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The Times front page also features the newly-released picture of the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh on holiday in Scotland together.

The Times is one of a number of Wednesday’s papers highlighting that a senior civil servant worked at private company Greensill Capital while still in Whitehall. But, it says, the government has admitted the move...

The Times goes with David Cameron’s reaction to the launch of an independent inquiry into lobbying and Greensill Capital, reporting the former prime minister will be happy to discuss his role.

The Queen has described the death of her husband as leaving a “huge void” in her life says The Times.Prince Andrew relayed the comments after attending a church service in Windsor on Sunday, adding that the...

The Times also reports on the death of Prince Philip, saying he passed away two months before his 100th birthday. The paper recalls the Queen describing him as “my strength and stay” during their golden wedding...

The Times leads with a poll saying Britons overwhelmingly trust the Oxford-AstraZeneca coronavirus jab despite concerns about rare blood clots, suggesting the UK’s vaccination programme is still on track.

The Times says a small trial of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine in children has been paused while the UK medicines regulator looks at reports it may be linked to a tiny number of clots in adults.A...

The Times says a small trial of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine in children has been paused while the UK medicines regulator looks at reports it may be linked to a tiny number of clots in adults.A...

Pubs, restaurants and bars may allow their customers to break social distancing rules if they have a COVID passport, reports The Times.

An advertising campaign will encourage people in England to take two rapid coronavirus tests a week from Friday, The Times reports.

Britain’s “successful vaccination programme” will be used as a “blueprint for the future of the health service”, The Times reports.

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