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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.
COVID-19: All over-18s in England able to book coronavirus vaccine by end of the week, NHS boss expects
All adults in England are expected to be able to book a COVID jab by the end of this week - as the head of the NHS said a new treatment for infected people is on the way.
Christian Eriksen thanks well-wishers as he recovers from cardiac arrest - 'it means a lot'
Danish footballer Christian Eriksen has thanked well-wishers from around the world after suffering a cardiac arrest during his team's opening Euro 2020 game.
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.
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.
Martin Bashir Princess Diana interview scandal: Trust in journalist was 'abused and misplaced', former BBC director-general tells MPs
Former BBC director-general Lord Tony Hall has told MPs that he "trusted" Martin Bashir and "gave him a second chance" - but that trust was "abused and misplaced" and the journalist "took us all in".
Ikea fined and ex-executive handed suspended jail term in spying case
The French subsidiary of Ikea has been fined €1m (£861,000) and a former executive handed a suspended jail term over accusations that employees were illegally spied on for many years.
In The Heights: Lin-Manuel Miranda addresses 'colourism' criticism of new film - 'I can hear the hurt'
Filmmaker Lin-Manuel Miranda has said he is "truly sorry" for a lack of Afro-Latino actors in lead roles for his new musical In The Heights, saying: "We fell short."
Mexico crocodile attack: Twin describes how she punched animal as it death rolled her sister
The British woman who saved her twin sister from a crocodile attack in Mexico has described how she punched the animal on its nose as it tried to death roll her.
COVID-19: Global coronavirus cases fall for seventh week in a row - longest decline since start of pandemic, says WHO
The number of new coronavirus cases has dropped for seven weeks in a row - the longest decline since the start of the pandemic, according to the head of the World Health Organization (WHO).