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Sturgeon: England’s restrictions ‘will not be sufficient’
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Warning over dire consequences of Covid and flu ‘co-infection’
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Hancock announces childcare exemption for local lockdown areas
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Coronavirus: Areas in England with most new cases per 100,000 people
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Vallance and Whitty arrive ahead of Downing Street briefing
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£10,000 fines for breaching self-isolation rule
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UK: Endangered beaver making a comeback
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Rayner: Shocking PM hasn't spoken to parties about lockdown
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Government could tighten national lockdown measures
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Covid-19 testing centre in Sunderland unstaffed
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Air bridges: Slovenia added to England's quarantine list
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New restrictions expected for North East amid rising Covid-19 cases
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Eoin Morgan says England have addressed 'weakest' part of their game
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Boris Johnson: Coronavirus is gaining ground
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Patel encourages public to report Covid rule breakers
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Gordon Ramsay is opening a Cooking School
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Police patrol as new ‘rule of six’ restrictions begin
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Eoin Morgan praises bowling unit after England beat Australia
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Sam Billings on having "mixed feelings" following England's defeat against Australia
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How does the new NHS contact tracing app work?
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Study suggests optimal detection, treatment of cardiac risk could save millions of lives
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UK employers should pay wages of those asked to isolate by COVID-19 trace system: ministerBritish employers should pay the wages of anyone told to stay at home by England's COVID-19 test and trace system, British health minister Matt Hancock said on Thursday.
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