Sky News Breakfast: The EU rows back from vaccine export restrictions

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On Sky News Breakfast this morning,

– After weeks of deliberation, the EU has stopped short of imposing export curbs on vaccine doses, as it attempts to remedy its slow-moving rollout,

– What does last night’s virtual EU council meeting mean for the UK, and is it the ‘win-win’ outcome that was aimed for?

– China sanctions more than a dozen individuals and organisations in the UK, after Britain took similar action over concerns about human rights abuses,

– The World War Two veteran who’s completing a lockdown cycle challenge as he celebrates his 100th birthday,

– The NSPCC says platforms owned by Facebook are being used in more than half of online child sex crimes.

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