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Police get access to people told to self-isolate by NHS test and trace

People who have been told to self-isolate through NHS test and trace could have their contact details passed to police, a move which will likely deter people from being tested for coronavirus. Police forces will be able to access information about people ‘on a case-by-case’ basis, so they can learn whether an individual has been told to self-isolate, the Department of Health and Social Care has said — Observer

Chris Whitty compares need for strong public health interventions to campaign to ban small children being sent up chimneys — Telegraph

MPs did flout 10pm bar curfew but Matt Hancock refused 30 times to say if he was among them as House of Commons bosses are accused of a cover-up — Mail on Sunday

1 million young Britons ‘face jobs crisis within weeks’ — Observer

Tory grandees demand Covid exit strategy from Boris Johnson — Sunday Telegraph

Doctors ask grieving families to confirm their relative’s deaths via Zoom — Mail on Sunday


Britons are being sentenced to a slow, agonising death by No 10’s panic squad — Peter Hitchens, Mail on Sunday

Brussels has sabotaged any hope of a deal with its bizarre approach to Brexit talks — Daniel Hannan, Sunday Telegraph

Backing lockdown isn’t proof of caring more — Janice Turner, Telegraph

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