1. Covid-19 update: UK extends visas of stranded Indians, others until July 31  Hindustan Times
  2. UK Expands Visa Reprieve for Covid-19 Stranded Foreigners to July 31  News18
  3. 'Deeply unfair': Ministers urged to expand visa extensions to care workers and low-paid NHS staff  The Independent
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Their visas had previously been extended until May 31, but a large number of Indians and others are still unable to leave the UK. Over 2,000 stranded Indians have so far returned home in repatriation flights.Their visas had previously been extended until May 31, but a large number of Indians and others are still unable to leave the UK. Over 2,000 stranded Indians have so far returned home in repatriation flights.

Covid-19 update: UK extends visas of stranded Indians, others until July 31 - world news - Hindustan Times

The extension has been extended by two months and will apply to anyone whose leave to remain in the UK expired after January 24 and they are still unable to leave the country because of travel restrictions or self-isolation.The extension has been extended by two months and will apply to anyone whose leave to remain in the UK expired after January 24 and they are still unable to leave the country because of travel restrictions or self-isolation.

UK Expands Visa Reprieve for Covid-19 Stranded Foreigners to July 31

Ministers are coming under mounting pressure to expand their offer of automatic visa extensions for NHS staff to include care workers and low-paid hospital staff such as cleaners and porters.Ministers are coming under mounting pressure to expand their offer of automatic visa extensions for NHS staff to include care workers and low-paid hospital staff such as cleaners and porters.

‘Deeply unfair’: Ministers urged to expand visa extensions to care workers and low-paid NHS staff | The Independent

“Live: The UK has waited almost 6 months to become THE coronavirus hotspot of Europe — to only then have #PritiPatel decide it’s time to “protect the population from other countries” with airport measures & quarantine. #COVID19 https://t.co/OwRtjeg5uD”

Alex Macheras on Twitter: "Live: The UK has waited almost 6 months to become THE coronavirus hotspot of Europe — to only then have #PritiPatel decide it’s time to “protect the population from other countries” with airport measures & quarantine. #COVID19 https://t.co/OwRtjeg5uD"

“Dear @pritipatel The EU don’t like your 14 day quarantine plan - nor your proposed exemption for France and Ireland. Which means you can’t legally do it as this joke transition period means we’re still under EU rule. Why not just tell people that in the Covid conference?!”

Alexandra Phillips on Twitter: "Dear @pritipatel The EU don’t like your 14 day quarantine plan - nor your proposed exemption for France and Ireland. Which means you can’t legally do it as this joke transition period means we’re still under EU rule. Why not just tell people that in the Covid conference?!… https://t.co/gZSfEAUZs6"

“Extraordinary statement by @pritipatel that the closing of borders now is the right time: its 10 weeks too late and that failure has led to thousands of extra deaths.”

Richard Tice on Twitter: "Extraordinary statement by @pritipatel that the closing of borders now is the right time: its 10 weeks too late and that failure has led to thousands of extra deaths."

“So @pritipatel will today finally announce #Covid_19 travel quarantine plan. Need to see details but big question is why UK has taken so long to address this issue months after other countries & despite repeated pleas from me & others https://t.co/y3k9qMbKMp”

Joanna Cherry QC on Twitter: "So @pritipatel will today finally announce #Covid_19 travel quarantine plan. Need to see details but big question is why UK has taken so long to address this issue months after other countries & despite repeated pleas from me & others https://t.co/y3k9qMbKMp"

The Home Secretary has hinted that key workers from abroad could be given citizenship in thanks for saving lives during the coronavirus crisis. Priti Patel said immigration rules were 'under...Priti Patel said immigration reviews are 'under review'.

Home Secretary doesn't rule out citizenship for foreign key workers | Metro News

The extension will last until 31 July and will apply to anyone whose leave expired after the 24 January and cannot return home.The extension will last until 31 July and will apply to anyone whose leave expired after the 24 January and cannot return home.

Yvette Cooper has tabled a cross-party amendment to the immigration bill that would expand the government’s free visa…

Cooper wins cross-party support for expansion of free visa extension scheme - LabourList