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Poppy Wood

City A.M.

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Past articles by Poppy:

Covid prevalence drops across England with 1 in 1,180 infected

The prevalence of Covid-19 infections in England has fallen for the fourth week in a row, although the decline has → Read More

Indian Covid mutation likely spreads 'as fast as Kent strain'

A coronavirus strain first detected in India is likely to be elevated to a “variant of concern” after clusters of the variation in → Read More

Under-40s in Britain to be offered alternative to Astrazeneca vaccine

People under the age of 40 in Britain will be offered an alternative to the Astrazeneca coronavirus vaccine following concerns of → Read More

Holiday Inn owner IHG sees signs of recovery following pickup in demand

Holiday Inn owner Intercontinental Hotels Group (IHG) said it has seen a “notable” pickup in demand in the first quarter → Read More

Tui offers £20 Covid tests for British holidaymakers

Tui will offer British holidaymakers cut-price Covid tests following the government’s announcement earlier this week that vaccine passports would not → Read More

British holidaymakers face expensive Covid tests amid delay in vaccine passports

British holidaymakers face hefty Covid tests at borders as a result of delays in the development of vaccine passports for → Read More

Italy could welcome foreign tourists from next week, says PM

Italy will allow tourists to enter the country without quarantining as soon as mid-May, Prime Minister Mario Draghi has announced, as → Read More

Rishi Sunak: Wealthy will be spared from post-pandemic tax raid

Wealthy families will escape a post-pandemic tax raid earmarked to boost the economy, Rishi Sunak has suggested, as the chancellor → Read More

ITV begins 'cautiously optimistic' recovery from production hit during pandemic

British broadcaster ITV has begun to recover from stalled production during the pandemic, with advertising revenue rebounding 68 per cent → Read More

Portugal, Israel and Greek and Spanish islands get green light for British holidays

British holidaymakers have been given the go ahead for international travel to Portugal, Israel and some Greek and Spanish islands → Read More

Coronavirus third wave fears 'diminishing' amid UK's rapid vaccine rollout

The likelihood of a major third wave of coronavirus infections in the UK is “diminishing” alongside Britain’s rapid vaccine rollout, → Read More

UK and India trade deal to 'double' benefits between countries, says minister

The UK and India will begin talks over a full free trade deal in the autumn that will “double” trade → Read More

Hong Kong protestors sentenced to 14 months jail for pro-democracy demonstrations

Hong Kong media tycoon Jimmy Lai is among several of the territory’s most prominent pro-democracy figures to be handed a → Read More

One in six UK adults fully vaccinated against coronavirus

One in six adults in the UK are now fully vaccinated against Covid-19, with more than 2m second doses delivered → Read More

Breaking: London R rate grows above 1 for first time in months

London’s R rate has climbed to a best estimate of between 0.8 and 1.1, meaning the spread of the virus → Read More

Covid: New Indian mutation found in UK raises immunity concerns

A new Indian strain of coronavirus that may evade immunity has been detected in the UK for the first time. → Read More

Blood clot risk from Covid infection 'eight times higher' than from Astrazeneca vaccine

The risk of developing a blood clot from catching coronavirus is eight times higher than after being given the Astrazeneca → Read More

London businesses demand return of the Night Tube amid delay until 2022

London businesses have demanded the resumption of the Night Tube after Transport for London (TfL) said earlier this week the → Read More

Airbnb blocks 80,000 UK bookings in party crackdown ahead of lockdown easing

Airbnb has rejected almost 80,000 bookings in the UK as the home-sharing firm attempts to clamp down on end-of-lockdown parties. → Read More

Financial services optimism rebounds at fastest rate in eight years

Optimism within the financial services sector has increased for at the fastest rate in eight years as the economy begins → Read More