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Key information from September 3 coronavirus briefing
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Vallance and Whitty arrive ahead of Downing Street briefing
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Ministers arrive for cabinet ahead of Brexit talks
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Julian Assange petition taken to Downing Street
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UK will get first access to Oxford vaccine, No 10 says
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Students protest outside the Department for Education
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International Cat Day: Larry poses for photo shoot in Downing Street
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Boris Johnson on Covid lockdown measures in northern England
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NHS workers march on Downing Street to demand pay rise
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Downing Street concedes that only 'outlines' of Brexit trade deal may be possible this yearLittle progress has been made in talks with clock ticking down to no-deal
Attorney general claims tweet supporting Dominic Cummings was 'not a legal view'Suella Braverman appeared to back Downing Street statment claiming adviser had 'behaved reasonably and legally'
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Mark Sedwill: Cabinet secretary and top civil servant to step down in SeptemberThe most senior civil servant in Boris Johnson's government, Sir Mark Sedwill, is to stand down as cabinet secretary and national security adviser in September, Downing Street has announced.
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Chief nurse dropped from Downing Street coronavirus briefing 'after refusing to back Dominic Cummings'Exclusive: Ruth May stopped from appearing shortly before press conference was due to take place
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No 10 urges public to follow two-metre social distancing rules as crowds flock to beaches and parksRestrictions could be reimposed at local level if new cases emerge, warns Downing Street
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Boris Johnson accused of launching broken test-and-trace system before it was ready to distract from Dominic Cummings scandalDurham Police contradicted Downing Street's claim Mr Cummings had not broken lockdown rules
Teacher who saw Cummings in woods 'feels vindicated'A former teacher who spotted Cummings in County Durham says Downing Street initially rejected his account.
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