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F1 preview: A lap of the Bahrain Grand Prix
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No 'normal' UK Christmas, finance minister warns
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London and Bristol buildings lit up for those left 'in the dark' by pandemic
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Britons hit the town ahead of second lockdown
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Photographing 'black Britons who've broken the glass ceiling'Photographer John Ferguson says he is "proud" to have his work shown on the streets of his hometown.
Giro d'Italia: Tao Geoghegan Hart wins first Grand TourTao Geoghegan Hart becomes only the second Briton to win the Giro d'Italia as he takes the title in Milan.
'I don't see who's next' - Watson concerned about future of British tennisHeather Watson expresses concerns about the future of British tennis after she became the final Briton to be knocked out in the French Open singles first round.
No British men in French Open second round as Norrie & Broady loseThere will be no Britons in the French Open men's singles second round after defeats for Cameron Norrie and Liam Broady.
Tunisia: Islamic State group claims Sousse knife attackMonday's incident happened in Sousse, where 38 people, mostly Britons, were killed in a 2015 attack.
Tunisia: Policeman and three militants dead after 'terrorist' attackThe incident happened in Sousse, where 38 people, mostly Britons, were killed in a 2015 attack.
Coronavirus: Britons in Portugal await UK quarantine decisionHolidaymakers describe an anxious wait as ministers meet to discuss imposing restrictions.
Calais mayor says Boris Johnson needs to 'calm down' over migrant crossings, as 70% of Britons back deploying navyNatacha Bouchart says prime minister's pronouncements amount to 'provocation'
UK heatwave: Chaos at beaches as Britons swarm coastlines and cause two-mile traffic jamsCouncils, coastguard and police issue multiple warnings for people to stay safe or find less busy spots
'Deeply concerning': Only just over half of Britons are committed to taking coronavirus vaccine, study findsWarning that 'conspiracy theories and mistrust of government, authority and science' threaten best chance of beating Covid-19
'Shoulders, knees and toes to follow': Britons react to Boris Johnson's new coronavirus slogan 'Hands, Face, Space''Why do those who lead us think we only understand glib soundbites?' asks one commentator
Coronavirus: Public switching off from lockdown rules due to 'deplorable' government messaging, say expertsBritons 'getting alienated', warns member of Independent Sage group of scientists
Coronavirus: Boris Johnson claims 'massive success' despite England having highest excess death rate in EuropePM says virus re-emerging in countries abroad and urges Britons not to 'lose focus'
New study explores British people's 'disgusting' property viewing experiencesAlmost half of Britons blame filthy carpets, dirty dishes in the sink and the smell of cats
Boris Johnson elbow bumps police officer while not wearing mask, breaking social distancing guidelinesPM urged Britons not to 'lose focus' and to keep observing the guidelines
Ryanair won't cut Spain flights despite quarantine rulesAirline pledges to continue taking Britons on holiday despite new government restrictions
Government 'too slow' to rescue Britons stranded abroad by pandemic, inquiry findsCross-party committee says cost cutting behind decision to use commercial flights rather than charter planes to get Britons home
Britons do not believe life will go back to normal by Christmas, poll suggestsPublic believe prime minister and government 'making up their coronavirus policies as they go along'
Boris Johnson backs calls for 'summer of weight loss' amid anti-obesity driveBoris Johnson has suggested Britons should lose weight this summer as the NHS prepares for a possible second wave of Covid-19 later this year
WHO strongly rejects 'unfounded' Mike Pompeo allegationsUS secretary of state claimed head of WHO 'bought' out by China in deal that later led to 'dead Britons'
Mike Pompeo claims WHO has been 'bought' by China in meeting with MPs, reports sayTrump official alleges health body is responsible for 'dead Britons' in coronavirus pandemic
Shamima Begum: Leaving Isis Britons in Syrian camps could be more dangerous than allowing them into UK, government warnedMinisters accused of 'putting their heads in the sand' on threat posed by terrorists detained in unstable foreign camps
FA Cup quiz: Can you name 18 Britons to manage in the final since 1993?Can you name the 18 British managers to take charge in an FA Cup final since 1992-93?
Coronavirus: 1 in 5 Britons say friendships and relationships have worsened during lockdownOne-quarter of workers say relations with colleagues have deteriorated since March
'New start: let's get going': Brexit information campaign warns Britons of risks as full departure loomsTalk of 'opportunity' likened to Orwell-style 'Newspeak' – as advice highlights perils from new travel rules, bigger phone bills and border chaos
Coronavirus: Most Britons still 'uncomfortable' eating outAn Office for National Statistics survey suggests just two-in-10 would be happy to dine indoors.
Britons overwhelmingly want NHS privatisation to end after coronavirus crisis, survey findsExclusive: Coronavirus crisis has revived debate over making health service fully public-sector operated, says think tank
Coronavirus: Government accused of shambles as list of countries exempt from quarantine announcedMinisters were accused of a shambles as the government finally announced Britons will be able to holiday in dozens of countries including France, Spain and Italy this summer.
Father and son 'left in limbo' by failed terror caseAll Britons accused of terror offences linked to a Kurdish militia in Syria have been cleared.
'We got it wrong': Treasury deletes tweet telling Britons to get back to pub on 'Super Saturday'One MP says government publicity could lead to 'resurgence of coronavirus infection and death'
Britons being refused job interviews in Europe because of Brexit, MPs toldLoss of free movement rights means UK workers not suitable for many professional roles
Coronavirus: Holiday bookings 'explode' as travel restrictions easeTravel companies hail news Britons will be able to visit some European countries without self-isolating on their return.
Coronavirus: Singapore bans Britons for lockdown 'bar crawl'The men, who visited three bars in 45 minutes, have been banned from working in Singapore.
More than 90 per cent of Britons back continued ban on chlorinated chicken importsPoll finds widespread support across all sections of society
Britons who have lost jobs during pandemic could be encouraged to take on social care work, says government adviserBut campaigners warn higher unemployment rates among British workers 'won't magically fill the gaps' created by government's proposed post-Brexit immigration system
UK weather: Britons urged to stay safe in heatwave as temperatures soar above 30CMercury could hit 33C in some parts on Wednesday
British embassy confirms Brits can travel to Spain from June 21The British embassy in Spain confirmed on Monday that British citizens will be allowed to travel to the Iberian country when it opens its borders next Sunday, but still advised against any..
US trade deal poses greatest threat to food safety since mad cow disease, Britons warnedWhich? raises alarm after Boris Johnson dumped promised ban on chlorinated chicken and hormone-fed beef, to strike quickfire agreement with Donald Trump
Digital love: Britons to embrace lessons of COVID-19 dating as rules easeThose looking for love during the COVID-19 pandemic have had to adapt to lockdown dating, but innovations such as video "pre-dates" may end up outliving the coronavirus as restrictions on liaisons are..
European tourist hotspots hope to lure Britons despite quarantineWith Britons still unsure if they can travel to holiday in Europe this summer, its restaurants, hotels and bars are increasingly anxious about losing their business.
The black British history you may not know aboutFrom the black Britons in Roman times, to Henry VIII's trumpeter and our very own bus boycott.
Jason Kenny tips wife Laura for British Olympic gold medal recordJason Kenny expects wife Laura to claim most the Olympic gold medals by a Briton - even if he sets the record himself in Tokyo next year.
Fleeing Brexit, Britons drive up German 'naturalisations'Britons drove up an increase in the number of foreigners obtaining German citizenship last year, with more naturalised than in any year since Britain's 2016 referendum vote to leave the European Union,..
Under new guidelines, Britons plan for a different kind of BBQPeople across Britain plan to invite friends and family to barbecues in their gardens with the latest easing of social distancing measures on Monday, but a list of rules will make them a little more..
Britons clap their support for health workersBritons took to their doorsteps and balconies on Thursday to show their appreciation for health workers on the front line of the coronavirus crisis, in what could be the last such celebration.
Britons bristle at explanation of Johnson aide's lockdown tripBritish Prime Minister Boris Johnson says people should make up their own minds about the decision of his senior aide Dominic Cummings to drive 250 miles (400 km) from London during lockdown. The early..
Britons set for five days of sunshine as lockdown restrictions come under increasing pressureTemperatures could hit 25C in London on Tuesday
Under fire over lockdown trip, close aide to UK's Johnson toughs it outBritish Prime Minister Boris Johnson's closest aide refused to resign on Monday, saying he had done nothing wrong by driving 250 miles from London to access childcare when Britons were being told to..
'Police will use enforcement if they have to': Britons warned to avoid beaches over bank holiday weekendPublic lavatories remain closed in many places, raising additional hygiene issues for visitors, councils say
Britons flocking to beaches 'making a mockery' of coronavirus strategy says Dr Hilary'How many of those people would have the much-vaunted smartphone app on the beach?' asks TV physician