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COVID-19: Quarantine-free travel for fully-vaccinated 'absolutely something' government working on - Hancock
Quarantine-free travel to amber list countries for people who have been fully vaccinated is "absolutely something" the government is "working on", the health secretary has told Sky News.
Terms such as 'white privilege' may have contributed to 'neglect' of disadvantaged white pupils, report by MPs finds
The use of terms including "white privilege" may have contributed to the "neglect" of white working-class pupils in the education system, a Commons committee has found.
Euro 2020: England qualify for knockout phase without kicking a ball - but Scotland still need a win
England have qualified for the knockout phase of Euro 2020 thanks to Monday night's results in Groups B and C.
Italy PM wants Euro 2020 final moved from Wembley to Rome due to rise in COVID infections
Italy's prime minister wants the Euro 2020 final to be moved from Wembley Stadium because of Britain's rising coronavirus infections.
Las Vegas Raiders' Carl Nassib becomes first active NFL player to say he is gay
A Las Vegas Raiders player has become the first active NFL player to announce he is gay.
COVID-19: Borrowing falls as furlough spending eases - but still second highest on record
UK borrowing fell to £24.3bn last month as the government spent less money on furlough and saw a boost from VAT and fuel tax, official figures show.
UK's new aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth proves object of curiosity for Russia
The UK's newest aircraft carrier is proving to be an object of curiosity for Russian military aircraft operating in the increasingly crowded Mediterranean.
Dating app Bumble closes for a week to let staff tackle 'collective burnout'
Bumble, the dating app where women make the first move, has closed its doors for a week to give its some 700 employees a "much-needed" break to destress.
Andy Murray on Naomi Osaka, injuries and supporting Scotland
With Wimbledon less than a week away, two-time champion Andy Murray is preparing to compete in the singles for the first time in four years.
Drinking four cups of coffee a day can reduce the risk of chronic liver disease, study suggests
Drinking up to four cups of coffee a day can help reduce the risk of chronic liver disease, a study has found.