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Queen uses ceremonial sword to cut cake during Eden Project engagement

Queen uses ceremonial sword to cut cake during Eden Project engagement

Queen uses ceremonial sword to cut cake during Eden Project engagement

The monarch used the sword to cut a large cake marking the Big Lunch, which the Duchess of Cornwall is patron of.

Climate change requires same urgency as pandemic, says Charles

Climate change requires same urgency as pandemic, says Charles

Climate change requires same urgency as pandemic, says Charles

The Prince of Wales addressed world leaders at the G7 summit in Cornwall.

England footballer Henderson: NHS staff are the true heroes

England footballer Henderson: NHS staff are the true heroes

England footballer Henderson: NHS staff are the true heroes

The Liverpool captain has been made an MBE for services to football and charity in the Queen’s Birthday honours.

Latest weekly Covid-19 rates for local authority areas in England

Latest weekly Covid-19 rates for local authority areas in England

Latest weekly Covid-19 rates for local authority areas in England

Around nine in 10 local areas are currently recording a rise in rates.

St Ives businesses see drop in sales but hope G7 will bring future prosperity

St Ives businesses see drop in sales but hope G7 will bring future prosperity

St Ives businesses see drop in sales but hope G7 will bring future prosperity

St Ives is the closest that members of the public can get to Carbis Bay this week due to severe security measures in place surrounding the summit.

G7 summit: Police officer staying on ferry tests positive for Covid

G7 summit: Police officer staying on ferry tests positive for Covid

G7 summit: Police officer staying on ferry tests positive for Covid

A person in their bubble returned a positive lateral flow test for coronavirus on Friday morning.

Team Oxford: The seven celebrated scientists who took on Covid-19

Team Oxford: The seven celebrated scientists who took on Covid-19

Team Oxford: The seven celebrated scientists who took on Covid-19

The approval of the Oxford/AstraZeneca jab in December came after experts worked at breakneck speed to turn the tide of the pandemic.

Queen’s quip puts G7 leaders at ease at evening reception

Queen’s quip puts G7 leaders at ease at evening reception

Queen’s quip puts G7 leaders at ease at evening reception

Prime Minister Boris Johnson and wife Carrie were waiting to greet the royal party when they arrived at the Eden Project in Cornwall.

Ian Paisley insists he does not believe Health Minister Robin Swann is dangerous

Ian Paisley insists he does not believe Health Minister Robin Swann is dangerous

Ian Paisley insists he does not believe Health Minister Robin Swann is dangerous

The DUP MP has issued a statement after being condemned for joining Sir Van Morrison in an attack on Northern Ireland’s Health Minister.

The data that could decide if England’s lockdown ends on June 21

The data that could decide if England’s lockdown ends on June 21

The data that could decide if England’s lockdown ends on June 21

Cases, infections and hospital numbers are rising – but are still well below the peak of the second wave.

‘Macron’s mixed veg’ on menu as Biden security teams tuck in to Cornish pasties

‘Macron’s mixed veg’ on menu as Biden security teams tuck in to Cornish pasties

‘Macron’s mixed veg’ on menu as Biden security teams tuck in to Cornish pasties

Pengenna Pasties has renamed the pasties with nods to the G7 nation leaders, including Macron’s mixed veg, Merkel’s minted lamb and Biden’s Big-Un.

Grenfell Tower residents asked for ideas on design of tragedy memorial

Grenfell Tower residents asked for ideas on design of tragedy memorial

Grenfell Tower residents asked for ideas on design of tragedy memorial

The Grenfell Tower Memorial Commission said the fire in June 2017, which killed 72 people, must ‘never be forgotten’.

Johnson to meet EU’s key players amid Brexit storm

Johnson to meet EU’s key players amid Brexit storm

Johnson to meet EU’s key players amid Brexit storm

The row over Northern Ireland’s post-Brexit trading arrangements will loom large in talks between Boris Johnson and EU chiefs.

Pressure mounts on Johnson to delay lockdown lifting

Pressure mounts on Johnson to delay lockdown lifting

Pressure mounts on Johnson to delay lockdown lifting

The BMA joins calls for more time to get people vaccinated before restrictions in England are eased.

G7 leaders to agree new declaration to tackle future pandemics

G7 leaders to agree new declaration to tackle future pandemics

G7 leaders to agree new declaration to tackle future pandemics

The leaders gathered in Cornwall will agree the ‘Carbis Bay Declaration’ on Saturday.

Covid-19 has been a ‘big wake-up call’, says vaccines professor

Covid-19 has been a ‘big wake-up call’, says vaccines professor

Covid-19 has been a ‘big wake-up call’, says vaccines professor

Dublin-born Professor Adrian Hill, who is to receive an honorary knighthood, said the challenge is to prevent future outbreaks of disease.

Queen’s Birthday Honours list is most ethnically diverse to date

Queen’s Birthday Honours list is most ethnically diverse to date

Queen’s Birthday Honours list is most ethnically diverse to date

About one in seven of the recipients are from an ethnic minority background and women outnumber men for the first time in six years.

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