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Officials consider how vaccines could open up summer holidays

Officials consider how vaccines could open up summer holidays

Officials consider how vaccines could open up summer holidays

16 June 2021

A Government spokeswoman confirmed that work has begun to ‘consider the role of vaccinations’ for inbound travel.


Sunak says pensions triple lock remains Government policy as he faces £4bn bill

Sunak says pensions triple lock remains Government policy as he faces £4bn bill

Sunak says pensions triple lock remains Government policy as he faces £4bn bill

16 June 2021

The pledge ensures that pensions rise annually by the highest out of average earnings growth, inflation or 2.5%.


Decorated officer wins appeal against her dismissal from Metropolitan Police

Decorated officer wins appeal against her dismissal from Metropolitan Police

Decorated officer wins appeal against her dismissal from Metropolitan Police

16 June 2021

She had been dismissed from the force with immediate effect after a special disciplinary hearing in March 2020.


Rain hits England to end sunny spell with days of storms expected

Rain hits England to end sunny spell with days of storms expected

Rain hits England to end sunny spell with days of storms expected

16 June 2021

The Met Office has issued weather warnings for thunderstorms for almost all of England over the next four days.


NI Secretary of State in talks with Sinn Fein and DUP to avert Stormont crisis

NI Secretary of State in talks with Sinn Fein and DUP to avert Stormont crisis

NI Secretary of State in talks with Sinn Fein and DUP to avert Stormont crisis

16 June 2021

Brandon Lewis flew into Belfast on Wednesday for talks, saying he is exploring ‘all options’ in his efforts to keep powersharing on track.


Matt Hancock calls for more data on end-of-life care and assisted dying

Matt Hancock calls for more data on end-of-life care and assisted dying

Matt Hancock calls for more data on end-of-life care and assisted dying

16 June 2021

The Health Secretary was speaking to the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Dying Well.


MPs back extension of Covid-19 restrictions until July 19

MPs back extension of Covid-19 restrictions until July 19

MPs back extension of Covid-19 restrictions until July 19

16 June 2021

MPs voted 461 to 60, a majority of 401, on Wednesday to approve regulations delaying the easing of the measures.


Gallant Charles helps Camilla put on her mask

Gallant Charles helps Camilla put on her mask

Gallant Charles helps Camilla put on her mask

16 June 2021

Betting on the colour of the Queen’s hat is a popular flutter among punters at Royal Ascot.


Fire brigade felt concerned about ‘offhand’ Grenfell risk assessor

Fire brigade felt concerned about ‘offhand’ Grenfell risk assessor

Fire brigade felt concerned about ‘offhand’ Grenfell risk assessor

16 June 2021

One brigade officer questioned Carl Stokes’ fire-risk assessments.


Met chief ‘no intention of resigning’ after force corruption claims

Met chief ‘no intention of resigning’ after force corruption claims

Met chief ‘no intention of resigning’ after force corruption claims

16 June 2021

Dame Cressida Dick hit back at findings from a damning report.


Mental health trust fined £1.5m for failings over deaths of 11 patients

Mental health trust fined £1.5m for failings over deaths of 11 patients

Mental health trust fined £1.5m for failings over deaths of 11 patients

16 June 2021

Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust was sentenced at Chelmsford Crown Court.


Two more arrests over shooting of black equal rights activist

Two more arrests over shooting of black equal rights activist

Two more arrests over shooting of black equal rights activist

16 June 2021

A 19-year-old man and a 25-year-old man were arrested on Wednesday on suspicion of conspiracy to murder.


What are the latest allegations in Dominic Cummings’ spat with Boris Johnson?

What are the latest allegations in Dominic Cummings’ spat with Boris Johnson?

What are the latest allegations in Dominic Cummings’ spat with Boris Johnson?

16 June 2021

Hancock’s ‘hopeless’, the Prime Minister’s exit plan and a thumbs-up approach to governance, here is a look at the claims from the former adviser.


Met chief hits back at claims force is institutionally corrupt

Met chief hits back at claims force is institutionally corrupt

Met chief hits back at claims force is institutionally corrupt

16 June 2021

Dame Cressida Dick also rejected accusations she obstructed the work of an inquiry into the Daniel Morgan Case.


Ruling awaited over whether PSNI is suitable to investigate Troubles cases

Ruling awaited over whether PSNI is suitable to investigate Troubles cases

Ruling awaited over whether PSNI is suitable to investigate Troubles cases

16 June 2021

Seven Supreme Court judges, who oversaw a remote hearing which lasted three days, said they would deliver a ruling on a date to be fixed.


Oxfam dismisses members of staff following investigation into abuses of power

Oxfam dismisses members of staff following investigation into abuses of power

Oxfam dismisses members of staff following investigation into abuses of power

16 June 2021

Allegations included nepotism, sexual misconduct and bullying.


Daily reported cases of Covid-19 top 9,000 for first time since February

Daily reported cases of Covid-19 top 9,000 for first time since February

Daily reported cases of Covid-19 top 9,000 for first time since February

16 June 2021

Nearly one in six local areas now have coronavirus rates higher than 100 cases per 100,000 people.


Labour to launch new policy-building project for post-Covid era

Labour to launch new policy-building project for post-Covid era

Labour to launch new policy-building project for post-Covid era

16 June 2021

Labour’s “road map” will cover six areas, including better jobs, a green and digital future and improved public services.


Harry Potter’s wand and eyeglasses could fetch thousands at auction

Harry Potter’s wand and eyeglasses could fetch thousands at auction

Harry Potter’s wand and eyeglasses could fetch thousands at auction

16 June 2021

The props feature in a Hollywood sale raising money for JK Rowling’s Lumos charity.


Convention centre which was a Nightingale Hospital frustrated by reopening delay

Convention centre which was a Nightingale Hospital frustrated by reopening delay

Convention centre which was a Nightingale Hospital frustrated by reopening delay

16 June 2021

Conventions are said to draw in 150,000 visitors a year to Harrogate.


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