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Image caption Passengers at Heathrow Airport earlier this year, after being rescued from a cruise ship. The government is looking at ways to relax the 14-day quarantine rule for people entering the UK over coming months, BBC Newsnight has learnt. From Monday, most people arriving by plane, ferry or train - including UK nationals - must self-isolate. But some MPs and businesses have expressed concern at the plan, warning it will damage the travel industry. One government source told Newsnight that ministers were looking at ways around the coronavirus quarantine. This could include travel corridors to countries with low infection rates, or expanding the list of workers who are exempt from the 14-day rule. Full story

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