at 8.5%, with a target of 10% for 2022. In March, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex accused the Royal Family of racism in their Oprah Winfrey interview.