Munira Mirza was reported to have been leading the work to set up Boris Johnson’s new commission.
First Lieutenant Kenneth Allen had served with the 48th Fighter Wing at RAF Lakenheath in Suffolk since February this year.
The footballer called on Therese Coffey to ‘put rivalries aside’ and ‘make a difference’.
More than nine million workers have received nearly £21bn in furlough pay from the Government.
A report said the impact will be felt in all parts of the UK.
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said the Government has to ‘restart the economy but without restarting the virus’.
The investigation was launched in 2019 into De La Rue’s business operations in South Sudan, where it had a contract to print the country’s currency.
The ONS said early estimates showed the number of paid employees dropped by 2.1% or 612,000 in May compared with March.
But pasty lovers will only get a reduced menu and some staff will remain furloughed as sales are expected to dip, the company said.
Brexit, education, school meals and race are among an array of subjects on the Tuesday front pages.
Several prominent figures have joined the Manchester United star’s call for vouchers to be continued through the summer holidays.
The head of state is expected to be watching the event from Windsor Castle.
New figures showed a sharp drop in the number of paid employees, down by 2.1% or 612,000 in May compared with March.
BT is joining forces with the Department for Education to open up millions of WiFi hotspots from June 16.
A full reopening with services is not expected to happen until at least July 4.
At least 195 frontline health and care workers have died with Covid-19.
A report by the Commons Transport Select Committee said the airline’s treatment of its workforce during the pandemic was a ‘national disgrace’.