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Pubs and restaurants likely to stay shut until July

Pubs and restaurants could stay closed until July after Government chiefs chose to extend the lockdown powers given to councils. The specially created powers, which give local authorities in England the ability to close venues and tape off public areas due to coronavirus, were due to expire next week. But in a blow to millions of Britons hoping for a summer of reduced restrictions, Government chiefs have now extended the laws until mid-summer — Mail

MPs working from home during lockdown charge taxpayers for the extra gas and electricity they use — Mail

Ministers won’t commit to reopening schools in England after Easter holidays — Guardian

Californian dies hours after receiving Covid vaccine as investigation into cause of death starts — Mail

Vaccine passports supported by majority of public despite ‘dystopian’ consequences — Telegraph

Officers are criticised for threatening snowball fighters with £200 Covid fines — Mail

Residents in China’s virus hotspots taken to unknown locations for mass quarantine — Epoch Times


Joe Biden’s call for unity is a sham — Nick Timothy, Telegraph

Even with vaccines, we’ll still have to learn to live with Covid — Tim Stanley, Telegraph

This battle over Scottish independence will make Brexit look genteel — Stephen Glover, Mail

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Edited by Kathy Gyngell

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