Tailgating driver hit speeds of over mph on A

A46 near Kenilworth (Image: Google Maps). Round-up of cases at Coventry Magistrates’ Court. A driver who pushed his car past speeds of 100mph on the A46 has been banned from driving – for 28 days. Intim Petre was behind the wheel of his Audi A4 when he was seen tailgatingContinue Reading

Of Passengers On Flight Carrying Brazil Variant Havent Been Traced Officials Admit

Public Health England pleads for travellers on flight LX318 from Sao Paulo to Heathrow, via Zurich, to get in touch. Surge testing at The Mall in Cribbs Causeway, one of two sites in South Gloucestershire, after two cases of the Brazilian variant of coronavirus were identified in the area. OfficialsContinue Reading

Scotland lockdown roadmap Tiers used for easing and everything we know so far

Spain will consider a “green corridor” for vaccinated British tourists if there is no EU agreement on vaccination passports, the country’s tourism minister has said, as the European commission prepared to table a proposal for leaders this month. Fernando Valdes said his government would seek to find agreement on aContinue Reading

Stormont minister defends building border infrastructure

A Stormont minister has defended the building of border infrastructure at Northern Ireland’s ports. Nichola Mallon said the Northern Ireland Protocol needed to be implemented. She is minister in charge of infrastructure in the region. She told the Stormont Assembly: “This is a legal requirement on the members of theContinue Reading

Foreign summer holidays at risk after arrival of Brazilian variant sparks criticism of government plans

Boris Johnson is battling to save his plans for Britons to enjoy foreign summer holidays, after the arrival of a Brazilian strain of Covid-19. Labour politicians criticised reckless promises to tourists, as a leading scientist accused the prime minister of “complacency” and another said people should be “worried” about the new P1 variant.Continue Reading

Myanmar coup: Thousands protest military takeover in Myanmar’s biggest city

About 2,000 protesters rallied against the military takeover in Myanmar’s biggest city on Sunday and demanded the release of Aung San Suu Kyi, whose elected government was toppled by the army that also imposed an internet blackout. Protest crowds have grown bigger and bolder since Monday’s coup. Labour union and student activists and members of…Continue Reading

Leipzig to host Liverpool in Hungary due to Covid-19 travel curbs

Liverpool’s Champions League last-16 away tie against RB Leipzig will be staged in Budapest as coronavirus restrictions bar the English champions travelling to Germany, UEFA announced on Sunday. The February 16 first leg “will now take place at Puskas Arena in Budapest,” European football’s governing body confirmed.UEFA’s statement thanked the two clubs “for their close…Continue Reading