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French Open 2021: Joe Salisbury ends Britain's 39-year wait for Roland Garros titleJoe Salisbury becomes the first Briton to claim a main-draw title at the French Open in 39 years by winning the mixed doubles with Desirae Krawczyk.
Foreign break for PM not ruled out - after Britons told to 'holiday at home' by ministerDowning Street has not ruled out the prospect of the prime minister embarking on a foreign break this summer, as the travel industry reacted with dismay to a..
Double-vaccinated holidaymakers returning from Portugal face quarantine
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'Holiday at home': Govt says Britons should avoid foreign travel and enjoy 'great places' in UKPeople should holiday at home this year and not travel abroad unless absolutely necessary, George Eustice has said.
Britons scramble to leave Portugal as UK flights doubled on last day before new quarantine rules come into forceDouble the usual number of flights to the UK are due to leave Portugal as holidaymakers scramble to leave on the last day before the country moves to the amber..
Ireland urges Boris Johnson to 'very seriously consider' option to resolve Brexit Protocol tensionIreland's Prime Minister, Taoiseach Micheál Martin, has told Sky News there is "a route" to resolving tensions over the Brexit Protocol following US President..
Ireland urges Johnson to 'very seriously consider' option to resolve Brexit Protocol tensionIreland's Prime Minister, Taoiseach Micheál Martin, has told Sky News there is "a route" to resolving tensions over the Brexit Protocol following US President..
British woman out of coma after twin sister saved her from crocodile attack in MexicoA British woman who was attacked by a crocodile in Mexico is out of a coma and is breathing by herself, , Sky News has confirmed.
PM 'all but certain' to avoid Tory rebellion over cut to foreign aid budget, sources sayBoris Johnson has narrowly avoided a rebellion by some of his own Conservative MPs over cuts to the foreign aid budget, Sky News understands.
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