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The Daily Mirror says Prince Harry and Meghan are keeping the royal family up-to-date with pictures of their newborn daughter, according to reports.
The Daily Mirror says Billie Eilish has been slammed for mocking Asian accents and using a racist slur in resurfaced videos.
Palestinian teens dies after being shot in the head when the Israeli army opened fire during clashes in the occupied West Bank
EU citizen seeking work in Britain has fallen by more than a third since Brexit a new study says. The study exposes the impact on UK employers struggling to recruit.
No 10 is considering relaxing restrictions around international travel for Brits who have had both doses of the vaccine.
Jordan ranked fifth in the Arab world and 45 globally in the World Education Quality Index issued by the World Economic Forum in Davos 2021.
There will be no major relaxing of Covid-19 restrictions in Wales until July due to concerns over the Delta variant, BBC Wales has reported.
Bahrain's minister of foreign affairs, Abdullatif Al Zayani, said on Wednesday the kingdom is communicating with Israel's new government to learn about its policy on the efforts aiming to bring peace to the region by settling the Palestinian issue in line with the two-state solution.
The Mirror says Brits who have had both Covid-19 jabs could soon be allowed to travel to amber list countries without needing to self-isolate on return, a Tory minister has confirmed
The Mirror says huge plumes of smoke have been spotted across parts of London after a fire broke out with emergency services scrambled
The Mirror says fierce storms are expected to strike the UK today after days of soaring temperatures and balmy weather all over the country
The Metro says Matt Hancock has said that he is not ‘hopeless’ after Whatsapp messages from the prime minister appeared to describe him in that way
The Metro says a 12-year-old schoolboy was ‘lured’ from his home before being stabbed to death by an older youth who suspected he may have been a ‘snitch’, a court heard
The Metro says a severely autistic man who faced being expelled from the UK to Jamaica will be allowed to remain after the Home Office abandoned plans to deport him
The Metro says Chrissy Teigen is reportedly hoping to do a tell-all interview with Oprah Winfrey in order to help salvage her reputation amid her ongoing cyber-bullying scandal
The Daily Mail says prolific children's writer Enid Blyton's work has been linked to 'racism and xenophobia' by English Heritage
The Daily Mail says Margot Robbie took a break from her arduous schedule to bask in the sunshine while on holiday in Puerto Vallarta with husband Tom Ackerley
The Daily Mail says Angelina Jolie was seen again in New York City as she enjoys an extended trip on the East Coast where she has visited the apartment of her ex-husband Jonny Lee Miller
Meghan Markle will NOT fly to London for Princess Diana statue unveiling, source tells ITV royal producer - after American website claimed she would make the journey to support Prince Harry
The i says Rishi Sunak has signalled he is preparing to raise taxes later this year to pay for the Covid-19 recovery, claiming the “crisis phase” of the recession is now over
The i says the very first full-length show to air on GB News has attracted hundreds of Ofcom complaints, after controversy over an opening monologue hitting out at public health officials and lockdown
The i says football fans have crammed their fridges with beer, burgers and snacks in preparation for the start of Euro 2020, according to supermarket sales figures.
The i says pushing back the ‘unlock’ by four weeks will reduce total hospital admissions by a quarter and halve peak hospital admissions as more people get jabbed
The Times says Oxfam sacked three aid workers in the Democratic Republic of the Congo yesterday after an investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct and more
The Times says the French prime minister hailed a “happy moment” yesterday as he lifted the curfew that has been in place since October and said that masks would no longer be obligatory outdoors.
The Times says tickets to the England v Scotland game at the Euros are being advertised on Google for more than £1,600 despite Uefa banning their resale above face value.
The Times says Airbnb employs a “safety team” of 100 agents around the world who respond to crimes committed in properties listed on its website.
The Guardian says British travellers who have had two Covid vaccines could be allowed quarantine-free entry into England under plans being considered
The Guardian says millions of British children attend schools where air pollution is worse than the World Health Organization limit, campaigners have said.
The Guardian says Hong Kong national security police have arrested the editor-in-chief and four other directors of the Apple Daily newspaper in early morning raids
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The Guardian says China’s first crewed spacecraft in nearly five years blasted off from the Gobi desert on Thursday morning, carrying astronauts to the new Tiangong space station.
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