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In a message on Instagram, Ms Johnson also reveals that she had miscarriage at start of the year
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Department for Education says it encourages take-up of Covid jabs but has no plans for passport system
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Two people required hospital treatment after being stung, with a large open hive thought to weigh 100lb found nearby
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Officials say some coverage over Delta variant has been misleading and focus should be on encouraging people to accept vaccines
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The CDC has advised people to wear masks indoors regardless of vaccination status, prompting a political fight in several US states
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With global gas prices at 16-year high, cash-strapped consumers are braced for soaring costs this winter
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The rescue service has a long and glorious history of saving the lives of people, wherever they come from
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The comedian, 59, talks about his love of running, gender fluidity and his plans to go into politics
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Suspect arrested after police officers saw man on ground surrounded by group of males – who fled scene
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Lord Digby Jones accuses Alex Scott of spoiling Olympics coverage by dropping her ‘g’s
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Owners blame ‘low consumer confidence’ and confused government messages for poor post-‘freedom day’ attendances
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Team GB’s Dina Asher-Smith has announced she will not compete in the Olympic 200m due to a hamstring injury after failing to make the 100m final
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More than 70% of drivers in RAC survey wanted 70mph limit lowered in slippery conditions
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£4m scheme will form part of government effort to counter subject’s reputation as elitist
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The government exploits dominant myths about crime and immigration to justify its mass deportation flights, says academic Luke de Noronha
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Wade can tell you the best pram for a tall parent; Matthew knows which cleaner has superior suction power. But how do you become a respected reviewer on the wild west of the internet?
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To start with, we’ll ensure all employees have the same rights, says shadow employment secretary Andy McDonald
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Startups are joining the race to create first imitation cow’s milk by artificially reproducing proteins in curds and whey
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Inspired by a desire to be good and help others during the pandemic, novelist Sarah Perry trained to vaccinate people. But what does it mean to be good when there is so much bad faith?
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Nigerian sprinter Blessing Okagbare is out of the Tokyo Olympics after being handed a provisional doping ban on the day of her 100 metres semi-final