The delayed, 1,700-capacity Sevington Lorry Park will take over the task from Waterbrook in March, as fears continue to grow over long delays as a result of the UK's exit from the EU, with business chiefs admitting things will 'get worse before they get better'. … [Read more...] about The Channel ‘ghost ships’: Chaos as France demands truckers have Covid tests that take three days to give a result before being let in – leaving ministers scrambling for plan to keep supermarket shelves stocked
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Boris Johnson 'was warned to lift lockdown or face a leadership challenge' Fears were growing that the new mutant strain of the virus from Brazil could make vaccines less effective A travel ban was slapped on Portugal and all of South America to stop the spread of the new variant The national shutdown could continue in some form until autumn, Professor Lockdown claimed Rishi Sunak 'refused to extend the stamp duty holiday beyond the end of March' Latest figures from Public Health England suggest infections are decreasing in all areas but the north-west, south-west and West Midlands in the week up to January 10. … [Read more...] about UK’s R-rate ‘plunges below 1’ & Covid daily infections fall in a week as data shows lockdown could be working
Education chiefs have admitted schools could stay closed beyond the February half-term Covid measures could be tightened within days if cases continue to spiral Jeremy Clarkson urges Brits to put down the remote and join The Sun's Jabs Army Asda will be the first supermarket to offer customers Covid jabs in-store During Prime Minister's Questions, Mr Johnson said: "I don't think anybody is happy with the disgraceful images that we've seen the food parcels that have been offered, they are appalling and they are an insult to families." … [Read more...] about Free School Meal vouchers back on Monday as Rashford calls Boris Johnson over ‘unacceptable’ Chartwells food parcels
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Work - you can only leave home for work purposes where it is unreasonable for you to do your job from homeVolunteering - you can also leave home to provide voluntary or charitable servicesEssential activities - you can leave home to buy things at shops or obtain services. You may also leave your home to do these things on behalf of a disabled or vulnerable person or someone self-isolatingEducation and childcare - you can only leave home for education, registered childcare, and supervised activities for children where they are eligible to attend. Meeting others and care - you can leave home to visit people in your support bubble ( if you are legally permitted to form one), to provide informal childcare for children under 14 as part of a childcare bubble (for example, to enable parents to work), to provide care for disabled or vulnerable peopleExercise - you can continue to exercise alone, with one other person or with your household or support bubble, and not outside your local … [Read more...] about Police force that fined two women for coffee trip issues £200 fines to three men for meeting at McDonald’s when they live more than 100 miles apart from each other