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Coronavirus: Evening update as PM rules out Cummings inquiry

Coronavirus: Evening update as PM


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Here are five things you have to think about the coronavirus episode this Wednesday evening. We’ll have another update for you on Thursday morning.

  1. PM precludes Cummings request.
Boris Johnson/ Dominic Cummings

Showing up before MPs, Boris Johnson said he’s not sure an investigation into the direct of his senior counselor Dominic Cummings “is an awesome utilization of legitimate time”. There have been requires a proper audit after the associate ventured out from London to County Durham during lockdown. However, Mr Johnson asked individuals to “proceed onward”.

  1. Test and follow framework to begin on Thursday
Boris Johnson appears on a video call to answer MPs questions

A framework to discover the individuals who come into close contact with those tainted with coronavirus will begin in England on Thursday. The point is to move from lockdown for all towards more focused on measures. Most recent government figures show the quantity of individuals to kick the bucket with coronavirus in the UK rose by 412 to 37,460 on Wednesday.

  1. 8.4 million specialists are being secured by the UK leave of absence conspire

New figures show 8.4 million laborers are selected on the administration’s activity maintenance leave of absence conspire – which permits representatives to get 80% of their month to month pay up to £2,500. Cases for sponsorships recorded by managers have ascended to £15bn.

  1. Chief League clubs to continue contact preparing

Top-flight footballers in England will continue contact preparing in the following period of the Premier League’s “Task Restart”. Players can “train as a gathering and participate in handling while at the same time limiting pointless close contact,” an announcement said.

  1. The Crown stars to perform live in void theater
Claire Foy and Matt Smith

It’s a brief look at how the performing expressions may see the bright lights switch on again. Claire Foy and Matt Smith are to repeat jobs they embraced a year ago in Duncan Macmillan’s play Lungs for a few live – and socially-separated – exhibitions at London’s Old Vic theater one month from now. The shows will be spilled on the web.