5 Things You Need To Know, Today, on Friday 11th September 2020
Justin Waite
5 Things You Need To Know
05:18, 11th September 2020

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5 Things You Need To Know, Today, on Friday 11th September 2020

PORTUGAL

5. Travellers from mainland Portugal to England will have to quarantine from 04:00 BST on Saturday, just weeks after the country was put on the safe list.

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PELOTON RIDER

4. Peloton, which won an early celebrity fanbase for its exercise bikes and remote workout classes, has seen demand surge during the pandemic.

The firm's global membership base hit 3.1 million at the end of June, more than double a year earlier and revenue rose to $607m (£474m), up 172% year-on-year.

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DRONE DELIVERY TESCO

3. Tesco is to trial drone delivery to drop off small items at customers' homes within 30 minutes of ordering.

The drones, supplied by Manna, which already runs medicine delivery trials in Ireland, will launch next month.

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David Frost and Michel Barnier

2. Post-Brexit trade deal talks are set to continue, despite the UK rejecting the EU's ultimatum to scrap plans to override the withdrawal agreement.

The EU has threatened the UK government with legal action if it does not ditch its controversial Internal Market Bill by the end of the month.

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CAR MANUFACTURERS

1. The UK government should consider a targeted extension of its furlough scheme, MPs have said.

The coronavirus crisis risks mass long-term unemployment and viable firms could go under without support, the Treasury Select Committee has warned.

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