Car theory tests are changing this month - see how it will affect you

The new rules, which include multiple choice changes, were due to come into force in April, however the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency suspended it due to test closures during the pandemic
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Chelsea boss Frank Lampard hits back at Jose Mourinho over Carabao Cup complaints
'It’s a busy time for us all. They had a free mid-week week last week, we didn’t.'
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Labour MP Claudia Webbe charged with harassment
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Asda takeover: TDR-backed EG Group in pole position for £6.5bn deal
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Inside Manchester Arndale's massive new bowling and games bar
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Pizza Hut confirms 29 UK restaurants to close, putting 450 jobs at risk
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No10 'expects' students can go home at Christmas - but won't give fee refunds
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Sancho's Man Utd transfer in doubt due to 'Borussia Dortmund concerns' with deal
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Inquiry into failings at south Wales maternity units grows to 160 cases
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EU on brink: Brussels warned of collapse amid 'northern state splinter group' claim
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UK coronavirus hospital deaths increase by 10 amid infection surge
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Emilia Clarke’s GOT body double: Inside Rosie Mac’s social media as she wows on Little Mix: The Search
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'I felt unwanted': Zodwa Nyoni on the immigration tales behind Nine Lives
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Brexit: UK risks losing contract for new climate research centre due to leaving EU
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Coronavirus: Tunisia adds UK to ‘red’ list as cases continue to increase
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Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink sends stark warning to Chelsea ahead of Tottenham clash
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EU bottles it: Brussels withdraws threat to storm out of Brexit talks over no deal plans
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French Open: Johanna Konta and Dan Evans join Andy Murray in suffering early exits on brutal day for Britons
British fortunes matched the miserable Parisian weather as Johanna Konta and Dan Evans joined Andy Murray in making early exits from the French Open.
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Martin Lewis' warning to anyone getting married in the next year
The money saving expert has shared some gloomy news with brides and grooms to be
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Wife's torment after husband went to work on Valentine's Day but never came home
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José Mourinho says fixture pile-up will force Spurs to sacrifice Carabao Cup
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Rafael recalls "amazing" Fergie speech which inspired final Premier League title
Sir Alex Ferguson retired from management seven years ago, but not before he guided Manchester United to their 13th Premier League title
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Lorraine Kelly slams anti-lockdown protests as Kate Garraway been through 'hell'
Lorraine Kelly hit out at anti-lockdown protesters as she said Kate Garraway had been to hell and back with her husband Derek Draper's COVID-19 battle
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Two Lotto winners from Oldham have claimed their £1m prize
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Royal Academy Summer Exhibition review – as if the pandemic never happened
Royal Academy, LondonAmid a sea of tasteful landscapes, only the BLM room and apocalyptic works by Tracey Emin and Anselm Kiefer are in tune with our troubled timesFor some reason I expected a sense of urgency. The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition has been directly hit by the pandemic – delayed until they’ve had to scribble “Winter” over its traditional title. The Academy itself is facing such financial chaos as a result of this year’s revenue loss it says it will have to sack 150 people, or maybe sell its Michelangelo. But if you arrive, as I did, anticipating a survey of the state of our harrowed souls, a great gathering of lockdown projects that take the rapid pulse of the time, you’re thinking of a very different institution. This place is more than 250 years old and, boy, does it feel like it.The exhibition at least begins as if the artists have been watching the news. The first room recognises the year of Black Lives Matter with a gathering of black Royal Academicians including Sonia Boyce, Frank Bowling and Yinka Shonibare. The most arresting piece is Isaac Julien’s wall-filling photographic assemblage Lessons of the Hour, London 1983 – Who Killed Colin Roach? This history painting made of black and white photographs reminds you suffering and protest have a long story to tell. Colin Roach died of a gunshot wound in the entrance of Stoke Newington police station in 1983. Continue reading...
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Corrie's Vicky Entwistle and Bruce Jones tear up as they reunite after 4 years
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Gary Lineker and Emma Thompson back campaign asking Boris Johnson to help reunite refugee families
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Laurence Fox shares new tattoos after receiving '7 figures' from Tory donors
Actor Laurence Fox, who's been outspoken on political correctness and 'woke' culture, showed off his new 'Freedom' and 'Space' tattoos after launching his new political party
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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle break silence on Netflix reality show claims
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Uni students are 'paying the price after promises that couldn't be delivered'
'At the moment I feel like I’m throwing my money down the drain for no reason'
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'I told my friend her baby name is ridiculously stupid and now she's upset'
An expectant mum who chose her baby name from Game Of Thrones was warned by a friend that many other parents were making the same choice - so she opted for a very unique spelling instead
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Right Said Fred are hit by backlash for joining anti-lockdown march in London 
Brothers Fred and Richard Fairbrass were slammed after tweeting a picture from the anti-lockdown protest in London on Saturday.
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Armed ex-Trump aide barricades himself in house after being sidelined by president
Brad Parscale, the former Trump campaign manager, was hospitalized after allegedly attempting to 'harm himself.'
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Alicia Keys discusses ‘completely unacceptable’ lack of arrests over Breonna Taylor’s death
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Pizza Hut saved but 73 restaurants will still close - the full list
A deal to cut rents has been signed off by Pizza Hut's landlords meaning the chain will survive, but it's not quite enough to stop 29 restaurants being closed and 450 jobs put at risk
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Loose Women clash as Carol McGiffin accuses Prince Harry and Meghan Markle of ‘hypocrisy’ over rumoured Netflix TV series
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Nine alarming things we learned from Donald Trump's bombshell finances
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Grieving dog digs grave to bury her own dead puppy
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CDC director takes aim at Trump's Covid adviser: 'Everything he says is false'
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New furlough rules from Thursday - how your pay is changing on October 1
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Donald Trump ‘didn’t pay tax but spent £55,000 on his hair in one year’
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Animal Crossing: New Horizons cleans up at Japan Game Awards
Nintendo took home seven awards from the Japan Game Awards, with Animal Crossing: New Horizons alone winning three of them.
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Belarus detains 500 at weekend anti-government protests
Authorities in Belarus have detained 500 people during weekend protests against the country’s authoritarian president, who has claimed his sixth term in office in an election widely seen as rigged
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Google boss bed-bound at 33 after 'broken arm' turned out to be brain cancer
James McGill was given 24-48 hours to live back in May and since then he has defied all odds - he continues his fight and hopes to be out of hospital and home in time for Christmas
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Dimitar Berbatov offers stark Man United assessment in Liverpool comparison
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Coronavirus: £1,000 fine for falsely reporting a contact to force them to self-isolate
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No10 refuses to review 10pm pub curfew and tries to shift blame onto pubgoers
Chaotic scenes in city centres have sparked alarm, with Greater Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham saying the rules were 'doing more harm than good'
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