Sky News Breakfast: UK could see ‘more stringent measures’ in New Year

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On Sky News Breakfast for Sunday, December 5:

– Storm Barra set to batter UK as thousands of homes still without power nine days after Storm Arwen.

– National investigation launched over six-year-old Arthur Labinjo-Hughes’ murder.

– NHS planning to roll out ‘game-changing’ coronavirus pill – and it could happen ‘before Christmas’

Plus all the day’s headlines and breaking news stories.

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