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Britain reports 2,763 new COVID cases on Wednesday
Britain recorded 2,763 COVID-19 cases on Wednesday and 45 more deaths within 28 days of a positive test, government statistics showed.
The government said 31.7 million people have received a first
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Covid vaccine: All over-50s and high risk groups offered first dose
All over-50s and those in high-risk groups in the UK have now been offered a first dose of a coronavirus vaccine, the government has announced.
Covid lockdown eases: Celebrations as pub gardens and shops reopen
For the first time in months, pub gardens, shops and hairdressers have reopened in England, as rules were also eased in the rest of the UK.
Prince Philip: William and Harry pay tribute to grandfather
The Dukes of Cambridge and Sussex have paid tribute to their grandfather, the Duke of Edinburgh.
Holyrood bills to be challenged by UK government
The UK government is to challenge parts of two bills passed by the Scottish Parliament.
UK to investigate ex-PM Cameron’s alleged lobbying of ministers to secure govt contract for firm he advised
The UK government will launch an independent inquiry into lobbying by former PM David Cameron, who allegedly held secret talks with current ministers in a bid to get work for a ...
'Morally repugnant': Sturgeon slams UK govt over Supreme Court challenge to bills passed in Scottish parliament
The UK government has announced a remarkable Supreme Court challenge to two pieces of legislation passed by the Scottish parliament over concerns they may impinge on Westminster...
BBC 'receives 100,000 complaints' over Prince Philip coverage
The BBC has received 100,000 complaints from members of the public over its coverage of the Duke of Edinburgh's death, according to the Sun newspaper.
Water companies illegally dumping sewage in England and Wales' rivers
Water companies have been illegally dumping untreated sewage into rivers in England and Wales, an investigation by BBC Panorama has found.
Apple and Google block UK NHS Covid app update on privacy grounds
An update to the UK’s NHS ‘Track and Trace’ app set to go live on Monday was blocked by Apple and Google due to concerns it violated a privacy rule prohibiting health authoritie...
Greensill: The questions still facing David Cameron
David Cameron broke his silence on Sunday to release a statement on the lobbying controversy swirling around him - but the former prime minister's critics say he still has quest...
Rainy queues, snowy pints, & mad rushes: Brits mock day 1 of Covid lockdown reopening
Brits braved cold weather, rain, and snow in their rush to the shops and pubs on Monday, as Covid-19 lockdown restrictions were loosened in the government’s stage 2 plan.
Minnesota in flames after another police killing
Did Derek Chauvin kill George Floyd, or is heart disease and fentanyl abuse to blame?
China’s ex-ambassador to Britain named special envoy for North Korea
Liu Xiaoming will help coordinate and resolve issues related to the Korean peninsula, according to foreign ministry.
Britain's Prince William, Harry issue statements honoring late Prince Philip
Britain's Prince William and Prince Harry on Monday addressed the death of Prince Philip in separate statements praising their grandfather.
EU, Britain seek to bridge differences over Northern Ireland
Britain and the European Union are slowly working to overcome differences regarding trade flows between Northern Ireland and the British mainland after a month-long legal disput...
UK opens investigation into lobbying and role of former PM Cameron
Britain’s government has opened an independent investigation into failed finance company Greensill Capital after lobbying by former Prime Minister David Cameron raised questions...
Britain and France claim they are fair societies: Anti-Muslim and anti-Black racism say otherwise
The lived experience for millions of people in Britain and France is a far cry from the image that these two nations offer to the world.
Low pay and gig economy Britain-The truth about your job revealed
The pandemic has seen a stark increase in the number of people looking for gig economy work with searches for Uber Eats delivery jobs up 87%, and for Amazon delivery jobs up 500...
Billions in Cuts to UK Aid Would Be 'Devastating Chapter' in Britain's Proud History Tackling NTDs
The UK has always been a leader on neglected tropical diseases. But aid cuts threaten that record.
‘No jab, no job’: The challenges of managing Britain’s partially vaccinated workforce
While some employers demand all staff receive a vaccine, others are more flexible about the return to work after lockdown
How to Apply Cologne the Right Way
Want to smell great all day long? This guide will show you how to apply cologne to achieve a long-lasting and fantastic scent.
Gorgeous Five-Story Penthouse With A Sophisticated Interior Decor
Luxury, sophistication and clean and simple modernity are just a few of the defining characteristics of a wonderful 5-story penthouse located in Cape Town. This is a project com...
Rich Dad Poor Dad Author Thinks Bitcoin Price Will Be $1.2 Million in 5 Years
Robert Kiyosaki, the best-selling author of “Rich Dad Poor Dad,” has predicted that the price of bitcoin will increase to $1.2 million within five years. Kiyosaki revealed that ...
"Hi David...": Personal Texts Between Former UK PM & Chancellor Released Amid Greensill Lobbying Row
In response to a Freedom of Information Request, the released information revealed that Chancellor Rishi Sunak promised ex PM David Cameron " to pushed the team to explore" an a...
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