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UK will not back down in Brexit stand off, says Gove

The government has doubled down on its plan to override elements of the EU Withdrawal Agreement, making a no-deal Brexit increasingly likely. After Brussels announced it would ‘not be shy’ in launching legal proceedings against Britain should this decision not be reversed, Michael Gove swore on his job as Cabinet Minister that the government would not back down – Mail

Extinction Rebellion protesters deface Churchill statue despite police presence – Telegraph

Cabinet at war over the rule of six: Almost every minister on Boris Johnson’s Covid committee argued against the stringent limit – and even the PM himself was ‘cautious’- but Matt Hancock got his way – Mail

Travel industry fears Covid-19 crisis will cause more holiday companies to collapse – Guardian

Films must meet diversity rules to win best picture at Oscars – Times

Boris Johnson admits his new ‘Covid Marshals’ won’t be able to arrest people or issue fines and can be volunteers – as ‘baffled’ police say they have ‘no idea’ what their role is – Mail


Ignoring the lesson of Sweden makes a tougher Covid crackdown inevitable – Fraser Nelson, Telegraph

This ridiculous rule of 6 poses a real danger – Britain losing its faith in its leaders – Professor Karol Sikora, Mail

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