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16th June 2021
Travel restrictions may be eased for Britons who have had both jabs

The government is considering relaxing restrictions surrounding international travel for Britons who have had both coronavirus vaccines. A government spokesperson has told Sky News that it is “working with industry for a safe return to international travel, guided by one overwhelming priority – public health”. They added: “Recognising the strong strategic rationale and success of […]

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16th June 2021
Call for Wales to follow England’s lead and make jabs a must for social care staff

A social care leader has made a renewed call for coronavirus vaccinations to be made obligatory for care staff who work with elderly and vulnerable people in the Vale of Glamorgan. Mario Kreft MBE, the chair of Care Forum Wales, said the idea had been given fresh impetus  after it was revealed that vaccinations would […]

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16th June 2021
Cummings scores win with weaponised excerpts but venom of his targets detracts from credibility

In one sense, today was an unquestionable win for Dominic Cummings by securing advertising money can’t buy. Boris Johnson‘s former top aide’s new paid-for blog – which costs £10 a month or £100 a year to subscribe to – was discussed in Parliament, had the opposition running towards TV cameras and was plastered across every […]

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16th June 2021
Third wave coming as Delta variant surges, but vaccine could be game-changer this time

If there was any doubt that we are heading towards a third wave then Wednesday’s daily infection total should go some way towards dispelling those uncertainties. The trend upwards has been exponential. Since May, the Delta variant has been driving a surge in COVID infections. That is why the prime minister was forced to delay […]

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16th June 2021
Wales beat Turkey 2-0 in vital Euro 2020 win despite Bale penalty miss

Wales have beaten Turkey 2-0 in their second game at Euro 2020 thanks to goals by Aaron Ramsey and Connor Roberts. Ramsey controlled a superb pass by Gareth Bale and tucked the ball home from close range on 43 minutes. Bale later wasted a glorious chance to double the lead when he lifted a penalty […]

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16th June 2021
Scientists solve mystery of supergiant star Betelgeuse’s ‘great dimming’

Scientists believe they have solved the mystery behind why one of the brightest stars in the sky suddenly became visibly darker. Betelgeuse – a red supergiant located in the constellation of Orion – lost more than two-thirds of its brilliance, sparking fears the star was coming to the end of its life and could be […]

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16th June 2021
Met Police chief has ‘no intention of resigning’ over force institutional corruption claims

The Metropolitan Police commissioner has defied calls to quit after allegations the force was “institutionally corrupt”. Dame Cressida Dick said she has “no intention of resigning” following the publication of a damning report on Tuesday into the unsolved axe murder of private detective Daniel Morgan in 1987. An independent inquiry found the force had prioritised […]

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16th June 2021
MPs back extension of COVID restrictions until 19 July despite Conservative rebellion

Coronavirus restrictions in England have been extended until 19 July as MPs voted in favour of a four-week delay to lockdown easing. Boris Johnson faced a rebellion from some Conservative MPs who disagreed with the measures being continued into next month, but the regulations passed by 461 votes to 60. It means the next, and […]

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16th June 2021
Major retailers recall pet food over link to potentially deadly cat disease

Sainsbury’s and Pets at Home are among retailers to pull dry cat food from their shelves over a potential link to a deadly feline disease. The FSA and the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) have warned cat owners not to give their pets dry food made on behalf of the brands by […]

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16th June 2021
Biden and Putin agree to return ambassadors to posts in bid to lower tensions

Russia’s Vladimir Putin says he and US President Joe Biden have agreed to return their ambassadors to their respective posts in an attempt to lower tensions. It comes after around four hours of talks between the leaders at a summit in Switzerland. The two men have had face-to-face discussions at a villa on the shores […]

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