Blair backs vaccine for teachers before over-50s as it'd be 'done in two days'

The ex-Labour leader backed Keir Starmer's policy despite criticism from Tory Liz Truss - who suggested it'd harm vulnerable people more likely to die
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Manchester United could save millions on Jadon Sancho transfer
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Prince Philip ‘protected the Queen’ and once ‘kept her laughing for 20 minutes’
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Daunte Wright mother’s honours slain son: ‘My heart is broken in a thousand pieces. I miss him so much, and it’s only been a day’
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Queen Elizabeth to have Royals rally with her after Prince Philip’s death - ‘All step up'
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Pentagon confirms pictures of UFOs over warships are real and were taken by Navy
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Man United have been given a new Jadon Sancho transfer strategy
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Twitter advertises jobs in Ghana as it prepares to open first Africa office
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War fears explode as RAF jets prepare to fly to Romania amid Russia threat
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California's ArcLight and Pacific Theaters to close for good
Hollywood’s theatrical business may be slowly rebounding but for some exhibitors the last year has been catastrophic
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Piers Morgan labels Sheryl Underwood a 'shameless fraud' in latest outburst
Piers Morgan tweeted twice on Monday to disagree with Sheryl Underwood as the fallout from his Meghan Markle comments continues
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AP Photos: Things starting to stir at Tokyo Olympic venues
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Queen Elizabeth to 'rely heavily' on close aide following Philip's death, says friend
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What is really behind the riots in Northern Ireland? – podcast
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Covid cases surge by a third in just one week on day lockdown eases across UK
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Sailor who shot, killed himself at Hawaii resort identified
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Covid warning: Pandemic ‘growing exponentially’ with more than 4.4 million cases per week
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Postcards from a royal globe-trotter: A look back at Prince Philip's life in pictures 
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Prince Harry writing style in Philip tribute shows 'commitment to Britain' despite US move
PRINCE Harry's "commitment to Britain" is shown in his tribute to "legend of banter" Prince Philip, it has been suggested.
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Black reporter LOCKED OUT of Twitter for criticizing BLM says company has gone 'too far'
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PAUL THOMAS on... the changing of the guard
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Adults wish they were taught life skills instead of academic subjects at school, study shows 
Most UK adults wish they been taught practical life skills such as how to change a tyre, write a CV or plaster over holes and cracks.
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Japan to start releasing Fukushima water to sea in 2 years
Japan’s government has decided to start releasing radioactive water from the wrecked Fukushima nuclear plant into the sea in two years after it is treated
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Bafta bosses are too woke to nominate Call The Midwife for an award says star Judy Parfitt
The period show has never been shortlisted for Best Drama at the awards show despite attracting huge audiences for nearly a decade.
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Holyrood elections: Alex Salmond comes under fire for 'anti-English' Robert the Bruce election video
The former First Minister's Alba Party broadcast a strange 100-second clip in which an actor playing Robert the Bruce vows the rival to Nicola Sturgeon's SNP will break 'the spine of English superiority'.
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How to tackle heel pain and get back on your feet: DR MARTIN SCURR addresses your health issues 
DR MARTIN SCURR: Investigations, including ultrasound imaging, have confirmed that your wife has thickening of the Achilles tendon, which suggests there is some inflammation there.
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What does the Greensill scandal mean for the future of lobbying?
David Cameron’s antics may have removed some of the obstacles to long-awaited reform, writes Sean O’Grady
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Khloe Kardashian goes over the top for True's birthday with hundreds of balloons
True Kardashian celebrated her third birthday on Monday with hundreds of pastel coloured balloons, Disney princesses and a bouncy castle
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Pay freeze for Church of England clergy as leaders feel the squeeze following pandemic shutdown
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Royals to 'rally around Queen and ensure she doesn't walk alone after mourning'
The Queen and the rest of the family are observing two weeks of Royal Mourning where they will only carry out engagements if appropriate
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The thought-provoking responses were shared in a now-viral Reddit thread.
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Why I made a film about my struggle to have a baby
Young filmmaker Charlotte Carroll went to hospital writhing in agony, convinced she had a hernia. But as she waited on the trolley, she received surprising news.
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'Let's raise a glass to the reopening of pubs in England' - Voice of the Mirror
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Daunte Wright shooting: Officer mistakenly drew gun instead of Taser, says police chief
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Late president's book outlines vision for Japan's Nintendo
Nintendo's late president Satoru Iwata oversaw the video-game maker's global growth, helping make Super Mario and Pokemon household names
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Nationalists at war as Alex Salmond launches new attack on Nicola Sturgeon
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Russian feminist faces six years in jail after sharing artwork of vagina
‘Yulia has spent time under house arrest and twice been subjected to extortionate fines under the so-called ‘gay propaganda’ law,’ says campaigner
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Brad Pitt and Harrison Ford named among this year's list of Oscars presenters
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Why making women retire later comes with hidden cost: State picks up £5,600 bill for care of elderly
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Prince Philip 'regarded Fergie as "beyond the pale" after toe-sucking pictures'
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Daunte Wright killing - latest: State of emergency as more protests expected and mayor takes control of police
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‘A lack of political courage’: New Zealand’s drug reform efforts flounder
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