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Sunday briefing

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1. Queen’s Jubilee shock: A starring function with Paddington Bear (and what she actually retains in her purse)

The Queen took the world without warning on Saturday as she shared afternoon tea with Paddington Bear, starring on display together with her personal marmalade sandwiches and lighting up the Platinum Jubilee celebrations as solely she will.

The monarch delighted an viewers of thousands and thousands around the globe by inviting the animated bear for tea at Windsor Fortress in a prime secret sequence in honour of the Jubilee. Learn the total story.

2. Boris Johnson prepares regulation to override Northern Eire Protocol

Boris Johnson is getting ready to unveil a brand new regulation overriding the Northern Eire Protocol this week as he seeks to beat a Tory mutiny over his management.

The Prime Minister is planning to publish laws that the European Union has warned would danger a commerce battle. Learn the total story.

3. NHS funding personal healthcare for workers whereas sufferers face document ready lists

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NHS trusts are utilizing taxpayers’ cash to fund personal medical exams and remedy for workers whereas sufferers languish on document ready lists, The Telegraph can disclose.

Hospitals and ambulance trusts are paying for workers to endure personal care starting from MRI scans to physiotherapy and psychiatric care in London’s Harley Avenue. Learn the total story.

4. Wind farm and nuclear electrical energy could possibly be exempt from windfall tax

Electrical energy generated by wind farms and nuclear energy crops could possibly be exempted from a proposed windfall tax on vitality companies following a backlash over the plans, The Telegraph can disclose.

Rishi Sunak has been quietly consulting enterprise leaders on proposals to increase the windfall tax imposed on North Sea oil and fuel producers solely to cowl earnings made on electrical energy generated from fossil fuels. Learn the total story.

5. Animal rights protesters dragged from observe at Epsom Derby

Animal rights protesters who wish to “rewild” royal land needed to be dragged from the observe at Epsom after making an attempt to disrupt the Derby.

Six ladies carrying sashes saying “animal justice” rushed onto the course, mendacity down in entrance of the grandstand and in full view of the Royal Field. Learn the total story.

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