5 Things You Need To Know, Today, on Thursday 14th January 2021

Justin Waite
5 Things You Need To Know
06:15, 14th January 2021

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5 Things You Need To Know, Today, on Thursday 14th January 2021

 

5. Employers "have a duty" to support staff who suffer domestic abuse but few have adequate policies in place, the government says.

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4. New York City said it will cut business ties with the Trump Organization, joining a growing list of corporations turning their back on the twice-impeached president.

Trump is facing a backlash both personally and politically following last week's riots at the US Capitol.

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3. Some High Street pharmacies in England will start vaccinating people from priority groups on today, with 200 providing jabs in the next two weeks.

But pharmacists say many more sites should be allowed to give the jab, not just the largest ones.

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2. Many people are set to lose the their chance to buy a new house using the Help to Buy scheme, which allows them to afford the deposit for a new property.

But Covid-related delays mean the property will not be built in time before the scheme is due to end by the end of February.

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1. Coach and tour operators have seen an unexpected growth in bookings in the last fortnight and industry figures are calling it growing "vaccine confidence" about 2021.

TUI, the UK's largest tour operator, says 50% of bookings on their website are currently by over-50s.

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