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Boris Johnson says anyone arriving in the UK will be asked to take a PCR test for Covid-19 on the second day and must self-isolate until they provide a negative test. The prime minister also announces the rules of face coverings in shops and on public transport will be tightened.
Richard Dawson and Circle: Henki review – a botanical rock classic. (Domino)A sprawling epic written from the perspective of a seed and a lament for an ancient tree are highlights on this inspired collaboration
Civil servants have been banned from inviting “woke” speakers who criticise Boris Johnson’s policies to address internal events in Whitehall, a leaked memo reveals.
The Irishman maintains ‘patience’ is key but has seen encouraging signs during his rehabilitation after a broken leg suffered in defeat to Dustin Poirier
Paddy McGuinness has a frank chat about autism and parenting with Paul Scholes in his new documentary.
World nations gather Monday to thrash out whether to pursue a pandemic treaty setting out how to handle the next crisis -- which experts fear is only a matter of time.
Joe Trivelli’s recipes for pici in red wine, caserecce with langoustines, squash soup and zuppa di crauti. A selection of hearty winter dishes inspired by a favourite Italian rail canteen
So the new variant has a name, but we've no idea about its reputation.
The mutation of the Omicron variant could be down to "reservoirs" of the virus lurking in the unvaccinated and immunosuppressed.
Gunshots rang out on Black Friday inside a packed Washington state mall, injuring one person as hundreds of other shoppers hid inside stores
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Health Secretary Sajid Javid says he "won't hesitate to take further action" after the UK Health Security Agency detected cases of a new coronavirus variant in Brentwood and Nottingham. The UK Health Security Agency confirmed the cases, which are both believed to be connected and linked to travel to southern Africa, after genomic sequencing overnight.
Morrison caps off a wild week in parliament with a unifying bout of troll-busting. With the government divided over voter ID, integrity and religious discrimination legislation, the PM announced a bill everyone could get behind
Today we debunk photos shared on Facebook claiming to show "Russian ships arriving in Algeria to support Mali". Also, a slip of the tongue by the French Polynesian president Édouard Fritch is ripe for manipulation. Our team fact-check two stories circulating on social media, that should not be taken at face value.
While the red weather warning expired in the early hours of Saturday, the Met Office said amber and yellow warnings for wind remained in place.
Thomas Tuchel is convinced Romelu Lukaku will still be a game-changing signing for Chelsea – despite the European champions thriving in his absence. Chelsea have powered on in the Premier League and Europe despite their club record £97.5million striker being side-lined with an ankle injury for the past month. An unbeaten run in all competitions has included thumping wins against Norwich and Juventus – but Tuchel is adamant the return of Lukaku cannot come soon enough.
Australia wants social media platforms to out 'wild west' of 'bots, bigots and trolls' using new law
At least two people have been killed as Storm Arwen brought gusts of almost 100mph, causing widespread disruption across the UK.
Susanna Reid was the victim of a knife crime 25 years ago, when a man tried to mug her and slashed through her clothes and bag with his weapon.