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Relaxation of rules comes with a message of caution from the Government

The public is being warned not to bow to peer pressure to break Covid rules as the first major easing of lockdown restrictions takes effect. People can now meet outdoors in groups of six or two households in private gardens, parks and beaches. But a new Government advertising campaign will urge people to ‘take the next steps safely’, telling them not to give in to pressure to hug, sit closer than two metres apart from others outdoors or to meet indoors – Telegraph

Covid numbers continue to fall in Texas more than two weeks after state returned to normality – Mail

Universities are supporting sex work for their students and accusing those who object of discrimination – Mail

Ever Given container ship blocking the Suez Canal is partially refloated and turned after running aground six days ago – Mail

GPs prefer to see patients face to face, says UK family doctors’ leader – Guardian

US religious-rights official says she is ‘flattered’ to be target of China sanctions – Epoch Times


Vaccines were supposed to liberate us, not expand the surveillance state – Ross Clark, Telegraph

Christian faith can’t be sustained on Zoom – Giles Fraser, Telegraph

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Edited by Kathy Gyngell

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