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UK Travel: Visitors Can Only Freely Go To 25 Of The 74 ‘Travel Corridor’ Countries

On 10 July, England is set to lift its quarantine requirement for incoming visitors from 74 ‘travel corridor’ countries. However, it is currently only possible to travel freely to 25 on the list, leading people to label the guidelines ‘confusing’.

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Iain Henderson a doubt for Six Nations run-in

Iain Henderson will be in a race to be fit for Ireland’s rearranged Six Nations fixtures against Italy and France after Ulster confirmed the Lions lock has undergone hip surgery.

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Iain Henderson will be in a race to be fit for Ireland’s rearranged Six Nations fixtures against Italy and France after Ulster confirmed the Lions lock has undergone hip surgery. 
The 28-year-old is expected to be sidelined “for a period of 8-10 weeks” which would put his return date between mid and late October and likely to miss the remainder of Ulster’s season. 
Dan McFarland’s side return to action on 23 August against Connacht at the Aviva Stadium and will take on Toulouse in the Champion…

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Finding Freedom: Meghan Markle’s friend said she would be ‘the most wanted woman’ if she dated Prince Harry, book claims

Meghan reportedly told her friend: “Well it’s going to be an experience … and at least it will be a fun night.”

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Meghan Markles friend told her she would be the most wanted woman if she started dating Prince Harry, a new book has claimed.
Royal journalists Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand, co-authored the book Finding Freedom, published on 11 August, based on interviews with over 100 royal sources.
But a spokesperson for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex told The Independent the couple were not involved in the book, which details their relationship and royal life.
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Finding Freedom: Meghan Markle was trained to curtsy and survive kidnapping, new book claims

She was also taught how to develop a relationship with an enemy in a hostage situation, claims new book

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Prior to her wedding to Prince Harry, Meghan Markle was trained in everything from curtsying to surviving a kidnap and hostage situation, a new book claims.
Royal journalists Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durand, co-authored the book Finding Freedom, based on interviews with over 100 royal sources. But a spokesperson for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex told The Independent the couple were not involved in the book, which details their relationship and royal life.
In November 2017 – following their eng…

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