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Reading terror suspect was on MI5 list, and was a known cannabis user

The terror suspect accused of killing numerous people in Reading on Saturday was placed on the MI5 service’s ‘radar’ less than a year ago, it has emerged. His former friends from Manchester and Reading, where he lived upon arrival in Britain as an illegal immigrant in 2012 (before being granted asylum in 2018), knew the suspect as having an unpredictable character, and being a smoker of cannabis – Telegraph

Reopened pubs in England may require drinkers to check in – Guardian

Doctors fear they can’t clear backlog, says BMA – Times

Top private schools want to ‘decolonise’ their curriculum by altering history lessons after Black Lives Matter protests – Mail

Afghan troops witch-hunt was axed a year ago… but nobody told the veterans who were living in terror of prosecution – Mail

Seven in ten whistleblowers are victimised or forced to quit despite laws to protect them, research finds – Telegraph

COMMENT

The case for the two metre rule is falling apart – Ross Clark, Spectator

The era of ‘cheap and nasty’ housing has to end – Britain doesn’t need more ugly estates – Simon Heffer, Telegraph

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