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Summer travel will be filled with ‘hassle and delays’ The ultimate Covid vaccination travel guide The key dates on the travel roadmap Is it legal to go on an 'amber list' holiday? Sign up to the Telegraph Travel newsletter Quarantine rules could be waived for fully vaccinated travellers returning from amber list destinations as early as August, reports suggest. This rule change could be revealed on Thursday when an update to the traffic light categories is due. A “senior government source” told
The Olympic games are finally kicking off this July, a year after it was originally scheduled to take place. And fashion’s Telfar Clemens, most known for his unisex shopping tote bag that’s become a must-have piece among young Black communities, is joining his home country’s athletes in the competition for gold. On Monday, The New York Times reported that the Liberian-American designer is making Liberia’s Olympic uniforms for all athletes, officials, and staff in the delegation. “They said, ‘Go
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Navigating this transitional period, the post-but-not-really-post pandemic world, is fraught. While the return of in-person socialising, indoor dining and gyms is obviously welcome, it is giving us all more choice than we have had for a long time. And, after a year of being repeatedly told that actions we once wouldn’t have second guessed are now a threat to public health, it’s hard to shake the constant feeling that you’re doing something wrong. Whether you’re worried you’re going out too much
The brand-new British news channel claims to reflect the ‘real world’. But Oliver Keens endured a week defined by typos, Twitter obsession and a Begbie-like ability to start to tussle with anyone
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Airline says 1% of flights will be cut until at least 15 July
David Cameron loves employing women because they work harder, his wife Samantha has said. Mrs Cameron, 50, said she too believes women are sometimes “better at our jobs than men,” but are not so good at having the “ego” to go with it. Speaking to the Telegraph’s Claire Cohen on her Imposters podcast, which you can listen to using the audio player below, the businesswoman and wife of the former Conservative prime minister said: “My husband always says he loves employing women because they work ha
Like so many devotees, Pamela, now 62, stumbled into yoga almost by accident. She was an idealistic 20-year-old in 1979 when she attended a fasting weekend near her home in London, run by the Sivananda Yoga Vedanta Centres, which has 60 outlets across 35 countries. A particularly spiritual expression of the ancient practice, it was founded by Hindu guru Sivananda, who is said to have wandered the length of India with no possessions in the early 20th century. Now, the institution is embroiled in
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Just an hour from London is family favourite Four Seasons Hampshire, and it’s just had a large-scale renovation. Cathy Adams checks in, toddler in tow
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Victoria Taylor was labelled 'scatty' at school and struggled to hold down a job
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