London Daily News
Sunday, Dec 05, 2021
Add Your News
England and Scotland record 10 COVID-19 deaths, 2,297 cases
A further 10 people have died in England and Scotland from COVID-19 and 2,297 new cases have been recorded, official daily data showed on Sunday.
Both case numbers and deaths have been falling in recent weeks in Britain.
On vaccinations, 31.52 million people have had a first dose and 5.38 million have had a second.
Court hears from Epstein’s former house manager as Ghislaine Maxwell trial enters fifth day
The fifth day of testimony in the sex trafficking trial of Ghislaine Maxwell is underway in New York, where a defence lawyer has been cross examining Jeffrey Epstein's former ho...
Is the future of football financing in cryptocurrency?
With examples of football players now being bought, sold, and paid using Bitcoin, we ask the question, is football and crypto a match made in heaven?
UK’s progress on Covid now squandered, warns top scientist
Sir Jeremy Farrar, director of Wellcome Trust, suggests emergence of Omicron variant means pandemic is far from over
Microchip your cat or face fines, UK govt says
The UK government has unveiled a compulsory microchipping plan for domestic cats, designed to make it easier to reunite lost pets with their owners. Those refusing to inject the...
Coronavirus: UK tightens travel rules amid Omicron spread
Travellers heading to the UK will now have to take a Covid test before their departure in an effort to limit spread of the virus, the government has said.
Covid: Doctors' leaders back postponed health checks
Doctors' leaders have welcomed plans to allow GPs in England to defer some services to deliver Covid booster jabs instead.
Public sexual harassment could become criminal offence in England and Wales
Law Commission expected to make proposal as part of its review into hate crime laws
Home Office borders bill could ‘create a British Guantánamo Bay,’ says Tory MP
Former Brexit secretary David Davis says Priti Patel’s controversial plans could foster a situation similar to notorious US detention camp
Fraud: 'I had £18,000 stolen after my drink was spiked'
"Thinking about [what happened] over and over is actually very worrying and quite scary."
British, Jewish: Is anti-Semitism on the rise?
BBC journalist Tom Brada, who happens to be British and Jewish, investigates what's going on.
Priti Patel’s plan to offshore refugees is costly, wrong and doomed to fail
The home secretary’s proposal won’t stop asylum seekers trying to reach the UK. Creating safe legal routes is the solution
Subscribe also to our WhatsApp channel:
Add Your News