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Pregnant women will be able to have the vaccine at any stage, says the Guardian, adding the announcement has been welcomed by bereaved families and campaigners. “I lost my wife, and she has left two kids behind. No family would want to see their pregnant wife go to hospital and not come home with her baby,” Ernest Boateng told the paper. His wife, Mary Agyeiwaa Agyapong, died after contracting coronavirus. About 700,000 women in England and Wales give birth each year, the paper notes.

Guardian Front Page 11th of May 2021

Labour deputy leader Angela Rayner has spoken exclusively to The Guardian. After the party was criticised for its showing in the local elections – sparking a frontbench reshuffle, Ms Rayner says the party has “patronised its heartland voters for too long”.

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