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NEWS

More than half of people in England living in areas with almost no new Covid cases

Over half of people in England now live in an area in which new cases of Covid have all but vanished, with some places not reporting a case in public data for more than a month. Infections have been so low in areas with a total population of 34.5 million that Public Health England has redacted their latest weekly case tallies in order to protect the privacy of those – if any – who test positive – Telegraph

Prince Charles pays tribute to his ‘very special’ father as he praises him for his ‘devoted service to Queen and country’ – Mail on Sunday

Boris Johnson bows out of Prince Philip’s funeral due to 30-person limit – Sunday Telegraph

Vaccine boost pushes Tories’ approval rating on Covid into positive territory – Observer

Higher education regulator tells universities that marking students down for bad spelling is elitist – Mail on Sunday

Johnson & Johnson Covid vaccine under EU review over blood clots – Sky News

Biden admin considering cash payments to Central America to control migration – Epoch Times

COMMENT

When police start raiding our churches, you know the revolution has begun – Peter Hitchens, Mail on Sunday

Life will never be normal with Covid passports – Janice Turner, Times

The Philip I knew was the best of company, and the best of men – Charles Brandreth, Telegraph

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