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People protest in London following further allegations of lockdown-breaching gatherings at Downing Street.
Young people aged 16 and 17 in England will able to get a COVID booster jab from Monday, it has been announced. "We know that the best protection against coronavirus is to get vaccinated and I'd urge everyone, whatever your age, to come forward and get that vital top-up as soon as it is possible." More than 600,000 people in the age group in England have already had their second jab, and so will be able to get boosted in the coming weeks as they reach three months after the second dose.
A 5-year-old British girl has been killed in a tragic accident on a ski slope in the French Alps. Last night a 40-year-old local man was in police custody and an investigation was opened for manslaughter. The horrific accident happened yesterday morning at around 11am in the ski resort of Flaine, in the Haute-Savoie region of the French Alps, 50 miles from the Swiss city of Geneva.
The Labour leader made the remark as he laid out his vision for reforming the NHS.
The massive underwater volcanic eruption in Tonga was so powerful it was recorded around the world and triggered a tsunami that flooded Pacific coastlines from Japan to the United States, scientists said Sunday.
Wife of Oath Keepers founder says he is a "complete sociopath"
'Kill the bill' protests take place across the UK
Mark Drakeford has said he would take a “very dim view” if he discovered parties had been held in Welsh Government buildings during the pandemic.
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The Novak Djokovic vaccine saga took another turn this week, when Australian immigration minister Alex Hawke moved to cancel the tennis star’s visa for a second time due to concerns over “the health, safety or good order of the Australian community.” This was after Djokovic originally had his visa cancelled at border control when he arrived in the country on 6 January, with this move later being overturned in the Australian court system. Part of what may have gone against the Serb in this latest twist in the saga is his failure to declare that he had visited Spain in the two weeks prior to arriving the country, and his admission that he left isolation in his native country to attend an interview with L’Équipe when he was knowingly positive for Covid-19.
A No 10 spokesman said ministers remain committed to bring forward new anti-espionage laws to counter the threat from foreign spies.
Boris Johnson is planning to sack several staff members in a desperate bid to save his embattled premiership, according to reports. The Prime Minister will axe several members of his inner circle ahead of the publication of Sue Gray’s report into a string of alleged parties held at Downing Street and across Whitehall in 2020. Mr Johnson faced further embarrassment over gatherings this week after an email from a senior adviser leaked.
The actor who plays Aunt Lydia said filming was due to begin this month.
After Virat Kohli's sudden resignation the spotlight turned to his likely successor as India Test captain on Sunday, with white-ball skipper Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul favourites to take over the high-pressure job.
Boris Johnson is set to axe free lateral flow tests amid concerns over their cost, it has been reported. Under the new proposals, free tests will be limited to high-risk settings such as care homes, hospitals and schools. Nicola Sturgeon last night warned the Prime Minister that scrapping the free tests would be “utterly wrongheaded”.
Supreme Court nominee says his name has been 'totally and permanently destroyed'.
The British Conservative Party chairman rejected calls for Prime Minister Boris Johnson to resign but said he must address the culture within his government that resulted in multiple staff gatherings at his residence during coronavirus lockdowns. Johnson has apologised for attending a gathering in the garden of his Downing Street residence in May 2020 where staff had been invited to bring their own alcohol at a time when strict rules forbade the public from almost all socialising. "We need to find out the facts and then the Prime Minister needs to respond effectively and to address the culture in Downing Street," Conservative Party Chairman Oliver Dowden told Sky News on Sunday.
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