November 24, 2020

UK News

The toughest COVID-19 restrictions imposed before England's second lockdown were not strong enough, the health secretary has told MPs.

From the middle of next month, passengers arriving in England from high-risk countries will have to self-isolate for only five days if they have a negative COVID-19 test.

A military dog who charged through enemy gunfire to save the lives of British soldiers as they fought off al Qaeda insurgents has been awarded the animal equivalent of the Victoria Cross.

Aston Villa and England footballer Jack Grealish has pleaded guilty to two charges of careless driving.

Nicola Sturgeon has expressed hope that a UK-wide approach to relaxing COVID-19 restrictions at Christmas will be agreed at a COBRA meeting later.

Michael Gove will chair a COBRA meeting with devolved administrations later as discussions continue about Christmas rules, according to government sources.

Michael Gove will chair a COBRA meeting with devolved administrations later as discussions continue about Christmas rules, according to government sources.

Michael Gove will chair a COBRA meeting with devolved administrations later as discussions continue about Christmas rules, according to government sources.

There were 2,466 coronavirus deaths in the week up to 13 November in England and Wales.

There were 2,466 coronavirus deaths in the week up to 13 November in England and Wales, according to government figures.

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