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America changes course, while remaining very much the same
Divided States of America.
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In the end, a vision without the ability to execute it is probably a hallucination.
NHS pay: 'Undervalued' nurses may quit over 1% rise - union
Large numbers of staff could leave nursing when the pandemic is over after being offered a 1% pay rise, the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) has warned.
Cost of Test and Trace to pass £37,000,000,000 despite 'marginal impact'
The privately-run Test and Trace service is getting another £15billion in funding, despite concerns that taxpayers aren’t getting value for money.
We can build an even better London after this crisis
It has been a truly dreadful year for London and the entire world.
Downing Street spends £2,600,000 on refurbs to hold White House-style briefings
More than £2.6 million has been spent on refurbishments inside Downing Street so the Government can hold White House-style press briefings.
Oprah 'took up to £6,500,000' for royal chat but Meghan and Harry weren't paid
CBS is paying Oprah Winfrey up to £6.5 million ($9 million) for her explosive interview with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle – but the royal couple isn’t getting a penny, sources...
Joanna Lumley says Meghan and Harry interview is 'stirring up hatred'
Joanna Lumley won’t be watching Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s upcoming Oprah Winfrey interview.
US TV host shocked royal family ‘haven’t tried to apologise' to Meghan Markle
The panel of The View recently spoke about Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s upcoming interview with Oprah Winfrey, with panelist Sunny Hostin saying that in her opinion, she is ...
Covid lockdown a success but UK 'not out of the woods', says ONS head
Ian Diamond says UK should do ‘everything we can not to blow it’ as coronavirus cases fall
School Covid tests: pupils in England 'very likely' to get false positives
Children who test positive on lateral flow tests will have to self-isolate even if later PCR test is negative
Married teacher who had sex with schoolboy, 15, in field is jailed
A married teacher who had sex with a 15-year-old schoolboy has been jailed for more than six years.
Downing Street spent £2.6m refurbishing No 9 as media centre
Labour accuses Boris Johnson of spending on ‘vanity projects’ while pressing for 1% pay rise for NHS workers
Free rapid coronavirus tests available for all businesses in England
Firms have until 31 March to register for the scheme, which will remain free until the end of June
'Young people need help now': Britons want more from 2021 budget
A furloughed bar manager, a self-employed magician and a retired dancer tell us how Covid has affected their lives
Harry and Meghan stir public debate ahead of Oprah interview
Vehement reactions to upcoming TV exclusive suggest royals still have power to inflame opinion
Covid-19: Vaccine offers for those aged 56 or over
People aged 56 to 59 in England are being invited to book their coronavirus vaccine from this week.
NHS calls up people aged 56-59 for Covid vaccine
Matt Hancock urges everyone eligible to book after eight in 10 people in England aged 65-69 took up offer
MI5 involvement in drone project revealed in paperwork slip-up
Exclusive: Document produced by university cited agency as secret funder of research
Covid lockdown: Why Magna Carta won’t exempt you from the rules
Business owners determined to escape coronavirus restrictions have resorted to citing obsolete and irrelevant laws.
LGBT: Herefordshire Catholic school's sex and relationships lessons 'damaging'
A school's sex and relationships programme which teaches that LGBT people cannot marry or have sex has been criticised as "wholly damaging".
Why is Greenpeace dropping boulders off the UK coast?
Activists have taken to the sea to implore the government to take action on harmful fishing practices.
EU to seek AstraZeneca doses from US amid Covid-19 vaccine supply shortfalls
The European Union will reportedly ask Washington to allow the export of millions of doses of AstraZeneca’s coronavirus vaccine as Brussels struggles with supply shortages.
US Poet Amanda Gorman Says Followed By Guard, Called "Suspicious"
"This is the reality of black girls: One day you're called an icon, the next day, a threat," she tweeted Friday.
Health workers ‘angry’ after pandemic & government deserves STRIKE for offering 1 percent pay raise – British nurse
By offering health workers just one percent pay rise, the UK government missed out on an opportunity to restore faith in the NHS, a British nurse told RT, adding that the medics...
Is Meghan Markle technically a princess and what is her full name?
It’s no secret that royal titles can be rather confusing, especially since Meghan Markle and Prince Harry stepped back from royal duties.
Palace staff nicknamed Prince Harry 'the hostage', insiders claim
Prince Harry was nicknamed ‘the hostage’ by Buckingham Palace staff in the run-up to their wedding, it has been reported.
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