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Wills takes George and Charlotte to running event on Father’s Day

George and Charlotte were photographed wearing shorts and trainers, while the duke was dressed in a blue shirt and a pair of navy chinos.
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Royals mark Father’s Day with touching collection of photographs

Pictures were shared on social media on Sunday morning.
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Pilots issue mayday as data suggests UK aviation ‘worst hit by travel rules’

Balpa said the number of flights into and out of the UK has fallen by three-quarters compared to 2019.
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First vaccines doses complete by July 18 in Scotland, says Sturgeon

The latest figures show two new Covid deaths and 950 cases were recorded in the past 24 hours.
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Pair in court over suspicious package left in Edinburgh park

The object, said to have the potential to cause harm, was found in Princes Street Gardens on January 11, 2018.
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EasyJet criticised by environmentalists after launching 12 new domestic routes

The new routes include Liverpool-Bournemouth, Birmingham-Newquay and Manchester-Edinburgh.
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Queen welcomes Bidens to Windsor Castle

The US President inspected an Honour Guard before a military march-past.
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Aer Lingus announces replacement flights after collapse of Stobart Air

The sudden announcement led to the cancellation of several flights on Saturday from Dublin and Belfast City airports to UK cities.
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Jobs warning over axed Aer Lingus flights as Stobart Air appoints liquidator

The announcement has led to the cancellation of several flights from Dublin and Belfast City airports to UK cities.
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Military parade marks Queen’s official birthday

The traditional Trooping the Colour ceremony in London was cancelled due to the pandemic.
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Rapist who fled to US jailed for 15 years

Kim Avis, 57, was extradited to Scotland to face trial earlier this year.
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Joan Eardley paintings fetch more than £220,000 in centenary year

In the same auction, Sir Henry Raeburn’s portrait of Lady Carnegie sold for £100,000.
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Queen honours Philip’s aides and members of military with key funeral roles

Service personnel who formed the bearer party for the duke’s coffin and drove the Land Rover hearse were recognised by the monarch.
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Council to pay £25,000 damages after cancelling venue hire over speaker’s views

Destiny Ministries had planned to hold a conference in the Usher Hall in Edinburgh last June.
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Camilla pays tribute to Duke of Edinburgh

The Duchess of Cornwall wore a tropical print dress by Fiona Clare for her visit to the Garden Museum on London’s South Bank.
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Earl of Wessex: Easing of restrictions helped ‘fill void’ after Philip’s death

Edward told CNN the Queen is doing ‘remarkably well’ in the wake of the Duke of Edinburgh’s death.
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Winnie the Pooh celebrates shared 95th birthday with the Queen in new animation

The story sees Pooh and his friends deliver a gift to Windsor Castle.
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Queen focused on duty ahead of Philip’s 100th birthday

The duke, who died in April, would have celebrated his centenary on June 10.
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Horror of infected blood victim who could have ’caused death to whole family’

Bruce Norval was diagnosed with Hepatitis C aged 23 after being treated with contaminated blood products.
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Charles visits lifeboat college to see capsizing demonstration in wave tank

The prince visited the RNLI in Poole, Dorset, as it prepares for a busy summer on the beaches.
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Charles hails Lili’s birth as ‘happy news’ as he visits Mini plant

The Prince of Wales also paraphrased Sir Michael Caine’s famous one-liner from The Italian Job after taking the diminutive car for a spin.
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Meghan releases children’s book with nods to Harry, Archie and Lili

Meghan and Harry welcomed their second child on Friday.
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Ex-diplomat Murray seeks to take Salmond contempt conviction to Supreme Court

Craig Murray was sentenced to eight months in jail for articles he published on his personal blog over the Alex Salmond sex assaults trial.
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Blood test could help doctors spot deadly aortic tears – research

Patients with Acute aortic syndrome (AAS) need immediate treatment to prevent the artery from rupturing and the patient potentially dying.
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Harry and Meghan ask people to support women’s groups rather than send gifts

The couple’s request was posted on their Archewell Foundation website.
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Meghan and Harry name daughter after Queen and Princess Diana

Princess Elizabeth called herself Lilibet as a toddler when she could not say her own name.
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Harry and Meghan welcome baby daughter

The duchess has given birth to her second child, with two-year-old Archie becoming a big brother.
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Wills and Kate ‘to spend more time in Scotland to bolster Union’

The report comes just days after the couple’s tour of Scotland in which William said the country was “so important” to himself and wife.
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Glasgow drops to Level 2 as coronavirus restrictions ease across Scotland

While the whole of mainland Scotland was supposed to move to Level 1 on Monday, the city will join 13 other council areas in remaining in Level 2.
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Sophie insists royals are ‘still a family no matter what happens’

The Countess of Wessex said she and her husband were flattered to be taking on a more prominent role in the monarchy.
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Sophie insists royals are ‘still a family no matter what happens’

The Wessex couple said they were ‘flattered’ to be taking on a more prominent role in a slimmed-down monarchy.
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How lockdown measures are being eased across the UK

Wales will see its Covid-19 measures further relaxed from June 7.
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Gary Smith elected new head of GMB union

The union’s Scottish regional secretary succeeds Tim Roache.
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Rail usage sinks to pre-1872 levels

Journey numbers in the 12 months to the end of March fell by 78%.
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Queen to meet President Joe Biden, palace announces

The President and First Lady Jill Biden sent their condolences to the Queen following the death of her husband, the Duke of Edinburgh, in April.
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Home movers face eight-day average wait for broadband to start, survey suggests

One in three movers said they had to eat into their mobile data in order to stay online.
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Walter Scott’s poetry to be brought to new audience with £1m project

Researchers at the University of Aberdeen intend to produce a comprehensive version of the author’s poems which are no longer in print.
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Proportion of deaths involving Covid-19 at lowest level for eight months

There were 9,860 deaths from all causes registered in the week ending May 21.
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University’s robot ‘dog’ will help experts understand hazardous environments

The four-legged machine based at the National Robotarium is believed to be the first of its kind in Scotland.
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How lockdown has been eased across the UK

The easing of lockdown restrictions in some areas of Scotland has been delayed
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Scotland entering third wave, says Leitch, as planned Covid relaxations paused

The First Minister is keeping 13 local authority areas in Level 2, while 15 areas will move to Level 1 from Saturday.
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Ferrero to snap up Jammie Dodgers-maker Burton’s Biscuits

Burton’s, which also makes Wagon Wheels and Maryland Cookies, employs about 2,000 people across six factories in the UK.
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Scotland has gone from ‘lockdown to slowdown’ warns small business chief

Andrew McRae of the Federation of Small Businesses said continued Covid restrictions would be the ‘final straw’ for some operators.