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Scientists predicted at least 30,000 more COVID deaths 'under most optimistic model' for lifting lockdown

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Scientists predicted at least 30,000 more COVID deaths 'under most optimistic model' for lifting lockdownScientists predicted at least another 30,000 coronavirus deaths in the UK by June next year "under the most optimistic" modelled scenarios for lifting lockdown.
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News video: PM: Lifting lockdown will result in more deaths

PM: Lifting lockdown will result in more deaths 02:15

Boris Johnson has told the House of Commons that “lifting lockdown will result in more cases, more hospitalisations and, sadly, more deaths.” Before announcing the government’s roadmap out of the current national lockdown, the prime minister told MPs that there is “no credible route to a zero...

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UK committee: Vaccine rollout 'should continue by age' [Video]

UK committee: Vaccine rollout 'should continue by age'

[NFA] The COVID-19 vaccination rollout in Britain should continue to prioritize people by age rather than occupation, the chair of Britain's vaccine advice committee said on Friday. Lauren Anthony reports.

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Scotland’s Leadership Has 'Failed', Salmond Tells Inquiry [Video]

Scotland’s Leadership Has 'Failed', Salmond Tells Inquiry

Alex Salmond has said there is a failure of leadership in Scotland as he attacked First Minister Nicola Sturgeon. In his opening statement to a Holyrood inquiry into the Scottish Government's unlawful investigation of sexual harassment claims made against him, Scotland's former first minister accused his successor Ms Sturgeon of using a Covid press conference to "effectively question the result of a jury". Mr Salmond is testifying on the botched government investigation which was found to be "tainted by apparent bias" by the court. He was acquitted of 13 charges of sexual assault in a criminal trial, and he successfully challenged the lawfulness of the government investigation. The current Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has insisted there was no conspiracy against Mr Salmond, and she is due to appear before the committee to give evidence next week. Report by Avagninag. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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'Don't wreck this now': Van-Tam's warning as some regions see rise in COVID cases

Rising coronavirus cases in a small number of areas in England has led the deputy chief medical officer to warn: "Don't wreck this now."
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