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Neighbours urged to call police on Covid self-isolation cheats

Neighbours are being encouraged by the Government to report Covid sufferers who are not self-isolating to the police, on the day it becomes an offence punishable with a fine of up to £10,000. Like other coronavirus restrictions, the legal duty to self-isolate has not been subject to a vote in Parliament, and the Prime Minister has been warned that he faces ‘certain’ defeat in Parliament this week if he refuses demands to give MPs more of a say – Telegraph

A third of patients have put off visiting their GP as new poll reveals extent of fear among Britons over coronavirus threat – Mail

Pubs and restaurants caused less than three per cent of infections in the week before curfew was announced – Telegraph

Second Covid-19 wave could be ‘knockout punch’ for UK high street – Guardian

Writers and actors including Ian McEwan and Griff Rhys Jones rally around JK Rowling amid onslaught of social media abuse and deaths threats over ‘transphobia’ row – Mail

Tory heartlands will have to find space for 1.5million new homes – Telegraph


Sweden’s Covid stance is a lesson for Britain – Clare Foges, Times

Both Johnson and Starmer face a reckoning from their restive parties – Nick Timothy, Telegraph

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