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COVID-19: MPs vote to extend emergency coronavirus powers for another six months

MPs have voted to extend the government's emergency COVID legislation for another six months.
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16 days ago|London, United Kingdom

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COVID-19: MPs vote to extend emergency coronavirus powers for another six months

16 days ago|Los Angeles, United States
BBC News
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MPs agree to extend Covid powers until September

The health secretary said 'essential' government powers need to stay but other measures have been scrapped.

16 days ago|United Kingdom
The Guardian
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British MPs vote to extend emergency powers for six months – video

The motion to extend lockdown restrictions enforced under the Public Health Act goes through on the nod.

16 days ago|London, United Kingdom
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MPs to vote on extending Covid laws until October amid Tory anger

Boris Johnson will press on with bid to renew coronavirus powers for another six months despite plan to end restrictions in June

17 days ago|London, United Kingdom
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Extreme lockdown laws extended for six months despite major Tory revolt

Coronavirus Act in place until October with Labour backing - despite growing Conservative anger

16 days ago|London, United Kingdom
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Lockdown powers extended: Emergency Covid laws to remain in place for another six months

EMERGENCY lockdown powers have been extended until at least the end of October - with minsters refusing to rule out keeping the "draconian" powers throughout winter.

16 days ago|United Kingdom
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UK MPs vote to extend emergency Covid laws until September

An expected rebellion within the ruling Conservative Party ranks saw 36 Tory backbenchers vote against the government legislation in opposition of the continuing curbs on freedoms and 21 Labour MPs as well as the Liberal Democrats also voted against the extension.

16 days ago|New Delhi, India
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COVID-19 impact: UK extends emergency coronavirus powers by 6 months

London: British lawmakers agreed Thursday to prolong coronavirus emergency measures for six months, allowing the Conservative government to keep its unprecedented powers to restrict UK citizens' everyday lives.The House of Commons voted to extend the powers until September, and approved the government's road map for gradually easing Britain's strict coronavirus lockdown over the next three months.Prime Minister Boris Johnson's large Conservative…

16 days ago|Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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UK extends emergency coronavirus powers by 6 months

LONDON (AP) — British lawmakers agreed Thursday to prolong coronavirus emergency measures for six months, allowing the Conservative government to keep its unprecedented powers to restrict U.K....

16 days ago|United States
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COVID-19: MPs vote to extend emergency coronavirus powers for another six months

MPs have voted to extend the government's emergency COVID legislation for another six months.

16 days ago|United Kingdom
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