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World number three Rafael Nadal on Thursday pulled out of Wimbledon and the Olympic Games citing a need to protect his body in order to prolong his career. The 35-year-old last played at the French Open in Paris where he was beaten in four gruelling sets by the eventual champion Novak Djokovic.In the immediate of the defeat on 11 June, Nadal hinted he might reconsider his schedule.On social media, he explained there was not enough time for him to recover for the start of Wimbledon on 28 June fol
The Supreme Court has ruled that a Catholic foster agency can legally turn away same-sex couples in a blow to LGBT+ families.
Almost 16,000 people could have been reinfected with Covid-19 in England, according to new research. Reinfections are defined as people who have tested positive for a second time at least 90 days after first testing positive for the virus. Of the 15,893 possible reinfections up to May 30, 53 have so far been confirmed by identifying genetically distinct specimens from each episode of illness, Public Health England (PHE) said.
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The UK has reported 11,007 new COVID cases and a further 19 deaths in the latest 24-hour period - but in four weeks infections could be lower than they are now, according to an expert. Today's number of new infections is the highest reported since 19 February when 12,027 cases were recorded. It comes as a leading COVID researcher says he believes the current wave "should be peaking around 10 to 14 days' time" and in a month's time cases could be lower than they are now and "more manageable".
Cops in Glasgow seized a “f**k the police” tote bag as “evidence” from the window of queer, anarchist Jewish café, and its founders are now facing criminal charges.
Sarah Green defeated Tory candidate Peter Fleet in the previously rock-sold Conservative seat.
Northwest England records highest level of infections though virus is spreading nationwide
Vaccine experts are expected to advise the government not to roll out jabs to all children.
Mr Poots resigned as leader of the DUP amid party anger at a UK Government pledge to grant Sinn Fein concessions on Irish language laws.
The singer is a passionate Scotland fan.
Billie Eilish’s boyfriend Matthew Tyler Vorce apologised Thursday (17 June) for using racist and homophobic slurs in years-old social media posts.
Highly contagious coronavirus variants are fuelling a surge in infections in Africa, the World Health Organization warned Thursday, while in Europe more governments eased their pandemic restrictions.
Chair of the Labour Party Anneliese Dodds has said that "there are issues of fairness" following recent reports which say that the government is considering allowing double vaccinated people to avoid quarantine on their return from amber list countries - but testing will still be required.
Gary Allen was found guilty of two murders 21 years apart on Thursday.
The star revealed her transformation on social media.
Iranians head to the polls Friday in a presidential election tipped in favour of an ultraconservative protégé of Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, fuelling public apathy amid the disqualification of moderate candidates. Follow FRANCE 24’s live coverage of the historic vote. More than 59 million Iranian citizens are eligible to vote in the nation of 80 million people. But with boycott calls, turnout will be a critical issue in the 2021 presidential election. Iran’s powerful Guardian Council
Owners of eco-friendly cars are planning to drive the furthest, according to a new survey.
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 UK has seen more than 75,000 cases of the dominant Delta variant, figures reveal.