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Each negative test would allow them to carry on as normal for 24 hours before taking another test the following day, The Times reports. “So of course it is an attractive option if shown to be safe.” Linda Bauld, professor of public health at the University of Edinburgh, said that other countries are already sparing people from self-isolation if they have been double jabbed.
‘I’ll play for free this year to live life how I’ve lived it from day one,’ Cole Beasley says
A searing heatwave is fuelling an extreme "mega drought" in the western US and prompted warnings about water shortages and wildfires. Blistering temperatures, which have topped 50C (122F) in the desert resort city of Palm Springs, California, have also put the country's fragile power grid under intense pressure as people crank up air conditioning in a bid to counter the scorching heat. The energy problems have been further exacerbated by rapidly falling water levels at reservoirs, threatening the shutdown of hydroelectric power plants.
A 23-year-old woman was found dead in Duckmanton at 8.40am on Friday, while the body of a man was found a few hours later.
Matt Hancock is reportedly keen to replace quarantine with daily testing.
Oliver Dowden has warned that basic democratic values can no longer be taken for granted.
A group of fifteen West African countries have adopted a new road map to launch a single currency in 2027 after its previous plans were derailed by the coronavirus pandemic. The new road map was agreed by heads of state of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), Jean-Claude Kassi Brou, president of the ECOWAS Commission, told a news conference after a summit of the leaders in Ghana on SaturdayThe countries hope a single currency will help to boost trade and economic growth"Due to
Up to 30mm of rain could fall in parts of south-east England on Saturday night, with no sign or clearer skies on the horizon.
Five police officers were injured overnight in western France as they broke up a 1,500-strong illegal rave, authorities said Saturday, with one party-goer losing a hand in the clashes. Police fired teargas to disperse the crowd, who defied an 11:00 pm coronavirus curfew on Friday and just stayed on into Saturday afternoon at a race course near Redon in Brittany.There were "very violent clashes" when 400 police intervened, local prefect Emmanuel Berthier said, adding the violence lasted more than
The Olympic gold medallist says as she’s got older, she’s had to learn to slow down
The Hollywood star appears on Piers Morgan’s Life Stories.
The former Spice Girl was shocked to see so many of her belongings appear as part of an online auction.
In a small, book-strewn apartment in Beijing's outskirts lives one of the last Chinese academics who refuses to be silenced by the ruling Communist Party's relentless crackdown on intellectuals.
Homophobic Massachusetts pastor Scott Lively has insisted we must “eschew the Q” in LGBTQ, because it stands for “reQruits”.
Thousands of young people queued outside London's Olympic Stadium on Saturday (June 19) as part of a mass-vaccination drive by the UK. They were greeted by a handful of anti-vaccination protesters led by Piers Corbyn and former nurse and fellow Covid conspiracy theorist Kay Allison Shemirani (who calls herself Kate). Most of those getting vaccinated said they found the protesters to be figures of ridicule and that they weren't to be taken seriously. A group of football fans even chanted in the protesters' direction, singing 'we got the jab.' The London Stadium is now occupied by West Ham United, with hundreds of season ticket holders getting vaccinated there according to one volunteer. Mr Corbyn, the brother of former labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, is well known for his conspiracy theories, including the notion that Covid-19 is caused by 5G -- a groundless belief shared by Ms Shemirani, who has been removed from the nursing register in the UK as a result.
The monarch could not hide her delight at being back at the famous Berkshire meet for the first time since 2019.
France and Turkey have agreed a "verbal ceasefire" after months of rancorous exchanges that strained relations between the Nato allies. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron met on the sidelines of the Nato summit this week, following rows on international crises such as Libya, Syria and Nagorno-Karabakh that led to bitter personal diatribes from the Turkish leader.Speaking on television on Friday, France's Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian welcomed
Dame Joan Collins had an abortion in the 1960s, while she was engaged to Hollywood actor Warren Beatty.
Sir Keir Starmer's top spin doctor has quit after Labour suffered another poor by-election result in which the party lost its deposit. Ben Nunn announced he was stepping down as the opposition leader's director of communications, after the party trailed in fourth behind the Green Party in the Chesham and Amersham poll. The departure of the top aide represents another blow to Sir Keir after Labour picked up 622 votes in the by-election securing just 1.6% of the vote - down from 12.9% at the last general election.
When Brontez Purnell sat down to write 100 Boyfriends, he knew he wasn’t going to have to try hard.