1. UK to deploy 24-hour coronavirus vaccination centres as 1,564 COVID-19 deaths sets new daily record  ABC News
  2. UK government to ban flights from Brazil amid new Covid variant, PM hints  The Guardian
  3. Covid-19: Lockdown measures 'starting to show signs of some effect' - PM  BBC News
  4. So Boris Johnson was cycling seven miles from Downing Street? It's not far enough  The Guardian
  5. While Boris Johnson smirks and equivocates, another 1,500 deaths are announced  The Independent
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The new measures are part of an ambitious target to vaccinate 14 million people by mid-February, coming as the United Kingdom sets yet another grim milestone for COVID-19 deaths.The new measures are part of an ambitious target to vaccinate 14 million people by mid-February, coming as the United Kingdom sets yet another grim milestone for COVID-19 deaths.

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But Boris Johnson does not rule out tougher restrictions in England, saying they are kept under review.But Boris Johnson does not rule out tougher restrictions in England, saying they are kept under review.

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'Given events, Prime Minister, do you regret saying in 2018 that Donald Trump was worthy of a Nobel Peace Prize?''Given events, Prime Minister, do you regret saying in 2018 that Donald Trump was worthy of a Nobel Peace Prize?'

Grilled and skewered, Boris Johnson feels the heat of the Liaison Committee

The prime minister said nationwide lockdown measures could be tightened if people failed to adhere to restrictions.The prime minister said nationwide lockdown measures could be tightened if people failed to adhere to restrictions.

Chris Whitty, England’s chief medical officer, says U.K. still faces ‘worst weeks’ of pandemic - The Washington Post

Grilled by the Commons Liaison Committee, the prime minister failed to answer one question on the health crisisGrilled by the Commons Liaison Committee, the prime minister failed to answer one question on the health crisis

While Boris Johnson smirks and equivocates, another 1,500 deaths are announced | The Independent

Sky News host Chris Smith says Boris Johnson has "loaded up" on China, with the British Prime Minister calling on Beijing to stop the centuries-old practice of using animal parts in medicine. China had recently hit back at Mr Johnson, after the prime minister suggested that coronavirus could have spread from bats or people grinding up the scales of pangolins. Prime Minister Johnson was speculating about the origins of COVID-19 in a recent speech to an environmental summit on Monday. China subsequently accused Mr Johnson of "groundless conjecture". Sky News host Chris Smith says Boris Johnson has "loaded up" on China, with the British Prime Minister calling on Beijing to stop the centuries-old practice of using animal parts in medicine. China had recently hit back at Mr Johnson, after the prime minister suggested that coronavirus could have spread from bats or people grinding up the scales of pangolins. Prime Minister Johnson was speculating about the origins of COVID-19 in a recent speech to an environmental summit on Monday. China subsequently accused Mr Johnson of "groundless conjecture".

The prime minister’s comments come amid heightened tensions with Beijing over its Hong Kong crackdown, forced labour in Xinjiang and the UK’s Huawei ban.The prime minister’s comments come amid heightened tensions with Beijing over its Hong Kong crackdown, forced labour in Xinjiang and the UK’s Huawei ban.

Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Wednesday the government was looking at ways to stop a variant of the novel coronavirus found in Brazil from entering Britain.Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Wednesday the government was looking at ways to stop a variant of the novel coronavirus found in Brazil from entering Britain.

UK looking at ways to protect itself against Brazilian COVID-19 variant, says PM Johnson | Reuters

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Boris Johnson's bike ride highlights lockdown law confusionPolice, politicians and the press struggle to understand rules – so no wonder the public does too

The real story about Boris Johnson’s bike ride? It highlights confusion over lockdown rules | road.cc

The British Prime Minister has said the new national lockdown for England, and similar measures across the UK, are starting to bring down Covid-19 cases as the government eyes new 24/7 vaccination centres.The British Prime Minister has said the new national lockdown for England, and similar measures across the UK, are starting to bring down Covid-19 cases as the government eyes new 24/7 vaccination centres.

PM says UK going to 24/7 Covid vaccinations as soon as possible and claims lockdown ‘starting to have an effect’ — RT UK News

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has vowed that Britain's coronavirus vaccine program will operate around the clock “as soon as we can” and that the U.K. is accelerating efforts to inoculate millions of its most vulnerable peoplePrime Minister Boris Johnson has vowed that Britain's coronavirus vaccine program will operate around the clock “as soon as we can” and that the U.K. is accelerating efforts to inoculate millions of its most vulnerable people

The Brazilian variant is known to have travelled as far as Japan but Prime Minister Boris Johnson insisted on Wednesday current border controls are tough enough to protect the UK from itThe Brazilian variant is known to have travelled as far as Japan but Prime Minister Boris Johnson insisted on Wednesday current border controls are tough enough to protect the UK from it

New Covid variant found in Brazil as UK vows to 'take steps' to keep it out - Daily Star

Boris Johnson said NHS staff were being placed under colossal strain by the pandemic.Boris Johnson said NHS staff were being placed under colossal strain by the pandemic.

Intensive care ‘risks being overwhelmed’ as UK tops 100,000 Covid-related deaths | East Lothian Courier

The latest coronavirus news and figures as the UK death toll passes 100,000The latest coronavirus news and figures as the UK death toll passes 100,000

Coronavirus round-up: Hospital death toll passes 600 in Devon and Cornwall - Plymouth Live

Question Time gets serious as leaders clash over whether lockdown is working Question Time gets serious as leaders clash over whether lockdown is working 

PMQs sketch: Chaff fills the skies as Keir Starmer’s missiles chase Boris Johnson’s tail | Evening Standard

PEOPLE could soon be offered an overnight coroanvirus jab.PEOPLE could soon be offered an overnight coroanvirus jab.

Reader poll: Would you accept late-night Covid vaccine appointment? | York Press

The outrage surrounding the free school meals scandal has lead to Boris Johnson calling the food packages that have been distributed to families across the country a “disgrace.”The outrage surrounding the free school meals scandal has lead to Boris Johnson calling the food packages that have been distributed to families across the country a “disgrace.”

Keir Starmer lists government’s own food guidance after being mocked by Boris Johnson | indy100

The new Covid variant was detected in Japan in travellers arriving from Brazil. Experts discovered it shares a mutation with the UK and South African variants.The new Covid variant was detected in Japan in travellers arriving from Brazil. Experts discovered it shares a mutation with the UK and South African variants.

Covid: What do we know about the Brazil variant and what steps are the government taking against it? | ITV News

The UK prime minister is grilled by a super-committee of MPs on Wednesday afternoon.The UK prime minister is grilled by a super-committee of MPs on Wednesday afternoon.

The MPs putting Boris Johnson through his paces – POLITICO

The Prime Minister said the government will offer the vaccination centres 'as soon as possible' The Prime Minister said the government will offer the vaccination centres 'as soon as possible'

Boris Johnson confirms plan for 24/7 vaccination centres - Liverpool Echo

Boris Johnson has claimed that Marcus Rashford was a better leader at holding the government to account than Sir Keir Starmer, in a fiery Prime Minister's Questions (PMQs) session which saw the prime minister rebuked for mistruths.

Boris Johnson insisted schools could provide parents directly with food vouchers so they can do their own shoppingBoris Johnson insisted schools could provide parents directly with food vouchers so they can do their own shopping

Eight announcements as Boris Johnson is quizzed by MPs, including new vaccination figures - Birmingham Live

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British PM Boris Johnson pledges vaccine programme will run 24-7 'as soon as we can' | 1 NEWS | TVNZ

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Boris Johnson told the Liaison Committee plans to get children back into classrooms will depend on the success of the mass vaccination programme Boris Johnson told the Liaison Committee plans to get children back into classrooms will depend on the success of the mass vaccination programme

Vaccine-resistant Covid-19 strains could force schools to remain closed after February half-term - Hull Live

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There have been many reports of breaches, but will tougher rules help? There have been many reports of breaches, but will tougher rules help?

Boris Johnson warns of tougher lockdown - do we need one? - CoventryLive

Keir Starmer has called for a tougher lockdown, and five other things we learned at this week's Prime Minister's QuestionsKeir Starmer has called for a tougher lockdown, and five other things we learned at this week's Prime Minister's Questions

What we learned from the first PMQs of the year

Keir Starmer dropped a bombshell at PMQs by claiming "disgraceful" school meal packs were actually based on the government's own guidance. Here's how they compare - down to the last appleKeir Starmer dropped a bombshell at PMQs by claiming "disgraceful" school meal packs were actually based on the government's own guidance. Here's how they compare - down to the last apple

What government guidance says should be in school food packs - and what mum got - Mirror Online

The government was looking at ways to stop a variant of the novel coronavirus found in Brazil.The government was looking at ways to stop a variant of the novel coronavirus found in Brazil.

Brazilian Covid variant: UK looking at ways to protect itself against virus - News | Khaleej Times

The Prime Minister also addressed several other key issues after being quizzed by MPsThe Prime Minister also addressed several other key issues after being quizzed by MPs

School returns, the Brazil variant and ICU pressure: Nine things Boris Johnson revealed today - Teesside Live

"We’ll be going to 24/7 as soon as we can""We’ll be going to 24/7 as soon as we can"

UK will give vaccine 24/7 'as soon as we can' says Prime Minister - Surrey Live

Plans to get children back into classrooms will depend on the success of the mass vaccination programme says the Prime Minister

Boris Johnson says schools could be forced to stay shut by vaccine-resistant coronavirus | in your area

Britain's coronavirus vaccine programme will operate around the clock in an effort to protect millions of its most vulnerable people against coronavirus.Britain's coronavirus vaccine programme will operate around the clock in an effort to protect millions of its most vulnerable people against coronavirus.

Boris Johnson told the Liaison Committee plans to get children back into classrooms will depend on the success of the mass vaccination programme Boris Johnson told the Liaison Committee plans to get children back into classrooms will depend on the success of the mass vaccination programme

Vaccine-resistant coronavirus could force schools to remain shut after February half-term, PM warns - Wales Online

Boris Johnson said NHS staff were being placed under colossal strain by the pandemic.Boris Johnson said NHS staff were being placed under colossal strain by the pandemic.

UK discloses record number of deaths as NHS risks being 'overwhelmed'

The prime minister has warned there is a 'very substantial' risk of intensive care units becoming overwhelmed and that the 'strain is colossal' on NHS staff. Boris Johnson pointed out...The prime minister told MPs the 'strain is colossal' on NHS workers.

'Very substantial risk' NHS will run out of ICU beds, Boris warns | Metro News

Boris Johnson was slapped down for accusing Sir Keir Starmer of being a hypocrite as the pair clashed in the Commons over Covid-19 and free school meals. Speaker Sir Lindsay Hoyle intervened andBoris Johnson was slapped down for accusing Sir Keir Starmer of being a hypocrite as the pair clashed in the Commons over Covid-19 and free school meals. Speaker Sir Lindsay Hoyle intervened and

Johnson forced to withdraw hypocrisy jibe aimed at Starmer during heated PMQs - AOL

While the vaccination program will provide relief, an overrun health service will only slow down the process, prolong lockdown restrictions and endanger more lives.While the vaccination program will provide relief, an overrun health service will only slow down the process, prolong lockdown restrictions and endanger more lives.

UK PM Boris Johnson has a cure, but also a crisis – ThePrint

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