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Newslinks for Saturday 11th July 2020

1 month ago   |   By Conservative Home

Coronavirus 1) Face masks “to be made compulsory in shops”
“Face masks will become mandatory in shops and enclosed spaces, Boris Johnson has indicated, as he said it was time for the country to “go back to work”. The Prime Minister, who posed in a face covering for the first time on Friday, said the Government needed to be “stricter” on enforcing guidelines for wearing them indoors. He said: “We increasingly think we have to insist in confined spaces-transport, shops - wear a face covering.” Government sources confirmed that making it mandatory in shops and other enclosed spaces was under...
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Newslinks for Friday 14th August 2020

Newslinks for Friday 14th August 2020

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Newslinks for Thursday 13th August 2020

Newslinks for Thursday 13th August 2020

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