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‘Black Lives Matter’ registers as political party and could stand in local elections next year

A Black Lives Matter group has applied to register as a political party, the Electoral Commission has revealed, and could field candidates in next year’s local elections. The political party intends to operate over the whole of the UK and its registration suggests it plans on launching splinter groups in Wales and Scotland — Telegraph

Over 50 Tory MPs in northern England press PM for roadmap out of lockdown — Guardian

Student, 22, is fined £6,600 for breaking coronavirus self-isolation rules after posting a picture of herself eating out, before contact tracers spotted the image and sent police to arrest her — Mail

Another 900,000 hit by Tier 3 in Nottingham and Warrington — Times

Covid job losses hitting young people hardest in UK, study finds — Guardian

Scottish students could be stuck in university halls over Christmas if coronavirus is not ‘contained’, Holyrood warns in another gloomy warning as Sturgeon prepares tighter restrictions — Mail


Boris and Co won’t get away with threatening our Christmas — Judith Woods, Telegraph

David Hare’s preposterously outdated view of the Conservative Party leaves Roadkill dead on arrival — Simon Heffer, Telegraph

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