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NEWS

NHS staff could be forced to have Covid jab

NHS workers could be forced to have Covid jabs under plans being discussed by ministers. As many as 200,000 NHS and care employees have refused the offer of a jab so far. Downing Street last night confirmed the issue was being looked at as part of a review led by Michael Gove into ‘Covid status certification’, otherwise known as vaccine passports — Mail

Rishi Sunak to announce furlough extension in Budget — Express

Schools accused of ‘blackmailing’ parents into giving testing consent — Telegraph

Channel 4 criticised for ‘spineless surrender to the PC police’ after sacking SAS Who Dares Wins star Ant Middleton for calling BLM protestors ‘scum’ and opposing Covid lockdown rules — Mail

Denmark becomes the first European nation to tell Syrian refugees they must return home, saying the country is now safe — Mail

Creating a charity to pay for PM’s flat refurb would be ‘an outrage’ — Guardian

Meghan Markle has been planning tell-all interview with Oprah for two years — Mail

Sturgeon faces calls to resign over handling of Salmond probe — Financial Times

COMMENT

New variant scare tactics are an own goal — Allison Pearson, Telegraph

Cancelling Dr Seuss is absurd, the last thing we need is kids’ books peddling tedious woke mantras — Melanie Mcdonagh, Telegraph

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