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‘Extra precautions’ needed even when lockdown ‘ends’

Boris Johnson has given his firmest statement that all restrictions will be lifted on July 19 but warned people to take ‘extra precautions’ in what is expected to be a big summer wave of infections. Johnson is still planning to ditch compulsory social distancing and masks and replace them with guidance emphasising personal responsibility. How strongly people will be encouraged to keep their distance and cover their faces in enclosed spaces remains unclear – Times

Labour candidate Kim Leadbeater wins narrow victory in Batley and Spen byelection – Guardian

European Union’s digital Covid certificate ‘vaccine passport’ system goes live – Epoch Times

France, Italy and Austria on track to join green travel list – Telegraph

Gas and car bills to soar under green revolution – Times

Winston Marshall reveals he felt pressure to apologize for liking right-wing book by woke ‘swarm of snakes’ online who branded him a Nazi and was ‘terrified’ to quit Mumford & Sons – but now feels ‘like I got my soul back’ – Mail


The Government is keen on electronic payments to keep tabs on every penny we spend – Richard Littlejohn, Mail

Batley and Spen result highlights complacency spreading through Conservative ranks – Patrick O’Flynn, Telegraph

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