Darren McCaffrey

Darren McCaffrey


@NBCNews Euronews Political Editor ??‍♂️Anchor #RawPolitics #YourCall ?From NI, Worked LDN ??DUB ?? BRU ?? Email: darren.mccaffrey@euronews.com?

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Small scale rioting in Brussels tonight, follows an early demonstration, with protesters angry about the death of a 23 year old black man on Saturday who was in police custody

BREAK: Pfizer will temporarily reduce its deliveries to Europe of its vaccine while it upgrades its production capacity The reduction in deliveries is due to Pfizer limiting output so that it can upgrade production capacity to 2 billion vaccine doses per year from 1.3 billion

NEW: Health Secretary Matt Hancock tells MPs: "We have now, as of the early hours of this morning, vaccinated 39.9% of the over-80 year-olds in England." 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 Maintains government are on track to meet mid-February target to protect four most vulnerable groups

The UK GB seems to have vaccinated nearly as many people today - 207,661, than France FR has in total 247,167!!! For a country that prides itself on its state services and public health provision - how has this been allowed to happen?

#CoronaVirusUpdate DEGermany reports new daily high of 1,244 deaths yesterday Bavaria will next week try to reduce the spread of cases by requiring shoppers or anyone going on public transport to wear an FFP2 facemask, which is both thicker and more expensive

#CoronavirusUpdate 🌍 Sweden reported record daily deaths today - 351 In total more than 10,000 people have now died SE Sweden -10.2 million 10,185 deaths NONorway - 5.3 million 509 deaths DKDenmark - 5.8 million 1,660 deaths FIFinland - 5.5 million 602 deaths

WOW 🤩 What a picture! 👌🏻👏🏻Photo of snowy Wales taken from Dublin via @Independent_ie 

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BREAK: Significant explosion in MadridAppears several floors of building destroyed Cause not yet known

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BREXIT: I can’t believe I’m tweeting this about the U.K. in 2018 via Britain is drawing up plans to charter ships to bring in emergency food and medicines in the event of a “no-deal” Brexit next March, in a move greeted with disbelief at a stormy meeting of cabinet on today

WATCH: The last time a one term President lost George H. W. Bush conceding to Bill Clinton “we respect the majesty of the democratic system... and America must always come first and we will get behind this new president and wish him well.”

NEW: Germany’s Bosch says it has developed a test for Covid-19 that can deliver a diagnosis in under 2.5 hours, and does not need to be taken to a lab Developed in just 6 weeks, can also check for nine other respiratory diseases, including the flu, using a single sample

??German’s Deputy Foreign Minister: ?“Brexit is a big shitshow, I say that now very undiplomatically” ?“90%” cabinet “no idea how workers think, live, work and behave” ?Politicians “born with silver spoons in their mouths, who went to private schools” that will not suffer

WATCH: Something extraordinary is happening in Poland This story has not got the attention it deserves, night after night of protests, big crowds after a court ruling that further limited its restrictive abortion laws

BREAK: Quite extraordinary moment in France this morning... The homes and offices of France's health minister and director general of health have been searched by police as part of a judicial enquiry into the government's handling of the #coronavirus  pandemic

79 year old Stanley Johnson, the Prime Minister’s dad has just appeared on national TV and said ‘If I have to go to a pub, of course I’ll go to a pub.' 🤦🏻‍♂️🙅🏻‍♂️🤷🏻‍♂️ And the government thinks its advice has been clear

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NEW: A 36-year-old NHS nurse, with no underlying health issues, is fighting for her life in hospital after contracting coronavirus Areema Nasreen is on a ventilator in intensive care in Walsall Manor Hospital in the West Midlands - where she has worked for the past 16 years

UPDATE: France has approved pay rises worth €8bn for health workers, with @EmmanuelMacron  praising their role in fighting #coronavirus  The deal was signed with trade unions on Monday after weeks of negotiations, and will see wages rise by €183 a month on average

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