The Morning Briefing: Monday March 16

The Two-Minute Briefing

By The Telegraph

The Morning Briefing: Monday March 16

Emergency powers: Public could be fined £1,000 or put in custody for refusing tests or quarantine http://bit.ly/2UcwzwD |School exams | GCSEs and A-levels could be pushed 'as far back as September' http://bit.ly/38MN73O |Coronavirus latest | New York and Los Angeles placed in lockdown - liveblog http://bit.ly/33nCvHi |Face mask fashion | Instagram influencers told to 'act responsibly' http://bit.ly/3b37jjd |Midlife Fitness Files | I lost seven stone by working out daily and giving up fizzy drinks http://bit.ly/2IROSC6 |Belgravia, episode 1 review | It may not be Downton but it's ideal Sunday night TV http://bit.ly/2Qjocyy |

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The Morning Briefing: Monday March 16
The Morning Briefing: Monday March 16
The Two-Minute Briefing