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Prime Minister Boris Johnson was instructed to examine the feasibility of rule 2-meter distance from the point of view of security. the Reason for the review was the numerous criticism of the measure as seriously constraining the country's economic recovery. It is expected that the final decision on this issue will be formed by July 4, a time when it needs to open restaurants and pubs in the country. According to the former Conservative party leader Ian Duncan Smith, proof of the feasibility of a 2-meter distance is already there, and Johnson must make a political decision on this issue. Now the Prime Minister should make the decision for the good of the economy. If you want to review, it needs to be quick – said Smith.

The Government will not impose a full customs inspection of goods from EU countries from 1 January 2021, and will use a phased approach that will extend until 1 July 2021. This is stated in the message on the website of the government. Originally London had intended to check all goods from EU countries since the end of the transitional period on 31 December 2020. The reason for declared on 12 June easing has become pandemic coronavirus, which the country's GDP, according to preliminary estimates, only in April decreased by 20%. Inspections at borders to imports from the EU, will be introduced at the end of the transition period in stages, to give businesses affected by the coronavirus, more time for preparation, – stated in the message. 1 January 2021...

Prime Minister Boris Johnson said he opposes again monuments of historical personalities, including former Prime Minister Winston Churchill. Johnson drew the attention of the British that the monuments remind us of the story about her errors including. the Demolition of their means to lie about our history to deprive future generations of knowledge about it, wrote Johnson on his page in Facebook. it is Known that in the past week, demonstrators have applied the words "was a racist" on a monument to Winston Churchill in London. the Prime Minister noted that despite the unacceptable statements of Churchill, he still contributed to the victory over fascism during the Second World war. currently the monument is closed by a protective screen.

London officially informed Brussels (Belgium) that it would not renew the transitional period ends on 31 December 2020. This was announced by the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster Michael Gove. 1 January 2021 we'll be in control and re-gain our political and economic independence, wrote Gove on Twitter. I just chaired a constructive EU Joint Committee meeting with @MarosSefcovic I formally confirmed the UK will not extend the transition period & the moment for extension has now passed. On 1 January 2021 we will take back control and regain our political & economic independence pic.twitter.com/nZjNpez8LI — Michael Gove (@michaelgove) June 12, 2020 the UK left the European Union on 31 January 2020, after 3 years of negotiations on the conditions of...

In Poole (Dorset) in the near future are going to dismantle the monument to the founder of the scout movement Robert Baden-Powell. In the personal diary of Baden-Powell found the recordings from 1939, in which he wrote: to Lie all day. Read "Mein Kampf", a Wonderful book with good ideas on education, health, propaganda and organization. the Founder of the scout movement, liked the political views of the führer of the Third Reich of Adolf Hitler, therefore, it was decided to demolish the monument. The sculpture will be placed on the preservation of the police. Despite the fact that we were famous for the creation of the scout movement, we also recognize that there are some aspects of the life of Robert Baden-Powell, which are considered less worthy of...

The Introduction of a basic income can save the country's economy which is in crisis due to pandemic coronavirus. To such conclusion analytical center RSA Future Work Center. RSA invites the government to begin to continually give people money just so that each received payments of £2 500 per year. Over time, this figure could rise to £5 000. Experts called moderately effective and are sure that she will be able to support workers struggling sectors such as retail trade, and ensure rapid recovery after the crisis. the Government sent £27 billion to keep the 11.5 million jobs. Experts fear negative consequences for the labour market, if support measures will cease to operate, and a basic income will be introduced. According to forecasts, the economy could...

The real estate Market has recovered after the outbreak of coronavirus infection due to increased demand. Experts talked about the sales growth of 137%. last week, has sold more homes than in the same period in 2019, and consumer demand was 54% higher than it was before the market was "frozen" on March 27. Richard Donnell, research Director of property portal Zoopla, said that sales increased by 137% since the opening of the market on may 13. the Recovery in housing demand is due not only to a return of pent-up demand. Coronavirus led to the housing market a whole new group of potential buyers. Activity increased, but the higher the value of the home, the more increase the offer and sale, as people tend to trade up. New sales in London are lagging behind...

Single people and parents from the 13th of June will be free to meet with another family, also the Church will be open for individual prayer, announced Wednesday, Prime Minister Boris Johnson. Now, still too many people, especially those who live alone, who feel lonely and suffering... From Saturday lonely adults in England, including single parents with children under 18 years of age, will be able to form a "mutual support group" with one other family, Johnson said. Johnson stressed that the speech can go only about one other family, and no change is impossible, but to see her without restrictions on the street and at home. unfortunately, this is not true for the most vulnerable from a medical point of view, people – said the Prime Minister. Johnson added...

Chief negotiator of the EU Brexit Michel Barnier said that London is refusing to seriously engage with the EU in four main areas in the framework of Brexit. After four rounds I have to admit that the British negotiators refused to seriously engage with us in four areas – said Barnier. Barnier noted that the EU considers the main directions for the formation of future partnerships with the UK. Among them, issues related to economy and trade, competition, fisheries, cooperation in the legal field. Brussels and London have made significant progress in negotiations on the terms of a future partnership on the last round of negotiations, which ended in June, said earlier Barnier. the British negotiator for Brexit David frost, in turn, said that during the last...

Liverpool Crown Court sentenced the resident of Knowsley (in Merseyside County) to 3 years in prison for the arson of a cell phone tower mobile operator Vodafone. the 47-year-old Michael whitty, 5 April 2020, committed arson towers 4G base stations, confusing it with the tower base station 5G. This step he decided to go after penetrated completely insane conspiracy theory that networks of the fifth generation are the cause of the spread of the new coronavirus infection worldwide. Arrived at the scene of the fire firefighters found flammable substances, as well as a pair of partially burnt gloves. Police examination found evidence of DNA witty. Police arrested uitti April 17, putting forward allegations of deliberate arson. Analysis of information contained...

Parliamentarians observed a minute of silence in memory of the African-American George Floyd, who was killed in the US by American cops. on Tuesday Morning, four committees of the house of Commons during its meetings held a minute of silence. the Parliament is no place for racism: we believe that black lives matter. Our parliamentary community to support our black friends and colleagues, both here and abroad, – stated in the message of the Parliament in the Twitter of the Parliament. on 4 June in the American city of Minneapolis was held a farewell ceremony for the George Floyd. on 25 may, the police of Minneapolis detained the African American George Floyd. During the arrest, a police officer stood with his knee on the man's neck. Floyd shouted that...

Been submitted To Parliament for approval the bill on new powers of the police to identify and combat anti-state activities, June 8, reported the press service of the Home Office. After the adoption of the law the police can detain, to interrogate, to search persons to determine whether they are spies. Press-service informs that the new powers were introduced under the Law on counter-terrorism and border security 2019, in response to the poisoning on March 4, 2018, five people in Salisbury (Wiltshire) with the use of chemical warfare agents. the government Also believes that two suspects accused of using chemical warfare agents in Salisbury are officers of the Russian military intelligence and that the attack is almost certain (Highly likely) been approved...

In Parliament have stated that they intend to re-open restaurants and bars on June 22. the Government also plans to introduce changes to the law on Sunday trading, which limits the opening hours of large shops on Sundays. The parliamentarians stated that this will be done in order to "stimulate the economy". However, shadow foreign Minister Lisa Nandy said it was not convinced that easing laws on trade on Sundays "will help to return the economy to normal". Shadow business Minister Lucy Powell, also said that the government should not amend the law on Sunday trading. This is wrong, because in large supermarkets, the rise of trade, while that small shops suffered most from this crisis. It is also harmful for the staff. We owe much to the employees of...

Oil company BP announced the dismissal of 10 000 of its employees. Mass reduction associated with the effects of coronavirus and a plan to transition to renewable energy. the Oil giant will cut 15% of jobs from the current 70 to 100, most workers will leave the company by the end of 2020. According to representatives BP, this mainly will apply to those employees in leadership positions. the Dismissal also is part of the strategy CEO Bernard Looney. He believes that BP should be "more flexible" as it prepares to transition to low-carbon energy. In April, the company announced the reduction of costs by 25% in 2020. BP is among the six largest oil and gas corporations in the world.

Talks on possible supplies 5G of equipment from Japanese and South Korean companies and products instead of Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei held the country's authorities. the Negotiations of officials with representatives of the Japanese company NEC and South Korea's Samsung are part of a plan to diversify the supply of equipment for 5G-networks in Britain. After the introduction in may of 2019 vs Huawei us sanctions prohibiting US companies to deal with the Chinese telecommunications giant, the state Department urged other countries to refuse the services of Huawei and expanding national networks 5G. In January 2020 London has announced that it will allow Huawei to build 5G networks, but only in the secondary segments, and with a share not...