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Claim our unmissable Good Friday offer and stay expertly informed on the road ahead The long weekend

Claim our unmissable Good Friday offer and stay expertly informed on the road ahead [View in browser]( [Unsubscribe]( [The Telegraph]( [12 whole months. Just £39.]( [12 whole months. Just £39.]( The long weekend is finally here. Whether you’re making the most of the ease in restrictions to catch up with family and friends, or simply taking the opportunity to relax and unwind with a hot cross bun, there’s so much to look forward to over the next few days. Exciting times also lie ahead in the weeks and months to come, from the promise of pubs reopening to the tantalising prospect of holidays in the sun. But with new developments and uncertainty clouding the road to life beyond lockdown, clarity has rarely been more crucial. Now is the perfect time to turn to The Telegraph. Join us today with our brilliant Good Friday offer and enjoy [one whole year of our award-winning journalism for just £39](. You’ll need to act quickly though - this exceptional offer ends soon and then subscription prices will rise. As a Telegraph subscriber, you’ll gain an unrivalled, up to the minute perspective as we move forward in our battle against the pandemic. We’ll bring you [all the latest news]( as researchers reveal that the Pfizer jab produces an “off the scale” immune response that’s likely to protect against the Brazilian variant of Covid-19. You’ll also be able to read more from [our exclusive interview with Sir Keir Starmer]( as the Labour leader describes the use of Covid passports for everyday social activities as against the “British instinct”. We can also exclusively reveal that [vaccinated Britons will be urged not to hug]( in the government’s new social media campaign. You’ll be kept expertly up-to-speed on travel news, too, as analysis shows that [only 12 countries could be safely opened]( to British holidaymakers by June, with Spain, Greece and Turkey [“to require quarantine”]( this summer. In France, Emmanuel Macron is [under fire over his lockdown U-turn]( with opposition groups saying they will not rubber-stamp the whims of “a monarch”. The French president [announced strict new measures]( in a televised address on Wednesday evening. However, his nation’s economy is [facing a €15bn economic hit]( following the orders. [Pfizer has accused the European Union]( of hampering its vaccine production, with new EU rules causing “a significant administrative burden and some uncertainty”. At the same time, former chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier has [called for a ceasefire]( in Britain’s vaccine war with Brussels, while praising the successful British campaign. Ross Clark pulls no punches as he argues that “[The ludicrousness of policing lockdown]( shows it's time to put the safety of the public in their own hands”. Liam Halligan reflects on France and Germany’s discussions with Russia over the Sputnik jab, stating “[The EU’s moral authority]( is crumbling fast”. You’ll also find first-rate reactions to [Tony Sewell’s report on race in Britain](. Sherelle Jacobs is at her forthright best as she writes that “[The battle against the Left's ideology]( of racial victimhood has only just begun”. David Goodhart comments that “[Any BLM activists reading this race report]( will find their beliefs shredded”. And don’t miss our must-read Telegraph View, which makes the case that “[The Left can't accept that Britain]( isn't institutionally racist”. Join us today to seal your saving in place for 12 whole months before our prices rise. Enjoy one year for just £39 and gain clarity when it counts with a Standard Digital Subscription. [Subscribe now]( You have received this email because you have expressed an interest in The Telegraph’s journalism, and we think you would like to know what subscription options are available to you. If you no longer wish to receive these messages, please [unsubscribe](. In accordance with the 2018 Data Protection Act, Telegraph Media Group Limited is committed to protecting your privacy. If you wish to know more please access our [privacy policy](. This email is from Telegraph Media Group Limited - 111 Buckingham Palace Road, London SW1W 0DT. Registered in England under No 451593.

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