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Boris Johnson doubles fines for not wearing masks to £200 and forces people going into pubs or restaurants to

BORIS Johnson has doubled the fine for anyone who fails to wear a face mask to £200 - and ordered people to wear them in restaurants and pubs too. The PM also revealed today he has made it mandatory for staff in pubs, restaurants and shops along with anyone getting a cab as part of…

Public will have to pay for ‘moonshot’ Covid-19 tests, Dido Harding says

People with no coronavirus symptoms will have to pay for 'Operation Moonshot' tests, the head of the government's testing programme has said.Dido Harding told a meeting of business leaders that not all the proposed 15-minute checks would be made available for free on the NHS.Individuals who wanted a test to show they could resume a…

Rapid Covid tests could be ‘consumer product’, says Dido Harding

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Brexit fishing betrayal: Boris ordered to resist EU demands or ‘suffer the consequences’

Express. Home of the Daily and Sunday Express. A FRUSTRATED Brexiteer warned Boris Johnson of the dangers of ignoring the importance of fishing rights in the Brexit trade talks with the EU.PUBLISHED: 16:00, Mon, Sep 21, 2020 | UPDATED: 16:05, Mon, Sep 21, 2020 Link copied Sign up for FREE now and never miss the…

UK ‘faces 50,000 Covid cases a day by mid-October’

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionChief Scientific Officer Sir Patrick Vallance says measures must be taken to stop the spread of Covid-19.The UK could see 50,000 new coronavirus cases a day by mid-October without further action, the government's chief scientific adviser has warned.Sir Patrick Vallance said that "would be expected to lead…

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Woman suspected of sending packages to Donald Trump arrested Donald Trump has told Fox and Friends he intends to name his nominee to the US Supreme Court to replace the late liberal justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg by “Friday or probably Saturday”.The president also challenged the Democrats to impeach him again if they object to his…
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India, China agree not to send more troops to the frontline

NEW DELHI: India and China on Tuesday said they had agreed to strengthen communication, refrain from sending more troops to the border and avoid actions that would worsen tensions between the two countries. The points of agreement, put out in a joint statement, after the sixth round of talks between senior military commanders on Monday,…