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Trophy hunting imports to be banned in UK 
Boris Johnson’s partner Carrie Symonds is a vocal animal rights campaigner and has spoken out against trophy hunting
telegraph | Politics | 1 hrs ago
David Starkey says 'resentments will fester' if conversations around race are shut down in apology for 'so many damn blacks' remark
In a statement, Mr Starkey admitted his "bad mistake" has cost him "every distinction and honour acquired in a long career"
telegraph | Top Stories | 5 hrs ago
Monday evening news briefing: Harry and Meghan's plea on Commonwealth's 'wrongs'
Your evening guide: Duke and Duchess of Sussex say time to acknowledge Commonwealth's 'uncomfortable' past and composer Ennio Morricone dies
telegraph | Top Stories | 8 hrs ago
Uber set to snap up Postmates in £2.65bn deal
The all-stock takeover will strengthen Uber's hand in the highly-competitive US food delivery market
telegraph | Technology | 15 hrs ago
Latest travel news: Britons finally head abroad – but the map has shrunk
English holidaymakers have been cleared for take-off, with the first intrepid sunseekers boarding flights to Spain, France, Italy and beyond over the weekend after the Foreign Office (FCO) relaxed its travel advice.
telegraph | Top Stories | 16 hrs ago
Italian composer Ennio Morricone dies age 91 
The Oscar winner was famed for his scores of Spaghetti Westerns directed by Sergio Leone
telegraph | Top Stories | 16 hrs ago
Local lockdown Q&A: Put your questions to Daniel Capurro and Paul Nuki
Join our experts at noon on Monday, July 6 to discuss which local lockdowns could be next and how effective measures have been in Leicester
telegraph | Top Stories | 16 hrs ago
Monday morning news briefing: Cash for trainees
Coronavirus latest: Only a third of 'travel corridor' countries have no quarantine & was lockdown really worth it?
telegraph | Top Stories | 17 hrs ago
The 59 countries exempt from England's travel quarantine - full list
Holidaymakers will be able to find summer sun - but some destinations are still off-limits
telegraph | Top Stories | 17 hrs ago
When will the UK 'track and trace' app be ready - and how will it work?
The Government has joined forces with Google and Apple to create a new contact tracing app
telegraph | Technology | 17 hrs ago
How do coronavirus home antibody tests work, and how do I get one?
Several websites are offering at-home antibody testing kits, but are they reliable?
telegraph | Top Stories | 17 hrs ago
What is coronavirus, how did it start and how big could it get?
The answers to all your questions on the disease outbreak spreading across the world
telegraph | Top Stories | 18 hrs ago
How many coronavirus cases are in the UK - and where are they?
Since the first Covid-19 cases were detected in York, the disease has now spread across the UK - find out how many cases are in your area
telegraph | Top Stories | 18 hrs ago
How many coronavirus cases are in your area? Use our tool to find out
Enter your postcode in the tool below to find out how many people have been infected with coronavirus in your area
telegraph | Top Stories | 18 hrs ago
Leicester lockdown map: What areas are included, and what are the rules?
Non-essential shops have been closed, while residents have been advised to "stay at home"
telegraph | Top Stories | 18 hrs ago
Elton John honoured with his own commemorative coin from The Royal Mint
A new coin goes on sale today celebrating the life of singer-songwriter Elton John
telegraph | Top Stories | 18 hrs ago
Independence Day celebrations bring a wave of fatal shootings across the US
Scores of people were killed and many injured as July 4th celebrations were marred by incidents of gunfire and violence
telegraph | Top Stories | 22 hrs ago
Chinese city in Inner Mongolia issues bubonic plague warning
Alert comes one day after a hospital reported a suspected case
telegraph | Top Stories | 23 hrs ago
Cash for firms that hire young trainees
Financial “bonuses” are expected to be announced for employers who hire young people into traineeship programmes
telegraph | Top Stories | 5th Jul '20
We can no longer be bound to our doorsteps - as grateful as we all are for the NHS it’s time to step out into the post Covid world
Britain is beginning to dream of the future, reclaiming the ordinary, rather than saluting the extraordinary.
telegraph | Top Stories | 5th Jul '20
Was lockdown really worth it? Telegraph writers and experts give their verdict
Three and half months of strict rules have saved countless lives – but it has also come at a steep cost. Was it a price worth paying?
telegraph | Top Stories | 5th Jul '20
Democracy activists' books unavailable in Hong Kong libraries after new law
Online records show pro-democracy books, including those written by Joshua Wong, have been removed from Hong Kong public libraries
telegraph | Top Stories | 5th Jul '20
Travel updates: First look at England's top hotels and attractions as tourism reopens
English hotels are this morning serving breakfast to their first guests in nearly four months as the tourism industry awakens once more.
telegraph | Top Stories | 5th Jul '20
Roadblocks seal off neighbouhoods in Pakistan's 'smart lockdowns' as Imran Khan switches tactics again
Western templates of containment have proved unsustainable as economic damage wrought on the poor
telegraph | Top Stories | 5th Jul '20
Trump repeats vow to defeat 'radical Left' in July Fourth speech
Us president uses Independence Day speech to condemn protest against monuments and claims 99pc of Covid-19 cases were 'totally harmless'
telegraph | Top Stories | 5th Jul '20