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Fines of up to £10,000 for failing to self-isolate Tory rebellion over emergency Covid powers Mapped: Virus increasing in most areas except these four locations PM's Covid options to tackle second wave Businesses back airport testing to replace quarantine Subscribe to The Telegraph Matt Hancock, the Health Secretary, has said meetings are happening today to discuss new coronavirus restrictions in London. “I’ve had discussions this week with the Mayor of London and the teams are meeting today to discuss further what might be needed," he told Sky News. He warned the Government will impose fresh national coronavirus restrictions if the public fails to follow the existing rules and that he was "very worried" about the second wave of the virus now emerging in the UK. "The nation faces a tipping point," he told the Sophy Ridge on Sunday programme. "We have a choice. Either everybody follows the rules - the rule of six and the need to self-isolate if you have a positive test or if you are contacted by NHS Test and Trace - or we will have to take more measures. "I don't want to see more measures, more restrictive measures, but if people don't follow the rules that is how the virus spreads." His comments came as the Government announced people in England will face fines of up to £10,000 if they refuse an order to self-isolate. Mr Hancock said: "We will support people who do the right thing and we will come down hard on people who do the wrong thing." Follow the latest updates below.
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A massive haul of Class A drugs has been stopped from hitting UK streets after an international operation led by the National Crime Agency. More than a tonne of Class A drugs – 1,196kg of heroin and morphine derivatives – were recovered from container ship the Sembawang after it docked at the port of Felixstowe. National Crime Agency investigators developed intelligence and knew the drugs would be on the vessel when it docked in the UK en route to Antwerp.