Environment Secretary George Eustice has said the popular egg and sausagemeat snack will allow people to visit the pub in Tier 2 with friends or family for an alcoholic drink.
The Environment Secretary said formal discussions between Britain and Brussels are entering a 'crucial week' and that 'we need to get a breakthrough'.
China's foreign ministry spokesman Lijian Zhao drew outrage after sharing an image on Twitter on Monday showing a smiling soldier covering a young child with the Australian flag.
The group behind major high street brands including Topshop, Burton and Dorothy Perkins could collapse within hours - with 13,000 staff facing losing their job.
Baroness Dido Harding told NHS bosses her team was investigating the passports. She hoped the NHS Covid-19 app would soon be able to display whether someone was vaccinated.
The three people were found with serious injuries including a woman with critical wounds at a Narre Warren property about 1pm on Monday. The woman later died in hospital, police said.
The funeral for slain Iranian nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh took place in Tehran on Monday as the country's defence minister vowed that 'this crime will not go unpunished'.
LORD WALDEGRAVE: Eton now, as in the past, is a school which prides itself on encouraging open-minded, independent and critical thinking.
Briana Tierra Johnson's body was discovered by troopers in Victor Campbell Jr's trunk after a brief police pursuit when he was caught speeding in Beaumont, Texas.
James Corden slammed US President Trump in a 60 Minutes interview, describing the current state of politics as 'good versus evil' under the Trump administration.
Footage of last week's attack against Michel Zecler has gone viral in France, sparking a wave of protests and renewed anti-police sentiment.
James Aspell, owner of 400 Rabbits Tequila and Mezcal Cocktail Bar in Nottingham, has applied to convert it to The Church of the Four Hundred Rabbits, as places of worship can stay open in Tier 3.
Jharal Yow Yeh suffered a compound fracture to his ankle after competing for a high ball against the South Sydney Rabbitohs in Perth in 2012.
Sandeep Kaur, 27, moved to Brisbane as an Indian international student in 2013 and began her driving journey with smaller local trucks in 2016.