Sky News Breakfast on Monday 2nd August

On Sky News Breakfast this morning,

1. As fully vaccinated passengers from the US and EU start arriving in the UK without having to quarantine, Conservative backbenchers call for clearer rules on foreign travel.

2. The International Olympic Committee and Tokyo Police are guarding a Belarusian athlete, who claims she was being forced to return home from the games.

3. The government is unveils plans it says will deliver high speed broadband to more more than two million rural homes.

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