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NEWS

Hospitals undertook 1.6million fewer operations last year

People with cancer will die as a result of having to wait for care while delays will leave other patients less likely to improve after treatment, researchers say. The authors of a new study say their findings are the first to quantify the number of people whose surgery did not happen because hospitals were too busy treating Covid patients. They found that in total 1,568,664 operations fewer than expected went ahead in England and Wales during 2020 and predict that the total will soar to 2.4million by the end of this year – Guardian

Scrap Covid tests in schools, says Oxford vaccine pioneer – Telegraph

Liberal Democrats take Tory stronghold with historic win in Chesham and Amersham by-election – Telegraph

Mistakes meant Manchester suicide bomber Salman Abedi wasn’t spotted – Times

Vodafone worker tells customer ‘firm was boycotting GB News because new TV channel was “promising to combat so-called cancel culture”‘ – Mail

DUP leader Edwin Poots quits in fresh turmoil for Northern Ireland – Financial Times

US Supreme Court rules foster agencies can deny certification to same-sex couples on religious grounds – Epoch Times

COMMENT

To save the UK, Unionists must beat the nationalists at their own game – Fraser Nelson, Telegraph

Our cashless children have no concept of the meaning of money – Jemima Lewis, Telegraph

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