LOCKDOWN EXTENSION

England's lockdown is being extended by four weeks. Here's what the delay to lifting restrictions means.
There are four key ways you can lower your risk. Here, an expert explains what they are.
Here's the timeline for when the final Covid restrictions will lift.
Despite the four-week delay to the ending of lockdown, some wedding rules have been lifted.

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PRIDE 2021

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THE LATEST ON COVID

Boris Johnson looks set to push back England’s final lifting of Covid restrictions.
"Unforgivable moral failure", ex-prime minister Gordon Brown said.
Scientists say the data on Covid points towards Boris Johnson pushing back lockdown easing.
FALMOUTH - China must be more “transparent” out of respect for the dead, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus tells reporters.
The PM has "serious concern" about rising Covid cases and hospitalisations.
The Strictly Come Dancing judge has spoken out about the severity of her Covid-19 experience.
Will all restrictions be eased? Won't they? There’s a tug-of-war going on – and it’s leaving us mentally exhausted.
Official figures published on Friday suggest England's R rate has risen to between 1.2 and 1.4.
Cases of the Delta variant have tripled this past week.
Symptoms are “more like a bad cold”, says the lead researcher behind the Covid Symptom Study.

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