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Britons rush to book holidays after plan to ease coronavirus restrictions revealed
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Hancock in talks with countries over vaccine travel passport
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Elton John and Michael Caine star in vaccine PSA
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Bank of England: Vaccine rollout will help economic recovery
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'Hard to compute the sorrow': Johnson as UK passes 100,000 dead
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Britons break out sledges to enjoy snow during national lockdown
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Storm Christoph: Britons reduced to tears after severe floods damage homes for a second year
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UK regains independence: New identity for the British public
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Spain: British anti-Brexit bar throws mock EU goodbye party
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Divided UK casts off into Brexit unknown
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Review into whether Britons will need 'vaccine passports' to enter pubs or theatresThe government will conduct a review of the "deep and complex" issues around whether Britons should be asked to show a "vaccine passport" before entering venues such as a pub or theatre, the prime..
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Australian Open: Alfie Hewett and Gordon Reid win wheelchair doubles titlesBritons Alfie Hewett and Gordon Reid beat Stephane Houdet and Nicolas Peifer to defend their Australian Open men's wheelchair doubles title.
COVID test on your night out? PM sees 'route forward' for reopening nightclubsBritons could be allowed to return to nightclubs and theatres with the use of rapid coronavirus tests, the prime minister has suggested.
Briton facing jail for sneaking out of Singapore quarantine hotel room to see fianceeA British man is facing up to six years in a Singapore jail after sneaking out of his quarantine hotel room to visit his fiancee in another.
Domestic vaccine certificates 'under consideration', Raab admitsVaccine certificates to let Britons prove they have been inoculated against coronavirus are "under consideration", the foreign secretary has suggested.
'You haven't missed your chance': Eligible Britons urged to come forward if they haven't had a jab yetAnyone eligible for a vaccine who has not yet had a jab is being urged to come forward - with Britons in top priority groups being told it isn't too late to receive one.
Government 'doing everything we can' to allow summer holidays this yearHealth Secretary Matt Hancock has told Sky News the government is "doing everything we can" to allow Britons to enjoy a summer holiday this year.
Minister casts doubts on foreign holidays or UK staycations this summerBritons might not be able to enjoy a holiday either in the UK or abroad this summer, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has admitted.
Eight Britons arrested over hacking phones of US celebritiesEight British men have been arrested for allegedly hacking the phones of US celebrities.
'Too early to say' if Britons can make summer holiday plansBritons have been told the more "elaborate" their hopes for summer holiday plans the less certainty there is about whether they can go ahead.
Australian Open draw: Dan Evans to play Cameron Norrie in first roundBritons Dan Evans and Cameron Norrie will play one another in the first round of the Australian Open, while Johanna Konta faces Kaja Juvan.
Britons most likely to take up COVID vaccine offer, while French remain scepticalBritons are more likely than any other nationality to take up the offer of a coronavirus vaccine - while the French are the most sceptical.
Katie Boulter beaten by Naomi Osaka, Johanna Konta loses & Dan Evans wins in MelbourneBritons Johanna Konta and Katie Boulter fall to battling three-set defeats in Melbourne, while Dan Evans advances.
Poisonous fume leak blamed for seaplane crash that killed five BritonsThe pilot of a seaplane carrying five Britons who died when it crashed into a bay had been left confused and disoriented by poisonous exhaust fumes, according to investigators.
At 60, some ethnic minority groups only have similar health to a white Briton who is 80The NHS is "failing" people from some ethnic minority backgrounds, according to the most extensive study of the issue in England.
Six Britons among 89 foreigners fined for breaking COVID rules at Thai partyDozens of foreigners who violated coronavirus regulations by attending a party at a bar on an island in Thailand have received fines and a suspended jail sentence.
Six Britons among 89 foreigners arrested at Thai bar after COVID crackdownSix Britons have been arrested after Thai police raided a party at a bar - in an operation targeting suspected COVID rule-breakers.
'Far too early' for Britons to think about booking summer holidaysIt is "far too early" for Britons to be thinking about booking a summer holiday, a minister has told Sky News.
Holidays to Spain could be delayed 'until end of summer'Britons hoping to escape to Spain could have their holiday plans cancelled following reports the Spanish prime minister said the country would not welcome international tourists until the "end of..
'Quite pleasant, painless': New mass vaccination centres get thumbs-up on their first day of operationPensioners who today joined more than four million Britons who have now received their first coronavirus vaccine dose have described the experience as "quite pleasant" and a reason to feel "more..
COVID-19 deaths prompt call for two weeks' paid bereavement leaveBritons should be entitled to two weeks' paid bereavement leave following the death of a partner or close relative, campaigners say.
WTA Abu Dhabi: Heather Watson beats Jodie Burrage as Britons return to tourHeather Watson fights back to beat Jodie Burrage as the British pair return to WTA action in Abu Dhabi.
Revealed: Top holiday destinations Britons are booking for 2021 despite new lockdownsWith holidays cancelled and the chill of winter making our daily park walks ever less appealing, the idea of a sunny getaway is on the minds of many as the UK faces up to weeks of lockdown across all..
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British embassy confirms Brits can travel to Spain from June 21The British embassy in Spain confirmed on Monday that British citizens will be allowed to travel to the Iberian country when it opens its borders next Sunday, but still advised against any..
Digital love: Britons to embrace lessons of COVID-19 dating as rules easeThose looking for love during the COVID-19 pandemic have had to adapt to lockdown dating, but innovations such as video "pre-dates" may end up outliving the coronavirus as restrictions on liaisons are..
European tourist hotspots hope to lure Britons despite quarantineWith Britons still unsure if they can travel to holiday in Europe this summer, its restaurants, hotels and bars are increasingly anxious about losing their business.
Fleeing Brexit, Britons drive up German 'naturalisations'Britons drove up an increase in the number of foreigners obtaining German citizenship last year, with more naturalised than in any year since Britain's 2016 referendum vote to leave the European Union,..
Under new guidelines, Britons plan for a different kind of BBQPeople across Britain plan to invite friends and family to barbecues in their gardens with the latest easing of social distancing measures on Monday, but a list of rules will make them a little more..
Britons clap their support for health workersBritons took to their doorsteps and balconies on Thursday to show their appreciation for health workers on the front line of the coronavirus crisis, in what could be the last such celebration.
Britons bristle at explanation of Johnson aide's lockdown tripBritish Prime Minister Boris Johnson says people should make up their own minds about the decision of his senior aide Dominic Cummings to drive 250 miles (400 km) from London during lockdown. The early..
Under fire over lockdown trip, close aide to UK's Johnson toughs it outBritish Prime Minister Boris Johnson's closest aide refused to resign on Monday, saying he had done nothing wrong by driving 250 miles from London to access childcare when Britons were being told to..
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Johnson tells Britons to 'Stay Alert' as lockdown easing startsBritish Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Sunday urged people to "stay alert" to coronavirus risks, as he prepared to outline plans for gradually easing lockdown measures that have shuttered much of the..
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'Never give up, never despair': Queen praises Britons on VE DayBritain's Queen Elizabeth honoured those who died in World War Two on Friday, the 75th anniversary of Victory in Europe Day, and used the occasion to say she was proud of how people had responded to..
Duchess Kate launches photo project to capture lockdown BritainKate, Britain's Duchess of Cambridge, launched a project on Thursday to encourage Britons to submit pictures of their current daily lives and the work of "Helpers and Heroes" to capture a snapshot of..
Britons' anxiety doubles after COVID-19 lockdownMore than twice as many British people reported a high level of anxiety after the coronavirus lockdown compared with the end of 2019, according to official figures on Monday which show widespread..
Britons fear leaving homes even if lockdown lifted, poll showsMany Britons would be uncomfortable leaving their homes even if the government ordered the lifting of strict coronavirus lockdown restrictions in a month's time, according to a poll on Friday.
Newly recovered UK leader Johnson joins applause for coronavirus carersPrime Minister Boris Johnson joined in a nationwide round of applause on Thursday to thank hospital and care workers battling the coronavirus pandemic, as many Britons also sang happy birthday to..
UK lays on more flights to evacuate Covid-19 stranded Brits from IndiaThe UK on Thursday announced seven further charter flights to bring over 2,000 stranded British travellers stranded in India due to the coronavirus pandemic lockdown back home to the UK.All the new..
UK PM Johnson thanks Britons for abiding by lockdown on return to workPrime Minister Boris Johnson thanked Britons for abiding by the lockdown as he returned to work on Monday after recovering from a serious COVID-19 infection, saying Britain was turning the tide against..
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'Dreadful' that Britain can't get more people tested for COVID-19: ministerIt is dreadful that more Britons are not getting tested for COVID-19, Northern Ireland Secretary Brandon Lewis said on Thursday, saying the authorities were putting a phenomenal effort into meeting..
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