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The UK’s top civil servant is promising to eliminate any further conflicts of interest between mandarins and business in the wake of the Greensill Capital affair – that’s the lead in The Daily Telegraph. 

The Daily Telegraph has a coronavirus statistic story which says almost a quarter (23%) of all COVID-registered deaths are people who have died with the virus, rather than from an infection. It also says the...

The Daily Telegraph also reports the Queen’s comments that Prince Philip’s death has left a “huge void in her life”.It quotes Prince Andrew as saying his mother is “an incredibly stoic person” and that they are...

British holidaymakers will have to pay hundreds of pounds for COVID-19 tests if they want to take a trip abroad this summer under plans to be announced by the government, says The Daily Telegraph.

The Daily Telegraph also reports on the pausing of the study, and quotes a government adviser who says slowing the rollout of the vaccine may be needed to maintain public trust.

The Daily Telegraph also reports on the pausing of the study and quotes a government expert as saying slowing the roll-out of the vaccine may be needed to maintain public trust.

The Daily Telegraph’s front page focuses on Boris Johnson’s warning that normality is still “some way off”, alongside scientists’ claims that the lifting of all restrictions on 21 June will cause a new wave of...

Boris Johnson will announce in a Downing Street press conference on Monday that the next stage of lifting COVID restrictions in England will go ahead as planned on Monday 12 April, The Daily Telegraph reports....

Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer has criticised the idea of vaccine passports for pubs – as floated by Boris Johnson – saying they would go against the “British instinct”, writes The Daily Telegraph. 

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