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UK-Chinese people ‘may be scarred for more than a generation’ after virus abuse [Video]

UK-Chinese people ‘may be scarred for more than a generation’ after virus abuse

British-Chinese people who have experienced racist abuse during the coronavirus pandemic fear they will be scarred for more than a generation, an expert has warned.Business psychologist and author..

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Joy for The Crown as it leads the way in Emmy nominations [Video]

Joy for The Crown as it leads the way in Emmy nominations

The Crown stars Olivia Colman, Emma Corrin and Josh O’Connor all scored Emmy Award nominations for their farewell season on Netflix’s lavishly produced regal drama.Bridgerton’s Rege-Jean Page was..

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UK PM Boris Johnson urges Britons to learn to live with the virus| Covid-19| Oneindia News [Video]

UK PM Boris Johnson urges Britons to learn to live with the virus| Covid-19| Oneindia News

As British Prime Minister Boris Johnson unveils a plan to lift coronavirus restrictions from July 19, he urged the population to learn to live with the virus. Johnson had initially aimed for a full..

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German Chancellor hints at possible return to European holidays for double-jabbed Britons [Video]

German Chancellor hints at possible return to European holidays for double-jabbed Britons

German Chancellor Angela Merkel has said double-jabbed Britons should be able to have a holiday in Europe without quarantine in the “foreseeable future”, following her opposition over the Delta..

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Covid-19 booster jabs could begin for 32m Britons [Video]

Covid-19 booster jabs could begin for 32m Britons

A Covid-19 vaccination booster programme could begin for 32 million Britons as soon as September, officials have said.The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation has set out guidance designed..

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Government working on plans for quarantine-free travel – Hancock [Video]

Government working on plans for quarantine-free travel – Hancock

The Government is “working on” plans for quarantine-free travel for fully vaccinated Britons but international travel remains a “difficult” area, Matt Hancock has said.The Health Secretary..

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Double-vaccinated holidaymakers returning from Portugal face quarantine [Video]

Double-vaccinated holidaymakers returning from Portugal face quarantine

Britons returning home from Portugal now face 10 days of quarantine as the country moves on to the amber list for travel, much to the frustration of those returning hours after the deadline.

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Matt Hancock: Tough rules needed on international travel [Video]

Matt Hancock: Tough rules needed on international travel

The Health Secretary said “tough” rules were needed on international travel in order to protect the progress made by the vaccine programme.Matt Hancock, asked by reporters on Friday whether Britons..

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