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I stayed in a quarantine hotel for over 10 days - here's what it's really like
Britons in up to 30 countries will have to pay for hotel quarantine if they return to the UK to prevent new Covid variants reaching this country from South Africa and South America.
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Shadow health secretary: We didn't have to be in this situation | UK passes 100,000 Covid-19 deaths
#Labour's Jonathan Ashworth has described the UK reaching 100,000 deaths from #coronavirus as "horrific" and "horrendous".
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Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick on LBC | watch live
Watch LIVE: Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick joins NIck Ferrari on LBC. You can watch it here, on Global Player, YouTube, Facebook and Twitter.
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HS2 protesters dig 100ft tunnel under Euston station
Protesters said they have dug and are ready to occupy a 100ft tunnel network under a small central London park they claim is at risk from the HS2 line development.
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Ex British soldier calls for an end to our involvement in the proxy war on Yemen and elsewhere
Ex-serviceman and Workers Party member, Reuben highlights the complicity of the British state in the criminal destruction of other countries such as, Yemen, Libya and Syria.
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Ministerial Statement (Virtual): COVID-19 - BSL - 26 January 2021
Published by the Scottish Parliament Corporate Body.
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RIP LARRY KING | He’s dead at 87 from the coronavirus but his legend will live on.
RIP LARRY KING | He’s dead at 87 from the coronavirus but his legend will live on. He really was the king of radio and television, particularly the one-to-one interview.
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The Juggling Act: Andrea Jenkyns MP on becoming a mum in your forties
Subscribe to The Juggling Act podcast to hear high-profile women discuss their experiences of juggling work and motherhood: playpodca.st/jugglingact Andrea Jenkyns and our host, Claire
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The war on Yemen is a modern day story of David and Goliath
Yemen is not just a poor desert place that was always destined to rely on charity, as western media would have you believe.
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Chopper's Politics Podcast: Is it time to write off this academic year and start again in September?
Subscribe to Chopper's Politics for free to make sure you never miss an episode: playpodca.st/chopper Could the academic year be the latest victim of the Covid cancellation?
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President Biden says 300million Americans will be vaccinated by end of summer
PRESIDENT Joe Biden has promised to deliver enough coronavirus vaccines for all Americans to be vaccinated by the end of summer 2021.
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Families remember their loved one as UK Covid death toll passes 100,000 | ITV News
Behind the stark statistic of 100,000 UK coronavirus deaths lie countless memories and stories of the people who have lost their lives to the virus.
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COVID-19: Expensive hotel isolation deters travel abroad
The government is trying to deter travel abroad with mandatory 10 day hotel isolation that could cost up to £1,500.
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COVID-19: Row over vaccine supply across Europe
The EU is accusing pharmaceutical companies of prioritising vaccine supplies to the UK. As a result they are threatening to restrict exporting vaccines made on the continent.
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COVID-19: Living in the UK's deadliest place for coronavirus
The Welsh borough of Rhondda Cynon Taf has the worst coronavirus death rate in the whole of the United Kingdom.
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COVID-19: 'I am deeply sorry for every life lost'
Boris Johnson apologises for the loss of life and commends the unsung heroes of the pandemic as UK deaths surpass 100,000.
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Covid: Boris Johnson 'deeply sorry' as UK death toll passes 100,000 | ITV News
Boris Johnson has said he is "deeply sorry" after the UK's coronavirus death toll passed 100,000.
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COVID-19: Netherlands curfew protests lead to violence
Markets were attacked and tear gas was thrown as protesters against COVID-19 regulations in the Netherlands clashed with police.
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Topical Questions (Virtual) - BSL - 26 January 2021
Published by the Scottish Parliament Corporate Body.
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COVID-19: Remembering those taken by coronavirus in Bath
Sky's Ashish Joshi speaks to family members of some of those who have died from coronavirus in the city of Bath.
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London's Metropolitan Police tackle brewing violent crime
Sky's Home Affairs correspondent Mark White joins Metropolitan Police officers from the new 'violence suppression unit' as they tackle violent crime on the streets of London.
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The Data Dive: How does 100,000 deaths from COVID-19 compare to other pandemics?
Whilst 100,000 deaths is a moment to mark and reflect, the true impact of the pandemic runs far deeper.
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100,000 deaths: reflecting on those we have lost
100,000 lives lost: a figure that seemed inconceivable a year ago.
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Why historic injustices are causing vaccine hesitancy among ethnic minorities
It's the escape route out of this endless cycle of lockdowns, but not everyone is equally enthusiastic about the Covid vaccine.
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Senate sworn-in in preparation for Trump impeachment trial
The U.S. Senate is sworn-in in preparation for the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump in two weeks.
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House sends Trump impeachment article to Senate
Joe Biden has been giving more details about his racial equality agenda, as he signed another series of executive orders that roll back the legacy of the Trump administration. (Subscribe: bit.
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Biden outlines his agenda on Racial Inequality and signs four executive actions
President Joe Biden has stressed the importance of racial inequality today, January 26, at the White House.
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Violent protests as Indian farmers press Modi government’s on agricultural reforms
In a showdown of tractors versus tanks, thousands of farmers have taken to the streets of Delhi in protest over India's new agriculture reforms.
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EU threatens to impose controls on Pfizer vaccine exports
The government has insisted that vaccine supplies to the UK won't be affected, after the European Commission threatened to block exports of vaccines manufactured inside the EU.
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