Blustering Boris Johnson urges Britons to 'flatten the second hump of the camel'

Boris Johnson begged the public to keep faith with his draconian rules despite the testing system descending into a shambles, with fears schools and offices will have to shut.
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People in England who refuse an order to self-isolate will face fines of up to £10,000
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Dishy Rishi gets tough: Chancellor plans to FREEZE benefits and state pay
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Breaking self-isolation to be made illegal with £10,000 fine
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Boris Johnson's allies angered by 'brutal and personal' attack on the PM
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Covid tests chaos is blamed on 'mad' frenzy by parents to get checks done on children
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Is Boris about to make Charles Moore - a pro-hunting, anti-licence fee Brexiteer - new BBC chairman?
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Ex-Labour minister Geoffrey Robinson hands back thousands of pounds he was paid 'in error' 
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University debating society 'disinvited' author opposed to gay marriage - only to then re-invite her
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Jeremy Vine shocked after students at Durham University stop presses at his old college newspaper
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