The slave trader statue that was toppled in Bristol was an “affront”, the city’s mayor has said – but it will still “highly likely” end… Read More »Slave trader statue was an ‘affront’, says Bristol mayor as he reveals what will happen to it now
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Travellers arriving in the UK must self-isolate for 14 days from today under new rules being described by some airlines as “unlawful” and “ineffective”.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock has told Sky News “it is undoubtedly a risk” that the number of coronavirus cases will rise in the UK following… Read More »Protests ‘undoubtedly risk’ increasing coronavirus cases – health sec
Boris Johnson will make a key speech on rebuilding Britain’s economy in the wake of the coronavirus crisis, amid growing concern that he does not… Read More »PM to set out plans to rebuild economy amid fears of lack of strategy over second surge
Labour’s shadow health secretary has accused the government of “covering up vital recommendations” that could help protect black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) people from… Read More »Labour accuses government of covering up recommendations to protect BAME people
The R value – a key measure of how much coronavirus is spreading – is around the crucial figure of one in the North West… Read More »COVID-19 R value ‘rising’ to ‘around 1 in North West and South West’ of England
Plans to make face coverings compulsory on public transport do not go far enough, the British Medical Association has warned.