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Doctors call for shorter gap between Pfizer Covid vaccine doses in UK

British Medical Council warns current 12-week wait could reduce effectiveness of the jab

The gap between the first and second dose of the Pfizer/BioNTech coronavirus vaccine must be reduced to ensure the vaccine is effective, senior doctors have warned.

Currently patients wait about three months to get their second dose. Prof Chris Whitty, the chief medical officer for England, said this was a “public health decision” to get the first jab to more people across the country.

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Sat, 23 Jan 2021 11:23:23 GMT
Cheshire cheesemaker says business left with £250,000 'Brexit hole'

Simon Spurrell says his firm lost 20% of sales and will switch £1m investment to France

A commercial cheesemaker in Cheshire has been left with a £250,000 Brexit hole in his business as a direct result of the UK’s departure from the EU on 1 January.

Simon Spurrell said he has lost 20% of his sales overnight after discovering he needed to provide a £180 health certificate on retail orders to consumers in the EU, including those buying personal gift packs of his award-winning wax-wrapped cheese worth £25 or £30.

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Sat, 23 Jan 2021 08:28:21 GMT
Trump impeachment trial set to begin the week of 8 February, Schumer says

The House will transmit the article against the former president on Monday, giving his legal team time to prepare their case

Opening arguments in the Senate impeachment trial of Donald Trump are set to begin the week of 8 February, with the former president facing charges of inciting an insurrection at the US Capitol.

The Senate majority leader, Chuck Schumer, announced the schedule late Friday after reaching an agreement with Republicans.

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Sat, 23 Jan 2021 00:16:42 GMT
Thousands of Alexei Navalny supporters join protests across Russia

Police reportedly make 167 arrests as people gather in the east ahead of rallies in Moscow and St Petersburg

Thousands of supporters of Alexei Navalny have begun to protest in cities across Russia to call for the opposition leader’s release from jail.

Demonstrators gathered in cities and towns in Siberia and the far east with rallies in Moscow and St Petersburg expected to begin at 2pm local time (1100 GMT).

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Sat, 23 Jan 2021 10:21:12 GMT
Melania Trump's photo snub prompts speculation over post-White House path

Former first lady walks off after touching down at Palm Beach airport this week, leaving husband to relish the spotlight alone

One last time, the internet has run wild over viral video of first lady Melania Trump apparently spurning the conventions of her role, triggering speculation about the state of her marriage to the now former president.

Related: House will send article of impeachment against Trump to Senate on Monday – live

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Fri, 22 Jan 2021 17:40:05 GMT
Italy blocks TikTok for certain users after death of girl allegedly playing 'choking' game

Probe launched after girl’s sister reportedly told parents she had been ‘playing the blackout game’ before her death

Italian prosecutors have opened an investigation into the accidental death of a 10-year-old girl who allegedly took part in a “blackout challenge” on the video-sharing network TikTok.

The probe came as Italy announced it had temporarily blocked access to TikTok for users whose age could not be proved definitively.

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Sat, 23 Jan 2021 01:47:26 GMT
Cladding scandal: flat owners fear bills of up to £45,000 for safety failings

Thousands of UK homeowners are facing huge bills as their properties fail inspections

Homeowners are receiving new bills for fire safety measures, three-and-a-half years after the Grenfell Tower tragedy.

Leaseholders in flats around the country are learning that their buildings have failed inspections and that they face huge bills to put things right. Many have seen hundreds of pounds added to their monthly service charges to cover short-term safety measures, or been told that work to make their buildings safe could cost them tens of thousands of pounds.

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Sat, 23 Jan 2021 07:00:09 GMT
Rolling Stone seeks 'thought leaders' willing to pay $2,000 to write for them

Emails from ‘best-known entertainment media outlet’ invite ‘Culture Council’ to pay for chance to publish on website

Rolling Stone magazine is offering “thought leaders” the chance to write for its website if they are willing to pay $2,000 to “shape the future of culture”.

The storied magazine, which has published journalism by writers including Hunter S Thompson, Patti Smith and Tom Wolfe, approached would-be members of its new “Culture Council” by email, telling them that they had the chance to join “an invitation-only community for innovators, influencers and tastemakers”.

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Sat, 23 Jan 2021 07:00:10 GMT
Jair Bolsonaro could face charges in The Hague over Amazon rainforest

Indigenous leaders and human rights groups accuse Brazilian president of crimes against humanity

Jair Bolsonaro could face charges in the international criminal court (ICC) after being accused of crimes against humanity.

Indigenous leaders in Brazil and human rights groups are urging the court to investigate the Brazilian president over his dismantling of environmental policies and violations of indigenous rights, which they say amount to ecocide.

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Sat, 23 Jan 2021 12:03:53 GMT
Buyers of brand-new homes face £20,000 bill to make them greener

Critics say the costs could have been avoided if ministers had agreed to bring in low-carbon standards sooner

Householders buying brand new homes in the next four years are likely to find an unpleasant surprise awaiting them in the future: homes built today will have to be retrofitted with energy efficiency measures and low-carbon technology, at an average cost of more than £20,000.

The extra costs will amount to more than £20bn for the whole of the UK, if the government’s targets of building 300,000 new homes a year are met. Critics say the costs could have been avoided if ministers had agreed to bring in low-carbon standards sooner.

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Sat, 23 Jan 2021 08:00:11 GMT

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