The Telegraph says critics accuse the Government of ‘washing its hands’ of responsibility over results, with record grade inflation predicted after exams cancelled.
The Telegraph says is the strict policy entering its final throes, or will it continue on in the next phase of the pandemic?
The Telegraph says as an avid fan of Maya Angelou, the Duchess of Sussex will probably be familiar with the American poet and civil rights activist’s thoughts on turning 40.
Pensioners could lose the triple lock next year amid mounting concern in Government over the “unfairness” of hiking taxes
Boris Johnson and Dominic Raab ‘risk losing seats at election over Covid travel chaos’
Telegraph says infamously drizzly Portland, Oregon the idea of renting out your swimming pool might seem a non-starter.
Telegraph says hospitality industry leaders have warned the Government it could face legal action over plans for compulsory vaccine passports
The Telegraph says more than 1,000 unmarked graves believed to hold the remains of kids have been found at the sites of former Christian residential schools.
The Telegraph says a woman who shielded for nine months was killed on her first day out after being hit by a lorry while searching for a face mask in…
The Telegraph says the European Commission has rejected the UK Government’s call to renegotiate the Northern Ireland Protocol just hours after it was proposed.
The Telegraph says NHS staff in England, including nurses and hospital consultants, will receive a three per cent pay rise after the Government accepted the recommendations
The Telegraph says the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games has been plunged into turmoil after the show director was fired over a joke he made about the Holocaust
The Telegraph leads with the “pingdemic”, as the large number of workers being told to self-isolate by the NHS Covid app continues to affect businesses.
The Telegraph says Britain has opted against mass Covid vaccinations for all children and teenagers, with ministers instead preparing to offer jabs to vulnerable 12 to 15-year-olds
Eurostar passengers will be separated so those travelling from France do not force those from other countries to quarantine on arrival in the UK.
The Telegraph says the decision to cancel Freedom Day for fully vaccinated Britons returning from France is not a good omen