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The caller was speaking to LBC's Eddie Mair

Caller describes harrowing care home visit which left her 'shaken'

A 12-year-old schoolgirl has lost a High Court battle against mandatory mask wearing (file picture)

Girl, 12, loses High Court battle against school for 'requiring' pupils to wear masks

'Bad rules can be enforced by nice people', campaigner tells Shelagh Fogarty

'Bad rules can be enforced by nice people', campaigner tells Shelagh Fogarty

Canada has approved the Pfizer vaccine for use in children aged between 12 and 15

Canada becomes first country to approve Pfizer jab for children aged 12-15

The Tory MP was speaking to Shelagh Fogarty

Tory MP pledges to take up care home visits cause with Minister

Care home residents should be allowed more visitors, two-thirds of people have said.

LBC poll finds two-thirds of people want more visitors to be allowed at care homes

Current guidance says care home residents in England can nominate up to two named visitors for regular visits

MPs call for care home visiting rights to be underpinned by law

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken, left, at a press conference with India's foreign minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar following a meeting in London on Monday

G7 visit: India's foreign minister exposed to potential Covid cases during trip to UK

A third booster jab is due to be given to over 50s in the autumn

Third Covid vaccine jab 'to be offered to over 50s in autumn'

The NHS app might not be ready to use as a jab passport in time for when foreign travel resumes

NHS app may not be ready to use as jab passport when foreign travel resumes, No10 admits

Care home residents are allowed to visit family members outdoors for the first time in months

Care home campaigners issue fresh legal threat against Govt over self-isolation rule

The Indian Premier League cricket tournament has been postponed

T20: Indian Premier League postponed as Covid-19 tears through the country

James O'Brien summed up the issue with an analogy

James O'Brien's lifeboat analogy for those who want to rush to leave lockdown

Nick Ferrari quizzed the minister over when Brits can book holidays

Nick Ferrari quizzes minister over when Brits can book holidays

The High Court has ruled in favour of the Government in an indoor hospitality dispute

High Court bid to review delay until indoor hospitality returns fails

Care home residents will not need to self-isolate after visiting a loved one

Care home residents can visit loved ones without isolating after 'barbaric' rules dropped