Anti-Brexit businessman Charlie Mullins has vowed to introduce a "no vaccine, no job" policy, barring those who refuse vaccination for the Chinese coronavirus from his employment.
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A series of new social media ads which aim to shock Britons into staying locked in their homes and avoid interacting with other people claim that buying a cup of coffee could "cost lives".
Reform UK leader Nigel Farage has said that it would be "outrageous" to cancel local and regional elections in May, saying the democratic process cannot be suspended because of the Chinese coronavirus.
HSBC has said it will "reserve the right" to cancel the accounts of customers who refuse to wear masks inside its UK branches.
The home secretary and a senior police officer have revealed that forces across the UK have handed out 45,000 fines for alleged breaches of coronavirus lockdown laws.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock has said there is "no timescale" for lifting coronavirus restrictions, as media reports that tougher measures could be added to lockdown by next week.
An English police force is using licence plate recognition technology to monitor drivers and make sure they are only making "essential" journeys during the third Chinese coronavirus lockdown.
Crack in EU Vaccination Programme: Merkel Accused of Breaking Ranks After Buying Vaccines for Germany
In a move that may be deemed uncharacteristic for the Europhile, Angela Merkel's government unilaterally bought 76 million extra doses of coronavirus vaccines for the German people, rather than waiting for Brussels to secure vaccines for all member-states.
A poll has revealed that a plurality of Britons do not think the police are cracking down hard enough on alleged covid rule-breakers, despite recent high-profile stories appearing to show overzealous officers fining women for taking walks or sitting on benches.
Boris Demands Brits Follow Lockdown Rules Amidst Controversy over PM's Alleged Cycling Trip Miles from Home
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has threatened that if Britons are not following coronavirus rules, "we may have to do more" and impose stricter measures.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is reportedly considering enforcing even more stringent measures during England's third lockdown, including banning Britons from leaving their homes more than once a week.
An NHS doctor has claimed that patients are refusing the American/German Pfizer-BioNTech injection to "wait for the English one" instead.
An English police force fined six people for taking part in a memorial to the 21 Britons killed in the 1974 IRA terror attack in Birmingham.
Former Brexit Party MEP Claire Fox has said that the government's "restrictive, inhumane, and illiberal" lockdown measures need further scrutiny, but warned that debate on the response to coronavirus is being "demonised".
The minister in charge of Britain's police forces has said she supports officers interrogating why Britons are sitting on park benches when they should be in lockdown at home.
NHS doctors have been told to "stand down" routine care for their general practice patients, prioritising instead administering vaccines for the Chinese coronavirus.
Nearly 350 people have been wrongly charged or convicted under British coronavirus laws since they were brought into force in March 2020.
Margaret Ferrier MP has been arrested and charged with "culpable and reckless conduct" after allegedly breaking coronavirus restrictions in September.
Brexit leader Nigel Farage has said that the UK has "set the standard" for nations gaining independence from the European Union, predicting that with the current divides on the continent between east and west and north and south, the bloc will not even exist in ten years.
London's police busted a group of 12 people who were playing dominoes in a restaurant under Tier 4 coronavirus restrictions.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has suggested that more of England could go under the top coronavirus restrictions, Tier 4, in effect forcing the whole country under a third national lockdown.
Brexit leader Nigel Farage celebrated the UK finally leaving the EU's institutions, saying that the historic moment only happened because the people rebelled against the establishment and that now, leavers "own the status quo".
Brexit leader Nigel Farage has hailed the passing of the EU trade deal in parliament as"significant moment in our island story", but says that while the Brexit Wars are over, there are still some battles left to fight, including stopping illegal aliens arriving via the English Channel and getting European supertrawlers out of British waters.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock has again expanded the most strict coronavirus measures across England, with three-quarters of the population to go under Tier 4.
Spain will keep a registry of people who refuse to have a vaccination for the Chinese coronavirus, and will share the data with other European Union member-states.
The chief of the pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca, which developed a coronavirus vaccination with Oxford University, has said they have discovered the "winning formula" to improving efficacy, amidst reports that the vaccine will be approved in the next week.
A group of independent scientists has demanded that the whole of England go into the strictest lockdown level, Tier 4.
The UK and the EU have made public the newtrade deal which was agreed in principle on Christmas Eve, with both parties' parliaments expected to approve the treaty.
Stalking dog walkers, fines for unauthorised car journeys, telling Britons to snitch on their neighbours, and arresting protesters at Britain's sacred space for free speech are just some examples of British policing during 2020, the year of the Chinese virus.
Since October, government scientists have threatened death and further waves of lockdown if citizens tried to enjoy the holy season too much.
Brexit leader Nigel Farage has advised exercising caution after the announcement that Boris Johnson and the EU had made an 11th-hour post-Brexit trade deal, until the details of the agreement are revealed, butsaid that today was nevertheless significant, and a "tribute to the ordinary men and women who stood up against the Westminster establishment — and won".
Health Secretary Matt Hancock has announced that the Tier 4 lockdown will be extended to other parts of the country the day after Christmas. He also revealed that scientists have discovered another new Chinese coronavirus mutation.
Leaders of the British universal healthcare provider the National Health Service have told Prime Minister Boris Johnson to extend the transition period -- delaying the UK's exit from EU institutions -- because leaving in the New Year would push the allegedly coronavirus-hit NHS "over the edge".
One-Quarter of Brits Won't See Relatives at Christmas, 40 Per Cent Worry About Isolated Loved Ones: Poll
More than one-quarter, 27 per cent, of respondents to a poll said they would not be seeing relatives this Christmas, while 41 per cent were worried about loved-ones becoming isolated during the holiday season.
Tier 4 lockdown restrictions could be enforced across the whole of England as a new strain of the Chinese coronavirus spreads across the country, the government's chief scientific adviser has said.
Welsh Assembly leader Mark Drakeford has targetted children's Christmas presents by banning supermarkets from selling toys in his latest extreme lockdown.
Around 30 Brexiteer Conservative MPs could vote against or abstain over Boris Johnson's trade deal with the European Union, if the prime minister agrees to a soft Brexit, or 'Brexit In Name Only'.
TheNational Police Chiefs’ Council has said that it will instruct forces to fine people trying to leave Tier 4 areas of England; however, the Police Federation has said officers have no power to stop travellers to check if they are making "unlawful" Christmas visits.
Home Secretary Priti Patel has said that Britons should inform on their neighbours if they see them breaking coronavirus rules by having "raves" or "house parties".
Downing Street is reportedly considering a third lockdown in England after Christmas, after more countries were added into Tier 3, putting two-thirds of the country under the harshest of coronavirus restrictions.
There were at least 4.4 million fewer scans between April and September, many of which could have been life-saving, after the National Health Service (NHS) was told in March to cancel all non-essential appointments because of the Chinese coronavirus.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has told Europeans they should wear masks when meeting friends and family over the Christmas period, after previously recommending having a picnic in the park on December 25th to stop the spread of the Chinese coronavirus.
French President Emmanuel Macron has tested positive for coronavirus,the Elysée Palace has confirmed.
Estimations of how long it could take to vaccinate the entire United Kingdom against the Chinese coronavirus keep getting longer, after the National Audit Office said that even by the end of 2021, only half of the population would be covered.
A lovesick man who travelled from Scotland to the Isle of Man on a jet ski to see his girlfriend has been convicted of breaking the island's coronavirus laws and sentenced to one month in prison.
Government scientific advisers and other scientists are telling Britons that they should postpone celebrations during the holy period and have a summer party next year, instead.
The UK's counter-terrorism commander has said that Shamima Begum should be treated as a security threat and arrested if the former teen ISIS bride wins her case to return to the UK.
A member of the Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies (Sage) has said that it could take a whole year to vaccinate the UK.
A 27-year-old father of two who "begged" an NHS hospital for an MRI scan during the major lockdown earlier this year has died of cancer. His wife has blamed his death on the delay in diagnosis.
Nigel Farage has criticised the government's open migrant camps housing hundreds of illegal alien men as "dangerous" and a threat to national security, after it was revealed that migrants have been absconding from one facility without a trace.
Britain will ban illegal aliens from making asylum claims if they are intercepted at sea after leaving the safety of the European mainland, the government has claimed.
Brexit leader Nigel Farage has called Wales's left-wing first minister a "maniac" for blaming his own countrymen for the rise in coronavirus numbers, despite the Celtic country having some of the strictest lockdown laws of all of the United Kingdom's home nations.
Kay Burley, a top television news anchor, has been suspended from Sky News for six months after flouting lockdown rules during her 60th birthday party. Reports claim she will continue to receive full pay.
Police have been accused of "intimidating" customers in pubs and arguing with staff over whether meals were substantial enough to allow patrons to buy drinks, as the UK sees a return of draconian lockdown policing.
A former MI6 operative who spied on al-Qaeda has warned that an Islamic State leader is coordinating attacks on Europe, including the United Kingdom, over the Christmas period in revenge for the republishing of Mohammed cartoons.
Elites from the world of business, entertainment, and the media will be able to enjoy bypassing the strict coronavirus two-week quarantine that ordinary passengers have to abide by if they are travelling from 'high risk' coronavirus countries.
The United Kingdom's deputy chief medical officer has suggested that practices like wearing masks and using hand sanitiser could be habits Britons have to keep "for years".
The brother of former Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, Piers Corbyn, has been found guilty at Westminster Crown Court of breaching the government's strict coronavirus lockdown laws by attending an anti-shutdown rally.
Boris Johnson's press secretary said she couldn't rule out the prime minister volunteering to take the new coronavirus vaccine live on television.
A government advisory committee has advised against pregnant women having the new coronavirus jab because there is not enough data on its safety for that demographic.
Britons Can See Their Elderly Relatives in Care Homes... If They Test Negative for Coronavirus First
For the first time since March, Britons may visit their elderly relatives inside care homes -- provided they consent to take a test for Chinese coronavirus and prove negative.
Non-cohabiting couples under Tiers 2 and 3, covering 99 per cent of England's residents, are not allowed to stay over each other's houses after the end of lockdown.
Boris Johnson is facing a rebellion of up to 100 Conservative MPs planning to vote against putting 99 per cent of England under the top two strictest coronavirus measures.
The UK's new vaccine minister Nadim Zahawi has said that while coronavirus vaccinations will not be mandatory, Britons may be barred from going to the cinema or getting on an aeroplane without it if service providers demand proof of inoculation.
Wales's First Minister Mark Drakeford has banned pubs and other hospitality venues from selling alcohol and subjected them to a 6 pm curfew. The Labour politician is also considering travel restrictions in and out of the country.
A senior government minister would not rule out a third lockdown, following government scientists saying that a January 2021 shutdown may be enforced on the nation as payment for having a few days of freedom over Christmas.
A balding migrant who claimed to be 15 but appeared 40 has disappeared from his school, after the Home Office launched an investigation following an uproar from parents and pupils.
Another form of abuse imported from the third world and forced on ethnic minority women has been exposed, after an investigation revealed British medical clinics are conducting "virginity tests" and "virginity repairs".
Abdalraouf Abdallah, who was friends with Salman Abedi and was communicating with him in the months leading up to the Manchester Arena terror attack, is due to be released from prison this week.
More government scientists have sought to frighten Britons over the prospect of getting too close to their loved ones at Christmas, including telling people that kissing their grandparents could deliver "a deadly dose" of coronavirus.
Steve Baker MP has condemned as "authoritarian" the government throwing 99 per cent of England under Tiers 2 and 3 coronavirus restrictions. Brexit leader Nigel Farage predicts "mass rulebreaking" from the British public.
The UK's media watchdog Ofcom has warned the BBC that it is losing its core audience of older viewers, the report coming after the broadcaster has actively sought to attract younger viewers and prioritise diversity.
British police busted a woman and five of her friends for having an illegal coronavirus dinner party at her house.
Labour's chief whip has told Jeremy Corbyn he must"unequivocally, unambiguously and without reservation" apologise for his response to the EHRC's report on Labour antisemitism where he claims that the"scale of the problem" had been "dramatically overstated for political reasons".
The Home Office has told the UK's Supreme Court that Shamima Begum is a "real and current threat to national security", as thejihadi bride fights to return to Britain to challenge the removal of her British citizenship in person.
An Oxford University study has found that vegans are 43 per cent more likely to suffer a bone fracture than meat-eaters.
Britain's Supreme Court will hear the case of Shamima Begum, the 21-year-old who had her British citizenship removed after she travelled to Syria to marry an Islamic State guerilla.
After months of the British government sending signals that it may maintain lockdown or strict social distancing rules over December, effectively cancelling family Christmases, the Cabinet Office has said that Britons may have their festivities"for a small number of days".
Wajid Shah, 27, was jailed for two years after being found guilty of six counts of sending threatening communications to lawmakers, including a death threat to former Prime Minister Theresa May.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock has suggested that if lockdowns are relaxed over Christmas that hugging family and friends could be banned as some social distancing rules will still be in place.
The World Health Organization's regional director for Europe has said that people should skip family dinners for picnics in the park on December 25th, in order to stop the spread of the Chinese coronavirus.
France, Belgium, and the Netherlands are reportedly demanding the EU's executive arm publish the bloc's no-deal planning as the deadline for agreeing on a deal in the European Parliament looms.
British authorities have arrested 72 people after dozens of Albanian illegals were found on a fishing boat off of the English coast.
The British government may "allow" the people to have up to five days of relaxation of the coronavirus restrictions over Christmas -- at the cost of spending most of January under lockdown.
A senior Conservative MP has said that it is possible that once mass vaccination is underway that workplaces and social venues may ban entry to those who do not have a certificate to prove they have been inoculated against COVID-19.
Police forces have installed 'knife arches' at train stations in England and Wales to tackle violent knife crime.
National Health Service patients in England waiting more than one year for non-coronavirus treatment is at its highest since 2008, with an NHS report admitting it was likely a result of the UK's response to the pandemic.
Nigel Farage has criticised Labour and the Conservatives for competing with each other to lock down the country during the pandemic, with there being effectively no opposition in power to counter draconian social distancing measures.
A British police force took to social media to shame a man for visiting his friend's house for a cup of tea and fined him £200 for breaching lockdown.
The head of the UK's oldest conservative think tank has condemned government orders for supermarkets to barricade aisles containing 'non-essential' items during England's lockdown, saying Boris Johnson's administration should "leave it to the public to decide what they want and need to buy".
Reform UK leader Nigel Farage has criticised the Conservative government for failing to prioritise agreeing on a trade deal with the United States, warning that with the threat of a possible Joe Biden presidency, the UK has "played ourselves into checkmate", stuck between an emboldened Brussels and a Democrat who "hates" Britain.
The number of people having suicidal thoughts has tripled under lockdown, as Reform UK party leader Nigel Farage warned that lockdowns meant to stop the spread of coronavirus were proving to be detrimental to other aspects of Britons' health.
U.S. news outlets claimed that the British tradition of setting off fireworks in early November to mark Guy Fawkes Night was, in fact, in celebration of Joe Biden, who the media have crowned the next president of the United States of America.
Police can fine people in England £200 for leaving their house without a "reasonable excuse" after the country went into a second lockdown on Thursday.
University of Manchester students ripped down "prison-like" metal barriers erected around their dormitories to enforce social distancing, as England went into full lockdown on Thursday.
Another story has revealed the human cost of lockdown as video footage revealed the moment a great-great-grandmother with dementia living in a care home was told she couldn't hug her daughter.
French President Emmanuel Macron has said there are "breeding grounds for terrorists in France", in his latest remarks regarding Islamist ideology following two terror attacks in his nation.
Humberside Police arrested a 73-year-old retired nurse who was trying to take her 97-year-old mother out of a care home after being unable to see her for nine months because of coronavirus.
The British government has confirmed thatthe nation's terror threat has been increased from 'substantial' to 'severe', following a string of violent Islamist incidents in France and the Islamist terror attack in Vienna, Austria, on Monday.
Austrian authorities have confirmed that the gunman fatally shot dead after committing a terror attack in Vienna was an Islamic State sympathiser, with local media naming him asKujtim F.