The ex-prime minister predicted a wild west would develop if government did not set out the rules for a Covid certificate scheme.
Images from around the globe, including the UK, amid the battle again COVID-19
Groups such as teachers and police officers will not be prioritised for vaccination.
The sector has been buoyed by news that events including Reading and Leeds plan to go ahead this summer.
Robin Swann was speaking ahead of the one-year anniversary of the first coronavirus cases being confirmed in the region.
The actress said she has been tackling sourdough.
The free 5k Saturday-morning event has not been held in any of the home nations since the March coronavirus lockdown.
The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation has made its recommendations for phase two of the jab rollout.
The JCVI has concluded that trying to vaccinate groups such as teachers and police officers could slow the programme down.
The high street retailer continues to benefit from the pet ownership boom since the pandemic.
Some primary schools have said pupils should wear the masks when they return on March 8.
The company said capacity during the final three months of the year was just 27% of 2019 levels.
There has already been significant speculation about what Chancellor Rishi Sunak will announce in next week’s Budget.
The head of state, who was inoculated in January, said that her injection ‘didn’t hurt at all’.
UK and Irish nationals returning to England from a “red list” country have had to self-isolate in hotels for 11 nights.
The National Trust aims to create blossom circles in and around urban areas over the next five years to connect more people to nature.