January 16, 2021
Great Yorkshire Radio

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The proprietors of The Daily Telegraph have begun exploring plans for a £3bn-plus flotation of Very Group, their booming online retail operation.

Scientific advisers to the government have set out measures to reduce the transmission of coronavirus within homes, which they say can help cut the number of infections by up to 15% in just three weeks.

Bobi Wine, whose real name is Robert Kyagulanyi, has a large house about an hour outside Uganda's capital, Kampala.

All travel corridors will close from Monday, meaning everyone arriving in the UK will have to self-isolate.

Pfizer has confirmed it is planning to temporarily slow deliveries of its coronavirus vaccine to Europe while it focuses on upscaling its manufacturing facilities.

Andy Hickinbottom is a man on a mission.

Dillian Whyte's rematch with Alexander Povetkin is part of an exciting new boxing schedule, with Josh Warrington, Conor Benn, Chantelle Cameron and even more big fights.

Global deaths linked to coronavirus have passed two million - just over a year since it was first identified in China.

St Mirren and Kilmarnock have succeeded in having their Covid-19 forfeits overturned after a successful appeal.

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