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Data showing rising cases before second lockdown quietly revised down

Office for National Statistics data which helped persuade the Government to force England into a second national lockdown in November has been quietly revised down and now suggests that cases were largely plateauing at the time. Data released on October 30 suggested the incidence of coronavirus in England had more than doubled from 4.3 per 10,000 on October 2, to 9.52 by October 17. However, the latest bulletin, released on December 4, shows the incidence rate for October 17 is now just 4.89 — Telegraph

UK woman becomes first in world to receive Pfizer jab — Guardian

Sir Patrick Vallance says we may be wearing masks for a year, despite the vaccine — Telegraph

Oxford vaccine might not be as effective as originally hoped — Telegraph

Sky News bosses ‘take Kay Burley off the air until 2021’ after she admitted ‘inadvertently’ breaking ‘Tier Two’ rules — Mail

Supreme Court rejects Republican demand to overturn Joe Biden’s victory in Pennsylvania without even hearing it — Mail


The Vicar of Dibley taking the knee for BLM makes one thing clear: the BBC has lost the plot — Allison Pearson, Telegraph

The British people voted to be a sovereign nation — Iain Duncan-Smith, Telegraph

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Edited by Kathy Gyngell

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