It is the first time in 10 years that a hydrogen-powered vehicle has been introduced into Royal Mail’s fleet.
The PM’s battle to appease Tory MPs over Covid restrictions features prominently on the nation’s front pages.
Oliver Dowden’s remarks come after similar comments from Earl Spencer, the brother of Diana, Princess of Wales.
The Prime Minister has angered some of his party with a plan to impose stringent restrictions across much of England when the national lockdown ends.
The breakaway South East Antrim UDA (Ulster Defence Association) was being linked to that threat.
The Typhoons were launched from RAF Lossiemouth in Scotland after two Russian Tu-142 Bear F planes were detected near UK airspace.
Interim data suggests the jab is highly effective in preventing people getting ill and may work across all age groups.
A source close to the negotiations said: ‘We hope that the EU will come with some fresh thinking because what we’ve seen so far doesn’t cut it.’
The University and College Union said plans appear to have been ‘rushed’ and raised concerns around the accuracy of tests.
The PM said the regulations would contain a sunset clause – or expiry date – of February 3, with MPs offered the chance to vote to extend them.
Police said arrests were made for offences including breaching coronavirus regulations, assaulting a police officer and possession of drugs.
South Wales Police were given extra powers to perform random vehicle checks and fine drivers from Friday until 5pm on Sunday.
The number arriving each day is heavily weather-dependent.
Priti Patel and her French counterpart agreed to double the number of French police officers patrolling a 150km stretch of coastline.
The duchess answered questions from her social media followers via video message on Saturday.
Following Home Secretary Priti Patel’s announcement, the PA news agency recaps some of the biggest developments around migrant crossings in 2020.
The Queen and her family often engage in outdoor pursuits on December 26.