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The Guardian reports the vaccine trial “breakthrough” is a preliminary finding. Elsewhere, the paper reports England’s chief nurse Ruth May as saying she was “dropped” from a No 10 news conference after refusing to back Mr Johnson’s adviser Dominic Cummings, following his trip to Barnard Castle during lockdown.
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The Guardian splashes on pregnant women now being allowed a coronavirus jab. The paper also pays tribute to actress Helen McCrory who died of cancer.

The government’s own equalities watchdog has warned that so-called COVID passports could be discriminatory and therefore illegal – so says The Guardian.

And the revelation also makes the front of The Guardian. Downing Street and Cabinet Office sources, it says, are “deeply concerned” at the revelation. 

The Guardian reports on the Greensill Capital inquiry ordered by Boris Johnson, saying it will have the power to recommend changes to lobbying rules.

Young black people have been hit disproportionately hard by the pandemic, The Guardian reports.Between October and December last year, 41.6% of black people between 16 and 24 were unemployed, according to its analysis of ONS...

The Guardian says the Royal Family are in mourning as condolences and tributes came in from across the world following the Duke’s death. Flags were lowered to half-mast, and the tenor bell at Westminster Abbey...

The White House has voiced strong concern over a week of riots in Northern Ireland, with President Joe Biden joining the British and Irish prime ministers in a call for calm, according to The Guardian.Read...

Boris Johnson has urged people to keep coming forward for the Oxford-AstraZeneca jab despite a study into the vaccine’s use on children being paused over blood clot concerns in adults, The Guardian reports.It points out...

Boris Johnson has urged people to keep coming forward for the Oxford-AstraZeneca jab despite a study into the vaccine’s use on children being paused over blood clot concerns in adults, The Guardian reports.It points out...

The Guardian says a new scheme in England, offering everyone two rapid COVID-19 tests each week from Friday, is billed as a way of tracking outbreaks of potentially vaccine-resistant variants of the virus.

Patients could be waiting up to two years for vital operations by the time of the next election because of a “truly frightening” backlog of care caused by the pandemic, The Guardian reports.

Doreen Lawrence, the mother of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence, has called a government race report a “green light” for racists, The Guardian reports.

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