The Duke of Edinburgh's recovery from hospital treatment for abdominal pains has gone well enough for him to return to public life earlier than expected.
Prince Philip's first official engagement will see him hand out medals at the Royal Society of Edinburgh in the Scottish capital on Monday August 12.
The 92-year-old had planned to take two months to recover from his spell at the London Clinic, after he was discharged on June 17, but will return to public duty just under a week ahead of schedule.
More top news
Those who wear face veils in public are liable to a £664 fine and a suspension of social benefits.
The extent of last winter's floods has been revealed after a survey by the Local Government Association
Jackie Walker, vice-chair of the pro-Corbyn group Momentum, was suspended over comments shown on a leaked video.