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Coronavirus: Weir defends Poots over Covid-19 ‘reservations’ – BBC News

The education minister says those “people have a right to express their opinions”.

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Public discussion is needed over NI’s coronavirus restrictions, the education minister has said.
Peter Weir told BBC NI’s Sunday Politics that “people have a right to express their opinions”.
Later on Friday the five main parties at Stormont urged the public to get behind them.
There was also confusion over whether fans would be allowed to attend sporting fixtures.
The current regulations do not prohibit them, but Communities Minister Carál Ní Chuilín has said she would prefer games to be pl…

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AIG to separate its life insurance arm – Financial Times

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Eurozone and US markets tumble as traders take fright over Covid surge – Telegraph.co.uk

German stocks hit hardest amid fears that restrictions will be reintroduced

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Jordan Rochester, FX strategist at Nomura, said: Now we are at an inflection point where we are starting to have a pick up of cases again and hospitalisation cases perking up as well.
“Lockdowns are coming in. The question is will politicians act in the same way with massive fiscal expansion, and its questionable.
That is going to be the big drag on growth in

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The key thing we all do at London Underground stations that’s now banned – My London

A whole new chapter in escalator etiquette

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London isn’t exactly a city designed with social distancing in mind.
The narrow streets, small shops and the huge population mean that maintaining even one-metre apart from others is almost impossible at times.
This is just as difficult in our massive London Underground system.
That’s why Transport for London (TfL) has had to introduce various new rules to keep public transport Covid safe.
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