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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.
Coronavirus: What are ventilators and why are they important?
BBC News: Coronavirus: What are ventilators and why are they important? The lives of some Covid-19 patients may depend upon medical ventilators - here are the basics of how they work. Continue reading.
UK’s coronavirus spread is ‘just-about slowing’ as antibody tests could be ‘ready in days’ – senior epidemiologist
RT: UK’s coronavirus spread is ‘just-about slowing’ as antibody tests could be ‘ready in days’ – senior epidemiologist Preliminary data shows that the rate of the spread of Covid-19 across the UK has slowed, while antibody tests could be ready in a matter of days, according to Neil Ferguson, one of that nation’s leading experts in the crisis.
Coronavirus: UK broadband data caps removed during pandemic
BBC News: Coronavirus: UK broadband data caps removed during pandemic Coronavirus pandemic prompts removal of UK broadband data caps on fixed-line connections. Continue reading.
Sam Tomkins: Catalans Dragons star on coronavirus lockdown in France
BBC Sport: Sam Tomkins: Catalans Dragons star on coronavirus lockdown in France In part one of a new BBC Sport series, England and Catalans player Sam Tomkins explains what life in lockdown is like in France. Continue reading.
Premier League stars urge fans to stay at home to fight Covid-19
BBC Sport: Premier League stars urge fans to stay at home to fight Covid-19 Premier League players including Harry Maguire, Cesar Azpilicueta and Trent Alexander-Arnold urge fans to stay at home during the coronavirus outbreak. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Easter egg crackdown over essential status 'wrong'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Easter egg crackdown over essential status 'wrong' Officials trying to stop convenience stores selling Easter eggs are told they have misread the rules. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Grounded planes and deserted airport terminals
BBC News: Coronavirus: Grounded planes and deserted airport terminals Coronavirus has left the UK's major airports deserted, save for scores of grounded aircraft. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Driver stopped on M6 lockdown trip with wife in boot
BBC News: Coronavirus: Driver stopped on M6 lockdown trip with wife in boot They made a 220-mile round trip from Coventry to Salford to pick up £15 windows bought on eBay. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: M25 graffiti replaced with NHS thank you
BBC News: Coronavirus: M25 graffiti replaced with NHS thank you The bridge in Buckinghamshire used to have a message saying "Give Peas a chance" painted on it. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Mercedes F1 to make breathing aid
BBC Sport: Coronavirus: Mercedes F1 to make breathing aid Thousands of the devices, which deliver oxygen to the lungs without needing a ventilator, could be made. Continue reading.
Jack Monroe: Coronavirus cookery for the culinary clueless
BBC News: Jack Monroe: Coronavirus cookery for the culinary clueless Food writer Jack Monroe has been sharing top tips for people who are new to cooking. Continue reading.
What changes might we see after after coronavirus?
What changes might we see after after coronavirus? What might lie in store for us after the coronavirus crisis is over? One expert gives his view.
Coronavirus: 20,000 former NHS staff return to fight virus, PM says
BBC News: Coronavirus: 20,000 former NHS staff return to fight virus, PM says In a video posted online, Boris Johnson says the UK can get through the pandemic "together". Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Mercedes F1 to make breathing aid
BBC News: Coronavirus: Mercedes F1 to make breathing aid Thousands of the devices, which deliver oxygen to the lungs without needing a ventilator, could be made. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Fake news crackdown by UK government
BBC News: Coronavirus: Fake news crackdown by UK government A rapid response unit is working with social media firms to take down misleading or harmful content. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: A visual guide to the pandemic
BBC News: Coronavirus: A visual guide to the pandemic Key charts explaining how the respiratory virus has spread and how it is being dealt with. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: How to wash your hands - in 20 seconds
BBC News: Coronavirus: How to wash your hands - in 20 seconds Dr Adele McCormick from the University of Westminster demonstrates how to wash your hands. Continue reading.
Coronavirus doctor's diary: Why are people stealing hospital supplies?
BBC News: Coronavirus doctor's diary: Why are people stealing hospital supplies? Dr John Wright explains how Bradford Royal Infirmary is preparing for a "tsunami" of Covid-19 cases. Continue reading.
Coronavirus and sex: What you need to know
BBC News: Coronavirus and sex: What you need to know All your questions about sex in the time of coronavirus, answered. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: NHS Nightingale work for Virgin and EasyJet staff
BBC News: Coronavirus: NHS Nightingale work for Virgin and EasyJet staff Virgin Atlantic and EasyJet appeal to staff to step in and help at the NHS Nightingale hospital. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Self isolation when you are affected by dementia
BBC News: Coronavirus: Self isolation when you are affected by dementia Families affected by dementia are adjusting to develop new routines away from external support. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'I still wear a suit even in my own home'
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'I still wear a suit even in my own home' Ben Lawson-Green is trying to maintain a normal routine during coronavirus self-isolation. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Thousands of council staff moved to the frontline
BBC News: Coronavirus: Thousands of council staff moved to the frontline Leisure centre staff are among those being moved to the frontline as councils cope with shortages. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'Thousands' join virtual fancy dress party
Organisers say the party was the perfect remedy "to a dull few weeks" amid the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading. on BBC News website.
Coronavirus: Hull Trains axes all services amid outbreak
BBC News: Coronavirus: Hull Trains axes all services amid outbreak Hull Trains, which provides services to London, says passenger numbers had "dropped significantly". Continue reading.
Coronavirus: UK ‘wasting time’ on NHS protective gear orders
BBC News: Coronavirus: UK ‘wasting time’ on NHS protective gear orders Textile firms say they could have begun making gowns and masks for front-line workers ten days ago. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Scotland's death toll reaches 41
BBC News: Coronavirus: Scotland's death toll reaches 41 Tests show 1,384 people are confirmed to have the virus, but experts warn the actual figure is likely to be many times higher. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Burton consultant Amged El-Hawrani dies
BBC News: Coronavirus: Burton consultant Amged El-Hawrani dies Amged El-Hawrani's family thanked NHS colleagues for working "tirelessly" to save him. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'I feel lost' - Covid-19 costs mother her job
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'I feel lost' - Covid-19 costs mother her job Sara, a mother of two from Greater Manchester, has lost her job because of the coronavirus crisis. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Ipswich Town Centre ghost town
Since the lock-down Ipswich Town Centre has been almost empty. This isn't miles different to the situation of the local high street in this new year, but with online retailers still available, will the people ever return? .
Ipswich Central: closed Town Centre businesses still have to pay BID levy
Town Centre footfall is down 40% on the following week. Central Government has announced business rates relief for retail businesses forced to shut, however, this doesn't include the levy on town centre businesses to pay for Ipswich Central, that are not even deploying Street Rangers during this time. British BIDs are lobbying government to pay for the levy amounts (rather than remove the need to pay the levy during such period, which makes more sense considering they aren't providing services, although they are biased as free money makes sense!
‘Stop trying to be superheroes’ - Thumbs up from parents for head’s advice on coronavirus schooling
‘Stop trying to be superheroes’ - Thumbs up from parents for head’s advice on coronavirus schooling. A Suffolk headteacher has been given a gold star by parents for his message of support and advice over concerns about their children’s schooling during the coronavirus lockdown. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: When can the UK get back to normal?
BBC News: Coronavirus: When can the UK get back to normal? The deputy Chief Medical Officer for England says social distancing measures will likely be in place in some form for six months. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Robert Jenrick says all parts of UK 'on emergency footing'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Robert Jenrick says all parts of UK 'on emergency footing' Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick said it was a move that was "unprecedented" in peacetime. Continue reading.
Covid-19 claims first UK healthcare worker as official says life won’t ‘get back to normal’ for at least SIX MONTHS
RT: Covid-19 claims first UK healthcare worker as official says life won’t ‘get back to normal’ for at least SIX MONTHS A doctor working in the National Health Service has paid the ultimate price for fighting on the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic, becoming the UK’s first healthcare worker to die from Covid-19. Amged El-Hawrani was a 55-year ear, nose and throat specialist who worked at the University Hospitals of Derby and Burton. He contracted Covid-19 and subsequently died on Saturday night.
Coronavirus: Up to six months before life 'returns to normal' says government
BBC News: Coronavirus: Up to six months before life 'returns to normal' says government It could be six months or more before the UK gets back to normal after coronavirus, says England's deputy chief medical officer. Continue reading.
Ipswich Buses finally publish new timetables on their website
Stephen Bryce* created the public notice on Friday at 13:08, and the timetable scans were scanned** in earlier in the day, revealed on social media from 15:35*** on Saturday. and published to the website**** at 11:37 on Sunday. The bus company therefore sat on the timetables (instead of being saved/exported to pdf appear to have been printed and later scanned in.
Timelapse: The streets of London during the coronavirus pandemic
BBC News: Timelapse: The streets of London during the coronavirus pandemic Have you ever seen the streets of the capital so empty? Continue reading.
Mum-to-be praises ‘understanding and supportive’ midwives despite coronavirus uncertainty
Mum-to-be praises ‘understanding and supportive’ midwives despite coronavirus uncertainty. A pregnant mum from Suffolk said she feels empathy for midwives during the coronavirus outbreak – as union leaders warned maternity services must be ringfenced to ensure women get safe care. Continue reading.
Coronavirus cases in Suffolk now at 87 and 244 in Essex
Coronavirus cases in Suffolk now at 87 and 244 in Essex. Suffolk and Essex have seen another rise in the number of coronavirus cases in the last 24 hours. Continue reading.
Police hero and Stars of Suffolk winner dies at Ipswich Hospital after contracting coronavirus
Police hero and Stars of Suffolk winner dies at Ipswich Hospital after contracting coronavirus. Tributes have been paid to former police hero and Stars of Suffolk winner John Hood, who has died in Ipswich Hospital after contracting coronavirus. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: The Archers to reflect global outbreak in May
BBC News: Coronavirus: The Archers to reflect global outbreak in May Writers for the BBC Radio 4 soap are set to highlight life under lockdown in fictional Ambridge. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Derby police 'in absolute shock over massive party'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Derby police 'in absolute shock over massive party' More than 20 adults and children defied social distancing rules with karaoke in Derby, police say. Continue reading.
UK suffers 209 new Covid-19 fatalities but rate of new deaths drops
RT: UK suffers 209 new Covid-19 fatalities but rate of new deaths drops The death toll from Covid-19 in the UK climbed to 1,228 on Sunday as 209 more people fell victim to the disease. However, the increase was notably lower than Saturday’s spike when 260 people succumbed to the virus. British health authorities said on Sunday that 19,522 people have now tested positive for Covid-19 in the UK.
Turkey's former goalkeeper Rustu Recber in hospital with coronavirus
BBC Sport: Turkey's former goalkeeper Rustu Recber in hospital with coronavirus Former goalkeeper Rustu Recber - Turkey's most capped player - is in hospital with coronavirus. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Belarus Premier League attracts global attention as it plays on
BBC Sport: Coronavirus: Belarus Premier League attracts global attention as it plays on Football fans around the world are turning to Belarus to get their fix during lockdown as the game carries on in the former Soviet republic. Continue reading.
Mental health charity records spike in Scottish football coronavirus calls
BBC Sport: Mental health charity records spike in Scottish football coronavirus calls Scottish footballers are being urged to speak to each other throughout the coronavirus shutdown to safeguard their mental health. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Six more deaths in Northern Ireland
BBC News: Coronavirus: Six more deaths in Northern Ireland It is the largest increase in deaths in NI in a 24 hour period, and there are 86 new confirmed cases. Continue reading.
Anthony Yarde's father dies with coronavirus
BBC Sport: Anthony Yarde's father dies with coronavirus Britain's Anthony Yarde urges people to stay at home after his father dies with the coronavirus. Continue reading.
Volunteers work 24/7 to ensure NHS staff on coronavirus frontline wear safe masks
Volunteers work 24/7 to ensure NHS staff on coronavirus frontline wear safe masks. Suffolk construction employees who are now out of work due to coronavirus are volunteering day and night to help face fit test the frontline doctors and nurses in contact with Covid-19 patients. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Devon 'vigilantes' target family with second home
BBC News: Coronavirus: Devon 'vigilantes' target family with second home The attacks in Bigbury-on-Sea, Devon are being repeated elsewhere in the region, say police. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Strict measures could last 'significant period'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Strict measures could last 'significant period' The date the virus peaks will depend on how people behave, Cabinet Office minister Michael Gove says. Continue reading.
Coronavirus NHS workers 'told to close our eyes if patient coughs'
BBC News: Coronavirus NHS workers 'told to close our eyes if patient coughs' There's huge anxiety in the NHS over coronavirus and the lack of protective equipment, Dr Guddi Singh says. Continue reading.
‘Coronavirus crisis could last a year or more’ – MP’s warning from NHS frontline
‘Coronavirus crisis could last a year or more’ – MP’s warning from NHS frontline. A Suffolk MP battling coronavirus on the frontline is calling for rapid testing of NHS staff to reduce rising sickness levels – as he warned the crisis could last into 2021. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Gove defends not joining EU ventilator scheme
BBC News: Coronavirus: Gove defends not joining EU ventilator scheme The cabinet minister says that the UK has not been disadvantaged by the government's decision not to join. Continue reading.
All the coronavirus changes by Ipswich Borough Council in the last two weeks
All the coronavirus changes by Ipswich Borough Council in the last two weeks. Following two weeks of stringent coronavirus measures, Ipswich Borough Council has summarised the changes which people should be aware of. Continue reading.
The papers: Salmond accusers speak out and coronavirus 'crackdown'
BBC News: The papers: Salmond accusers speak out and coronavirus 'crackdown' The front pages feature a statement from the nine women who accused Alex Salmond of sex offences, and more coronavirus updates. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Domestic abuse victims 'still allowed to leave home'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Domestic abuse victims 'still allowed to leave home' The government's coronavirus rules are tougher on people at risk of domestic abuse, the home secretary says. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Norfolk 'countryside beauty' shared for the self-isolating
BBC News: Coronavirus: Norfolk 'countryside beauty' shared for the self-isolating Photographer Brad Damms helps people experience the outdoors without leaving their house. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: What we still don't know about Covid-19
BBC News: Coronavirus: What we still don't know about Covid-19 There are many unanswered questions about the new coronavirus, Covid-19. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: William and Kate urge nation to look after their mental health
BBC News: Coronavirus: William and Kate urge nation to look after their mental health The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge endorse new advice on wellbeing during the pandemic. Continue reading.
Is there light at the end of the tunnel in the global coronavirus crisis?
Is there light at the end of the tunnel in the global coronavirus crisis? The UK finally entered lockdown this week after numerous shutdowns – and scenes from Suffolk and beyond show empty streets and abandoned shops, restaurants and cafes. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Meet the ‘shielded’ enduring 12 weeks of isolation
BBC News: Coronavirus: Meet the ‘shielded’ enduring 12 weeks of isolation Some people face months of coronavirus isolation because of medical conditions. How will they cope? Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Six things that are booming in sales
BBC News: Coronavirus: Six things that are booming in sales Amid the virus, some retailers are seeing trade collapse, but others are overwhelmed by demand. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: The volunteers feeding the NHS
BBC News: Coronavirus: The volunteers feeding the NHS Meet the people who have made it their mission to feed the National Health Service for free. Continue reading.
SNP urges UK government to 'hit pause' on Brexit due to coronavirus
BBC News: SNP urges UK government to 'hit pause' on Brexit due to coronavirus The party says UK ministers should focus on the coronavirus pandemic and seek to extend the transition period. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Restricted funerals 'heartbreaking' to conduct says celebrant
BBC News: Coronavirus: Restricted funerals 'heartbreaking' to conduct says celebrant Jo Brewer has overseen more than 1,000 funerals and said services at the moment were "so much harder". Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Free NHS Wales staff travel as bus firms helped out
BBC News: Coronavirus: Free NHS Wales staff travel as bus firms helped out Struggling bus companies can access £69m hardship funding, if they commit to helping key workers. Continue reading.
Coronavirus ICYMI: Special deliveries, a parrot and hotels
BBC News: Coronavirus ICYMI: Special deliveries, a parrot and hotels Here are some stories you may have missed this week. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Doctors urge 'difficult conversations' about death
BBC News: Coronavirus: Doctors urge 'difficult conversations' about death Palliative care experts urge people to have the "difficult conversations" before it's too late. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Why people are singing in their toilets
BBC News: Coronavirus: Why people are singing in their toilets Actor Paul Cooper started the toilet challenge after his son contracted coronavirus. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Things will get worse, PM says in letter to Britons
BBC News: Coronavirus: Things will get worse, PM says in letter to Britons Writing to all UK households, Boris Johnson warns measures to combat coronavirus could get tougher. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: New regulations to come into force
BBC News: Coronavirus: New regulations to come into force The new powers will come into force across Northern Ireland from 23:00 GMT on Saturday. Continue reading.
Juventus players and Maurizio Sarri agree coronavirus pay freeze
BBC Sport: Juventus players and Maurizio Sarri agree coronavirus pay freeze Juventus' squad and boss Maurizio Sarri agree to a salary break which will save the club an estimated £80. 7m during the coronavirus crisis. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Family share story of love as hospice faces crisis
BBC News: Coronavirus: Family share story of love as hospice faces crisis Charity appeals to chancellor on coronavirus impact, as one family connects through a glass divide. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Deaths in Scotland reach 40
BBC News: Coronavirus: Deaths in Scotland reach 40 The number of patients with Covid-19 who have died has increased by seven since Friday. Continue reading.
Ludlow Community Hospital 'bars GP over Covid-19 response criticisms'
BBC News: Ludlow Community Hospital 'bars GP over Covid-19 response criticisms' Catherine Beanland says Ludlow hospital's response was "very slow" but it says it followed guidelines. Continue reading.
Coronavirus cases in Suffolk continue to rise
Coronavirus cases in Suffolk continue to rise. The number of cases of coronavirus in Suffolk continues to rise, with the latest recorded figure now totalling 74. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: NHS turns to big tech to tackle Covid-19 hot spots
BBC News: Coronavirus: NHS turns to big tech to tackle Covid-19 hot spots Amazon, Google, Palantir, Microsoft and Faculty AI will help decision-makers better understand the crisis. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: No time for complacency, says NHS England
BBC News: Coronavirus: No time for complacency, says NHS England NHS England's medical director says "every one of us has a part to play" to keep the death toll down. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: UK tourists in India complain of being 'abandoned' by government
BBC News: Coronavirus: UK tourists in India complain of being 'abandoned' by government Shops are closed and transport stopped after strict lockdown was imposed at four hours notice on Monday. Continue reading.
‘Inadequate armor’? FETISH supplier donates gear to ‘underfunded’ NHS as Covid-19 deaths pass 1,000 mark
RT: ‘Inadequate armor’? FETISH supplier donates gear to ‘underfunded’ NHS as Covid-19 deaths pass 1,000 mark With Britain’s National Health Service struggling to contain the Covid-19 pandemic, help has come from the most unlikely source. A company supplying medical equipment to hardcore fetish enthusiasts has donated its stock.
Wigan 'coronavirus' crash man who hit nurse's car dies
BBC News: Wigan 'coronavirus' crash man who hit nurse's car dies Lucy Duncan took the elderly driver to hospital after the crash and spent hours in A&E with him. Continue reading.
11 brilliant family games to beat the coronavirus lockdown boredom
11 brilliant family games to beat the coronavirus lockdown boredom. With the prospect of weeks at home, finding interesting ways to spend quality time with family is even more important – Colchester’s best board game brains take a look at the best games to keep you entertained. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Measures make domestic abuse victims 'very vulnerable'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Measures make domestic abuse victims 'very vulnerable' Police warn that more people may find themselves being victims of domestic abuse. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Canal towpaths 'like middle of Tesco'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Canal towpaths 'like middle of Tesco' Bosses defend keeping canal towpaths open despite residents saying social-distancing is impossible. Continue reading.
Pedro: Chelsea forward says players may need short pre-season after coronavirus
BBC Sport: Pedro: Chelsea forward says players may need short pre-season after coronavirus Players may need a short pre-season to readjust when the Premier League resumes after the coronavirus pandemic, says Chelsea forward Pedro. Continue reading.
Deaths from coronavirus now more than 1,000
Deaths from coronavirus now more than 1,000. The number of people who have died after contracting coronavirus has now passed 1,000. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Two more people die
BBC News: Coronavirus: Two more people die It brings the total number of deaths in Northern Ireland to 15. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Mum's thanks for breast milk delivery to sick baby
BBC News: Coronavirus: Mum's thanks for breast milk delivery to sick baby New mum Becky stopped visiting Freyja in hospital when her partner developed flu-type symptoms. Continue reading.
How cricketers are coping during coronavirus
BBC Sport: How cricketers are coping during coronavirus As the pandemic prevents cricket from being played in England until at least 28 May, BBC Sport looks at how players and fans are keeping entertained. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Number of UK deaths rises above 1,000
BBC News: Coronavirus: Number of UK deaths rises above 1,000 The number of people to have died with the coronavirus in the UK has reached 1,019, latest figures show. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Stay fit to fight the virus, say medics
BBC News: Coronavirus: Stay fit to fight the virus, say medics Prepare for coronavirus like you would prepare for surgery, experts advise. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Search for 73 people linked to patient
BBC News: Coronavirus: Search for 73 people linked to patient A patient who tested positive for coronavirus carried on with their daily routine for several days. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Calls for better workplace social distancing guidance
BBC News: Coronavirus: Calls for better workplace social distancing guidance Hundreds of people raise concerns about workers being too close together at more than 150 companies. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Scottish Secretary Alister Jack has Covid-19 symptoms
BBC News: Coronavirus: Scottish Secretary Alister Jack has Covid-19 symptoms Alister Jack is said to be experiencing "mild" symptoms, including a cough and a temperature. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Man charged for 'spitting at police and saying he had symptoms'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Man charged for 'spitting at police and saying he had symptoms' He has been charged with assaulting an emergency worker. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: FA wants Women's Super League season completed by August
BBC Sport: Coronavirus: FA wants Women's Super League season completed by August The Football Association remains determined to complete the Women's Super League season - but wants it completed by early August. Continue reading.
Ipswich Buses to run a Saturday timetable on... a Saturday
Stop Press! Breaking News: Ipswich Buses has revealed a "Service Update" that it intends to run a Saturday service today, which is a Saturday. Where do they get these people from?
Coronavirus: UK wary of international market for ventilators
BBC News: Coronavirus: UK wary of international market for ventilators The UK is avoiding buying from middlemen as prices rocket amid feverish global trading conditions. Continue reading.

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