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Government considers dropping self-isolation for those who have had two jabs

The government is considering dropping forced self-isolation for those who have had two coronavirus jabs, Sky News understands. [...]

UK reports another 10,321 COVID cases and 14 deaths

The UK has reported 10,321 new coronavirus cases and 14 more deaths, according to official daily figures. [...]

Queen waves to the crowd as she arrives at Royal Ascot to cheer on four of her horses

The Queen has arrived at Royal Ascot, attending the famous Berkshire meet for the first time since 2019. [...]

Bodies of man and woman found in fields near village

Bodies of a man and woman have been found within hours of each other in fields near a village in Derbyshire. [...]

Former Commons Speaker and Tory MP John Bercow joins Labour Party

Former Conservative MP and Commons Speaker John Bercow says he has switched allegiances to join the Labour Party. [...]

'Olympic effort' under way as stadiums become pop-up vaccination centres

Stadiums and football grounds across London have been transformed into vaccination centres in a push to vaccinate as many people as possible against the coronavirus. [...]

Planning reforms are bulldozing Conservative support

Prime Minister Boris Johnson is under pressure to abandon planning reforms after Conservatives at national and local level blamed them for the party's shock defeat in the Chesham and Amersham by-election. [...]

Mosh pits, ponchos and mask-free crowds: 'Euphoria' as revellers brave rain at Download Festival

There was a euphoric atmosphere at Download Festival's first day in Leicestershire - despite the wet weather. [...]

Morrisons rejects 'significantly undervalued' £5.5bn takeover bid

Morrisons has rejected a takeover bid from a private equity firm, saying the £5.5bn value "significantly undervalued" the supermarket chain. [...]

UK weather: The latest Sky News forecast

The weather remains a little mixed over the next few days, with the brighter skies more likely in the North and West. [...]