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Jihadi bride Shamima Begum will face arrest for terror offences when she returns to UK to fight for her citizenship

Jihadi bride Shamima Begum faces being arrested on terror charges when she returns to the UK after winning a bombshell High Court victory. Downing Street said it was ‘bitterly disappointed’ by the ruling and Sajid Javid, the former home secretary who oversaw the removal of her citizenship, said he was ‘deeply concerned’ – Mail

Bungled public sector pensions reform plan lands taxpayers with £17bn bill – Times

Government is accused of ‘corrosive’ lack of transparency as experts say a third of Rishi Sunak’s £30bn deal to save jobs comes from previously planned projects – Mail

Boris Johnson gives £3 billion to Nightingale hospitals – Telegraph

Why Boris’s back to work drive is doomed to failure: Half a million people a day used to commute into the City of London but now the Square Mile is a ghost town with top firms planning to bring back just 20% of their workers to the office – Mail


Britain will pay a high price for the Government’s lockdown confusion – Fraser Nelson, Telegraph

When ordering a pint, can there be a more dismal reply than, ‘You’ll have to download the app’? – Tom Utley, Mail

It’s time for a new statue in Bristol – and one man deserves it most – Simon Heffer, Telegraph

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