Downing Street has contradicted Home Secretary Priti Patel after she claimed people in England should only exercise alone during the current national lockdown.
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A “stubborn number” of people are still refusing to follow the rules despite England entering a third coronavirus lockdown, the chairman of the National Police… Read More »‘Stubborn number’ of people still refusing to follow COVID rules
2.6 million jabs given to 2.3 million people – but UK told vaccine ‘not a free pass’ to ignore rules
More than 2.6 million doses of coronavirus vaccines have been given to almost 2.3 million people, the health secretary has said, as an NHS boss… Read More »2.6 million jabs given to 2.3 million people – but UK told vaccine ‘not a free pass’ to ignore rules
Demand for hospital services caused by the rampant coronavirus has put ambulance staff under “unprecedented pressure”, with handover delays on a scale not seen before,… Read More »Delays in ambulance handovers ‘on a scale not seen before’