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1 - Whitlock fires Team GB gold medal tally to 10
2 - Covid: Taxi and food discounts offer to boost youth vaccine uptake
3 - ‘Lenders won’t touch us - my home’s worth nothing'
4 - Belarus Olympics: Krystsina Tsimanouskaya refusing to fly home
5 - Turkey: Foreign tourists evacuated as wildfires threaten resorts
6 - Sky News Australia barred for week by YouTube over Covid misinformation
7 - Volunteer race marshal dies in Brands Hatch crash
8 - Bridgend river death: Police keep 'open mind' after boy, 5, dies
9 - Northern Ireland's Covid-19 vaccine passport date extended
10 - Abergele holiday park incident: Man held as girl, 15, dies
11 - Afghanistan: Taliban continue attacks on three major cities
12 - 'Erotic, maybe a bit sexy, but not pornographic'
13 - Tom Daley knits while watching Olympic springboard final
14 - Your pictures on the theme of 'making tracks'
15 - The autistic-friendly toy shop: 'We have got this'
16 - Billie Eilish opens up to Clara Amfo on trolls
17 - ICYMI: Decoding feline feelings and a breathtaking bungee jump
18 - Dorset photographer shoots Star Wars Lego in cinematic style
19 - The man who 'killed' Pluto
20 - Week in pictures: 24-30 July 2021
21 - Laurel Hubbard: The reluctant history-maker at the centre of sport's transgender debate
22 - The X Factor: What became of the star-making hit show?
23 - What the Tokyo medal table tells us halfway through the Games
24 - Yami 'Rowdy' Lofvenberg: The top hip-hop dancer who can’t count the beats
25 - The perfect storm striking World of Warcraft
26 - Nairobi - the centre of East Africa's thriving arts scene
27 - ‘If only I’d found out earlier I had pelvic congestion syndrome’
28 - Employee shortages: Where have all the workers gone?
29 - Italy's Jacobs wins shock 100m gold as GB's Hughes is disqualified
30 - Tokyo Olympics: Max Whitlock defends Olympic pommel horse title
31 - Worthington recovers from fall to win BMX gold in Tokyo while Brooks takes bronze
32 - Tokyo Olympics: Brilliant BMX, unbeatable Dressel and more boxing success in day nine early best bits
33 - Matt Dawson column: British and Irish Lions crying out for creative player
34 - Tokyo Olympics: Max Whitlock defends Olympic pommel horse title
35 - Tokyo Olympics: GB's Charlotte Worthington wins BMX freestyle gold in dramatic final
36 - Scott wins most GB medals at single Olympics
37 - Tokyo Olympics: Xander Schauffele wins gold on dramatic final day
38 - Tokyo Olympics: Mourad Aliev in ring protest after Frazer Clarke defeat
39 - Tokyo Olympics: Great Britain win record eighth swimming medal with men's 4x100m relay silver
40 - Tokyo Olympics: Who are the contenders for Usain Bolt's 100m crown?
41 - Tokyo Olympics: Day-by-day guide to the key events, big stars and British medal hopes
42 - Tokyo Olympics: Novak Djokovic hurls and smashes racquet in bronze medal match defeat
43 - Tokyo Olympics: Medal table - which country has won most golds?
44 - Tokyo Olympics: Take a tour of the incredible venues
45 - Covid: How is furlough changing and when will it end?
46 - Covid: Who has to self-isolate, which workers are exempt and what if I'm fully vaccinated?
47 - Coronavirus: How does the NHS test-and-trace system and app work?
48 - Covid map: Coronavirus cases, deaths, vaccinations by country
49 - How many cases are in your area?
50 - ‘Covid passports’: How to get the NHS Covid Pass
51 - What are the holiday rules for travel to green, amber and red list countries?
52 - What are the travel rules for Spain, Portugal, Malta and other holiday hotspots?
53 - Covid vaccine: How many people in the UK have been vaccinated so far?
54 - Hunt for certainty over Covid cases continues
55 - Covid: What's the advice for pregnant women and those who haven't had the jab?
56 - Covid symptoms: Is it a cold or coronavirus?
57 - The EU vaccine 'passport' and what it means for travel
58 - Covid: What do under-30s need to know about the vaccine?
59 - Coronavirus: Four numbers that reveal the real trends
60 - Beta coronavirus variant: What is the risk?
61 - Covid passports: How do they work around the world?
62 - Covid rules: What has changed?
63 - What are the rules and guidance for face masks and coverings from 19 July?
64 - Lockdown muscle loss: Five ways to get back in shape
65 - Long Covid: What is it and what are the symptoms?
66 - Covid vaccines: How fast is progress around the world?
67 - Covid: Which children are being vaccinated and why?
68 - Care homes worst hit by Covid – search the data
69 - Tokyo Olympic Games: When are they and how will Covid affect them?
70 - Covid: Why is social distancing coming to an end?
71 - Covid-19: Five ways to avoid catching the virus indoors
72 - Coronavirus cure: What progress are we making on treatments?
1 - Whitlock fires Team GB gold medal tally to 10

Charlotte Worthington wins a dramatic BMX park freestyle Olympic gold as Max Whitlock retains pommel horse title.

8/1/2021 1:41:24 PM

2 - Covid: Taxi and food discounts offer to boost youth vaccine uptake

The government's latest vaccine drive comes as 68% of 18 to 29-year-olds in England have had a first jab.

8/1/2021 1:51:24 PM

3 - ‘Lenders won’t touch us - my home’s worth nothing'

Campaigners say government attempts to unlock parts of the property market paralysed by the cladding crisis have stalled.

8/1/2021 12:14:40 AM

4 - Belarus Olympics: Krystsina Tsimanouskaya refusing to fly home

Krystsina Tsimanouskaya tells Reuters she will not go to Belarus after she is taken to Tokyo airport.

8/1/2021 2:05:13 PM

5 - Turkey: Foreign tourists evacuated as wildfires threaten resorts

Coastguard vessels and private boats have brought holidaymakers to safety, as the death toll rises.

8/1/2021 5:37:20 AM

6 - Sky News Australia barred for week by YouTube over Covid misinformation

The digital giant bans the channel from uploading new content for a week over misinformation breaches.

8/1/2021 11:22:47 AM

7 - Volunteer race marshal dies in Brands Hatch crash

The marshal died after an accident during a race at the track, leading to the cancellation of the event.

8/1/2021 12:07:32 PM

8 - Bridgend river death: Police keep 'open mind' after boy, 5, dies

The boy was found after police were called to reports of a missing child on Saturday morning.

8/1/2021 10:12:22 AM

9 - Northern Ireland's Covid-19 vaccine passport date extended

People travelling abroad from Northern Ireland on Tuesday can now apply for the certificate.

8/1/2021 12:08:50 PM

10 - Abergele holiday park incident: Man held as girl, 15, dies

A 15-year-old girl dies and a 19-year-old man has been arrested after the incident on Saturday.

8/1/2021 1:06:08 PM

11 - Afghanistan: Taliban continue attacks on three major cities

Fears rise of a humanitarian crisis as Islamist militants seek to take their first provincial capital.

8/1/2021 8:24:59 AM

12 - 'Erotic, maybe a bit sexy, but not pornographic'

Alison Walker signed up for a boudoir photoshoot before having a double mastectomy.

8/1/2021 7:59:36 AM

13 - Tom Daley knits while watching Olympic springboard final

Twitter is deluged with images of the Olympian knitting a "purple concoction" in the stands in Tokyo.

8/1/2021 2:15:34 PM

14 - Your pictures on the theme of 'making tracks'

A selection of striking images from our readers around the world.

8/1/2021 12:19:30 AM

15 - The autistic-friendly toy shop: 'We have got this'

Retail worker Romilly, who is autistic, wants to create a comfortable space for other autistic people to shop in.

8/1/2021 12:04:22 AM

16 - Billie Eilish opens up to Clara Amfo on trolls

Eilish tells Amfo of her frustration with internet criticism in a new documentary.

7/31/2021 12:57:43 PM

17 - ICYMI: Decoding feline feelings and a breathtaking bungee jump

A round-up of the week's news you might have missed.

7/31/2021 1:10:04 PM

18 - Dorset photographer shoots Star Wars Lego in cinematic style

A 34-year-old Dorset photographer is recreating cinematic sci-fi scenes using his Star Wars Lego kits.

7/31/2021 12:10:27 AM

19 - The man who 'killed' Pluto

How Mike Brown’s discovery of a larger object threatened Pluto’s 75-year status as a planet

7/31/2021 12:11:16 AM

20 - Week in pictures: 24-30 July 2021

A selection of powerful images taken around the world this week.

7/31/2021 12:42:31 AM

21 - Laurel Hubbard: The reluctant history-maker at the centre of sport's transgender debate

Weightlifter Laurel Hubbard is set to become the first openly transgender athlete to compete in a different gender category to that which they were born at an Olympics.

8/1/2021 9:32:13 AM

22 - The X Factor: What became of the star-making hit show?

How the show that once topped viewing figures, and created big stars appears to have run its course.

8/1/2021 12:17:20 AM

23 - What the Tokyo medal table tells us halfway through the Games

Simon Gleave from Nielsen Gracenote picks out some interesting data from the Olympic medal table at its halfway stage.

7/31/2021 9:07:28 PM

24 - Yami 'Rowdy' Lofvenberg: The top hip-hop dancer who can’t count the beats

Dancer Yami "Rowdy" Lofvenberg was labelled "stupid" at school. Now she has returned to education - as a lecturer.

8/1/2021 12:20:38 AM

25 - The perfect storm striking World of Warcraft

All of a sudden, WoW players are in revolt, and its competitors are having a boom.

8/1/2021 12:18:12 AM

26 - Nairobi - the centre of East Africa's thriving arts scene

Artists from across East Africa have converged on Kenya's capital, creating a vibrant scene.

8/1/2021 12:11:12 AM

27 - ‘If only I’d found out earlier I had pelvic congestion syndrome’

Sophie Robehmed suffered from back and stomach pains for years before being diagnosed with PCS.

7/31/2021 12:59:04 AM

28 - Employee shortages: Where have all the workers gone?

From hospitality to road haulage, firms say they can't get staff. So are employees now calling the shots?

7/30/2021 11:00:41 PM

29 - Italy's Jacobs wins shock 100m gold as GB's Hughes is disqualified

Italy's Lamont Marcell Jacobs claims a shock gold in the Olympic 100m final, after Great Britain's Zharnel Hughes is disqualified for a false start.

8/1/2021 2:05:07 PM

30 - Tokyo Olympics: Max Whitlock defends Olympic pommel horse title

Great Britain's Max Whitlock retains his Olympic pommel horse title with a flawless routine in Tokyo.

8/1/2021 11:26:11 AM

31 - Worthington recovers from fall to win BMX gold in Tokyo while Brooks takes bronze

Great Britain's Charlotte Worthington wins a thrilling gold in the women's BMX park freestyle Olympic final.

8/1/2021 5:10:03 AM

32 - Tokyo Olympics: Brilliant BMX, unbeatable Dressel and more boxing success in day nine early best bits

Watch the best moments from the early events on day nine at the Tokyo Olympics, including dramatic BMX finals and more swimming and boxing success for Great Britain.

8/1/2021 7:58:14 AM

33 - Matt Dawson column: British and Irish Lions crying out for creative player

Former Lion Matt Dawson says the tour is crying out for a player to create a moment that turns the tide.

8/1/2021 9:56:30 AM

34 - Tokyo Olympics: Max Whitlock defends Olympic pommel horse title

Great Britain's Max Whitlock produces a sublime performance to defend his Olympic title by winning gold in the men's pommel horse.

8/1/2021 12:00:18 PM

35 - Tokyo Olympics: GB's Charlotte Worthington wins BMX freestyle gold in dramatic final

Watch the dramatic closing stages of the BMX freestyle final as Britain's Charlotte Worthington narrowly beats USA's Hannah Roberts to gold at Tokyo 2020.

8/1/2021 4:51:16 AM

36 - Scott wins most GB medals at single Olympics

Great Britain win a record eighth swimming medal in Tokyo while Duncan Scott becomes the most decorated British Olympian at a Games.

8/1/2021 5:20:48 AM

37 - Tokyo Olympics: Xander Schauffele wins gold on dramatic final day

American Xander Schauffele clinches the men's golf gold medal on a dramatic final day in the men's Olympic golf.

8/1/2021 10:24:32 AM

38 - Tokyo Olympics: Mourad Aliev in ring protest after Frazer Clarke defeat

Frenchman Mourad Aliev refuses to live the ring in the aftermath of his controversial loss to Great Britain's Frazer Clarke.

8/1/2021 8:20:13 AM

39 - Tokyo Olympics: Great Britain win record eighth swimming medal with men's 4x100m relay silver

Great Britain wins a record eighth swimming medal in Tokyo while Duncan Scott ends with four medals - the most by a Brit at a Games - after silver in the men's 4x100m medley relay.

8/1/2021 4:40:06 AM

40 - Tokyo Olympics: Who are the contenders for Usain Bolt's 100m crown?

For the first time since 2004 an athlete other than Usain Bolt will win the men's Olympic 100m - but who are the contenders for gold?

7/30/2021 12:54:23 PM

41 - Tokyo Olympics: Day-by-day guide to the key events, big stars and British medal hopes

Want to know what's happening when in Tokyo? Check out our comprehensive guide to all the action in Japan.

7/30/2021 3:10:27 PM

42 - Tokyo Olympics: Novak Djokovic hurls and smashes racquet in bronze medal match defeat

Novak Djokovic displays his frustrations during his bronze medal match against Pablo Carreno Busta, throwing a racquet and then smashing another against a net post.

7/31/2021 10:16:55 AM

43 - Tokyo Olympics: Medal table - which country has won most golds?

Which country is leading the medal table? How are Great Britain getting on? Medals table for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.

7/29/2021 5:30:15 PM

44 - Tokyo Olympics: Take a tour of the incredible venues

They range from an arena built by a father and son, to a legendary home of Japanese martial arts.

7/28/2021 12:01:24 AM

45 - Covid: How is furlough changing and when will it end?

Employers will contribute more to the cost of keeping their staff furloughed from 1 August.

7/29/2021 10:50:16 AM

46 - Covid: Who has to self-isolate, which workers are exempt and what if I'm fully vaccinated?

A small number of named employees in key sectors will be exempt from some rules

7/29/2021 12:14:44 PM

47 - Coronavirus: How does the NHS test-and-trace system and app work?

A record number of alerts are being sent by the NHS Covid app.

7/29/2021 12:54:11 PM

48 - Covid map: Coronavirus cases, deaths, vaccinations by country

Key maps and charts explaining how the virus has spread around the world.

7/30/2021 11:06:03 AM

49 - How many cases are in your area?

Explore the data on coronavirus in the UK and find out how many cases there are in your area.

7/31/2021 5:06:02 PM

50 - ‘Covid passports’: How to get the NHS Covid Pass

People in England can use the pass for travel and to visit venues which ask for them.

7/30/2021 9:56:06 AM

51 - What are the holiday rules for travel to green, amber and red list countries?

People vaccinated in Europe or the US will no longer need to isolate when arriving from amber countries.

7/29/2021 9:31:34 AM

52 - What are the travel rules for Spain, Portugal, Malta and other holiday hotspots?

What you need to know about going to Portugal, Spain, Greece, France, Malta, Italy and Turkey.

7/30/2021 2:40:24 PM

53 - Covid vaccine: How many people in the UK have been vaccinated so far?

The progress made in vaccinating the country's adult population, as more than 46 million people have received at least one dose.

7/30/2021 11:10:10 AM

54 - Hunt for certainty over Covid cases continues

Flurry of Covid data does not resolve debate around state of the pandemic in the UK.

7/30/2021 4:18:45 PM

55 - Covid: What's the advice for pregnant women and those who haven't had the jab?

Doctors and midwives are seeing a rise in unprotected pregnant women in hospital with Covid.

7/30/2021 12:29:14 PM

56 - Covid symptoms: Is it a cold or coronavirus?

With similar symptoms, deciding whether or not you need to get tested for coronavirus can be tricky.

6/14/2021 11:57:37 AM

57 - The EU vaccine 'passport' and what it means for travel

An EU vaccine "passport" is being introduced, enabling holders to prove they have been jabbed.

7/13/2021 5:50:48 PM

58 - Covid: What do under-30s need to know about the vaccine?

All over-18s can now get the Covid jab, but the government has criticised take-up among young people.

7/29/2021 4:57:40 PM

59 - Coronavirus: Four numbers that reveal the real trends

Does a week of falling case numbers mean we're close to the end?

7/28/2021 12:59:17 AM

60 - Beta coronavirus variant: What is the risk?

There are fears that this version of coronavirus, first identified in South Africa, is

7/29/2021 9:57:20 AM

61 - Covid passports: How do they work around the world?

How are countries enforcing vaccine passports and what can people use them for?

7/26/2021 10:01:32 PM

62 - Covid rules: What has changed?

Major changes to lockdown rules have taken effect in England and Scotland, but some restrictions remain.

7/30/2021 10:48:44 AM

63 - What are the rules and guidance for face masks and coverings from 19 July?

Masks are no longer compulsory in England, but remain necessary in Scotland and Wales.

7/19/2021 10:34:00 AM

64 - Lockdown muscle loss: Five ways to get back in shape

Lockdown inactivity may have left people with weaker muscles - there are simple solutions.

5/15/2021 12:06:27 AM

65 - Long Covid: What is it and what are the symptoms?

New research links as many as 200 different symptoms to the condition.

7/16/2021 12:45:32 PM

66 - Covid vaccines: How fast is progress around the world?

Charts and maps tracking the progress of Covid vaccination programmes.

7/30/2021 11:56:32 AM

67 - Covid: Which children are being vaccinated and why?

Hundreds of thousands of children at higher risk from coronavirus infection will be offered a Covid vaccine in the UK.

7/19/2021 4:47:27 PM

68 - Care homes worst hit by Covid – search the data

Figures from Care Quality Commission lay out the pandemic's 'devastating impact' on care homes in England.

7/21/2021 5:26:04 PM

69 - Tokyo Olympic Games: When are they and how will Covid affect them?

The Tokyo Summer Olympics have begun, despite a surge in Covid cases in Japan.

7/23/2021 2:04:48 PM

70 - Covid: Why is social distancing coming to an end?

Social distancing rules are changing across the UK.

7/16/2021 9:49:29 AM

71 - Covid-19: Five ways to avoid catching the virus indoors

As social distancing restrictions end in England and ease in Scotland, good ventilation remains vital.

7/14/2021 10:36:07 AM

72 - Coronavirus cure: What progress are we making on treatments?

Medical teams around the world are learning which medicines work best against Covid.

6/23/2021 3:28:52 PM


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