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Ipswich Northern Bypass NBP Part 9 (2020)

Join us as we press for the long overdue Northern Bypass bring various benefits (such as reducing air pollution in the town, reducing Felixstowe HGVs, reducing congestion, alternative routes when roads are closed due to an RTC or roadworks etc) for the Greater Ipswich area in particular Ipswich and Kesgrave.
Mask or £100 fine: Boris Johnson’s government ORDERS Britons to cover up for Covid-19 after saying it wouldn’t
RT: Mask or £100 fine: Boris Johnson’s government ORDERS Britons to cover up for Covid-19 after saying it wouldn’t After cabinet minister Michael Gove said wearing masks in shops is ‘good manners’ and won’t be mandatory, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced that it will be, with those in England and Wales who refuse facing a £100 fine. “The prime minister has been clear that people should be wearing face coverings in shops and we will make this mandatory from July 24,” a spokesperson for 10 Downing Street said on Monday.
Coronavirus: Thieves break into pregnant NHS worker’s car
BBC News: Coronavirus: Thieves break into pregnant NHS worker’s car Becky Jones' car was broken into while she went for a meal in Nottingham with her boyfriend. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Face coverings in England's shops to be compulsory from 24 July
BBC News: Coronavirus: Face coverings in England's shops to be compulsory from 24 July The new rules will apply from 24 July and those failing to comply will face a fine of up to £100. Continue reading.
Primary school pupil tests positive for coronavirus – with ‘bubble’ forced to self-isolate
Primary school pupil tests positive for coronavirus – with ‘bubble’ forced to self-isolate. A ‘bubble’ of children have been told to self-isolate for two weeks after a student at Aldeburgh Primary School tested positive for Covid-19. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Evening update as PM says face coverings 'should be worn' in shops
BBC News: Coronavirus: Evening update as PM says face coverings 'should be worn' in shops Five things you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak this Monday evening. Continue reading.
Sunak’s coronavirus stamp duty holiday ‘very, very welcome’, Suffolk estate agent
Sunak’s coronavirus stamp duty holiday ‘very, very welcome’, Suffolk estate agent. A Suffolk estate agent expects the chancellor’s stamp duty holiday to keep the housing market busy through the usually quiet summer months. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Pub landlord installs electric fence around bar
BBC News: Coronavirus: Pub landlord installs electric fence around bar Jonny McFadden says the fence is to remind people about social distancing when they are drinking. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Herefordshire farm outbreak sparks hygiene complaints
BBC News: Coronavirus: Herefordshire farm outbreak sparks hygiene complaints More than 70 people have tested positive for coronavirus at the site in Herefordshire. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Can Scotland close the border with England?
BBC News: Coronavirus: Can Scotland close the border with England? What would travel restrictions between Scotland and the rest of the UK actually mean in practice? Continue reading.
Coronavirus: City-wide lockdown in Leicester 'not justified'
BBC News: Coronavirus: City-wide lockdown in Leicester 'not justified' The city's mayor says figures show most of Leicester did not have higher Covid-19 transmission rates. Continue reading.
‘Haven’t got a clue’: Leicester mayor hits out at UK govt as health sec says authorities fighting 100+ Covid-19 outbreaks A WEEK
RT: ‘Haven’t got a clue’: Leicester mayor hits out at UK govt as health sec says authorities fighting 100+ Covid-19 outbreaks A WEEK Leicester’s mayor has slammed the government’s handling of his city’s lockdown, claiming it has no clear measure of success. His criticisms come as it was revealed there are more than 100 weekly Covid-19 flare-ups nationwide.
£1,500 lifeline for families facing crisis point after coronavirus in Suffolk
£1,500 lifeline for families facing crisis point after coronavirus in Suffolk. Families struggling to cope following the Covid-19 crisis have been given a potential lifeline in the form of a £1,500 donation from a rotary club to a Suffolk charity. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Hairdressers prepare to fix lockdown mistakes
BBC News: Coronavirus: Hairdressers prepare to fix lockdown mistakes One celebrity hairdresser says they have had over 1,000 bookings made for the coming weeks. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: More than 100 outbreaks tackled a week, says Matt Hancock
BBC News: Coronavirus: More than 100 outbreaks tackled a week, says Matt Hancock "Targeted action" means outbreaks are being swiftly dealt with, the health secretary says. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Nail bars and tattoo salons reopen as England lockdown eases
BBC News: Coronavirus: Nail bars and tattoo salons reopen as England lockdown eases Beauty salons, spas and tattoo parlours are also allowed to reopen in the latest phase of changes. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Scottish firm lands £7m Covid-19 test safety deal
BBC News: Coronavirus: Scottish firm lands £7m Covid-19 test safety deal The "breakthrough" chemical solution has been created by Bonnybridge-based E&O Laboratories. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Welsh pubs and cafes reopen - but only outdoors
BBC News: Coronavirus: Welsh pubs and cafes reopen - but only outdoors Only about half of independent pubs expected to reopen Monday, with many chains staying shut. Continue reading.
Home-schooling during coronavirus: a child's verdict
BBC News: Home-schooling during coronavirus: a child's verdict What do Britain's children think of home-schooling during the Covid-19 pandemic? Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Cancer patient Kelly Smith's family petition backed
BBC News: Coronavirus: Cancer patient Kelly Smith's family petition backed The family of Kelly Smith, who died at 31, say treatment delays caused by Covid-19 cut her life short. Continue reading.
Scotland doesn’t rule out quarantining English visitors over Covid-19 – Sturgeon
RT: Scotland doesn’t rule out quarantining English visitors over Covid-19 – Sturgeon Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon told the Andrew Marr Show that she would consider imposing a quarantine on people entering the country from England, and said that it’s not about politics or the constitution. Marr asked Sturgeon on Sunday why she hasn’t placed a quarantine on visitors arriving from England, given that Scotland has much lower levels of the Covid-19 virus.
Coronavirus: Holiday bookings boom as tourism reopens
BBC News: Coronavirus: Holiday bookings boom as tourism reopens Firms in Wales are "frantically busy" after self-contained accommodation restrictions were lifted. Continue reading.
Mathon key workers isolating after 73 Covid-19 cases
BBC News: Mathon key workers isolating after 73 Covid-19 cases The vegetable pickers and packers will remain on the farm in Herefordshire while isolating. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Primark says no to £30m job retention bonus
BBC News: Coronavirus: Primark says no to £30m job retention bonus The retailer will not apply for the state-funded scheme that pays to keep furloughed staff. Continue reading.
Covid-19 survivor, 104, gets back to crosswords and crochet
BBC News: Covid-19 survivor, 104, gets back to crosswords and crochet Grace Greenwood recovered from coronavirus while others in the care home where she lives have not. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Wolverhampton PCSO back with family after isolating
BBC News: Coronavirus: Wolverhampton PCSO back with family after isolating William Till moved out of his family home to protect his seven-year-old son, who was shielding. Continue reading.
Foodbank sees demand rise by more than 150% as families hit hard by coronavirus outbreak
Foodbank sees demand rise by more than 150% as families hit hard by coronavirus outbreak. A foodbank in Stowmarket has gone from helping 60 families a month to handing out 40 emergency food parcels a week as families struggle to make ends meet during the Covid-19 pandemic. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: I trust people's sense on face masks - Gove
BBC News: Coronavirus: I trust people's sense on face masks - Gove Minister Michael Gove says he does not think face coverings should be mandatory in shops in England. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Pilot returning home after two months on life support in Vietnam
BBC News: Coronavirus: Pilot returning home after two months on life support in Vietnam The Scottish pilot spent more than two months on life support in Vietnam after contracting Covid-19. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'Risk, not politics' will decide border restrictions
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'Risk, not politics' will decide border restrictions First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says Scotland is at risk of Covid-19 cases from elsewhere in the UK. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Singing church members 'miss companionship'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Singing church members 'miss companionship' Scientific evidence suggests singing increases the risk of spreading coronavirus among a crowd. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Hundreds of positive Covid-19 tests added
BBC News: Coronavirus: Hundreds of positive Covid-19 tests added Positive tests processed at commercial labs are now included in Public Health Wales' figures. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Leicester bride-to-be hoping for third time lucky
BBC News: Coronavirus: Leicester bride-to-be hoping for third time lucky Her wedding plans are already delayed by the collapse of Thomas Cook and the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading.
'Bizarre, crazy and beyond belief' - John McEnroe on Covid-19 and his hopes for US Open
BBC Sport: 'Bizarre, crazy and beyond belief' - John McEnroe on Covid-19 and his hopes for US Open Tennis legend John McEnroe talks to BBC Sport's Sue Barker about lockdown life and his hopes that a US Open tournament could still happen despite the Coronavirus situation in the United States which he says is "getting worse and bordering on freaking out. " Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Outdoor swimming restarts in England
BBC News: Coronavirus: Outdoor swimming restarts in England Outdoor pools in England have reopened, as part of the easing of the government's coronavirus restrictions. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: New daily cases in Scotland down to single figures
BBC News: Coronavirus: New daily cases in Scotland down to single figures There were seven new cases and no Covid-19 deaths reported in Scotland in the last 24 hours. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Reopening Wales 'absolutely safe' says FM
BBC News: Coronavirus: Reopening Wales 'absolutely safe' says FM First Minister Mark Drakeford says he will be going on holiday to Pembrokeshire when he gets the chance. Continue reading.
Coronavirus crisis could spark 'personal debt time bomb'
BBC News: Coronavirus crisis could spark 'personal debt time bomb' Job cuts and furlough reductions have left more people worried about making repayments, says Citizens Advice Scotland. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Outdoor pools and lidos struggling to reopen
BBC News: Coronavirus: Outdoor pools and lidos struggling to reopen Some volunteer-run attractions say a shortened summer season is "not financially viable". Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Escaping to space in lockdown
BBC News: Coronavirus: Escaping to space in lockdown For those who have felt trapped by lockdown measures, the night sky could offer an escape. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Risk of wrong grades and Labour wants clarity over face coverings
BBC News: Coronavirus: Risk of wrong grades and Labour wants clarity over face coverings Five things you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak this Saturday morning. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Homeschooling 'stressful and challenging' for most parents
BBC News: Coronavirus: Homeschooling 'stressful and challenging' for most parents A new report looks at responses from more than 4,600 parents in Northern Ireland. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Labour calls for clarity over face coverings in England
BBC News: Coronavirus: Labour calls for clarity over face coverings in England The government is considering making face coverings mandatory in shops in England, sources say. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'Being in the bath just isn't the same as the pool'
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'Being in the bath just isn't the same as the pool' Swimmers get ready to go back to the pool but the rules will be very different to before. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Downturn must not increase north-south divide, Labour warns
BBC News: Coronavirus: Downturn must not increase north-south divide, Labour warns Labour urges the government not to leave regions behind after the PM promised to "level up" the country. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Taxpayers to lose billions to virus fraud - report
BBC News: Coronavirus: Taxpayers to lose billions to virus fraud - report Fraud and error could cost the government between £1. 3bn and £7. 9bn, a think tank estimates.
Coronavirus: Lockdown song written by Cardiff children
BBC News: Coronavirus: Lockdown song written by Cardiff children Schoolchildren sing about their worries for relatives and wanting to see friends again. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Disabled job hunters 'should not be forgotten'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Disabled job hunters 'should not be forgotten' One woman said potential employers would hear she had MS and "the call would go dead". Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Holiday homes in Wales reopen after lockdown
BBC News: Coronavirus: Holiday homes in Wales reopen after lockdown Holidaymakers are due to arrive at cottages and caravans in Wales for the first time since March. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: First minister moved out of home for lockdown
BBC News: Coronavirus: First minister moved out of home for lockdown Mark Drakeford says he moved out of his home because family members were shielding. Continue reading.
Ghislaine Maxwell requests bail due to 'significant' coronavirus risk
BBC News: Ghislaine Maxwell requests bail due to 'significant' coronavirus risk The British socialite denies grooming underage girls for the late paedophile Jeffrey Epstein. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'Miracle' Dorset patient discharged from hospital
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'Miracle' Dorset patient discharged from hospital Ian Cobb, who had a heart transplant and undergoes chemotherapy, spent 60 days in intensive care. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: How libraries provided a lifeline in lockdown
BBC News: Coronavirus: How libraries provided a lifeline in lockdown Libraries kept in touch with customers via various acts of kindness as the coronavirus pandemic hit. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Asymptomatic cases detected in London NHS staff
BBC News: Coronavirus: Asymptomatic cases detected in London NHS staff Antibodies detected in 45% of healthcare workers at University College London Hospitals NHS Trust. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Jet2 suspends all flights to Spain from Scotland
BBC News: Coronavirus: Jet2 suspends all flights to Spain from Scotland The airline halts flights for the next two weeks after the Scottish government left Spain off the quarantine exemption list. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: No 10 considering mandatory face masks in shops in England
BBC News: Coronavirus: No 10 considering mandatory face masks in shops in England Face coverings are already compulsory on transport in a bid to slow the spread of coronavirus. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Evening update as No 10 considers face coverings in shops rule
BBC News: Coronavirus: Evening update as No 10 considers face coverings in shops rule Five things you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak this Friday evening. Continue reading.
Leicester lockdown factories 'almost doubled staff' during Covid-19
BBC News: Leicester lockdown factories 'almost doubled staff' during Covid-19 A whistleblower in Leicester says demand for cheap clothing left workers exposed to Covid-19. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: UK decision on EU Covid-19 vaccine scheme due
BBC News: Coronavirus: UK decision on EU Covid-19 vaccine scheme due The scheme "would have to work for the UK", Number 10 says, amid reports ministers will reject it. Continue reading.
Coronavirus lockdown: Parents 'frustrated' by birth registration delays
BBC News: Coronavirus lockdown: Parents 'frustrated' by birth registration delays Parents say it is frustrating to wait months to register their babies, as councils face large backlogs. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: How libraries provided a lifeline in lockdown
Libraries kept in touch with customers via various acts of kindness as the coronavirus pandemic hit. Continue reading. on BBC News website.
Coronavirus: Reopening of playgrounds 'a postcode lottery'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Reopening of playgrounds 'a postcode lottery' The government has approved the reopening of children's play areas but many in England remain shut. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Police issue no fines for travel quarantine breaches
BBC News: Coronavirus: Police issue no fines for travel quarantine breaches British Transport Police issued 10 fines to people not wearing face coverings on public transport. Continue reading.
Formula 1: Charles Leclerc warned for breaking coronavirus rules
BBC Sport: Formula 1: Charles Leclerc warned for breaking coronavirus rules Charles Leclerc has been given an official warning after breaking Formula 1's coronavirus protocols. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Welsh pubs, cafes and restaurants to reopen indoors on 3 August
BBC News: Coronavirus: Welsh pubs, cafes and restaurants to reopen indoors on 3 August Wales had been the only part of the UK not to set a date for the reopening of indoor hospitality. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Can I get travel insurance and what are my travel rights?
BBC News: Coronavirus: Can I get travel insurance and what are my travel rights? As quarantine rules are relaxed, holidays are back on the agenda but will your insurance cover you? Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Seventy schools to run summer classes for some pupils
BBC News: Coronavirus: Seventy schools to run summer classes for some pupils The department is making up to £10,000 available to the schools to pay for staff, cleaning and food. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Most Britons still 'uncomfortable' eating out
BBC News: Coronavirus: Most Britons still 'uncomfortable' eating out An Office for National Statistics survey suggests just two-in-10 would be happy to dine indoors. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Conservative councillor PPE contracts questioned
BBC News: Coronavirus: Conservative councillor PPE contracts questioned Labour says the government must "come clean" on PPE procurement process after £120m face shield deals. Continue reading.
Coronavirus infection rate rises slightly in Suffolk
Coronavirus infection rate rises slightly in Suffolk. The rate of coronavirus infection in Suffolk has risen slightly, according to new public health data – but remains one of the lowest in England. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Quarantine exemptions kick in and 'hidden catastrophe' in care homes
BBC News: Coronavirus: Quarantine exemptions kick in and 'hidden catastrophe' in care homes Five things you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak this Friday morning. Continue reading.
Emergency funding for Rural Coffee Caravan for its community work during coronavirus
Emergency funding for Rural Coffee Caravan for its community work during coronavirus. A charity that supports isolated communities has been awarded lifeline funding of more than £40,000 that will allow it to keep all members of staff working for the next six months. Continue reading.
New memorial woodland to be created in Suffolk in memory of those lost in coronavirus crisis
New memorial woodland to be created in Suffolk in memory of those lost in coronavirus crisis. Plans to create a new woodland space in memory of those who died after contracting Covid-19 have won the backing of councillors. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Millions of pints of beer poured down drains
BBC News: Coronavirus: Millions of pints of beer poured down drains Severn Trent allowed 3. 5 million litres of beer to be disposed of while Thames Water allowed three million. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Quarantine changes come into effect in NI
BBC News: Coronavirus: Quarantine changes come into effect in NI People arriving in NI from more than 50 countries including France and Spain no longer need to quarantine. Continue reading.
School in Ipswich sets up foodbank in wake of coronavirus crisis
School in Ipswich sets up foodbank in wake of coronavirus crisis. Ipswich’s Northgate High School has set up a foodbank in the wake of the Covid-19 crisis as part of an event to promote greater respect and kindness in the world after the pandemic. Continue reading.
Where can I go for a coronavirus test in Suffolk this week?
Where can I go for a coronavirus test in Suffolk this week? Coid-19 mobile test centres can be reached across Suffolk – find out when a centre will be coming to your town or village. Continue reading.
Family’s gruelling task to walk Britain’s oldest road after grandmother died after contracting coronavirus
Family’s gruelling task to walk Britain’s oldest road after grandmother died after contracting coronavirus. Family and friends of an ‘endearing’ grandmother who died after contracting coronavirus in Ipswich have set themselves the task of raising £100,000 for the NHS in her memory by completing a gruelling 90-mile walk. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Quarantine rules end for dozens of destinations
BBC News: Coronavirus: Quarantine rules end for dozens of destinations Travellers to England, Wales and Northern Ireland from many countries no longer have to self-isolate. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'Big fat British Asian weddings' forced to slim down
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'Big fat British Asian weddings' forced to slim down How has the coronavirus pandemic hit the Asian weddings industry in the UK? Continue reading.
Coronavirus: The British-Pakistani doctors saving lives in both countries
BBC News: Coronavirus: The British-Pakistani doctors saving lives in both countries From his laptop in Essex, Dr Tahir Akhtar is advising Pakistani doctors on treating coronavirus patients. Continue reading.
Coronavirus in Scotland: Fears that economic scars will run deep
BBC News: Coronavirus in Scotland: Fears that economic scars will run deep Borrowed billions are propping up the economy, but some fear the economic scars will be long-lasting. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Tourism 'balancing act' for Ceredigion
BBC News: Coronavirus: Tourism 'balancing act' for Ceredigion Ceredigion avoided the brunt of Covid-19, but now faces the return of tourists. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Face coverings now compulsory in Scotland's shops
BBC News: Coronavirus: Face coverings now compulsory in Scotland's shops In a bid to suppress coronavirus, people in Scotland must now cover their face when they enter shops. Continue reading.
Coronavirus in Wales: Playgrounds to reopen from 20 July
BBC News: Coronavirus in Wales: Playgrounds to reopen from 20 July Mark Drakeford will announce the next three-week plan for lifting coronavirus restrictions later. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Dementia patients 'deteriorating' without family visits
BBC News: Coronavirus: Dementia patients 'deteriorating' without family visits Relatives fear residents with dementia are deteriorating as coronavirus restrictions limit visitors. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Will 2020 US Open survive escalating health crisis?
BBC Sport: Coronavirus: Will 2020 US Open survive escalating health crisis? Will the US Open survive the escalating health crisis in the United States? BBC tennis correspondent Russell Fuller assesses the options.
Coronavirus: Tax cut announced for Scottish home buyers
BBC News: Coronavirus: Tax cut announced for Scottish home buyers The starting point for land and buildings transaction tax is to rise to £250,000, the finance secretary announces. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: When can I go to the gym, nail salon, tattoo studio or pool?
BBC News: Coronavirus: When can I go to the gym, nail salon, tattoo studio or pool? As lockdown eases, more activities will soon be allowed. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Gyms, pools and beauty salons to reopen, and High Street takes further hit
BBC News: Coronavirus: Gyms, pools and beauty salons to reopen, and High Street takes further hit Five things you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak this evening. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Outdoor concerts, plays and opera get government go-ahead
BBC News: Coronavirus: Outdoor concerts, plays and opera get government go-ahead Open-air gigs, festivals and theatre shows can resume from this weekend, the government says. Continue reading.
Gyms, salons and outdoor arts venues to open in July in latest coronavirus changes
Gyms, salons and outdoor arts venues to open in July in latest coronavirus changes. Gyms, pools outdoor theatres and tanning salons are among a number of businesses which have been given the green light to open in July in the latest government announcement. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Pools, gyms, team sport and outdoor gigs to return
BBC Sport: Coronavirus: Pools, gyms, team sport and outdoor gigs to return Outdoor team sports and gigs will be able to resume from this weekend by following guidance. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Pools, gyms, team sport and outdoor gigs to return
BBC News: Coronavirus: Pools, gyms, team sport and outdoor gigs to return Restrictions in England are further eased - with beauty businesses also able to reopen on Monday. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Executive agrees changes to travel quarantine regulations
BBC News: Coronavirus: Executive agrees changes to travel quarantine regulations It brings NI into line with England and Scotland, where travel relaxations take effect tomorrow. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Data shows cases in England falling
BBC News: Coronavirus: Data shows cases in England falling Two reports charting coronavirus show cases in England falling - with Leicester also seeing a fall. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: General Electric cuts 369 jobs at Nantgarw
BBC News: Coronavirus: General Electric cuts 369 jobs at Nantgarw The firm is suffering after the drop of air travellers during the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 450 jobs under threat at Newport Celtic Manor company
BBC News: Coronavirus: 450 jobs under threat at Newport Celtic Manor company Almost half of the jobs at one of the UK's best-known hotels are to be lost. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Asymptomatic testing for taxi drivers and cleaners
BBC News: Coronavirus: Asymptomatic testing for taxi drivers and cleaners A pilot in England will test people without symptoms working in 'high-contact' jobs. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: All pupils in Wales 'back in school full-time' in September
BBC News: Coronavirus: All pupils in Wales 'back in school full-time' in September Wales' education minister says pupils will not have to socially distance with their peers in class. Continue reading.
4,000 Boots jobs at risk as chain is hammered by coronavirus
4,000 Boots jobs at risk as chain is hammered by coronavirus. Jobs in East Anglia are at risk as Boots has said it expects to cut more than 4,000 jobs because of the “significant impact” of Covid-19. Continue reading.

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