Sky News Breakfast, with Jayne Secker

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On Sky News Breakfast this Sunday morning,

– Admission to Premier League games and other large events, could be restricted to only fully-vaccinated people,

– The number of deaths caused by alcoholic liver disease has risen significantly since the start of the pandemic,

– Olympic disappointment – Britain’s Jade Jones’s fails to qualify for the gold medal fight in the taekwondo, while Andy Murray withdraws from the mens singles,

– But there are still hopes for a first gold in Tokyo – as Adam Peatty qualifies for the final of the men’s 100m breastroke,

– And, how climate change and wildfires, are devastating the traditional way of life in Siberia.

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