NO DEAL IS ON THE CARDS WITH EU
PRIME Minister Boris Johnson has said he is willing to accept a no-deal outcome to deadlocked talks with the EU.
He is expected to say that there is no sense continuing with negotiations if an agreement cannot be reached by his imposed deadline of October 15.
This comes after months of deadlock about the terms of the future relationship between the Britain and the EU sides after the Brexit transition period ends this December.
The EU has accused the UK of trying to tear up the existing Brexit deal and in the process threaten peace in Northern Ireland.
C-19 CASES ROCKET; 2nd WAVE IS HERE
THE rise in C-19 cases shows ministers have “lost control of the virus” says Professor Gabriel Scally, a former NHS regional director of public health.
His comment came after the UK recorded 2,988 new positive coronavirus tests in the 24 hours up to 9am on Sunday, the highest daily total since 22 May, and more than double the 1,175 announced on Saturday.
The figures prompted fears that cases could rise further as more people return to work and universities.
Public Health England said the results showed a broad increase across the whole of England.
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