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Britons living in Spain faced with post-Brexit reality
Britons are advised to register for healthcare as residents in Spain and have until June 30, 2021 to change their driving licences to Spanish ones.
Budget 2021: Extra £1.6bn for UK's Covid vaccination rollout
The UK's Covid vaccination rollout will receive an extra £1.65bn in the Budget to help it reach its target of offering a first dose to every adult by 31 July.
'I've applied for 50-100 jobs during the pandemic'
Shanique is studying for her master's degree after struggling to find employment.
UK earmarks a further $2.3 billion for its COVID vaccine push
British finance minister Rishi Sunak will announce an extra 1.65 billion pounds ($2.30 billion) to fund the country’s fast vaccination rollout as part of his annual budget state...
What we know and don't know about Covid-19
Over the past year, BBC Future has aimed to go deeper into the science behind the pandemic as it evolved. What have we learnt, and what is still unknown?
Prince Harry tells Oprah he worried history would repeat itself
Prince Harry, who shocked Britain last year when he and his wife Meghan stepped back from royal duties, told U.S. interviewer Oprah Winfrey that he had worried about history rep...
Are the super-rich skipping the vaccine queue?
The super-rich are skipping the queue and jetting abroad for their Covid jab. So are we heading for a vaccine apartheid? Kate Wills reports
It’s time to radically rethink the future of London’s offices
From flexi-working to corporate culture, our first Recovery Board debate examined how Covid has put workplace revolution on the agenda. Let’s make a change, says Jim Armitage
Health Secretary Matt Hancock and NHS Sued Over £23.5 Mln Contract With US Data Firm Linked to CIA
Palantir was set up in 2003 by German-born tech billionaire Peter Thiel and four business associates. It specialises in storing big data and allowing corporations and government...
Budget 2021: Rishi Sunak to inject £126m to boost traineeship scheme
Chancellor Rishi Sunak is set to announce a £126m boost for traineeships in England in his Budget on Wednesday.
Oxford University COVID-19 Lab Reportedly Hacked by Cyber Gang
Researchers have been scrambling to learn more about SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. So far, the deadly virus has infected more than 113 million people worldwide and...
Kim and Kanye cite 'irreconcilable differences' as reason for split
Kim Kardashian and Kanye West are divorcing after six years of marriage, with the official paperwork citing ‘irreconcilable differences’ as the reason behind their split.
A Victoria's Secret Documentary Detailing the Brand's Downfall is Coming to Hulu
The series will give a behind the scenes look at the now-struggling lingerie brand.
Home Office calls out Nigel Farage for 'incorrect' Covid migrant claims
Nigel Farage has been left red-faced after the Home Office called him out over a tweet claiming 12 migrants tested positive for coronavirus when they arrived at Dover.
New York Governor Accused Of Sexual Harassment By Second Woman
A second ex-employee of powerful New York state Governor Andrew Cuomo has accused him of sexual harassment, charges the governor denied on Saturday.
Pupils' families in England to be tested for Covid twice a week
Free rapid tests to be provided to households under plans to reopen schools from 8 March
Prince Harry Revealed The Media "Destroyed" His and Meghan Markle's Mental Health And That's Why They "Stepped Back" From Royal Family
"I did what any husband and father would do - I was like, 'I need to get my family out of here,'" Prince Harry said in his first interview since confirming he and Meghan wouldn'...
More than 50,000 people call for inquiry into use of Queen's consent
Tens of thousands sign petition to investigate mechanism that allows Queen to vet draft laws
Six million accidental savers 'created by Covid crisis'
More than six million people have become "accidental savers" during the pandemic by keeping jobs while facing fewer outgoings, a report has said.
Rishi Sunak indicates furlough scheme could remain beyond April
Ahead of Wednesday’s budget, UK chancellor says he would ‘do whatever it took’ to support workers
Miami’s New Underline Park Carves a Leafy Pathway Through the Heart of the City
A barren space beneath Miami’s Metrorail tracks has been transformed into a lush landscape for relaxation and recreation.
British Sikh 'tortured' in India after arrest must be freed, say MPs
Nearly 140 parliamentarians warn trumped-up charges could result in death penalty for Jagtar Singh Johal
Covid: How this Indian firm is vaccinating the world
As pharmaceutical giants ramp-up production in the race to vaccinate the world, one firm has shot into the lead.
US activists condemn Boris Johnson’s voter ID plan, accuse him of copying Trump
As Boris Johnson prepares to introduce voter ID laws in the UK, US activist groups such as the ACLU have spoken out against the proposal, comparing its proponents to Donald Trum...
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