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Chris Whitty will warn Britain is at ‘a critical point in pandemic’ and faces ‘very challenging winter’ in TV address 

In a televised briefing on Monday, the chief medical officer for England will say the country faces a ‘very challenging winter’, with the current trend heading in ‘the wrong direction’. It is thought the Prime Minister could announce new measures in a press conference as early as Tuesday, and plans to shut down pubs that break the rules on the spot have already been reported – Mail

Boris Johnson accused of jetting off abroad while UK reels from Covid second wave – Express

Shoppers post images of supermarket shelves ‘stripped bare’ and delivery slots start selling out amid fears of second wave of panic buying – Mail

Parliament surrendered role over Covid emergency laws, says Lady Hale – Guardian

Labour-run Hammersmith and Fulham council bans all staff from smoking at their desks while working from home – Mail

Tatler cuts ‘snobbish’ claims about Duchess of Cambridge’s family after row – Telegraph


Culture warriors are weaponising language in their bid to dominate British public life – Nick Timothy, Telegraph

Instagram is so damaging for teen girls it should be for over-18s only – Dr Max Pemberton, Mail

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