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Boris Johnson encourages Scott Morrison to back 'ambitious' targets to reach net zero emissions

SBS Tuesday, 27 October 2020
Boris Johnson stressed the need to take strong action on climate change and highlighted that driving economic growth and reducing emissions could go hand-in-hand.
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Scott Morrison Scott Morrison Current Prime Minister of Australia

Northern Territory set to double quarantine capacity to bring home stranded Australians

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Boris Johnson Boris Johnson Prime Minister of the United Kingdom since 2019

Johnson defends tiering system amid backlash [Video]

Johnson defends tiering system amid backlash

Boris Johnson has defended the Government’s latest tiered controls forEngland, saying they were essential to get coronavirus levels down. The PrimeMinister acknowledged that many people felt “frustrated” – particularly ifthey were in an area with low infection rates. “I know it is frustrating forpeople when they are in a high-tier area when there is very little incidencein their village or their area. I totally understand why people feelfrustrated,” he said during a visit to a public health laboratory in Wiltshirein a pooled clip for broadcasters.

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On the issue of Brexit, Boris Johnson said the likelihood of a deal was "verymuch determined " by the EU. "There's a deal to be done if they want to do it,which would, I think, benefit people on both sides of the of the channel," hesaid, adding the UK would still "prosper mightily" in the event of a no-dealBrexit.

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Boris Johnson admits 'it's going to be tough for a while' [Video]

Boris Johnson admits 'it's going to be tough for a while'

Prime Minister Boris Johnson said "it is true that it's going to be tough for a while", when asked if he could be "honest" about areas moving down tiers in the next few weeks. It comes after more than 55 million people in England will be placed into Tier 2 and Tier 3 measures when the second national lockdown ends on December 2. Report by Patelr. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

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PM 'understands frustration' of those in Tier 3 restrictions

Boris Johnson has defended the Government’s latest tiered controls forEngland, saying they were essential to get coronavirus levels down. The PrimeMinister acknowledged that many people felt “frustrated” – particularly ifthey were in an area with low infection rates. “I know it is frustrating forpeople when they are in a high-tier area when there is very little incidencein their village or their area. I totally understand why people feelfrustrated,” he said during a visit to a public health laboratory in Wiltshirein a pooled clip for broadcasters.

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Covid tiers: Boris Johnson says measures will bring clarity

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