New data published quietly online yesterday reveals only 1.6m had been tested by mid-May - not 1.8m as previously claimed.
The UK's ambassador to the EU confirms the move, saying the UK would not have a say on decisions.
Across the UK, the number of deaths has had its lowest Friday increase since the start of lockdown
Manchester City will find out on Monday at 9.30am whether their appeal against their two-year European ban is successful.
Maxwell, awaiting trial over alleged involvement in Jeffrey Epstein’s crimes, asks via lawyers in court papers to be released on bail
Aaron McKenzie broke into Kelly Fauvrelle’s bedroom and stabbed her 21 times
Daniel Ricciardo says he cannot explain what "went wrong" to cause his high-speed crash in second practice for the Styrian Grand Prix
Exclusive: health secretary said to be frustrated by his lack of authority over NHS England boss Simon Stevens
And it stars a familiar face
Mobile testing sites being sent to parts of the city where 15- to 24-year-olds are falling ill