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Heathrow busy with people fleeing UK before travel rules change
New pictures have emerged showing hordes of people queueing at Heathrow Airport during lockdown.
Coco Chanel's Legacy Honored in New Book Set
New Chanel book set presses rewind on the brand's history, from Coco Chanel's rise to Karl Lagerfeld's legacy.
Rishi Sunak urged to scrap council tax and stamp duty
Rishi Sunak is coming under pressure to ditch council tax and stamp duty completely.
'Superweed' flooding UK as people switch to cannabis for Dry January
Brits are turning to ‘super weed’ from California to help them get through Dry January in lockdown, it has been reported.
Japanese Influences Grace
The serene, two-bedroom residence outside San Francisco offers the chance to go off-grid in spectacular settings.
UK could face 'gonorrhoea outbreak' after lockdown ends
The UK could face a gonorrhoea outbreak once lockdown comes to an end, as high rates of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) return, medics have claimed.
Volkswagen and Audi are starting to challenge Tesla
The world's largest carmaker is starting to gain ground on Tesla.
Lord Sumption tells woman with stage four cancer her life is 'less valuable'
A former Supreme Court judge and anti-lockdown campaigner has told a woman with stage four bowel cancer that her life was ‘less valuable’ than others.
Capitol riot seen in new shocking footage like never before
Shocking footage released on Sunday offers a new glimpse inside the deadly US Capitol riot, — following the invaders as they search for House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and other lawm...
NHS in most precarious position in its history, says chief executive
Hospitals and staff ‘under extreme pressure’, says Simon Stevens, as over-70s invited to get jabs from Monday
Selena Gomez: Big Tech 'cashing in from evil’
In an exclusive interview with The Associated Press, Gomez said she’s frustrated by what she views as the companies’ lackluster response and that they have to “stop doing the ba...
Gavin Williamson’s ‘incompetence’ has left children hungry
Children have gone hungry because of Gavin Williamson’s “incompetence” as Education Secretary, Labour has said, ahead of a Commons debate on free school meal provision.
Apple CEO responds to Big Tech criticism: No 'intersection' between free speech, incitement of violence
Apple CEO Tim Cook stood by his company's decision to remove alternative social media platform Parler from the App Store, as Big Tech companies face criticism over censorship af...
‘Every UK adult to get dose of coronavirus vaccine by September’
The Government plans to offer a first dose of a coronavirus vaccine to every adult in the UK by September, Dominic Raab said on Sunday.
"Can Be Done": Top US Scientist On Biden's 100 Million Doses In 100 Days Goal
While US health authorities succeeded in testing and confirming the safety and effectiveness of two new vaccines in record time, an ambitious effort to quickly inoculate million...
Britain invites G7 leaders to Cornish resort for June summit
Britain announced plans to hold the first in-person meeting of the G7 for nearly two years in June, inviting the leaders of major developed economies to a picturesque seaside vi...
Apple Chief Tim Cook Says Parler Could Return To App Store With "Reforms"
Apple suspended all downloads of the Parler app following the attack on the US Capitol on January 6, citing postings on the platform that could incite further violence. Google a...
UK must not do trade deals with rights abusers, foreign minister says
Britain should not engage in free trade with countries that abuse human rights, but proposals that the country’s courts should decide whether genocide has been committed by trad...
Joe Biden to blitz controversial Donald Trump policies hours after entering Oval Office
The new president will redirect the country in the wake of Donald Trump's presidency without waiting for Congress.
Arrests at Birmingham anti-lockdown protest
Eleven people have been arrested after an anti-lockdown protest in Birmingham.
Meet The Model Pushing For Opportunities For Creative People With Disabilities
"If your whole team looks like you, that’s a problem. The world is so diverse, and that should be celebrated. "
Coronavirus: Concerns over bosses breaking Covid safety rules
Concerns have been raised about employees forced to go into workplaces that are not Covid-compliant during lockdown.
Biden to replace Trump may encourage investors to sell Microsoft shares and buy Amazon shares instead
The Trump administration skyrocketed the value of Microsoft's shares, transferring to them the web hosting services of government servers that had hitherto been served exclusive...
Covid: Church of England services hit by pandemic
More than half of the Church of England's 14,000 parishes will not open for Sunday services later, as places of worship are hit hard by Covid-19.
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