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England and Wales COVID-19 cases have levelled off, new data findsThe number of people testing positive for COVID-19 in private households in England and Wales has levelled off in the past week, new government figures show.

Travel disruption warning as France could be next on quarantine listBritons preparing to visit France have been warned there is "always the risk of disruption to travel plans" amid speculation the country could be next on the UK's quarantine list due to

Ex-Labour MP sentenced for making indecent child imageFormer Labour MP Eric Joyce has been given a suspended sentence for making an indecent image of a child.

100 migrants intercepted in Channel as government looks to deploy 'maritime assets'The government has threatened to deploy "maritime assets" - reported to include the Royal Navy - to stem the growing number of migrants trying to cross the English Channel.

Energy bills to fall by up to £95 as Ofgem cuts price capOfgem has said it will cut bills for around 15 million households by up to £95 after reducing its cap on energy bills to the lowest level yet.

Gwyneth Paltrow reflects on 'conscious uncoupling' backlash after Chris Martin splitGwyneth Paltrow has spoken about the backlash she faced for using the term "conscious uncoupling" when announcing her split with her first husband Chris Martin.

Foreign Office cat Palmerston to leave Whitehall for quiet life in the countrysideOne of the most popular faces in Whitehall, Palmerston the Foreign Office cat, is retiring for a quiet life in the countryside.

Revealed: How Dominic Cummings' trip to Durham damaged trust in govtDominic Cummings' lockdown-busting trip to Durham and Barnard Castle damaged public trust in the government's handling of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new study.

Chancellor: There is hardship ahead for many people as furlough endsThe chancellor has warned there is hardship ahead for many people as the furlough scheme winds down over the next few months.

Businesses demand 'no surprises' approach to UK's local lockdownsBusinesses have demanded a "no surprises" approach to the handling of local coronavirus lockdowns following complaints of mixed messages and a lack of communication.