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Everything you need to know about the latest travel announcements
The latest review of the UK’s travel restrictions is the most eagerly anticipated yet, with hopes that additions to the green list could mean a last-minute summer holiday abroad. From August 2, fully vaccinated people travelling from the EU and the US can enter the UK without having to quarantine. The rumoured amber watchlist could put thousands of holidaymakers at risk of having to stay in hotel quarantine.
British athletes continue to impress in Japan
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Tenants are turning up at housing courts hoping for last-minute reprieves from looming evictions after the federal eviction ban ended over the weekend
The Welsh actress has three other children with her husband, English actor James Thornton.
If education is such a great investment, it deserves serious international backingThe World Bank and IMF should step in to finance a recovery of children’s learning chances devastated by the pandemic Schoolchildren in the Ouakam neighbourhood of Dakar, Senegal. Photograph: Zohra Bensemra/Reuters
Authorities in Wuhan on Tuesday said they would test its entire population for Covid-19 after the central Chinese city where the coronavirus emerged reported its first local infections in more than a year. The city of 11 million is "swiftly launching comprehensive nucleic acid testing of all residents", senior Wuhan official Li Tao said at a press conference on Tuesday.Authorities announced on Monday that seven locally transmitted infections had been found among migrant workers in the city, brea
Simone Biles took home the bronze medal after returning to the Tokyo Olympics to compete in the beam final on Aug. 3, and while her epic routine is what obviously deserves the most attention here, there was also one tiny detail we couldn't help but call out: her Olympics-themed nail art. The gymnast competed in the event wearing a double french manicure design with traditional white tips outlined on each finger by red, yellow, blue, green, and black - aka the five colors featured in the Olympics logo. Biles is one of many athletes who have been freely expressing themselves at the Olympics through colorful hairstyles, makeup looks, and nail art.
Scotland’s First Minister will say whether or not most measures implemented as a result of the pandemic are to be lifted on Monday August 9 as hoped.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has welcomed Belarusian opposition leader Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya at 10 Downing Street. The visit comes after Belarusian Olympic sprinter Krystsina Tsimanouskaya was granted a humanitarian visa by Poland as she says she feared for her safety at the Tokyo games. Meanwhile, police in Ukraine have launched a murder probe following the death of Belarusian activist Vitaly Shishov who was found hanged in a park in Kyiv.
The three-time Olympic champion withdrew because of an ‘ongoing back and sciatica issue’.
Macaques at Japan reserve get first alpha female in 70-year history. Yakei took top spot after roughing up Sanchu, the alpha male who had been leader of ‘troop B’ on the island of Kyushu for five years
BP boosted its dividend and share buybacks on Tuesday, sending its shares up by over 5%, after beating expectations with a $2.8 billion second-quarter profit powered by higher oil prices and recovering demand. The strong results, underpinned by higher sales at petrol stations, went some way towards easing investors' concerns over BP's plan to shift away from oil and gas to renewable and low-carbon energy to combat climate change. The 4% dividend increase coupled with a $1.4 billion share repurchase over the next three months drove BP shares 5.6% higher by 1130 GMT, exceeding peers Royal Dutch Shell and TotalEnergies, which were up by over 2%.
Authorities in Wuhan on Tuesday said they would test its entire population for Covid-19 after the central Chinese city where the coronavirus emerged reported its first local infections in more than a year.
The actor and model criticised the show on Twitter
TOKYO (Reuters) -Simone Biles retook the gymnastics stage on Tuesday after a week's absence, electrifying the Tokyo Olympics on a day that saw world records smashed and organisers investigate Belarus's treatment of an athlete now in diplomatic protection. The return of the American, considered by many the greatest gymnast ever, ensured a blockbuster finale https://www.reuters.com/lifestyle/sports/gymnastics-chinas-guan-wins-gold-balance-beam-2021-08-03 for the sport at the Ariake Gymnastics Centre as Biles took the bronze. She had abruptly dropped out of the team event seven days ago, citing mental health issues and increasing global awareness of the pressures elite athletes face.
Tuesday briefing: Brexit and Covid shortages ‘to get worse’Lack of HGV drivers blamed for gaps on shelves … Johnson drops plans for amber travel watchlist … and how cannabis could tackle brain tumours Supermarket shortages have continued as hauliers struggle to recruit drivers. Photograph: Matthew Horwood/Getty Images
Little movement in London markets after US stocks decline due to Covid fears as seven-day average of daily cases surpasses last year’s levels
The British pairing of Dylan Fletcher and Stuart Bithell won a superb gold medal at the Tokyo Games on Tuesday before revealing that they named their 49er skiff after British royal Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, to inspire them. "I just remember I kept on saying, 'Go on girl, go on girl,' ... (it's named) Kate, after our princess," an exuberant Fletcher told reporters following their tremendous victory in the medal race. "Maybe she'll come and say hi now," team mate Bithell said of the 39-year-old who is married to Prince William.