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NEWS

Bella Italia and Cafe Rouge plunge into administration with the loss of 1,900 jobs as coronavirus crisis sees 14,000 lay offs by UK firms in three days

Thousands of more jobs are on the line due to the government’s lockdown, following the announcement that food chains Bella Italia and Cafe Rouge are to go into administration. John Lewis has also warned its staff that it is ‘highly unlikely’ all its stores are reopened when the lockdown eases further – Mail

Prince Andrew urged to help with US enquiry following Ghislaine Maxwell arrest – Telegraph

Boris Johnson to start White House-style TV press briefings – Times

School subjects may be retaught, dropped or narrowed in England – Guardian

China hints at tough action to stop Hong Kong residents leaving for UK – Telegraph

Pop singer Duffy accuses Netflix of glamorising sexual violence – Times

Dr David Starkey’s positions on the line following slavery comments – The News (Portsmouth)

COMMENT

Forget local lockdowns, we should be lifting restrictions in the ‘not spots’ – Fraser Nelson, Telegraph

I’ve had enough of all these delay tactics – get our children back to school! – Judith Woods, Telegraph

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