The largest petrol operators say they expect demand to get back to normal "in the coming days".

LIFE

Addicted to leggings but feel your best in a blazer? It's time to embrace the best of both worlds.
The younger you are, the less likely you are to want your Covid jab, research shows.
Nothing brings a family together quicker than the promise of cake - and some friendly competition. Watch the Khan family face-off in a cake-decorating challenge using Cadbury Dairy Milk Fingers
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Whether it's (yet another) rainy day outside or you're just trying to lure the kids off their devices, a fun family game like the Family Footy Shoot-Out with Cadbury Dairy Milk Fingers will leave everyone in giggles
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ENTERTAINMENT

The singer reportedly experienced an E.T. encounter that was "warm and loving and accepting."
The Loose Women star said it had been "an incredibly terrifying and stressful time for me and our family".

GO DEEPER

As temperatures continue to rise, so too are feelings of anxiety, depression and despair about our planet’s future.
We learned how to bide our time in lockdown. As life speeds up, experts share how to keep that cool.

THE LATEST ON COVID

Breastmilk from mums who've caught the virus retains key antibodies 10 months after infection.
Bus drivers, NHS workers and the late Captain Sir Tom Moore all got the stamp of approval in Royal Mail's competition.
Hairdressers are reporting an increase in adverse reactions since lockdown eased.
Videos of us gagging and sneezing for the government to check? Yep, we're still in Covid times.
Yes, it's tempting to stockpile – but try to resist.
Here’s how to make sure the words of support and encouragement you choose don’t have the opposite effect.
The Delta variant triggers different symptoms compared to the first wave of Covid infections in the UK.
"It made three months of very hard work and many, many discussions to get it absolutely right feel a little bit wasted, really.”
Cancelling Christmas for a second year is “very much not the plan”, according the prime minister.
The PM met Marcelo Queiroga in New York shortly before the south American official tested positive.

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