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The Times says British and European regulators have “rushed to the defence” of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine. It says the European Medicines Agency says the blood clots causing concern seemed to be no more common among people who had the jab and insist that the benefits “outweigh the risk of side-effects”. A second story says plain-clothes police will patrol bars and clubs to protect women, under measures announced by Boris Johnson on Monday evening.