Friday, 16th October Daily Roundup
Here’s a quick summary of what has happened around the world over the last 24 hours, brought to you exclusively by British Herald.
It is now time to brace for a no-trade deal Brexit, said Prime Minister Boris Johnson, blaming the EU for declining to negotiate seriously. He said unless Brussels changed tack, there would be no deal.
The area of Lancashire in northwest England went into the highest COVID alert level. This indicates that it will face the toughest restrictions to curb the spread of the virus, including the closure of pubs.
In view of the tight restrictions in place across the country to stem the spread of the pandemic, the bars in the House of Commons estate will be restricted from selling alcohol from Saturday.
US President Donald Trump and his rival candidate Joe Biden will hit the campaign trail by visiting three battleground states.
The French transport minister said that rapid coronavirus tests will be introduced in airports across the country this month.
The Israeli government announced that it would begin to ease the second COVID-19 lockdown in the wake of a steady drop in the number of daily new cases.
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