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Can the U.S. Keep Adding Debt Forever?
As lawmakers prepare for another hike in the U.S. debt ceiling, WSJ's Greg Ip explains why it’s economically feasible for the U.S. to keep borrowing, as long as interest rates stay low.
EU plane to be deployed over Channel after migrant deaths
A plane operated by EU border agency Frontex will be deployed over the Channel to better identify smuggling networks, said the French interior minister at a meeting with Europea...
WHO: Omicron poses 'very high' global risk, countries must prepare
The Omicron variant is likely to spread internationally, posing a "very high" global risk where Covid-19 surges could have "severe consequences" in some areas, the World Health ...
The Deadly Myth That Human Error Causes Most Car Crashes
Every year thousands of Americans die on the roads. Individuals take the blame for systemic problems.
Covid: Third case of Omicron variant detected in the UK
A third case of the Omicron coronavirus variant has been detected in the UK, the Health Security Agency has said.
As China Speeds Up Nuclear Arms Race, the U.S. Wants to Talk
The Pentagon thinks Beijing may build 1,000 or more weapons by 2030. But it’s the new technologies that worry strategists.
UK’s ‘double talk’ on Channel crisis must stop, says French interior minister
Exclusive: Gérald Darmanin says UK ministers must stop saying one thing in private while insulting his country in public
Can cafe culture and more social opportunities save the high street?
The number of retail stores has fallen 7% since 2013, but the number of independent cafes and tearooms has risen 10%.
UK unveils new mask mandate and Covid testing rules, citing Omicron
The UK has announced new Covid-19 restrictions in light of the Omicron variant, including the introduction of masks in public spaces, and the testing of all people arriving in t...
Deliveroo picks Goldman as broker despite US bank's role on IPO flop
The London-listed food delivery app is close to naming Goldman and Barclays as joint corporate brokers eight months after its calamitous flotation, Sky News learns.
Covid: Britons who refuse to wear a mask ‘face fines of £200’
Britons who refuse to wear a face mask could will face fines of £200 as the Government tightens Covid restrictions to contain the Omicron variant, according to a report.
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