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Moment by moment, step by cautious step, our world is emerging from its long hibernation. From planning holidays and meeting up with old friends to following all the action from the Olympic Games, there’s so much to look forward to in the enticing weeks ahead.

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As a Telegraph subscriber, you’ll gain unrivalled clarity on all the latest developments as Britain opens up. Boris Johnson has said that highly visible “chain-gangs” will deter the anti-social behaviour that he believes has been driven by lockdown. Michael Deacon applies his wry wit to the Prime Minister’s “tough talk on crime” as he reflects on “How a rain-soaked Boris Johnson tried to prove he isn’t a Tory wet”.

It has emerged that the vaccine passports plan for nightclubs was “railroaded through”, despite a majority of ministers calling for it to be postponed. Indeed, a senior MP has warned that vaccine passports could spark the first Tory party split in nearly 200 years. In her compelling commentary on the measures, Sherelle Jacobs argues that this “Tory biosurveillance fantasy is chilling and farcical in equal measure”.

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Jeremy Wilson writes on how Britain’s Tom Dean beat Covid-19 twice to clinch his 200m freestyle gold medal. Pippa Field reports on Naomi Osaka’s shock defeat, following the world No 2’s exit in the third round of the women’s singles. Thom Gibbs applauds that “Olympic heroes' F-bombs are a glorious antidote to platitudes of media-trained footballers”. And don’t miss our expert guide to all the action to come, including dates, times and the key events to watch.

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