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Tuesday, Jul 27, 2021
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Brits with two jabs won't need to quarantine
Britain is a "high incidence" area but Germany will relax the need for quarantine rules for some travellers, Angela Merkel says.
Afghanistan: 'Most British troops have quietly withdrawn' following 20-year waste of time, money and lives for nothing
The UK PM is to chair a National Security Council meeting on Monday to decide the future shape of the UK footprint in Afghanistan, following U.S. withdrawn.
‘Ridiculous’: Starmer criticises PM for seeking credit for Hancock’s exit
Labour leader also hits out at Boris Johnson for dismissing story as only of interest to ‘Westminster bubble’
Millions of jobs and a shortage of applicants. Welcome to the new economy
There's a problem at James Hook's chicken farms, and it has nothing to do with poultry.
Russia's Putin accuses UK and US of military provocation
Russia's Vladimir Putin has accused the UK and US military of staging a "complex provocation," after British warship HMS Defender sailed near the coast of Russian-annexed Crimea.
UK government set for leading role in insuring live entertainment
The British government is expected to announce an insurance scheme in the coming weeks for live events, including festivals, theatre and sports, to allow them to go ahead despite the pandemic, insurance industry sources said.
Dominic Raab’s mobile number freely available online for last decade
Exclusive: Finding raises questions for security services weeks after similar revelations about PM’s number
UK health minister used private emails for government business, No 10 admits
Downing Street’s defence of Lord Bethell saying he abided by rules contradicts earlier statement
For UK foreign secretary, simply having a mobile represents a security risk
Analysis: UK prides itself on GCHQ’s cyber capability – so availability of Raab’s number will have been embarrassing for him
Covid-19: End of England's Covid rules still set for 19 July
The final easing of lockdown measures in England is still set for 19 July, the new health secretary has said.
Britain's 'freedom day' will come on July 19, says government
Britain will lift most of its remaining COVID-19 restrictions on July 19 in what has been dubbed "Freedom Day", the government said on Monday despite fears that an increase in coronavirus cases could lead to more deaths.
How is Britain's financial services industry faring after Brexit?
It’s an industry that, in 2019, contributed nearly $200 billion to the U.K.’s economy, and supported nearly a million jobs.
UK military may have to postpone ‘sensitive’ discussions after top brass ordered to self-isolate over positive Covid-19 test
UK Defence Secretary Ben Wallace and a group of senior commanders have been ordered to quarantine after the head of the country’s armed forces tested positive for coronavirus, complicating military decision-making.
Health minister Helen Whately used private email for government work
Exclusive: social care minister’s use of Gmail will raise further questions after reports about Matt Hancock
EU rules UK data protection is ‘adequate’ in boost for business
Decision that allows information to continue to flow to and from UK could be revoked ‘immediately’
Brexit BOOM! British business urged to ‘end fixation on Europe’ and go global
BREXIT is giving the UK a chance to "move on from our fixation on Europe", and become a truly global trading nation, according to an economics writer.
Hancock affair: PM has ‘serious questions’ to answer, says Labour
Sir Keir Starmer queries award of Covid contracts, issuance of aide’s parliamentary pass and leak of CCTV
Sadiq Khan calls for ‘proper investigation’ after Hancock resignation
The Health Secretary sensationally quit on Saturday night amid growing public outrage at the hypocrisy at the heart of Government
How Matt Hancock footage got leaked to press, UK to investigate
Conservative Party Member of Parliament Brandon Lewis said the department will be launching an internal investigation into the matter to find out how the footage was leaked.
Matt Hancock whisked mistress aide Gina away on romantic G7 summit break after claims he was ‘sh**ging on taxpayer cash’
Matt Hancock is set to face fresh questions over whether he was "sh**ging on taxpayer cash" amid claims he took his mistress to the G7 health summit.
UK's Former Finance Minister Sajid Javid Appointed As Health Minister
Sajid Javid resigned as Finance Minister last year after he refused to fire his political advisers as demanded by Johnson.
Matt Hancock resigns as health secretary after day of humiliation
Ex-chancellor Sajid Javid is made health secretary but Boris Johnson’s authority suffers blow from resignation
Blow to Johnson’s authority as his health minister loses all support
From his local Tory party to senior NHS figures, pressure on Matt Hancock mounted until he was unable to carry on
Matt Hancock, Britain's beleaguered health secretary, resigns after being caught kissing aide
Matt Hancock resigned as Britain's Health Secretary Saturday, one day after he apologized for breaching Covid regulations.
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