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Bars and pubs across Lancashire will close after local leaders agreed the county should move into Tier 3 of England’s lockdown system. It means towns such as Blackpool, Blackburn and Fleetwood join the Liverpool City Region in the highest level of coronavirus restrictions. The Department of Health and Social Care has issued...
More restrictions have been announced for people living in the north-east of England, including “legal restrictions on indoor mixing between households in any setting”. Addressing MPs in the Commons, Health Secretary Matt Hancock said the number of coronavirus cases in the region “continues to rise sharply”. “The incident rate across...
Over 1 million downloads of the England and Wales’ the Covid-19 app have been made its launched today. Health Secretary Matt Hancock said the app “helps us to find more people who are at risk of having the virus” that human contact tracers are unable to find. “Everybody who downloads...
BUSINESSES and organisations and hospitality venues will be legally required to log details of customers, visitors and staff for NHS Test and Trace and from today (Thursday 24 September) they will be required to display official NHS QR code posters under law ahead of the NHS COVID-19 app being rolled...
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has urged Britons to “summon the discipline and the resolve” to avoid a second national lockdown after warning there have been “too many breaches” of coronavirus rules. In a televised address to the nation, Mr Johnson called on the public to “get through this winter together”...
People in England should work from home “if they can” to reduce social mixing and slow the spread of the virus, Michael Gove has said. The Cabinet Office Minister also told some news channels this moring that trials of spectators at sports fixtures would be “paused”. It comes as pubs,...
Travellers arriving in England from Slovenia and Guadeloupe after 4am on Saturday will have to isolate for two weeks. The two countries are being added to the quarantine list, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps announced. But Thailand and Singapore are being removed from the list. Mr Shapps tweeted: “A reminder that...
A new Covid-19 contact-tracing app will be launched across England and Wales on 24 September, the government has announced. The app will let people scan barcode-like QR codes to register visits to hospitality venues and will implement Apple and Google’s method of detecting other smartphones. Businesses are being asked to...
The business secretary, Alok Sharma, has said there are no plans to review the wearing of face masks in English schools despite a plea from headteachers. The Association of School and College Leaders (ASCL), a trade union that represents more than 19,000 senior staff, has called on the government to...
Bailiffs are resuming operations in England and Wales chasing unpaid council tax after a five-month suspension owing to coronavirus. Debt charities have warned of a surge in cases, prompting financial and health risks. But a trade body for the sector said vital public services would be affected if councils were...
THE ban on evictions in England should be extended in order to prevent a “homelessness crisis”, Labour has said. The government introduced the ban in March to help those financially hit by the coronavirus lockdown. Homeless charity Shelter estimates 227,000 private renters have fallen into arrears since the pandemic and...
MANY railway season ticket holders and commuters will see a 1.6% rise in fares from January despite a slump in passenger demand. About half of rail fares are pegged to July’s Retail Price Index, which defied economists’ forecasts and rose from 1.1% in June, official figures show. Passenger groups said...
New figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) on Tuesday showed England and Wales have recorded the lowest weekly number of deaths from coronavirus since March, when lockdown was imposed. 152 people died from Covid-19 in the week up to 7 August, the lowest number of deaths from the disease over...
A-level and GCSE students in England will be handed exam grades as predicted by their teachers instead of a controversial algorithm, Ofqual has announced. The move marks a stark U-turn by both Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Education Secretary Gavin Williamson and comes after growing fury from pupils and Tory...
More beauty treatments, small wedding receptions and live indoor performances will be able to resume in England from Saturday, as lockdown rules are eased. Bowling alleys, casinos and soft play centres will also be able to reopen, PM Boris Johnson has announced. It comes as the government introduces bigger fines...
The number of people testing positive for COVID-19 in the community has levelled off in the past week, new government figures show. An estimated 28,300 people in England had coronavirus during the week of 27 July to 2 August, the latest data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) found....
Schools will reopen at the start of the autumn term but local lockdowns could force some to close, Downing Street said today. In a briefing to journalists, the Prime Minister’s official spokesman said schools would reopen for “all pupils in all year groups”. He said: “You’ve heard from the Prime...
Beauty salons, spas, tattoo parlours and nail bars are welcoming back their first clients for almost four months, as lockdown restrictions ease further in England. But some treatments, such as eyebrow threading, are still banned, leaving many salons unable to reopen. In Scotland, indoor shopping centres are allowed to reopen. In...