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Malawi President: 'girls have fallen victim' to exploitation as a result of the pandemic
The President of Malawi, Lazarus Chakwera talks about how young girls have suffered the most in the pandemic.
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Tokyo 2020 : 'We win together, we lose together' - Team GB Taekwondo's success
Britain's taekwondo programme received under £10m in funding for the build-up to Tokyo 2020 and have since achieved three medals.
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Brighton cat killer jailed for five years
A Brighton security guard has been jailed for killing nine cats while injuring seven others. Steve Bouquet stabbed 16 cats between October 2018 and June 2019.
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IN FULL: Kenya's President warns against 'vaccine nationalism'
The President of Kenya says the "entire developing world" is fighting a battle with wealthy nations for vaccines.
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COVID-19: Data shows infections rise to 1 in 65 people for England
The data also shows hospitalisations among 15 to 24-year-olds are the highest they've been since the start of the pandemic across England.
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Space Command: UK launches new defence against threats from space
The UK's Space Command, a joint effort comprised of the Royal Navy, British Army and Royal Air Force, will respond to growing threats from China and Russia.
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Scottish woman pleading to be let out of quarantine to see seriously ill father
Claire Herriot is calling on the Scottish Government to let her out of quarantine to see her seriously ill father.
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UK Govt defends having France on 'amber-plus' list
The Transport Secretary has told Sky News he stands by his decision to have France on the UK's 'amber plus' travel list.
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COVID infections strike multiple athletes in Tokyo
Two pole vaulters have been ruled out of the Olympics after testing positive for COVID-19, after Tokyo reported record daily infections.
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The Press Preview: A first look at Friday's newspaper headlines
Sky News' Gillian Joseph takes a first look at Friday's newspaper front pages, with the columnist Carole Malone and The Independent's chief political commentator John Rentoul.
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COVID-19: Kenyan president warns against 'vaccine nationalism'
The president of Kenya says the "entire developing world" is fighting a battle with wealthy nations for vaccines.
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Modern slavery accusations resurface among textile workers in Leicester
Staff in textile factories in Leicester have told Sky News' Becky Johnson that they were forced to give some of their pay back as cash after they were paid.
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COVID-19: Are we returning to our pre-pandemic lives?
COVID-19 has changed how we live and work, but now that most restrictions have been lifted in England, are people returning to their pre-pandemic lives?
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Climate change: Record temperatures could become the 'new normal'
Last year was the UK's third warmest on record with a highest temperature of 37.8 Celsius recorded in July.
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COVID-19: Businesses call for an end to the 'pingdemic'
The number of people told to self-isolate by the NHS covid app has reached another record high.
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The Daily Climate Show: Met Office warns of hotter, sunnier and wetter weather in the UK
The Met Office issues a warning of hotter, sunnier and wetter weather across the UK in future due to climate changes, with 40 degree summers becoming the norm.
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COVID-19: Chancellor says 'stick with' self-isolation rules
Rishi Sunak says the government is will not bring forward the date to end the pingdemic self-isolation rules from 16 August.
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COVID-19: Kenya's COVID vaccine supply is dwindling
The UK government has promised to donate nine million doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine to countries in need.
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COVID-19: New record of 689,313 people 'pinged'
A record 689,313 people in England and Wales have been 'pinged' by the NHS COVID app - up 11.4% from the previous week.
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UK summer temperatures may hit 40C
Meteorologists are warning summer temperatures in the UK may hit 40c.
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Tokyo Olympics: Simone Biles thanks 'outpouring of love & support' after pulling out
America's superstar gymnast Simone Biles has thanked supporters after pulling out of two events at the Tokyo Olympics to focus on her mental health.
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'We gave it all we had' - Team GB rowers on finishing fourth
British rower Helen Glover and her partner Polly Swan may not have picked up a medal at the Tokyo Olympics but they are proud of the journey they have been on.
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'Increasingly confident' more countries will move into amber/green list - Raab
The Foreign Secretary has told Kay Burley more countries will soon be added to the UK's amber and green travel lists.
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The Press Preview - A first look at Thursday's papers
Stephen Dixon takes a first look at what's making the Thursday morning headlines, with the Consultant Editor of the Daily Mail, Andrew Pierce - and the Deputy Online Editor at the New Statesman
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UK government promises 9m COVID vaccine doses to Kenya
The UK govt has promised to donate 9m doses to countries in need.
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EU and US travel rules to UK loosen
Fully vaccinated travellers from the EU and the US will not have to quarantine when arriving in England, Scotland and Wales from an amber list country. The change will be policy from August 2.
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The Daily Climate Show: COP26 conference under threat from vaccine inequality
On today’s show, why unequal vaccine access could put COP26 under threat and UK government faces legal challenge over oil and gas tax breaks. Plus, what the Earth’s vital signs can tell scientists.
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COVID-19 test not needed for travel after August 16, says Health Secretary
Health Secretary has countered notions the pandemic is 'over', but said that tests will not be compulsory upon returning to the UK after August 16.
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Is the UK ready for floods and heatwaves?
From flooded homes and train stations, to record-breaking heatwaves. The UK is experiencing more and more extreme weather events. But how prepared are we for them?
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Fully vaccinated US & EU travellers can bypass quarantine in England
Fully vaccinated travellers from the United States and European Union can arrive in England without quarantining from 2 August.
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