June’s likely green list countries

It came as the UK recorded a single Covid dea-th in a day for the first time since August.

Mr Johnson said there was a “good chance” the one metre plus rule could be ditched from June 21. He yesterday greeted voters – and those left nonplussed at the chance to meet him, pictured above – in Hartlepool, where Tories aim to win this week’s by-election.

See the crucial battlegrounds where Labour’s Red Wall is under pressure.

Divorce for Bill and Melinda Gates after 27 years

Bill and Melinda Gates, one of the world’s most powerful couples, have announced they are divorcing after 27 years of marriage, saying they could no longer “grow together”. Mr Gates, the 65-year-old founder of Microsoft, posted a statement on Twitter revealing that he and Melinda made the decision after a “great deal of thought and work” and that they were entering the “next phase” of their lives. The divorce of the famously charitable couple – who are worth an estimated $127 billion – is likely to send shockwaves through the worlds of philanthropy, public health and business. Read how their divorce could be the most expensive ever.

Hunter Biden on addiction, tragedy and family love

Love is writ large across the Biden family story – for each of the many tragedies that have befallen them, they seem to move closer together. Hunter Biden, the only surviving son of US president Joe Biden, talks to Bryony Gordon about the loss that led to drink and drug addiction – and how his father never gave up on him. Listen to the full interview in Bryony’s Mad World, the award-winning mental health podcast.

At a glance: Coronavirus morning briefing

Also in the news: Today’s other headlines

Trade pact | Britain and India have “fired the starting gun” on a full free trade agreement with the announcement today of a preliminary deal worth £1 billion. Boris Johnson and Narendra Modi, India’s prime minister, have secured fresh co-operation and investments that could create 6,500 jobs in the UK. Writing for The Telegraph, International Trade secretary Liz Truss says it will help fuel the UK’s recovery.  

Around the world: Boar war takes hold

After lockdowns emptied the streets of Haifa, boar have taken over – raiding food bins and breeding furiously. Read our correspondent James Rothwell‘s dispatch from the Israeli city overrun by pigs and view more striking pictures of the day from around the world.

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