BREAKING: Chancellor says ‘stick with’ self-isolation rules until 16 August

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Rishi Sunak says the government is will not bring forward the date to end the pingdemic self-isolation rules from 16 August.

He told Sky News: “I completely appreciate people’s frustration with all of this, but I think it’s the right approach as we exit the restrictions to do so in a cautious way.

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