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Hot Off The Wires - 2nd February 2021


  • British fishermen have been told that they face a permanent ban on selling oysters, mussels and scallops to the Continent because they no longer comply with European food safety rules.

  • Boris Johnson has ordered ministers to ramp up preparations for reopening schools after being told the UK is now past the peak of the current wave of coronavirus.

  • Google and Ford have signed a deal under which the Android operating system will be installed in most of the US carmaker’s vehicles in the latest sign of technology companies’ interest in the automotive sector.

  • Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic has set a date for a test flight this month in southern New Mexico, sending its shares up 17% in New York yesterday.

  • Insurance firms have been accused of “dragging their heels” over Covid-19 payouts, despite a Supreme Court judgment that is expected to pave the way for payments to tens of thousands of companies.



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