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After so many long months of lockdown, it’s safe to say that we’re all looking to get the best possible value from this hotly anticipated summer.

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As a Telegraph subscriber, you’ll gain an unrivalled perspective as Britain continues to battle against Covid-19. Infection rates have increased in every area of England, with the UK on a “knife edge” over the final stage of unlocking, according to a leading Government advisor. Boris Johnson has warned that hospitalisations from Covid-19 are rising, following the highest single-day rise since February 26. India McTaggart will talk you through the risks posed to “freedom day” on June 21 - and when a decision will be announced.

The Transport Secretary has cautioned that loosening restrictions on international travel would risk “screwing up” the progress made by the UK’s vaccination drive. This week has also seen a grim record set, with more than five million people now waiting for NHS hospital treatment. Speaking to The Telegraph’s Planet Normal podcast, one top scientist has said that lockdowns are “the single biggest public health mistake in history”. Judith Woods, meanwhile, makes a compelling case as she asks “Dear Prime Minister: please can we have our lives back now?”.

Boris Johnson has hailed his first in-person talks with Joe Biden as a “breath of fresh air” at the G7 summit in Cornwall. The two leaders have pledged to restart air travel between their nations as soon as possible, raising hopes for US holidays later this summer. However, the president has expressed fears that Britain is “inflaming” tensions in Ireland and the EU.

In Royal family news, Prince Edward has acknowledged that the drama surrounding the Duke and Duchess of Sussex is “very sad”. Camilla Tominey provides authoritative analysis as she writes that Buckingham Palace’s “frustration” over the Sussexes’ choice of name for their daughter Lilibet is part of a “wider annoyance” at their departure. Robert Taylor adroitly observes that “For the Queen to back the BBC over her grandson is not just awkward, it marks a turning point”. The Queen herself, meanwhile, has poignantly marked what would have been the Duke of Edinburgh's 100th birthday with a rose in his name.

With England set to kick off their Euro 2020 campaign against Croatia on Sunday, Jason Burt highlights how Gareth Southgate has rebuilt since the 2018 World Cup. Scotland have said that they will not take the knee before their matches at the Euros, instead opting to “stand up to racism”. Tom Morgan exclusively reveals that Wembley is close to being given the green light for just under 50 per cent capacity at the knock-out stages. Plus, in their fascinating long read, Daniel Zeqiri and Ben Butcher crunch the numbers to work out who’ll win Euro 2020 - and which outsider they’ll beat in the final.

If you’re planning a trip to the stage, Dominic Cavendish is here to help with his accomplished pick of comedy, theatre shows and dance performances to watch. You’ll also be able to explore Tim Robey’s must-read guide to the 19 best films to watch at cinemas now - and new movie releases for 2021. Marianka Swain tells the absorbing, dramatic story behind one of this summer’s new releases in her article “Weinstein, delays, identity politics: the difficult birth of In the Heights”. And Robbie Collin responds to the “fresh scrutiny” recently undergone by cinema’s most famous archaeologist, writing “Is ‘creepy’ Indiana Jones a cradle-snatcher? Of course not – he doesn't exist”.

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