Today's top headlines from The Telegraph

Today’s top headlines from The Telegraph

Welcome to your early-morning news briefing from The Telegraph – a round-up of the top stories we are covering on Monday. To receive twice-daily briefings by email, sign up to our Front Page newsletter for free.

1. ‘Stay at home’ to be scrapped as Boris Johnson unveils route to normality 

Boris Johnson will announce that the ‘stay at home’ rule will be scrapped next month, as outdoor sports return and families can finally meet in gardens.

Revealing his long-awaited reopening “road map”, the Prime Minister will say school sports will be allowed when children return to classrooms on Mar 8 and all organised outdoor sport will be permitted from Mar 29.

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2. Vaccinate children as ‘quickly as possible’ to keep schools safe

Children should be vaccinated against coronavirus as quickly as possible to bring disruption in schools to an end, a leading member of the Sage advisory committee has said.

Prof John Edmunds said there was a “significant risk of a resurgence” of the virus until everyone in the country had been vaccinated, including children.

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3. Prince William hopes to repair rift with Prince Harry now work ties have been severed

The Duke of Cambridge is keen to focus on “purely family matters” with the Duke of Sussex, in order to repair their bond after work ties were finally severed, palace sources have said.

It is hoped that after months of bitter ruminations over the Sussexes’ decision to quit royal life, the brothers will be in a position to heal their rift by focusing solely on personal links.

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4. Aircraft grounded in US and Japan over engine failures that showered debris ont the ground

United Airlines grounded 24 of its Boeing 777s on Sunday while Japan also suspended some of its fleet, after two jets using the same family of engines showered debris on the ground shortly after take-off.

The  US Federal Aviation Administration issued an emergency airworthiness directive calling for the inspection of Boeing 777s, following two separate incidents on Saturday which saw air safety investigators on both sides of the Atlantic open inquiries.

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5. Trump to cement grip on Republican party by addressing key conservative event

Donald Trump will move to tighten his grip on the Republican party by addressing the flagship event of the conservative calendar next weekend.

Mr Trump will be one of the speakers at the Conservative Public Action Conference in Orlando, Florida in what will be his first public appearance since his speech to supporters ahead of the January 6 Capitol riot.

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