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COVID-19: No more isolation for fully vaccinated arrivals from France, as India moved off red list
Fully vaccinated travellers and under 18s arriving in England from France will no longer need to isolate, while India is coming off the red list.
Full list of updated green, amber and red countries - and the rules when you travel
The UK government has announced changes to its travel rules that will come into effect at 4am on Sunday.
COVID-19: All 16 and 17-year-olds to be offered first dose of vaccine, government advisers confirm
All 16 and 17-year-olds are to be offered a first dose of a coronavirus vaccine, the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) has recommended, with teenagers not needing the consent of their parents to get a jab.
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.
Boy, three, dies after being hit by vehicle on Pembrokeshire farm as investigation under way
A three-year-old boy has died after he was struck by a vehicle on a farm.
COVID-19: Should the UK vaccinate all teenagers?
The UK government has announced it will be offering the first dose of coronavirus vaccine to more than a million 16 and 17-year-olds.
COVID-19: UK records 29,312 new cases and 119 deaths in latest 24-hour period
The UK has recorded a further 29,312 coronavirus infections and 119 more deaths in the latest 24-hour period.
Gender gap: Ageing societies give more advantages to men than women, researchers say
Men have more advantages than women in ageing populations, an international study has found.
COVID-19: Race is on to vaccinate up to 1.4 million 16 and 17-year-olds before schools reopen
The decision to vaccinate teenagers has been slow in the UK.
COVID-19: Estimated increase in people with antibodies is slowing down, ONS data shows
The increase in the number of adults in the UK who are likely to have COVID-19 antibodies is beginning to show signs of slowing down.