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15/07/2020 04:48:15 AM
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Call to discipline MP who took part in panel featuring Katie Hopkins
No compulsory face coverings in shops, Gove says
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Special visas for foreign care workers to ease staffing crisis fears
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Boris Johnson plans to bring NHS back under more political control
PM looking at ‘stricter’ rules for face coverings in shops
PM faces cross-party backlash over Chris Grayling appointment
Jenrick to face on-camera grilling over £1bn property plan
Failure to reveal numbers isolating through test and trace attacked
MPs unite to save Politics Live from BBC axe
Johnson moves to ban junk food deals to fight obesity
Rishi Sunak is most popular chancellor since Gordon Brown
Barnier tells Tory moaning at EU ‘demands’: ‘You voted for them’
Johnson rejects place on EU’s vaccine scheme
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BBC Politics
15/07/2020 04:47:55 AM
Face coverings to be compulsory in England's shops The new rules will apply from 24 July and those failing to comply will face a fine of up to 100.
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Unison boss stepping down after 20 years in role Dave Prentis will step down as general secretary of the UK's biggest union at the end of the year.
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