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COVID-19: 'Unprecedented and remarkable' change needed to derail 19 July 'terminus date', Michael Gove says
19 July is the "terminus date" for England's remaining coronavirus restrictions and it would take an "unprecedented and remarkable" change in circumstances to derail that, Michael Gove has told Sky News.
Ireland to impose tighter restrictions on British travellers amid Delta variant concerns
The Irish government is set to announce an increase to the self-isolation period for British travellers, going up from five days to 10.
Daniel Morgan: Family of murdered private investigator hope for answers as long-awaited report due
The brother of murdered private investigator Daniel Morgan is hopeful his family will finally get some answers in their three decade-long fight for the truth surrounding the killing.
Boris Johnson hails 'new dawn' as UK and Australia agree free trade deal
The UK and Australia have agreed a free trade deal, the first agreement negotiated from scratch after Brexit.
'Love does conquer all, doesn't it?': Terminally ill bride to get her COVID-delayed wedding
Kat and Phil Southwell, are once again tweaking their wedding plans.
Woman falls from cliff near popular beach spot of Durdle Door
A woman has died after falling from a cliff at Man O'War beach near Durdle Door, Dorset.
COVID-19: NHS England to launch Long COVID services for children
The NHS is launching Long COVID services for children, as concerns grow about the number of young people experiencing long-term symptoms.
EastEnders' Janine is back! Charlie Brooks confirms BBC soap villain's return after seven years
One of EastEnders' biggest villains is back - with actress Charlie Brooks set to return as Janine Butcher after more than seven years.
COVID-19: Number of payrolled employees still 553k down on pre-pandemic level
The number of people in payrolled employment remains 553,000 down on its pre-pandemic level despite a widespread easing in coronavirus restrictions, according to official figures.
'Worrying' figures show 10,000 fewer people starting breast cancer treatment
Around 10,000 fewer breast cancer patients have started treatment in England over the past year, according Cancer Research UK.