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Nightclubs reject government request to check vaccine passports

Two of the biggest nightclub chains in England, Rekom UK and Tokyo Industries, said that they would reopen next week without checking customers’ Covid vaccination or test status. The chief executive of the Nighttime Industries Association, said the industry was at risk of being ‘scapegoated’ for a rise in cases resulting from other factors including the European football championships. At a meeting with nightlife groups yesterday, government officials stressed that coronavirus passports could become mandatory further down the line – Times

Pressure mounts on transport firms to make Covid masks mandatory – Times

UK travellers with Indian-made AstraZeneca vaccine barred from holidays – Telegraph

Alcohol caused 740,000 cancer cases globally last year – Guardian

Euro 2020 Wembley chaos blamed on Metropolitan Police failure to create ring of steel – Times

Police arrest children’s football coach, 50, for ‘inciting racial hatred’ over tweet telling Marcus Rashford ‘get to ya own country’ – Mail

UK inflation rises sharply to 2.5 per cent – Financial Times


It’s time to rebel – the Church of England is abandoning its flock – Allison Pearson Telegraph

Declining Navy culture is a cautionary tale for wokening America – Benjamin Weingarten, Epoch Times

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