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Coronavirus: Pubs can open at 6am tomorrow as lockdown measures are relaxed
Pubs in England will be allowed to open from 6am tomorrow as punters prepare to order their first pint in more than three months.
Safiyya Shaikh: London IS supporter who planned to blow up St Paul's Cathedral jailed
A West London mother who converted to Islam has been jailed for life for plotting to blow up St Paul's Cathedral during Easter celebrations.
Coronavirus: More than 50 countries will be exempt from COVID-19 travel quarantine
More than 50 countries will be exempt from England's coronavirus quarantine, the transport secretary has told Sky News.
Coronavirus: Five-mile travel restriction in Wales to be lifted from Monday
The five-mile restriction on travel in Wales will be lifted from Monday, First Minister Mark Drakeford has announced.
Coronavirus: PM says we're through the worst of COVID-19, but warns 'let's not blow it now, folks'
Boris Johnson has said the UK is "very much through the worst" of the coronavirus pandemic, but warned: "Let's not blow it now, folks."
Coronavirus: Elon Musk's Tesla denies firing employees who stayed home during lockdown
Tesla has denied firing employees who chose to stay at home during the coronavirus pandemic, contrary to media reports.
David Starkey splits with Cambridge over 'so many damn blacks' comment
Historian David Starkey has split with Cambridge after he said slavery was not genocide because there are "so many damn blacks" still around.
Hans Christian Andersen's Little Mermaid statue vandalised with 'racist fish' graffiti
The Copenhagen statue of Hans Christian Andersen's The Little Mermaid has been vandalised, with the phrase "racist fish" scrawled on its stone base in the Danish capital's harbour.
France: Jean Castex named new prime minister as Emmanuel Macron seeks to win back voters
France's new prime minister has been named as Jean Castex following the resignation of Edouard Philippe, triggering a government reshuffle.
Carbon monoxide 'likely' to have affected New Year's Eve crash pilot
A pilot whose seaplane crashed in 2017 killing five Britons is likely to have had his ability to fly impaired by carbon monoxide, according to investigators.