Tuesday, 1st December 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.
A court will give its verdict whether children aged 17 and below need the consent of a judge to take drugs blocking puberty. The landmark case comes amid a global debate about the age at which a child can choose to change gender.
Brexit supremo Michael Gove said that trade talks are still stuck on fishing, governance rules and dispute resolution as the European bloc is demanding a lot.
Senior minister Michael Gove said that the government is not mulling a vaccine passport which prevents those who had not had a coronavirus shot from visiting a pub or taking part in events.
Dr Scott Atlas has resigned as special adviser on the coronavirus to President Donald Trump, a White House official said after a controversial four months during which he clashed repeatedly with other members of the coronavirus task force.
Irish Prime Minister Micheal Martin said that the negotiators of the EU and the UK have options in front of them to reach a post-Brexit free-trade agreement this week.
Despite the lockdown, leaders of Bethlehem have said Christmas celebrations will go on in the traditional birthplace of Jesus Christ as the eyes of the world are on it this time of the year.
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