The public face of the British government's Cop26 UN climate change conference has said she won't get an electric car yet because they take too long to charge, so she'll stick to her old diesel car, instead.
Another government minister has made the latest of claims that domestic vaccination passports will not be needed to go to the pub; however, in the past nine months, the Johnson administration has u-turned on the position several times already.
Author Peter Hitchens has predicted that Britain could still be debating coronavirus restrictions in a year, after the UK has been under some form of lockdown or restrictions since March 2020.
Reform UK leader Richard Tice has criticised as "blackmail and coercion" the government proposal of vaccine passports.
Ethical vegans may be exempt from being forced by their employers to be vaccinated because their lifestyle beliefs are protected by law, a legal firm has claimed.
The number of Conservative MPs reportedly preparing to vote against the government over vaccine passports has risen to at least 50, but will not be enough to disrupt Boris Johnson's plans without support from the major Opposition party, Labour.
A Labour peer who described herself as a "liberal" says that young people "need a little bit of coercion" in the form of forced vaccinations to attend university.
Brexit leader Nigel Farage's show on GB News beat Sky News every night it aired in the first week of broadcast.
Fewer than half of young people in the UK are wearing masks since 'Freedom Day', with the demographic having the sharpest decline in mask use out of all age groups.
Lockdown sceptic Conservative MP Steve Baker has warned that threatening to ban unvaccinated young people from university and other recent Big Government proposals was a "slippery slope" to tyranny.
Tory lockdown sceptics are threatening to boycott October's Conservative Party Conference if vaccination passports become a legal requirement for entry under government guidelines.
Brexit leader Nigel Farage has said that since 'Freedom Day' on Monday, England appears to be locking down rather than opening up, as hundreds of thousands of Britons are advised to quarantine after being pinged by the NHS coronavirus app.
Steve Baker MP has warned the government not to consider shutting down the UK again in the Autumn after the government confirmed it would be reviewing its Covid-19 response in September.
Vaccine Minister Nadhim Zahawi confirmed that the government will pursue vaccine passports as a condition of entry to nightclubs and is exploring an annual booster strategy against the Chinese coronavirus.
Two members of the House of Lords in their eighties have been banned from parliament's bars, restaurants, and the library for refusing to undertake reeducation on sexual harassment and bullying.
More than half, 52 per cent, of young Britons have downloaded and then either deleted the NHS's COVID-19 app or have switched it off or avoided checking in.
A leading member of a group of anti-lockdown Tory MPs has warned that the UK is "effectively moving to compulsory vaccination", after Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that a vaccine passport will be the condition of entry for large venues like nightclubs.
Former Labour prime minister Tony Blair has again called for the unvaccinated to be treated differently to the vaccinated, this time saying those who have had the shot should have a quicker process of exiting quarantine to mitigate against a "pingdemic".
Police have said that graffiti sprayed on a mural of Marcus Rashford after the England football player missed a penalty in the Euro 2020 finals against Italy is "not believed to be of a racial nature", contradicting BBC reporting.
The prime minister and his chief medical officer gave rather mixed messages within hours of each other over whether the UK is likely to face another wave of coronavirus.
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