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MINISTERS ‘WILL MAKE COVID VACCINES MANDATORY FOR CARE HOME STAFF’

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MINISTERS ‘WILL MAKE COVID VACCINES MANDATORY FOR CARE HOME STAFF’

The Government has held a consultation into the controversial proposal as a measure to protect the most vulnerable from contracting Covid-19. Ministers are reportedly preparing to announce that care home workers will be required to have mandatory coronavirus vaccines. The Government has held a consultation into the controversial proposal as a measure to protect the most vulnerable from contracting Covid-19. Officials at the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) […]

UK AND AUSTRALIA AGREE POST-BREXIT FREE TRADE DEAL

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UK AND AUSTRALIA AGREE POST-BREXIT FREE TRADE DEAL

Mr Johnson and his Australian counterpart, Scott Morrison, announced the agreement on Tuesday despite concerns from farmers on both sides over the deal. Boris Johnson has agreed the broad terms of a free trade deal with Australia, the first negotiated from scratch since Brexit. The Prime Minister said it marked a “new dawn” in the UK’s relationship with Australia, with British products like cars, Scotch whisky and biscuits set to […]

UK FACES TWO MORE DAYS OF SCORCHING WEATHER BEFORE THUNDERSTORMS

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UK FACES TWO MORE DAYS OF SCORCHING WEATHER BEFORE THUNDERSTORMS

Tuesday and Wednesday will be warm, but things are set to change from Thursday Britons have two more days to enjoy the scorching weather until much of the UK is ravaged by thunderstorms. Monday marked the hottest day of the year so far, with temperatures soaring to 29.7C in Teddington, Middlesex, and Met Office meteorologists have said Wednesday could be even warmer in the south. Tuesday is due to be […]

PM SET NEW DATE OF 19TH JULY FOR END OF COVID RESTRICTIONS IN ENGLAND

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PM SET NEW DATE OF 19TH JULY FOR END OF COVID RESTRICTIONS IN ENGLAND

He's ordered the delay to the final phase of his road map due to concerns over the rapidly spreading Delta variant Boris Johnson set a new “terminus date” of July 19 for the end of England’s coronavirus restrictions after being warned that easing restrictions as planned could lead to thousands of deaths. The Prime Minister ordered a delay of up to a month to the final phase of his road […]

BORIS JOHNSON LOOKS SET TO PUT ENGLAND’S LOCKDOWN LIFTING ON HOLD

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BORIS JOHNSON LOOKS SET TO PUT ENGLAND’S LOCKDOWN LIFTING ON HOLD

The Prime Minister is expected to announce a four-week delay to the planned date of 21st June Boris Johnson is facing a furious backlash from Tory MPs as he prepares to put the final lifting of coronavirus lockdown restrictions in England on hold. The Prime Minister is expected to announce the ending of social-distancing rules – which had been slated for June 21 – will be delayed for four weeks […]

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EVERYONE AGED 18 OR OVER IN ENGLAND NOW ABLE TO BOOK COVID VACCINE

For the first time, all adults are now eligible to get an appointment for their first jab Everyone aged 18 and over will be able to book their Covid-19 vaccine in England from Friday. Health Secretary Matt Hancock hailed the vaccination programme “an incredible achievement” as he made the announcement during a speech. It comes as the latest weekly surveillance report from Public Health England (PHE) shows that Covid-19 case […]

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CHESHAM AND AMERSHAM ‘SHOCKWAVE’ PUTS CRACK IN TORY BLUE WALL

The party lost councillors in places including Tunbridge Wells, Surrey and Oxfordshire, as well as the West of England mayoralty. Boris Johnson will be forced to confront some difficult political choices as he assesses the Tory drubbing in Chesham and Amersham. The Liberal Democrats claim the result has sent a “shockwave through British politics” by showing that seats in the “Blue Wall” of Tory seats in southern England are vulnerable. […]

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VICTIM OF PAEDOPHILE BARRY BENNELL TAKES LEGAL ACTION AGAINST EX-BUTLIN’S OWNERS

A victim of paedophile Barry Bennell is taking legal action against the previous owners of Butlin’s after the football coach groomed him while working at a holiday park. David Lean, 53, met the former Crewe Alexandra coach when he visited the company’s resort in Pwllheli, north-west Wales, in 1979. Mr Lean, who was 11 at the time, attended Bennell’s daily soccer school during his week-long holiday and when he left […]

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MINISTERS ‘WILL MAKE COVID VACCINES MANDATORY FOR CARE HOME STAFF’

The Government has held a consultation into the controversial proposal as a measure to protect the most vulnerable from contracting Covid-19. Ministers are reportedly preparing to announce that care home workers will be required to have mandatory coronavirus vaccines. The Government has held a consultation into the controversial proposal as a measure to protect the most vulnerable from contracting Covid-19. Officials at the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) […]

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UK AND AUSTRALIA AGREE POST-BREXIT FREE TRADE DEAL

Mr Johnson and his Australian counterpart, Scott Morrison, announced the agreement on Tuesday despite concerns from farmers on both sides over the deal. Boris Johnson has agreed the broad terms of a free trade deal with Australia, the first negotiated from scratch since Brexit. The Prime Minister said it marked a “new dawn” in the UK’s relationship with Australia, with British products like cars, Scotch whisky and biscuits set to […]

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UK FACES TWO MORE DAYS OF SCORCHING WEATHER BEFORE THUNDERSTORMS

Tuesday and Wednesday will be warm, but things are set to change from Thursday Britons have two more days to enjoy the scorching weather until much of the UK is ravaged by thunderstorms. Monday marked the hottest day of the year so far, with temperatures soaring to 29.7C in Teddington, Middlesex, and Met Office meteorologists have said Wednesday could be even warmer in the south. Tuesday is due to be […]

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PM SET NEW DATE OF 19TH JULY FOR END OF COVID RESTRICTIONS IN ENGLAND

He's ordered the delay to the final phase of his road map due to concerns over the rapidly spreading Delta variant Boris Johnson set a new “terminus date” of July 19 for the end of England’s coronavirus restrictions after being warned that easing restrictions as planned could lead to thousands of deaths. The Prime Minister ordered a delay of up to a month to the final phase of his road […]

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BORIS JOHNSON LOOKS SET TO PUT ENGLAND’S LOCKDOWN LIFTING ON HOLD

The Prime Minister is expected to announce a four-week delay to the planned date of 21st June Boris Johnson is facing a furious backlash from Tory MPs as he prepares to put the final lifting of coronavirus lockdown restrictions in England on hold. The Prime Minister is expected to announce the ending of social-distancing rules – which had been slated for June 21 – will be delayed for four weeks […]

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GRENFELL TOWER RESIDENTS DENIED ‘SWIFT JUSTICE’, FOUR YEARS ON FROM BLAZE

The deadly fire at the tower in West London in the early hours of 14th June 2017 claimed 72 lives A survivor of the Grenfell Tower disaster has said ex-residents are still being “denied swift justice” four years on from the catastrophic fire. Tiago Alves, his father, mother and younger sister all escaped from their home in Flat 105 on the 13th floor in the early stages of the deadly […]

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BRITISH WOMAN OUT OF COMA AFTER CROCODILE BITE IN MEXICO, TWIN SAYS

A British woman who was bitten by a crocodile in Mexico is out of her coma and is able to breathe without medical assistance, her twin has said. Melissa and Georgia Laurie, both 28, from Berkshire, were swimming in the day time in a lagoon in Mexico, around 10 miles from Puerto Escondido, when Melissa was attacked by a crocodile. Georgia saved Melissa by punching the crocodile in the face […]

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