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Wally The Walrus gets his own pontoon built
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Russian athletes are still present at Tokyo 2020, despite a ban for the country over a state-sponsored doping scheme
Olympic gold medal-winning diver Tom Daley and his husband Dustin Lance Black give Homes & Property a tour of their south London warehouse home
Boris Johnson lifted the vast majority of the remaining Covid-19 restrictions in England on July 19, as the country moved to step four of its coronavirus lockdown roadmap. Every adult in the UK should have had the chance to have both doses of a coronavirus vaccine by mid-September, the Government said. The government has said it was not expecting work in offices to be completely back on July 19.
Germany will defend their women’s title, while Brazil are aiming to take gold again in the men’s tournament
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British athletes off to impressive start in Japan
The <a href="/topic/tokyo-olympics">Tokyo Olympics</a> got under way with the opening ceremony at the New National Stadium on Friday 23 July and concludes on Sunday 8 August
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Number 10 has said it is ‘crucial for people to quarantine in line with the app’s recommendation.
Heavy rainfall initiated flash flooding in Capitol Reef National Park in south-central Utah on July 27.This video shows water careening down Grand Wash, which is “normally dry,” according to the National Park.The National Weather Service reported storms moving northward throughout the day on June 27, and warned of heavy rain and lightning. Credit: Capitol Reef National Park via Storyful
Google parent Alphabet on Tuesday reported quarterly profit that had nearly tripled, as money poured in from ads on its search engine and YouTube video platform.
The summer bonanza of sport is about to get even bigger as the greatest spectacle on Earth blasts off in Tokyo. With Team GB gunning for another bumper medal haul, Kerry Potter meets five exciting names to watch (and cheer on)
Britain's Olympic heroes are to be approached to promote the Government's Covid vaccination campaign in an attempt to drive uptake among the young. The Telegraph understands that officials hope the most famous faces from Team GB at the games in Japan can be convinced to take part. It is the latest attempt to get around three million people aged 18 to 30 who have yet to come forward for a Covid jab to change their minds. The move raises the possibility of gold medal-winning diver Tom Daley and ot
The suspension of the pensions triple lock appears to be moving closer after it emerged last night that Conservative MPs are privately being canvassed on their views on dropping the manifesto commitment. The Telegraph can disclose that figures in the Department for Work and Pensions have started sounding out MPs as to whether they are supportive of ditching the Government guarantee on pensions increases. MPs believe the decision to reach out to them is a clear sign that a temporary suspension no
Nicola Sturgeon has hinted that she could break ranks with the UK and roll out vaccinations to all secondary school children amid concern from experts that the new term could be a "petri dish" for Covid variants. While a number of European countries, as well as the United States, have approved the rollout of the vaccine for all children over 12, the UK’s Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) has so far only recommended it for 12 to 17-year-olds with underlying health conditions
A once celebrated young Massachusetts mayor is urging a court to throw out a jury’s verdict convicting him of fraud and corruption, accusing prosecutors of carrying out an “unfair smear campaign in the courtroom.”
The 2020 Olympic Games, consistently one of the most-watched television events on the planet, are well under way. A global audience of more than 3.5billion people tuned in to both the 2012 Games in London and the 2016 Games in Rio. This year, with spectators barred from attending almost all events because of the coronavirus pandemic, fans will be more reliant than ever on TV coverage, whether they’re tuning in from their living rooms in Japan or on the other side of the world.
Police have bought up small boats in a bid to curtail Channel migrant crossings, The Telegraph understands. Officers have used the tactic as part of a series of operations to disrupt the supply of boats, the biggest expense for the people-smuggling gangs behind the record number of migrants crossing the Channel this year. It is understood officers have bought the boats not only to deny the gangs access to them but also to push up prices and reduce supply in an attempt to break the traffickers' c