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News in Review Wednesday 16th June 2021

The G7 Summit in Cornwall dominated headlines over the weekend, with leaders of the ‘Group of Seven’ (UK, US, Canada, Germany, France, Italy and Japan) meeting to discuss global worldwide issues, including vaccination programmes, economic recovery and climate change.

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News in Review Wednesday 9th June 2021

Ahead of the G7 Summit in Carbis Bay, Cornwall, later this week, where leaders from some of the world’s most influential countries are meeting to discuss major global issues, several Finance Ministers met in London at the weekend to discuss a whole host of global economic issues, including reforms to the global tax system to […]

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News in Review Wednesday 2nd June 2021

The latest quarterly Service Sector Survey conducted by the Confederation of British Industry (CBI), has provided further evidence of growing confidence within the UK economy.

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News in Review Wednesday 26th May 2021

Good news came over the weekend as a significant vaccination milestone was surpassed. Tipping over the marker, after over 700,000 jabs were administered on Saturday alone, the UK has now delivered over 60 million vaccinations, first and second doses combined.

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News in Review Wednesday 19th May 2021

Despite concerns growing over the spread of the Indian variant, as clusters of the B.1.617.2 continue to be discovered across the UK, at a Downing Street briefing last Friday, Boris Johnson confirmed the planned phase three easements would proceed on 17 May.

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News in Review Wednesday 12th May 2021

On Monday, the Prime Minister confirmed that the next stage of easing measures will go ahead as intended on 17 May. People in England will be able to resume numerous activities, including hugging loved ones, meeting indoors, dining inside restaurants and visiting indoor entertainment venues such as cinemas and museums.

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News in Review Wednesday 5th May 2021

During the May Bank Holiday weekend, a momentous milestone was achieved as the UK surpassed 50 million vaccine doses administered: 34,588,600 first vaccine doses and 15,500,949 second doses.

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News in Review Wednesday 28th April 2021

US President Joe Biden has pledged to cut his country’s emissions by 50-52% compared to 2005 levels, by the year 2030. The President unveiled the new target during his opening remarks at a two-day virtual Climate Summit, which started last Thursday to coincide with Earth Day.

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News in Review Wednesday 21st April 2021

A sobering milestone of three million global COVID deaths was surpassed last week, just a day after the Director General of the World Health Organisation (WHO), Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, warned the world was “approaching the highest rate of infection” so far. The US, India and Brazil have recorded the highest number of cases so […]

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News in Review Wednesday 14th April 2021

As the country embarked on its latest easing of lockdown measures, the Prime Minister urged “everyone to continue to behave responsibly.” In a statement released ahead of the reopening of non-essential shops and pub gardens, Mr Johnson described the rule relaxations as “a major step forward in our roadmap to freedom” and added, “I’m sure […]

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