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COVID-19: People can go abroad 'without looking over their shoulders the whole time' following travel changes, says Grant Shapps
People will be able to go on holiday "without looking over their shoulders the whole time", Grant Shapps has said, as he promised that the next set of travel changes will not come "for another three weeks".
COVID-19 travel: Full list of updated green, amber and red countries - and the rules when you go abroad
The UK government has announced changes to its travel rules that will come into effect at 4am on Sunday.
Three people charged in connection with death of five-year-old Logan Mwangi in Wales
A man has been charged with the murder of five-year-old Logan Mwangi in South Wales.
Euro 2020: Police arrest 11 people over online racial abuse of England players after final
Police have arrested 11 people in connection with the online racial abuse of England players after the Euro 2020 final.
Giant sponge created in Lancashire hills to stop water flooding lowland towns - and reduce greenhouse gas emissions
Conservationists have created a giant sponge in the Lancashire hills to stop water flooding lowland towns - and reduce greenhouse gas emissions that accelerate global warming.
Mike Ashley: Sports Direct founder to step down as boss of Frasers Group retail empire next year
Sports Direct founder Mike Ashley is to step down as head of his retail empire and hand the baton to his prospective son-in-law, it has been announced.
Marcus Rashford calls on health professionals to help more families sign up for food vouchers
Marcus Rashford has called on health professionals to help more families in need sign up to a government-backed food voucher scheme.
John Lewis fury as it heads latest 'name and shame' list for flouting wage rules
A row has broken out over the "naming and shaming" of companies which fail to meet minimum pay rules, with the John Lewis Partnership (JLP) understood to be furious after it was identified as an offender.
Greece wildfires: Families reflect on devastation as homes are destroyed - 'if my mother saw this she would cry'
I spot George Kyriakopolous sitting in his car, the door open to blackened surroundings and smouldering earth.
Love Island receives more than 5,000 complaints over 'misleading and distressing' Casa Amor postcard
Love Island received more than 5,000 complaints last week, with claims an episode "misled" female contestants after they were sent images showing their partners appearing to be unfaithful.