5 Things You Need To Know, Today, on Monday 11th January 2021

Justin Waite
5 Things You Need To Know
06:04, 11th January 2021

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5 Things You Need To Know, Today, on Monday 11th January 2021

 

5. Bitcoin, slid as much as 18% over the last 2days hitting around $33,500, the biggest two-day slide since May last year and follows a record high of almost $42,000 on Jan. 8.

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4. Flat owners applying to a fund to help pay to remove flammable building cladding will be told not to talk to the press without government approval.

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3. Online supermarket Ocado has become the first big retailer to warn of shortages of some products.

Staff sickness and self-isolation means some food producers are cutting the number of product lines they offer.

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2. A record number of small firms could close in the next 12 months, says the Federation of Small Businesses.

Without further government help to cope with the effects of the pandemic, more than a quarter of a million businesses could be lost, it said.

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1. Thousands more people will receive a Covid-19 vaccine this week as seven mass centres open across England.

The government is aiming to vaccinate 15 million people in the UK - the over-70s, healthcare workers and those required to shield - by mid-February.

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