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The Times says a £125m deal that secures enough doses of Moderna’s Covid-19 vaccine to inoculate 2.5 million people in the UK has been finalised. But it reports that large-scale production of the vaccine is not expected in Europe until April, with supplies beyond the initial five million doses unlikely until the second half of the year. Meanwhile, the Times also reports Boris Johnson is considering a temporary cut to Britain’s aid spending to help pay for the coronavirus crisis.

Times Front Page 11th of July 2024

An army veteran has been detained in connection with the fatal crossbow attacks on a BBC radio presenter and her daughters at their Hertfordshire home, prompting a large-scale police operation and investigation.

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