They include ending the legal requirement for Covid certification to enter some hospitality venues and the reopening of nightclubs.
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There are 10 local authorities with take-up below 50%.
Louis Watkiss, 12, died after a collision on the slopes of the SnowDome in Tamworth in September 2021.
The duchess made friends with cockapoo pup Alfie, 10 weeks, as she and William visited a hospital in East Lancashire to thank staff.
The former prime minister described the broadcaster as an ‘internationally renowned institution’.
Experts say their findings highlight the need to identify measures to help promote a healthy working lifespan.
The research, commissioned by Prime Minister Boris Johnson, found the project ‘would be impossible to justify��.
Innovative mobile apps have helped attract customers to newer digital challengers, the Financial Conduct Authority said.
The Government temporarily relaxed competition law between CO2 users in October so they could prioritise deliveries to the food industry.
Clive Watson, chief executive of the pub group, told the PA news agency that it has been ‘coming through the worst of it’ in recent weeks.
Energy UK chief executive Emma Pinchbeck said bills were expected to rise not just in April but again in October ‘if nothing changes’.
ONS data also shows the highest proportion of firms reporting falling turnover since the height of the first lockdown as Omicron hit hard.
The Opposition raised concerns that negotiations with the US are being affected by the Northern Ireland Protocol.
Bury South MP Christian Wakeford, who quit the Tories for Labour, said he was told his constituency would lose a school if he didn't vote a certain way.
Rachel Reeves also accused the Conservatives of being “the party of high taxation because they are the party of low growth”.
Hannah Sindrey was convicted of the murder of Paul Fletcher at her flat in Rayleigh, Essex.
Minister Maria Caulfield said the health service is intent on diagnosing cancer at an earlier stage.
The lane in Harrow, London, is only marginally longer than a double decker bus.
Police officers, solicitors and school secretaries are least likely to be unvaccinated.
Luke Graham, 31, was lured to the area in Ashton-under-Lyne, Manchester, on the premise that he was carrying out a drug deal.
A four-year project includes funding to block drainage ditches and remove trees on the peat bogs in Northumberland and Cumbria.