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Coronavirus live news: France to administer J&J vaccine as planned while Sweden pauses rollout

France will use Johnson & Johnson’s vaccine despite its suspension in US while Sweden said it would await the findings the EMAUK study on mixing Covid vaccines between jabs to be expandedA tsunami of cases’: desperation as Covid second wave batters IndiaAustralia should make vaccine rollout ‘top priority’, Anthony Fauci saysA gold nose pin, eggs,...

The Fiver | Replacing Poch with tactics to make George Graham look like Ossie Ardiles

Sign up now! Sign up now! Sign up now? Sign up now!When Daniel Levy took over at Tottenham Hotspur in 2001, it felt like the club were in a state of suspended animation. One of the grandest institutions in the country, all they’d won in the previous nine years was a solitary League Cup. Things had to change. And just look at them now! Two glory-strewn...

Denmark strips Syrian refugees of residency permits and says it is safe to go home

Government denies renewal of temporary residency status from about 189 SyriansDenmark has become the first European country to revoke the residency permits of Syrian refugees, insisting that some parts of the war-torn country are safe to return to.At least 189 Syrians have had applications for renewal of temporary residency status denied since last...

Charities report bumper day of sales as locked-down shops reopen

British Heart Foundation records takings of £1m in England and Wales, while Salvation Army says business doubled on MondayCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageThe British Heart Foundation and Salvation Army rang up their busiest day of sales ever on Monday as their charity shops opened for the first time in nearly four months...

Arlene Foster tells court she was humiliated by tweet alleging affair

DUP leader is suing TV doctor Christian Jessen over claim of relationship with protection officerArlene Foster, the first minister of Northern Ireland, has told a court she was humiliated by unfounded allegations of an affair with a protection officer.The Democratic Unionist party leader is suing the TV doctor Christian Jessen for tweeting what was...

Commons to vote on declaration of genocide in Xinjiang province

Organisers seek backing of two-thirds of MPs for all-party motion citing China’s treatment of UyghursThe House of Commons is to be given a chance to vote to declare that a genocide is under way in Xinjiang province in China, in a move likely to damage Sino-British relations.The organisers hope that at least two-thirds of MPs will vote on 22 April to...

Robyn: how her banana-eating stage antics redefined my concept of punk

In our latest fan celebration, Katie Hawthorne recalls how a thrilling gig in a muddy field – and a fruit snack – encouraged her teenage self to follow her own eclectic musical tastesRead more from our series: The fandom that made meThe sun was setting when I heard it: the sound of a party in the distance. It was 2011 and I was working at Bestival as...

France, Germany and UK raise concern over Iran’s nuclear plans

Three European countries say there is no ‘credible civilian need’ for enriching uranium to 60%France, Germany and the UK have warned that Iran took a dangerous step towards the production of a nuclear weapon by enriching uranium to levels for which there is no “credible civilian need”.Tehran, which claims its nuclear ambitions are limited to creating...

Greensill inquiry is attempt to deflect blame from ministers – Whitehall union

FDA says David Cameron and government seem to want to point finger at the late Jeremy HeywoodAn inquiry into lobbying launched by Boris Johnson is an attempt to deflect attention from the role of ministers in the Greensill scandal, the head of the senior civil servants’ union has said.Dave Penman, the general secretary of the FDA, told the Guardian...

Denmark revokes Syrian refugee permits under new policy

Government strips temporary residency status from about 189 Syrians, insisting parts of war-torn country now safeDenmark has become the first European nation to revoke the residency permits of Syrian refugees, insisting that some parts of the war-torn country are safe to return to.At least 189 Syrians have had applications for renewal of temporary residency...

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