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COVID-19: Boris Johnson says it's 'looking good' for 19 July - but won't rule out further lockdowns in the winter
The prime minister has said it is "looking good" for 19 July to be the "terminus point" for England's coronavirus restrictions - but did not rule out the prospect of further lockdowns in the winter.
COVID-19: Government looking to drop 10-day self-isolation rules for people who've had two jabs, Matt Hancock says
The health secretary has told Sky News the government is looking at scrapping the 10-day self-isolation requirement for people who have had two jabs.
Billy Gilmour: Scotland midfielder will miss final Euro 2020 group match against Croatia after positive COVID test
Scotland midfielder Billy Gilmour will miss his team's final Euro 2020 Group D match against Croatia after testing positive for COVID-19, the Scottish FA has confirmed.
Prince William celebrates 39th birthday after being pictured at running event with George and Charlotte
Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge, celebrates his 39th birthday today.
Stonehenge: Live feed of summer solstice pulled as crowds ignore coronavirus safety guidelines
A live feed of the summer solstice sunrise at Stonehenge was pulled after people disregarded coronavirus guidelines not to travel to the site.
Advice issued on how to keep your car safe as catalytic converter thefts rise by 104% in a year
Thefts of catalytic converters have surged by more than 100% in a year, according to new research.
COVID-19: One million jabs booked in two days - now, social networks encouraging young people to get theirs
Snapchat, YouTube, TikTok and Reddit are involved in a new campaign encouraging more young people to get their coronavirus jab.
COVID-19: Nicola Sturgeon accuses Andy Burnham of 'generating spat' with her over Greater Manchester travel ban
Nicola Sturgeon has accused Andy Burnham of "generating a spat" with her over Scotland's newly-imposed Greater Manchester travel ban, as the political fallout from the decision continues.
Heading to the office two or three days a week? Train travel is about to get cheaper
Flexible rail tickets will be available in England from today, offering savings on certain routes for those who travel two or three days a week.
Climate change could make South Downs ripe for wine-making boom, study finds
Climate change could help turn part of southern England into a wine-growers’ paradise, a report has found.