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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: Pubs reopen in England
BBC News: Coronavirus: Pubs reopen in England Drinkers in Newcastle talk to the BBC about how different it is, to be in a pub again after lockdown. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Swansea's Wind Street residents' lockdown 'bliss'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Swansea's Wind Street residents' lockdown 'bliss' Residents of Swansea's Wind Street say they have enjoyed the peace of lockdown. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Nigel Farage pub trip raised with Kent Police
BBC News: Coronavirus: Nigel Farage pub trip raised with Kent Police The acting leader of the Liberal Democrats asks whether Nigel Farage has broken quarantine rules. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Police will enforce border cluster rules as 'last resort'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Police will enforce border cluster rules as 'last resort' Guidance not to travel more than five miles remains in place in some parts of Dumfries and Galloway. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Couple's joy at post lockdown wedding
BBC News: Coronavirus: Couple's joy at post lockdown wedding Trainee doctor Julia Payne, who contracted Covid-19, was originally due to marry Henry Matter in May. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Couple's joy at post lockdown wedding
Trainee doctor Julia Payne, who contracted Covid-19, was originally due to marry Henry Matter in May. Continue reading. on BBC News website.
Frances Tiafoe: American tests positive for coronavirus in Atlanta
BBC Sport: Frances Tiafoe: American tests positive for coronavirus in Atlanta Frances Tiafoe is the latest tennis player to contract coronavirus and withdraws from the All-American Team Cup in Georgia. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: New challenges for lockdown meal delivery group
BBC News: Coronavirus: New challenges for lockdown meal delivery group Community groups have played a vital role in recent weeks, but the challenge is changing. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: South west roads 'very busy' as lockdown eased
BBC News: Coronavirus: South west roads 'very busy' as lockdown eased Tourism bosses have said 80,000 people are expected, with hotels and campsites now accepting guests. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Car smashes into pub hours before reopening
BBC News: Coronavirus: Car smashes into pub hours before reopening The landlord of the Swan Inn in Kent says "How much bad luck can we have? " Continue reading.
Coronavirus: North East 'sees vulnerable turn to sex work'
BBC News: Coronavirus: North East 'sees vulnerable turn to sex work' Police warn there has been an increase in reports of brothels in Newcastle during the pandemic. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: England enjoys lockdown easing
BBC News: Coronavirus: England enjoys lockdown easing A major relaxation of coronavirus measures allows wedding ceremonies, cinema trips and haircuts. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: School reopening plans needed, union says
BBC News: Coronavirus: School reopening plans needed, union says There is a "serious risk" schools will not be ready unless plans are published soon, a union claims. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Chris Mason has haircut live on air as barbers open
BBC News: Coronavirus: Chris Mason has haircut live on air as barbers open Correspondent Chris Mason has haircut live on air as lockdown measures ease for barbers in England. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'I was given a lung transplant during lockdown'
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'I was given a lung transplant during lockdown' Pauline Laybourne "burst into tears" when she was told a new pair of lungs were available. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: South Shields Museum appeals for hair clippings
BBC News: Coronavirus: South Shields Museum appeals for hair clippings The cuttings and before-and-after photographs will form part of the museum's pandemic collection. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Widnes couple say 'I do' after clock strikes midnight
BBC News: Coronavirus: Widnes couple say 'I do' after clock strikes midnight Louise Arnold and Jennifer Wilson are believed to be the first couple to marry after measures eased. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Haircuts in the dead of night
BBC News: Coronavirus: Haircuts in the dead of night Some salons opened their doors at midnight as lockdown restrictions in England were eased. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Care home residents struggle with isolation
BBC News: Coronavirus: Care home residents struggle with isolation Portsmouth care home residents say they have struggled with the isolation of lockdown. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: NI jobs outlook 'heading back to 1980s'
BBC News: Coronavirus: NI jobs outlook 'heading back to 1980s' A detailed analysis of how pandemic has damaged economy is published by Stormont department. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Pubs, restaurants and hairdressers reopen in England
BBC News: Coronavirus: Pubs, restaurants and hairdressers reopen in England Some hair salons opened at midnight as pubs can see customers for the first time since March. Continue reading.
The people who think coronavirus is caused by 5G
BBC News: The people who think coronavirus is caused by 5G The idea that 5G could have health implications isn't new. But conspiracy theories linking 5G with Covid-19 went viral during lockdown. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: How rugby union may have to adapt after the pandemic
BBC Sport: Coronavirus: How rugby union may have to adapt after the pandemic Patrick Gearey looks at how rugby union may have to adapt the scrum as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading.
Council to reveal plans to tackle ‘huge’ £10million black hole caused by coronavirus
Council to reveal plans to tackle ‘huge’ £10million black hole caused by coronavirus. Ipswich Borough Council is to unveil a blueprint for how it will tackle a “huge financial black hole” in its budget caused by the Covid-19 crisis. Continue reading.
Lost in lockdown – the Suffolk businesses which have closed due to coronavirus
Lost in lockdown – the Suffolk businesses which have closed due to coronavirus. Many businesses have started to welcome customers back following the coronavirus lockdown. However, some pubs, restaurants and shops have been lost from our high street for good.
Coronavirus: UK government's quarantine-free list 'absurd'
BBC News: Coronavirus: UK government's quarantine-free list 'absurd' Portuguese leaders say the country's exclusion from a list drawn up by the UK government is "absurd". Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Shielding 'terrified' of tourism influx
BBC News: Coronavirus: Shielding 'terrified' of tourism influx People at high risk of Covid-19 are concerned about the implications of tourists descending on the South West. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Teen photographer documents life in lockdown
BBC News: Coronavirus: Teen photographer documents life in lockdown Tyler Lopes put £50 he inherited when his grandma died towards buying his first camera. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'Don't rush for a border beer,' police warn
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'Don't rush for a border beer,' police warn Lockdown measures in Wales are still in force as pubs open in England on Saturday. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Why disabled people are calling for a Covid-19 inquiry
BBC News: Coronavirus: Why disabled people are calling for a Covid-19 inquiry Wheelchair-used Ginny Butcher says disabled people in the UK have been abandoned during the pandemic. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Rush to convert empty Cardiff student flats
BBC News: Coronavirus: Rush to convert empty Cardiff student flats With predictions of fewer international students, there are fears high-rise flats may not be filled. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Inside the secret Covid rave scene
BBC News: Coronavirus: Inside the secret Covid rave scene One rave organiser says he's providing a service that others aren't - and insists he's "proud". Continue reading.
Coronavirus: One metre rule 'game changer' for hospitality trade
BBC News: Coronavirus: One metre rule 'game changer' for hospitality trade Several business owners said it would mean the difference between opening or not and "whole heartedly" welcomed the government proposal. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Yo! Sushi adapts conveyor belt system
BBC News: Coronavirus: Yo! Sushi adapts conveyor belt system As Yo! Sushi prepares to reopen some restaurants in England, it has had to adapt its conveyor belt system.
Coronavirus: 'Right thing' to be part of plasma trial
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'Right thing' to be part of plasma trial The first person to get blood plasma as a coronavirus treatment explains why she's taking part in the trial. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: London park bans alcohol after 'urination and defecation'
BBC News: Coronavirus: London park bans alcohol after 'urination and defecation' The injunction for Hackney's London Fields comes after weeks of "disturbance to local people". Continue reading.
Sheffield Council apologises for coronavirus pub tweet
BBC News: Sheffield Council apologises for coronavirus pub tweet Sheffield City Council apologises for the "badly worded" tweet, which it has since deleted. Continue reading.
Coronavirus patient discharged from hospital after 90-day battle
BBC News: Coronavirus patient discharged from hospital after 90-day battle Bob Morning was admitted to Ninewells in Dundee on 4 April and transferred to intensive care five days later. Continue reading.
People tested for Covid-19 in England NOT asked to give addresses during peak of pandemic, complaints of ‘incomplete’ data
RT: People tested for Covid-19 in England NOT asked to give addresses during peak of pandemic, complaints of ‘incomplete’ data People in England tested for Covid-19 during the height of the pandemic were not being asked to provide address details, it has emerged. Local authorities have hit out at the “poor and incomplete” data they’ve received.
Coronavirus: Evening update as PM urges people to act 'safely' in lockdown easing
BBC News: Coronavirus: Evening update as PM urges people to act 'safely' in lockdown easing Five things you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak this evening. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: England lockdown easing 'biggest step yet', says PM
BBC News: Coronavirus: England lockdown easing 'biggest step yet', says PM Boris Johnson says the public must not let businesses down when they reopen on Saturday. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'Human table football', playing sport safely during a pandemic
BBC Sport: Coronavirus: 'Human table football', playing sport safely during a pandemic Some players in Argentina have found a creative way to play football while keeping to social distancing rules during the coronavirus pandemic - city locals call it "human table football". Continue reading.
Coronavirus: England’s quarantine-free list of countries published
BBC News: Coronavirus: England’s quarantine-free list of countries published Greece, Belgium and Spain are among the countries on the list but Portugal and the US are not. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Almost 20,000 died in care homes
BBC News: Coronavirus: Almost 20,000 died in care homes The figures from the ONS are the first to reveal the full toll of the epidemic in care homes. Continue reading.
Coronavirus in Wales: Your travel questions answered
BBC News: Coronavirus in Wales: Your travel questions answered "Stay local" restrictions will end on Monday - what does this mean for you? Continue reading.
Sam Curran: England all-rounder tests negative for coronavirus
BBC Sport: Sam Curran: England all-rounder tests negative for coronavirus England all-rounder Sam Curran returns a negative test for coronavirus. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Pubs to open in England from 06:00 BST as lockdown eased
BBC News: Coronavirus: Pubs to open in England from 06:00 BST as lockdown eased No 10 says it is a "sensible precaution" against midnight parties taking place across the country. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Money back for Ryanair and Sykes customers
BBC News: Coronavirus: Money back for Ryanair and Sykes customers The airline says it is clearing a backlog of refunds while Sykes Cottages also has a new policy. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Inches from freedom on Leicester's lockdown frontier
BBC News: Coronavirus: Inches from freedom on Leicester's lockdown frontier In some places, a garden fence is the only visible sign of the division in Leicester's lockdown zone. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Scottish and UK ministers in 'air bridges' row
BBC News: Coronavirus: Scottish and UK ministers in 'air bridges' row UK Transport Minister Grant Shapps says there is still time for Scotland to agree to relaxing quarantine rules. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: A guide to your potential holiday destinations
BBC News: Coronavirus: A guide to your potential holiday destinations As people in England get the green light to go abroad again, here's a look at what's in store for travellers. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Cardiff man meets doctor who saved his life
BBC News: Coronavirus: Cardiff man meets doctor who saved his life At one stage the oxygen level in Davide Compagnone's blood was lower than on Everest's peak. Continue reading.
Revealed: Suffolk had 1,000 more coronavirus cases than reported at height of pandemic
Revealed: Suffolk had 1,000 more coronavirus cases than reported at height of pandemic. More than 1,000 coronavirus cases in Suffolk at the height of the pandemic were not reported in public government figures, it can be revealed. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Quarantine exemptions and 'act responsibly' plea as lockdowns ease
BBC News: Coronavirus: Quarantine exemptions and 'act responsibly' plea as lockdowns ease Five things you need to know about the coronavirus outbreak this Friday morning. Continue reading.
‘Good on rhetoric, not on governance’: Labour leader Starmer says coronavirus inquiry into BoJo is ‘inevitable’
RT: ‘Good on rhetoric, not on governance’: Labour leader Starmer says coronavirus inquiry into BoJo is ‘inevitable’ The UK’s opposition Labour Party leader Keir Starmer launched a broadside against British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, criticizing his coronavirus response as “slow,” adding that “an inquiry is inevitable. ” Starmer’s Friday morning remarks come as no surprise as the UK has recorded some 285,000 cases of coronavirus infection and over 44,000 deaths from Covid-19, according to the Johns Hopkins University.
Even after spending months indoors, 8 in 10 Brits would back ANOTHER LOCKDOWN if Covid-19 strikes again
RT: Even after spending months indoors, 8 in 10 Brits would back ANOTHER LOCKDOWN if Covid-19 strikes again A remarkably high number of Britons are open to the idea of another lockdown being imposed if Covid-19 cases surge again, a poll has revealed. Many are even afraid of going out and visiting public places that are about to reopen. More than eight in 10 people – 83 percent – of Brits said they would support another coronavirus shutdown, YouGov found out in a survey for , which saw 1,610 British adults interviewed in recent days.
Coronavirus: NI hotels and bars to reopen their doors
BBC News: Coronavirus: NI hotels and bars to reopen their doors Economy Minister Diane Dodds hails Friday as a "great day for the hospitality sector". Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Care home staff and residents to get regular tests
BBC News: Coronavirus: Care home staff and residents to get regular tests Move in England and Wales comes after experts have been calling for the checks to contain the virus. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Coventry City of Culture pushed back five months
BBC News: Coronavirus: Coventry City of Culture pushed back five months The move will "allow a fuller programme of public events", the organisation team says. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Sniffer dogs trial going 'very well'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Sniffer dogs trial going 'very well' The bio-detection dogs are already trained to detect odours of cancers, malaria and Parkinson's disease. Continue reading.
Coronavirus in Scotland: 'Our village won't survive without tourists'
BBC News: Coronavirus in Scotland: 'Our village won't survive without tourists' As travel restrictions are lifted, pub and hotel owners in Argyll hope enough visitors will return for their businesses to survive. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'We'll be cutting hair from midnight' post-lockdown
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'We'll be cutting hair from midnight' post-lockdown Hairdressers and barbers can reopen from 4 July in England, with many booked up already. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Where can I fly to from Scotland's airports?
BBC News: Coronavirus: Where can I fly to from Scotland's airports? After a near shutdown during lockdown the country's airports are operating dozens of overseas routes again. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: England to scrap quarantine for arrivals from 'low risk' countries
BBC News: Coronavirus: England to scrap quarantine for arrivals from 'low risk' countries Arrivals to England from Germany and Italy will also no longer need to isolate, ministers confirm. Continue reading.
Leicester coronavirus outbreak timeline: Who knew what, and when?
BBC News: Leicester coronavirus outbreak timeline: Who knew what, and when? By piecing together statements and claims, we have created a chronology of events. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: 'Refunds unlikely' if travellers have to self-isolate
BBC News: Coronavirus: 'Refunds unlikely' if travellers have to self-isolate Travel insurance is unlikely to cover those who have to cancel a holiday because they have Covid symptoms. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Lifting of Wales' travel limits to get final go-ahead
BBC News: Coronavirus: Lifting of Wales' travel limits to get final go-ahead Scrapping of the "stay local" restrictions this Monday will be confirmed by Mark Drakeford later. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Scotland's five mile travel limit lifted
BBC News: Coronavirus: Scotland's five mile travel limit lifted Holiday cottages can reopen and the travel limit has been lifted as Scotland's virus lockdown is eased. Continue reading.
Lockdown rules: How to keep your guests safe from Covid-19
BBC News: Lockdown rules: How to keep your guests safe from Covid-19 How to keep your guests safe when they come round to visit during a global pandemic? Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Lake District reports surge in holiday bookings
BBC News: Coronavirus: Lake District reports surge in holiday bookings With travel restrictions and tight budgets many British people are choosing to holiday at home this year. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Public should 'act responsibly' as England's lockdown is eased, says PM
BBC News: Coronavirus: Public should 'act responsibly' as England's lockdown is eased, says PM Boris Johnson will make the appeal to the public ahead of rule changes and reopenings on Saturday. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: How Merthyr is above Leicester as Covid-19 hotspot
BBC News: Coronavirus: How Merthyr is above Leicester as Covid-19 hotspot Experts say there is no evidence of wider community infection after Merthyr is shown to have the highest weekly rate for coronavirus cases. Continue reading.
New survey shows ‘eye-watering’ effect of coronavirus on Suffolk’s economy
New survey shows ‘eye-watering’ effect of coronavirus on Suffolk’s economy. An “eye-watering” new survey has shown the unprecedented impact of Covid-19 on Suffolk’s economy – but the first signs of recovery are also starting to show. Continue reading.
Sam Curran: England all-rounder awaits coronavirus test result
BBC Sport: Sam Curran: England all-rounder awaits coronavirus test result England all-rounder Sam Curran is awaiting the result of a coronavirus test after falling ill on the second day of the intra-squad warm-up match. Continue reading.
Novak Djokovic and wife Jelena test negative for coronavirus after earlier positive test
BBC Sport: Novak Djokovic and wife Jelena test negative for coronavirus after earlier positive test World number one Novak Djokovic and his wife Jelena test negative for coronavirus nine days after testing positive. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Distancing rules relaxed for children in Scotland
BBC News: Coronavirus: Distancing rules relaxed for children in Scotland Those under 12 will not have to follow distancing rules outdoors, while older children can meet more people during a day. Continue reading.
Historic pub closes after coronavirus makes it ‘unviable’ – with fears more could follow
Historic pub closes after coronavirus makes it ‘unviable’ – with fears more could follow. The Rampant Horse in Needham Market has been put up for sale following the devastating impact of coronavirus, with the Suffolk brewery admitting the cost of running the pub would be “ridiculous” in the current climate. Continue reading.
Suffolk charities face ‘tsunami of issues’ in post-coronavirus future
Suffolk charities face ‘tsunami of issues’ in post-coronavirus future. Suffolk charities and voluntary groups faces a “tsunami of issues” in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak. Continue reading.
Coronavirus infection rate in Suffolk plummets to among lowest in England
Coronavirus infection rate in Suffolk plummets to among lowest in England. Suffolk had one of the lowest coronavirus infection rates in England last week – with less than one positive test result per 100,000 people. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Greater Manchester Police leave cancelled for pubs reopening
BBC News: Coronavirus: Greater Manchester Police leave cancelled for pubs reopening Greater Manchester's mayor insists policing of the reopening of pubs will not be "heavy-handed". Continue reading.

Ipswich Buses: finally rolls out Hand Sanitiser across fleet

Ipswich Buses have announced the installation of hand sanitiser across their bus fleet. .

ALDI to leave Meredith Road

Aldi has put up their North West Ipswich supermarket up for sale or to let. It looks as if they are leaving Meredith Road. The reason appears to be "relocation" - it is unknown whether Aldi will still commit to a Sproughton Road store near Morrisons. or who will take over this store. .
One further coronavirus-related death recorded in Suffolk and north Essex
One further coronavirus-related death recorded in Suffolk and north Essex. One further patient being treated for coronavirus has died at the trust which runs Ipswich and Colchester hospitals. Continue reading.
What questions do want to ask about coronavirus in Suffolk?
What questions do want to ask about coronavirus in Suffolk? People will be able to ask public health leaders about the effects of the Covid-19 crisis in Suffolk at a meeting later this month. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: PM's father Stanley Johnson criticised for lockdown trip to Greece
BBC News: Coronavirus: PM's father Stanley Johnson criticised for lockdown trip to Greece Stanley Johnson shared pictures on Instagram showing him arriving in Athens on Wednesday. Continue reading.
BoJo's father sparks outrage after reports of him breaking Covid-19 rules and flying to his Greek villa on 'essential business'
RT: BoJo's father sparks outrage after reports of him breaking Covid-19 rules and flying to his Greek villa on 'essential business' PM Boris Johnson’s father has reportedly jetted off to his villa in Greece despite the UK Foreign office advising against traveling abroad and the Greek government banning direct flights from Britain, prompting fury from Britons. Stanley Johnson, 79, managed to circumvent the direct travel ban imposed by Greece by flying to Athens via the Bulgarian capital Sofia on Wednesday night, according to the Daily Mail.
New mobile coronavirus testing centre set up in Framlingham
New mobile coronavirus testing centre set up in Framlingham. A new mobile testing centre for Covid-19 has been set up at Framlingham College Leisure Centre. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Many waiting longer than 24 hours for test results
BBC News: Coronavirus: Many waiting longer than 24 hours for test results But data for regional drive-thru centres and mobile units in England show significant progress made. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: '1,730 Airbus jobs to go' at Broughton and Filton
BBC News: Coronavirus: '1,730 Airbus jobs to go' at Broughton and Filton The aerospace firm confirms it is cutting 15,000 jobs worldwide as it reels from the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading.
Middy to remain closed until Coronavirus is eradicated
Middy to remain closed until Coronavirus is eradicated. Suffolk’s much-loved ‘Middy’ – the Mid-Suffolk Light Railway – has taken the decision to dampen down the fires and to temporarily pull the tarpaulins over its engines and rolling stock, as it closes its ticket office for the foreseeable future. Continue reading.
Ama Agbeze: Coronavirus 'could set women's sport back decades' - former England netball captain
BBC Sport: Ama Agbeze: Coronavirus 'could set women's sport back decades' - former England netball captain Former England netball captain Ama Agbeze fears the coronavirus pandemic could set women's sport back decades because of the cancellation of leagues and competitions. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Rowan Foods staff in Wrexham 'do not feel safe'
BBC News: Coronavirus: Rowan Foods staff in Wrexham 'do not feel safe' Workers say staff are not self-isolating as they cannot afford to and it is "impossible" to distance. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: The children doing sports day in lockdown
BBC News: Coronavirus: The children doing sports day in lockdown Lockdown has massively disrupted children's activity levels, Sport England says. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Leicester schoolchildren kept at home in local lockdown
BBC News: Coronavirus: Leicester schoolchildren kept at home in local lockdown Leicester's schools have closed to all but a small number of pupils just weeks after reopening. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Year groups kept isolated in back-to-school plan
BBC News: Coronavirus: Year groups kept isolated in back-to-school plan Safety plans to be announced for England's schools in autumn will be based on separate "bubbles". Continue reading.
Coronavirus grief: 'Lockdown makes a bizarre situation ten times worse'
BBC News: Coronavirus grief: 'Lockdown makes a bizarre situation ten times worse' Many young people don't like talking about grief but the pandemic means thousands now have to. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Survey suggests business confidence at record low
BBC News: Coronavirus: Survey suggests business confidence at record low Retail, tourism and construction have been the worst hit during lockdown according to a survey of Scottish firms. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Kate Silverton on her fear for children's mental health
BBC News: Coronavirus: Kate Silverton on her fear for children's mental health BBC newsreader Kate Silverton warns of the damage the pandemic is doing to children's mental health. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: UK travel quarantine rules 'not worth it', says Theresa Villiers
BBC News: Coronavirus: UK travel quarantine rules 'not worth it', says Theresa Villiers Only a tiny number of fines have been handed out and a former minister says the policy is not working. Continue reading.
Coronavirus: Scottish government to announce 2m rule decision
BBC News: Coronavirus: Scottish government to announce 2m rule decision Many pubs, restaurants and other businesses want the distance reduced before they reopen later this month. Continue reading.

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