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1. Government 'lacked plans for pandemic response'
The government did not plan enough for a "threat" on the scale of coronavirus, its spending watchdog has found. The National Audit Office said when the pandemic hit the UK last year, the government lacked plans for many areas of its response in England, however, it had enjoyed some success in their efforts to deal with the crisis. The government says it "acted quickly and decisively" as new evidence emerged.

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2. 'We've booked two summer holidays for the same time'
Lee and Louise Chambers know they'll be taking their two children on holiday this summer. What they don't know is where they'll go - it might be Norfolk or it might be their preference - Fuerteventura. They booked both in case Covid restrictions prevented them from going to the Canary Islands. They're not the only ones double-booking holidays to make sure they don't miss out but UK resorts fear they could be facing a rush of cancellations.

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3. Don't holiday in amber list countries, PM warns
People should not be holidaying in the amber list countries, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said, after confusion arose about where holidaymakers could and couldn't go. His warning came after Environment Secretary George Eustice said people could go to those countries if they quarantined when they returned. If people do have to go to countries on the amber list for "some pressing family or urgent business reason", they will have to self-isolate, take tests and do passenger locator forms, Mr Johnson said.

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4. Bloated art market needs a reset - Grayson Perry
Art fairs and other "bloated, money-drenched" parts of the art world might not return after the pandemic, according to Grayson Perry. The Turner Prize winner caused a stir in November when he said Covid could clear some "dead wood" from the arts. "I thought things like art fairs might go down the pan. That was what I meant at the time," he said.

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5. Bingo's back - but no full house just yet
Man alive it's number five, cup of tea it's number three - yes, that's right, bingo halls have reopened in the latest easing of restrictions. We've met the callers and punters who are pleased to be back.


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