The latest analysis of those killed in the pandemic shows that the UK and England in particular have suffered more deaths than the G7 and similar countries in Europe. Officially the UK government has said they are making early claims. But when the size of the population and the number of deaths expected in a normal year are adjusted, the UK is the worst in almost every measure compared to countries that have passed the first peak. Meanwhile, the Welsh government has announced that people in both homes will be able to form an extended family next Monday. Prime Minister Mark Drakeford said the change would allow many families to reunite for the first time since March. Shops in Scotland have been allowed to reopen directly from the street. Some workplaces, zoos and playgrounds have also reopened and couples can also have outdoor weddings with a small number of guests. Huw Edwards has presented a report on BBC News at Ten Economics Editor’s Faisal Islam, Wales correspondent Hywel Griffith and Scottish editor Sarah Smith. Subscribe HERE http://bit.ly/1rbfUog .
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