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Double-vaccinated Britons may be given the go-ahead within “weeks” for summer holidays in Mediterranean resorts without having to quarantine on their return, Matt Hancock signalled on Tuesday. The Health Secretary said he wanted to relax the restrictions on foreign travel, with millions of people still eager to head abroad to “amber” list countries. “It's something we are taking clinical advice on and we will have more to say in the weeks to come,” he told Times Radio.
Boris Johnson warned the UK faces a 'rough winter' and scientists have urged the government to prepare for a fourth wave towards the end of the year.
The show continued to broadcast live during the pandemic.
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The 'This Morning' presenter will appear in the next series of the murder mystery.
Downing Street said Boris Johnson will study the data this week and confirm a definite 'terminus date' on Monday.
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.
The former 'I'm A Celebrity' star has made his bid to talk to 'Strictly' bosses after they 'refused to talk to him'.
Filipino president Rodrigo Duterte has threatened to jail people if they refuse to get vaccinated against coronavirus. Mr Duterte, 76, said those who refuse to get a COVID-19 vaccine would be arrested or face deportation during a televised address on Monday. The Philippines has vaccinated just 1.99% of its population so far.
The new 'Countdown' host does not want to change the way she speaks for fear of offending people.
New Zealand weightlifter Laurel Hubbard has received an outpouring of support from prime minister Jacinda Ardern.
Boris Johnson’s former top adviser urged civil servants to issue the payment with ‘no procurement, no lawyers, no meetings, no delay’.
Outgoing DUP leader Edwin Poots said he had been given assurances by UK ministers to expect major changes.
The 'BBC Breakfast' host fainted twice during the 'routine procedure', despite having a high pain threshold.
Hong Kong's embattled pro-democracy newspaper Apple Daily has been hit by a wave of resignations as authorities push to silence the outspoken tabloid and staff mull whether to leave or stay until the bitter end.
Andrew Flintham, of Tui, said it is ‘inexplicable’ that more countries were not added to the green list earlier this month.
The minister admitted he could not stop the EU from deciding British works did not count as European under the bloc’s quota system.