The return of pre-departure Covid tests for travellers to the UK will come into force on Tuesday.

Too late to stop a maybe...time to panic!

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A UK study of more than 600,000 people found reactions to the jabs were "mild and short-lived".

This is intentionally misleading. No one cares about what side effects are most common, but the ones that are likely to cause life changing symptoms or death.

Why don't the BBC mention the prevalence of these, if they are so confident?

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Millions of doses will be available for export in the coming months, the White House says.

How charitable...now 60m people can take their chance at contracting a rare blood clot.

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The Metropolitan Police says eight officers were injured during Saturday's protest in London.

Stop lying BBC. You didn't cover any of the protest, and forget that there is plenty of footage from livestreamers. This was clearly a case of poor policing, sending in officers to aggressively enact unjust orders was asking for an angry reaction. That those officers were unprepared for an angry reaction is not the fault of the crowds that they were aggressive towards.

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This is the first jab to surpass the 75 per cent efficacy goal set by World Health, with scientists and experts more hopeful than ever that the deadly disease can one day be brought under control

100% of recipients suffered fatal side effects, but at least 77% were free of malaria.

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The owner of the MailOnline site alleges the search engine has hidden links to its coverage on certain topics.

They didn't complain when they were benefiting from this artificial boost in their prominence, only when this was retracted.

They don't mind the anti-competitive practice, only that it wasn't in their favour.

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The UK is still in a "vulnerable situation", one of the country's vaccine advisers says.

"Give me control over a nation's pandemic response, and I care not who makes its laws"

B. Gates

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The PM says carbon emissions must fall by almost 80% by 2035 - 15 years earlier than previously planned.

What we really need is to import an entire population of future consumers and polluters, it's not as though there isn't limitless space and resource in the islands of the UK.

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Human rights specialists urge government to reject race commission’s controversial findings

"the UN working group of experts on people of African descent"????

ie. A collection of African Supremacist race grifters

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Large events are going ahead this weekend as part of trials to reopen the economy, but some are receiving hate for participating.

If the protesters were BLM, would the BBC call them "extreme anti-white activists"?

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