1. Scotland beat England but Home Championships voided in 1981  BBC News
  2. UK quarantine plan: what will it mean for travellers?  The Guardian
  3. BBC Weather: Record-breaking Bank Holiday heatwave to engulf UK - thunderstorm warning  Express.co.uk
  4. UK coronavirus death toll grows by 157 in 24 hours in England alone as 12-year-old among latest victims  The Sun
  5. Can I visit Scotland? A guide to lockdown travel rules north of the border  Telegraph.co.uk
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Winning at Wembley was Willie Miller's defining moment in a Scotland shirt, but it counted for little for the national team in the 1981 Home Championships.Winning at Wembley was Willie Miller's defining moment in a Scotland shirt, but it counted for little for the national team in the 1981 Home Championships.

Scotland beat England but Home Championships voided in 1981 - BBC Sport

THE latest BBC weather forecast for the Bank Holiday weekend shows a huge blast of Saharan air will turn Monday into a record-breaking scorcher but not before severe thunderstorms and dangerous waves rock the UK.THE latest BBC weather forecast for the Bank Holiday weekend shows a huge blast of Saharan air will turn Monday into a record-breaking scorcher but not before severe thunderstorms and dangerous waves rock the UK.

BBC Weather: UK set for record-breaking 25C heatwave following severe thunderstorms | Weather | News | Express.co.uk

Scotland's lockdown restrictions will be eased next week, but this doesn't mean English day-trippers are welcomeScotland's lockdown restrictions will be eased next week, but this doesn't mean English day-trippers are welcome

Can I visit Scotland? A guide to the lockdown travel rules north of the border | Telegraph Travel

CORONAVIRUS fatalities in the UK have risen to at least 36,550 after 157 more deaths were recorded in the past 24 hours. The youngest victim was aged just 12, Government officials say. ⚠️ Read our …

UK coronavirus death toll grows by 157 in 24 hours in England alone as 12-year-old among latest victims – The Sun

“Excellent analysis by @hayward_katy on the UK’s Command Paper on implementing the Northern Irish Protocol. https://t.co/1ZwSvmWOyY”

Tony Connelly on Twitter: "Excellent analysis by @hayward_katy on the UK’s Command Paper on implementing the Northern Irish Protocol. https://t.co/1ZwSvmWOyY"

“A small but very tangible example of how #Brexit is loosening Northern Ireland’s ties to the United Kingdom and ironically helped brought about by the @DUPleader, who claims to be one of the unions staunchest defenders: https://t.co/SA7vv0ZylW”

Darren McCaffrey on Twitter: "A small but very tangible example of how #Brexit is loosening Northern Ireland’s ties to the United Kingdom and ironically helped brought about by the @DUPleader, who claims to be one of the unions staunchest defenders: https://t.co/SA7vv0ZylW"

“Northern Ireland is working on its own contact tracing app Its Health Minister says he won't encourage people to download the UK one when it's made available - and criticised "difficulties" and "uncertainties", especially around "who owns the data" https://t.co/ZJAy5WtTQh”

Rowland Manthorpe on Twitter: "Northern Ireland is working on its own contact tracing app Its Health Minister says he won't encourage people to download the UK one when it's made available - and criticised "difficulties" and "uncertainties", especially around "who owns the data" https://t.co/ZJAy5WtTQh"

“Brexit led to fears the United Kingdom could become the disunited realm. The Coronavirus pandemic is making that real, not just Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland but even parts of the North of England and Midlands breaking away from London’s grip. https://t.co/RvmBQxSCjs”

Mihir Bose on Twitter: "Brexit led to fears the United Kingdom could become the disunited realm. The Coronavirus pandemic is making that real, not just Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland but even parts of the North of England and Midlands breaking away from London’s grip. https://t.co/RvmBQxSCjs"

There are different rules in England, Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland There are different rules in England, Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland

Who am I allowed to see outside my household under the lockdown rules? - Gloucestershire Live

Parts of western Scotland have seen 100mm of rain during the last 24 hours, but head further south and east and some places have yet to see a drop this month. Even the wet northwest will start to dry out during tomorrow though, with a warm, dry and sunny Bank Holiday Monday to follow for just about everyone.Parts of western Scotland have seen 100mm of rain during the last 24 hours, but head further south and east and some places have yet to see a drop this month. Even the wet northwest will start to dry out during tomorrow though, with a warm, dry and sunny Bank Holiday Monday to follow for just about everyone.

100mm of rain has fallen for some but a sunny, dry Bank Holiday Monday is on the way

A 12-year-old has died after testing positive for coronavirus, as the UK death toll jumps to 36,573.Another 180 people were confirmed to have lost their lives in hospitals on Saturday.

12-year-old among dead as UK death toll jumps to 36,573 | Metro News

The rules are different across the UK and are set to change further in the coming weeksThe rules are different across the UK and are set to change further in the coming weeks

Who you can and can't meet under coronavirus lockdown rules - Liverpool Echo

Earlier this month, Boris Johnson unveiled the government’s three-phase plan to bring the country out of lockdown, outlining a 'road map for… Earlier this month, Boris Johnson unveiled the government’s three-phase plan to bring the country out of lockdown, outlining a 'road map for…

UK lockdown: Here's when the next review will be | Salisbury Journal

There are different rules in England, Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland There are different rules in England, Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland

Who am I allowed to see outside my household under the lockdown rules? - Cambridgeshire Live