Dominic Raab

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Marcus Rashford has turned his attentions towards helping his loca community during the coronavirus pandemic. Photograph:  Oil Scarff/AFP via Getty Images

Who knew that Greater Manchester had a sheriff? And how many of us would have guessed, if pushed for an answer, that his name is Eamonn O’Neal? And if(...)

Dave McGreevy: ‘That’s the only non-negotiable we have. It’s cross-community and that’s it.’ Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

Dave McGreevy was halfway through his Bran Flakes last Sunday morning when he set up a GAA club in east Belfast by mistake. He was watching Andrew Mar(...)

People sunbathe on the beach  in  Brighton on the south coast of England  on the eve of a further relaxation of the  coronavirus lockdown rules. Photograph:  Glyn Kirk/AFP/Getty

The British government has defended its decision to loosen the lockdown after scientists warned that it was too soon to ease restrictions. Housing sec(...)

Bangs on trend: Marianne, played by Daisy Edgar-Jones, in Normal People. Photograph: Enda Bowe/Element

As our contact with the outside world shrinks to the size of a screen, once-private things have been pushed to the fore. Our bookshelves, formerly un(...)

Britain’s Labour Party leader Keir Starmer: “How can we be sure our workplaces are now safe to return to? How can we get to work safely if we need public transport to do so?” Photograph: Jessica Taylor

Boris Johnson’s plan for easing the lockdown is essentially the same as Leo Varadkar’s, Angela Merkel’s and Emmanuel Macron’s: a careful, phased reope(...)

UK and US cybersecurity agencies have warned of hacking attempts against healthcare workers. Photograph: Getty Images

Cybersecurity agencies in the UK and US have issued a joint warning to healthcare and medical research staff, urging them to improve their password se(...)

Britain’s foreign secretary Dominic Raab: For most of the epidemic, Britain has limited testing mostly to people in hospital. Photograph: Pippa Fowles/10 Downing Street/AFP via Getty Images

Britain’s death toll from coronavirus has risen to 26,097 with the inclusion of deaths outside hospitals, the second highest total in Europe after Ita(...)

People visit Yellow Crane Tower in Wuhan, China,  on Wednesday  after it reopened to the public. Photograph:  STR/AFP via Getty Images

China is pushing back against the growing chorus of voices around the world calling for the country to pay compensation for the damage caused by the c(...)

UK prime minister Boris Johnson on April 12th, after his  discharge from hospital for treatment for Covid-19. Photograph:   Pippa Fowles/AFP via Getty

Boris Johnson will return to work to face big decisions on lifting the UK’s nationwide lockdown, amid growing pressure from some government ministers (...)

People exercising at Trocadero square in Paris, France,  during  lockdown. Photograph:  Reuters/Gonzalo Fuentes

The French and Spanish governments will on Tuesday outline detailed plans to ease their lockdowns as more European countries seek to map out an exit r(...)

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