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‘Covid O’ Cabinet committee set to consider plans for ‘vaccine passports’ today

Britain takes a step closer to mandatory vaccinations today as plans for the introduction of a ‘vaccine passport’ are to be discussed by a Cabinet committee under the guise that it would ‘save summer holidays’. The Department for Transport is likely to be given clearance to step up preparations, while the Department of Health will be tasked to study how Britons can access their medical information. The Prime Minister has said that the Government is looking at ‘all kinds of apps and all kinds of possibilities’ for unlocking travel as the vaccine rollout is ramped up — Mail

Covid and lockdowns risks repeat of 1930s chaos, says forces chief — Telegraph

Matt Hancock lays out plan for reorganisation of NHS in England — Guardian

Beijing bans BBC news channel in retaliatory move — Financial Times

Cambridge college named after Churchill to debate his ‘backward’ views on race — Times

Judge demands investigation into Scotland Yard over the police probe into false ‘VIP paedophile ring’ claims — Mail

70 per cent of Republicans would consider joining Trump-led party, poll finds — Epoch Times


If Brussels and Frankfurt continue to punish Britain for leaving the EU they will end up hurting themselves — Alex Brummer, Mail

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