On a visit to Southampton, the Prime Minister replied to criticisms of “politicising” the London Bridge terror attack, after promising to end early release for people convicted of terrorism, if they were to retain power.
The family of Jack Merritt called for the murder of their son to not be exploited for political gain.
Blaming the current system, Mr Johnson insisted that this pledge has been something he had personally campaigned for, whilst passing on his sympathies to the Merritt family.
Travellers arriving from France after 4am on Saturday will be required toquarantine for 14 days due to fears over rising numbers of coronavirus casesin the country. The move came after Boris Johnson said ministers would be“absolutely ruthless” in deciding on whether to impose the self-isolationrequirement.
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Boris Johsnons toured the headquarters of the Northern Ireland AmbulanceService on the outskirts of Belfast. The Prime Minister arrived at theKnockbracken site after political meetings at Hillsborough Castle.
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First Minister of Northern Ireland Arlene Foster and Taoiseach Micheál Martin discuss post-Brexit relations between Great Britain, Northern Ireland and Ireland as Prime Minister Boris Johnson visits County Down. Report by Jonesia. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was philosophical after his side’s Champions League hopes took a hit as substitute Michael Obafemi’s stoppage-time equaliser earned Southampton a 2-2 draw at Old Trafford.United looked set to move up to third in the Premier League after Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial turned the game around following Stuart Armstrong’s early opener, only for Obafemi to deny them victory.
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Is this the best evidence yet that the loch Ness monster exists? Steve Challice, from Southampton, says he was at Loch Ness in Scotland last year. He saw a “disturbance” in the water & managed to quickly take photographs. One pictures shows an unidentified creature surfacing as it swims. However, Steve insists he is not claiming to have seen the mythical 'Nessie'. He tells UK media agency 'Cover Images': “it's very large, as the bit you can see must be at least 8-foot-long, and who can tell what amount is below the surface.In my opinion (and I'm no expert) I think it's a large fish that got into the loch from the sea."
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