Sky News Breakfast: 'No guarantee current lockdown will be the last'.

On your Sky News Breakfast menu:

- Minister for Middle East and North Africa James Cleverly making no guarantees on lockdown.
- Gillian speaks to Professor Eyal Leshem, Infectious Diseases specialist at Sheba Medical Center, who's involved in the vaccination programme in Israel
-We also speak to Dr Nikki Kanani, GP & Medical Director of Primary Care for NHS England and NHS Improvement, who is launching the NHS England blueprint for tackling BAME vaccine hesitancy

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The Press Preview: A first look at Tuesday's newspaper headlines.

The Press Preview: A first look at Tuesday's newspaper headlines.

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NHS app to ping fewer people to isolate

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Turkey Wildfires: An eyewitness account

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Sprinter gets Polish visa after claiming she was seized by Belarusian officials.

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