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UK: Peace Of Mind For Commercial Landlords Who Are Considering Commencing Legal Proceedings Against Tenants For Non-payment Of Rent Throughout Covid-19 - PDT Solicitors

Part one: recent decisions of the high court bring some peace of mind to commercial landlords who are considering commencing legal proceedings against tenants for non-payment of rent throughout the covid-19 pandemic.
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Queen describes UK health secretary as 'poor man'

The monarch made the remarks at her first in-person weekly meeting with the PM since lockdown began.
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Queen describes Matt Hancock as 'poor man' at meeting with PM

The monarch made the remarks at her first in-person weekly meeting with the PM since lockdown began.
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Covid: Push to close gap in vaccine uptake

More people from ethnic minority backgrounds in England have been booking jabs, a senior doctor says.
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PMQs: Fact-checking the debate over low rape prosecution levels

The level of rape prosecutions dominated early exchanges at Prime Minister's Questions.
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Rob Roberts: Ministers will not hold vote to expel suspended MP

UK ministers have no plans to hold a vote on removing Rob Roberts, BBC Wales has been told.
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Covid vaccine: 'Your vaccine is an evergreen offer'

Dr Nikki Kanani has encouraged everyone to come forward for their vaccine.
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Covid-19: Jab uptake rising in ethnic minority groups and travel industry protests

Five things you need to know about the coronavirus pandemic this Wednesday evening.
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The top Delta variant symptoms reported in the UK are a runny nose and headache - because most people affected are very young or partially vaccinated

Oxford Street in central London on June 7, 2021. Niklas Halle'n/AFP via Getty Images The Delta variant has taken over in the UK where the most common symptom reported is now a headache. Most people who are getting COVID-19 in the UK are quite young, and not fully vaccinated. Health experts are worried Delta could hit less vaccinated areas of the US very hard. See more stories on Insider's business page. The Delta variant first identified in India has taken over in the UK, where it&...
Tags: UK, Science, London, News, Cdc, White House, India, US, Trends, Public Health, Delta, Who, World Health Organization, Oxford Street, Afp, Mike Ryan

Vaccines minister: 'Vaccine hesitancy has halved amongst black and black British people'

Vaccines minister Nadhim Zahawi says the UK's vaccination programme has passed another key milestone, with more than 60% of the adult population now fully vaccinated.
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Covid live: Delta variant likely to represent 90% of infections in EU by September, says disease agency

European centre for disease control warns it is vital for people to get fully vaccinated as the summer holiday season beginsAll UK arrivals in EU should be quarantined, says Angela Merkel WHO voices concerns over Sputnik V Covid vaccine plantAustralia plans to shelve AstraZeneca vaccine by October 5.17pm BST Switzerland will scrap most of its remaining coronavirus restrictions this weekend, the government has confirmed, including for entry into the country, but non-Schengen arrivals will nee...
Tags: UK, France, Angela Merkel, Eu, World news, Thailand, Switzerland, European Commission, Astrazeneca, Vaccines and immunisation, Olympic Games, Afp, Ursula von der Leyen, Tokyo Olympic Games 2020, Coronavirus, Sputnik V Covid

Dark Sky Observatory destroyed in suspicious fire

An investigation is under way to establish the cause of the blaze at the site in southern Scotland.
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Meet the millennial dubbed the leader of 'hipster antitrust' who got appointed to police Big Tech largely off just one scholarly paper inspired by a trip to the grocery store

Lina Khan speaks during an April Senate meeting. SAUL LOEB/POOL/AFP via Getty Images FTC chair Lina Khan is a graduate of Yale Law School and the author of "Amazon's Antitrust Paradox." Her paper and other government work have cemented her as a vocal critic of Big Tech. Khan helped the House investigate Google, Amazon, Apple, and Facebook over online competition. See more stories on Insider's business page. Lina Khan has been one of Big Tech's biggest critics - and she just too...
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All UK arrivals in EU should be quarantined, says Angela Merkel

German leader’s comments come as disease control agency says Delta variant will account for 90% of EU cases by end of AugustCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageAngela Merkel has said travellers from the UK should be quarantined wherever they arrive in the EU, as the union’s that the Delta variant of Covid will account for 90% of cases in member states by the end of August.Ahead of Thursday’s summit with fellow EU leaders, the German chancellor said she wanted better coor...
Tags: UK, Germany, Angela Merkel, Eu, European Union, UK News, World news, Delta, Merkel, Coronavirus

UK: Batteries – A Roadblock For Electric Vehicles? - J A Kemp LLP

It is clear that we are in the middle of an electric vehicle revolution. Despite making only around half a million cars a year, the well-known electric car manufacturer Tesla became the world's most valuable car...
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Russia says it fired warning shots on British warship but UK denies the claim

Russia says one of its warplanes dropped bombs and a patrol boat fired warning shots to turn back a British destroyer it claims entered into its territorial waters in the Black Sea on Wednesday.
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Travel industry protests against Covid restrictions

Airline and travel firms want more help from the government amid tight rules on international travel.
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Covid gender gap widens as cases surge in Scotland

One expert suggests younger men meeting up to watch the Euro 2020 football tournament is behind the increase.
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Brexit: Views from Boston, Britain's most Eurosceptic town

Five years after the EU referendum, people in Britain's "Leave" capital give their views on Brexit.
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UK: Ending Soon – The Consultation On Audit And Corporate Governance Reform - Shakespeare Martineau

The Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy ("BEIS") published its consultation paper ‘Restoring trust in audit and corporate governance' in March 2021.
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Pigeon fanciers lobby for change to Brexit rules on cross-Channel races

Pigeon races would be hampered by 21-day rule and need for health certificate, government toldFive years on from the Brexit vote, there is one group whose right to smooth travel to EU countries from the UK has been overlooked, according to a shadow minister: pigeons.New post-Brexit conditions stopping cross-Channel pigeon races unless the birds have the necessary paperwork must be overturned, the government has been told. Continue reading...
Tags: Europe, UK, Environment, Eu, UK News, Birds, Brexit

Boris Johnson dismisses rape concerns as jabber, says Labour

No 10 insists Boris Johnson was accusing Labour of talking rather than taking action, at PMQs.
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Gary Allen: Killer jailed for murdering two women 21 years apart

Gary Allen, who killed Samantha Class in 1997 and Alena Grlakova in 2018, must serve at least 37 years.
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Covid: EasyJet cancels flights over Manchester-Scotland travel ban

EasyJet says it will not go ahead with new routes connecting Manchester to Edinburgh and Aberdeen.
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UK government Covid surveys included questions on union

The SNP says it is a "scandal" that questions about the union were asked as part of publicly-funded surveys.
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Covid live: Merkel says all EU states should quarantine UK arrivals; 10% of new French cases are Delta variant

German chancellor says other member states should adopt German restrictions on travellers from UK; Delta variant cases rise in France Australia plans to shelve AstraZeneca vaccine by OctoberMorgan Stanley to bar unvaccinated staff from New York officesNew Zealand reintroduces restrictions in WellingtonTokyo Olympics organisers ban alcohol sales after public outcry 3.15pm BST Poland has announced that from midnight, the country will introduce a mandatory 10-day quarantine for travellers from ...
Tags: UK, Eu, World news, Thailand, Delta, Poland, Merkel, Astrazeneca, Vaccines and immunisation, Olympic Games, Schengen Area, European Union Continue, France Australia, Tokyo Olympic Games 2020, Andrea Ammon, Coronavirus

Stonehenge tunnel: Minister acted 'unlawfully'

Grant Shapps is accused of ignoring his own experts when approving a tunnel near Stonehenge.
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Exams altered next year after pandemic disruption

Gavin Williamson says A-levels and GCSEs in 2022 in England likely to be modified for lost lessons.
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Stonehenge tunnel approval 'unlawfully inadequate'

Grant Shapps has been accused of ignoring his own experts when approving a tunnel near Stonehenge.
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UK denies Russia fired warning shots at Royal Navy ship off Crimea

MoD contradicts Moscow’s assertion that shots were fired at destroyer and bombs dropped nearbyThe UK has rejected claims from Russia that warning shots were fired at the British warship HMS Defender in the Black Sea on Wednesday morning, as it sailed off the coast of the disputed territory of Crimea.Britain’s Ministry of Defence said “no warning shots have been fired” at the destroyer, contradicting a statement made by its Russian equivalent which said that shots had been fired and a warplane dr...
Tags: Europe, Politics, UK, Russia, UK News, World news, Military, Foreign Policy, Defence policy, Ministry Of Defence, Crimea, Royal Navy, Moscow, Black Sea, Crimea Britain

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