5 Things You Need To Know, Today, on Friday 27th November 2020

Justin Waite
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5 Things You Need To Know, Today, on Friday 27th November 2020

5. China will impose taxes on Australian wine of up to 212%, starting on Saturday.

In recent months, Beijing has targeted Australian imports including coal, sugar, barley and lobsters amid political tensions.

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4. Dyson says it will invest an additional $3.67bn (£2.75bn) into new technologies and products over the next five years.

The investment will allow the company to double the number of products it sells, and expand into new areas.

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3. The government has asked the regulator to assess the Oxford/AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine, bringing the UK a step closer to a possible rollout.

The referral to the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) marked "a significant first step" in getting the vaccine "approved for deployment", the government said.

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2. Some big High Street names have decided to shun the Black Friday even though online spending in the UK is set to soar.

Next, M&S, Wilko and B&M will not be taking part saying they were focussed on offering good value all-year round instead.

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1. Conservative MPs have called on the government to publish more evidence to justify areas of England being put into the higher tiers of Covid restrictions when the lockdown ends next week.

Several Tory MPs have criticised the introduction of the stricter measures.

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