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· No-go nations: what the latest UK government restrictions mean →
Outbound travellers are warned against going to Andorra, the Bahamas and Belgium, while anyone who is currently in any of these countries faces two weeks of self-isolation when they return to the UK.
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· As Jobs Report Looms, Trump and Congress Remain Split Over Stimulus Plan →
As senators left Washington without a deal on an economic rescue package, economists warned of new signs of a lagging recovery
· Global stocks rise, yields slip as investors await stimulus →
The British pound rose to a five-month high against the dollar after the Bank of England left interest rates at 0.1 per cent and warned about possible risks from taking rates below zero.
· Coronavirus live news: Africa passes 1 million cases; checkpoints outside New York City →
The World Health Organization has warned against “vaccine nationalism,” saying that richer countries that develop treatments cannot expect to remain safe if poor nations remained exposed.
· The Saudi crown prince, Interpol and an alleged assassination plot →
That complaint alleges that Aljabri had met that July with John Brennan, then head of the CIA, to warn him that MBS “was encouraging Russian intervention in Syria.” Two months later, Russia sent troops and, according to the lawsuit, Aljabri was sacked in reprisal for talking to Brennan.
· Schools to be able to appeal students’ GCSE and A-level results after outcry →
The guidance – published a week before A-level results day – comes after a former private school head warned that not allowing appeals against unfair exam results risks “imposing a life sentence” on some pupils.
· Southern Mexico state bans junk food sales to children →
Mexico’s soft drink bottlers association and other business groups also warned of economic damage in Oaxaca, which is an impoverished state with a large Indigenous population.
· REA Group suffers profit drop, flags Melbourne lockdown hit →
REA Group has warned new social distancing restrictions in Melbourne could have a significant impact on real estate listings as the company revealed the financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic on the business.
· Hybrid BMW can now auto-swap to battery power in London and Birmingham →
Nota also warned that a ban on hybrids could hit UK manufacturing jobs, pointing out that about a quarter of the engines produced at BMW’s plant at Hams Hall, Warwickshire, are destined for hybrids.
· Daily horoscope for August 7: YOUR star sign reading, astrology and zodiac forecast →
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