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COVID-19: Ministers consider dropping self-isolation for those with two coronavirus jabs
The government is considering dropping forced self-isolation for those who have had two coronavirus jabs, Sky News understands.
Royal Ascot: Queen waves to the crowd as she arrives to cheer on four of her horses
The Queen has arrived at Royal Ascot, attending the famous Berkshire meet for the first time since 2019.
Bodies of man and woman found in fields near Derbyshire village
Bodies of a man and woman have been found within hours of each other in fields near a village in Derbyshire.
Euro 2020: Clean-up and 30 arrests after England-Scotland clash in London
A clean-up is under way and police have made 30 arrests after Friday night's goalless Euro 2020 clash between England and Scotland.
COVID-19: UK's longest-known COVID patient was 'begged' by wife not to end treatment before he died
The wife of the UK's longest-known COVID patient has revealed she "begged" him not to withdraw his treatment after he told her: "I just want to die" - as she paid tribute to him following his death.
Man appeals for 'guardian angel' who saved his life after he suffered a stroke in London street
A man who had a stroke and collapsed in the street is trying to track down the "guardian angel" who saved his life.
UK weather: Parts of England have seen a month's rainfall in a single day
Flood warnings have been enforced across the country for the weekend after parts of southeast England saw a month's worth of rainfall in one day.
COVID-19: Almost all of UK's coronavirus cases are Delta as variant infections rise by more than 33,000 in a week
The Delta variant now accounts for almost all of the UK's coronavirus cases, according to Public Health England.
Euro 2020: England fans couldn't get away from the stadium quickly enough. Scotland's fans stayed to sing
The difference at the end was how the two sets of supporters left the stadium. England couldn't get away quick enough, while Scotland stayed to sing.
Brexit: 'Peace or protocol?' - Loyalist protesters say the government has a choice to make
They were beating the drums so hard in Newtownards, County Down, you could almost have heard them in Downing Street.