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School Kids to get Tested

Families across England with school-going children will be eligible for two rapid coronavirus tests a week when students return to classrooms, according to UK health authorities. The new measures apply to anyone in a household or support bubble with a child or

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Train Fares Rise above Inflation

Millions of train passengers in England and Wales will be hit by higher fares from Monday onwards as fares are expected to rise above inflation for the first time in eight years. Ticket prices will increase by around 2.6 per cent, leading

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Pandemic Transformed Social Behaviour

The pandemic has affected tourists’ attitudes and behaviours in unforeseen ways, often subconsciously, said a new study. The study, published in the journal Annals of Tourism Research, indicated that post-pandemic tourism could curb our motivation for new adventures. “We found that a

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Mental Health Issues Severe with Lockdown

Mental health issues have grown drastically amid the coronavirus lockdown in Britain, local media reported on Saturday. “What we perceive as straightforward symptoms, even something like a sore throat, even those calls are coming through with mental health issues,” Ruth Lander, a

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Epic Games’ case against Apple in UK rejected

The UK Competition Appeal Tribunal has dismissed Fortnite creator Epic Games’s bid to take Apple to court in the UK over competition law. Fortnite was removed from Apple and Google’s app stores worldwide after it broke rules about in-app purchases. Claiming that

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