Government abandons amber watchlist plans for travellers
Ministers have abandoned plans for an “amber watchlist” as Boris Johnson promised to keep travel rules as simple as possible..
Covid 19 app updated to cut number of people isolating as pingdemic continues
The NHS Covid-19 app is being updated so fewer contacts will be instructed to isolate after an increase in people being pinged since lockdown restrictions ended..
Team GB first gold in show jumping in more than 50 years
Great Britain’s eventing team won gold after producing a dominant display in the showjumping finale at Tokyo Equestrian Park..
Sturgeon invites Johnson to meet her in Edinburgh to discuss Covid recovery
Nicola Sturgeon has urged the Prime Minister to meet her to discuss the country’s recovery from coronavirus..
Emily Campbell secures Great Britains first womens Olympic weightlifting medal
Emily Campbell landed the first women’s Olympic weightlifting medal for Great Britain with silver in the +87kg category in Tokyo..
Tributes to boy 5 found dead in river as three held on suspicion of murder
Tributes have been paid to a “beautiful” five-year-old boy found dead in a river in South Wales after two adults and a teenager were arrested on suspicion of his murder..
New measures at Samaritans amid reports of volunteers meeting callers for sex
Samaritans has introduced new safeguarding “measures” amid allegations of incidents of helpline volunteers meeting vulnerable callers for sex..
Almost 2m more premises to benefit from 5bn gigabit broadband upgrade
Almost two million more premises across rural parts of England will be plugged into superfast internet as part of the Government’s £5 billion gigabit upgrade plan..
No traces of virus found in tests of railway stations and on trains
No traces of coronavirus were found in tests at four major railway stations and on intercity train services, Network Rail said..
Cyclists gruelling 280 mile bike ride raises funds for Jo Cox Foundation
Seventy mixed-ability cyclists have raised around £12,000 for the Jo Cox Foundation after cycling 280 miles..
Pressure to recall MPs over vaccine passports grows as Tories threaten revolt
Boris Johnson is facing a renewed backlash within his party over the “threat” of domestic vaccine passports..
University places will become much more competitive by 2025
Demand for university places is set to increase over the next few years, the chief executive of Ucas has warned..
Lewis Hamilton devastated by death of volunteer marshal at Brands Hatch
Lewis Hamilton has said he is “devastated” following the death of a volunteer marshal during a race meeting at the Brands Hatch circuit..
Rishi Sunak urges PM to relax UK travel rules to boost economy report
The Chancellor has warned Boris Johnson that the UK’s travel restrictions are “out of step” with its international rivals as he pushes for holiday rules to be relaxed, according to reports..
One in five planning to make staff redundant as furlough tapers off
Extra training is required to deal with the “many thousands” of redundancies being predicted as furlough support tapers off, the British Chamber of Commerce has said..
Food delivery and taxi hailing firms to offer Covid jab linked incentives
Food delivery and taxi-hailing companies are to offer discounted rides and meals for customers who get a Covid-19 jab to help boost vaccine uptake, the Government has announced..
Duncan Scott takes record for most medals at an Olympics by a British athlete
Duncan Scott has become the first British athlete to win four medals at a single Olympics..
Emma Wilson bags windsurfing bronze medal for Great Britain
A quarter of a century after her mother came up agonisingly short in her final Olympic regatta, Emma Wilson confirmed a windsurfing bronze medal for Great Britain in Enoshima..
Canada warns of fourth wave of coronavirus by end of summer
Canada’s chief public health officer said that the country could face a fourth wave of Covid-19, driven by the Delta variant, by the end of summer if restrictions are eased too quickly and before enough people have been vaccinated..
Team effort as GB quartets grab golds in swimming and triathlon relays
Adam Peaty’s partner said she was in tears after watching the British quartet win gold in the 4x100m medley relay..
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