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US Recommends "Pause" In Use Of Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Over Clot Fears
The US Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control are assessing the "potential significance" of six reported cases of a rare blood clot in patients who hav...
UK Police Hunt For Thieves Who Stole World's Biggest Rabbit
West Mercia Police said they were appealing for information after the brown-and-white bunny disappeared on Saturday night from his pen in Stoulton in central England.
UK adds Pakistan to 21 high-risk states list
The UK government has added Pakistan to the list of undesirable 21 high-risk countries with unsatisfactory money laundering and terrorist financing controls.
Brussels faces soaring costs for Pfizer's Covid vaccine
Contracts for 900m jabs are now being signed at a price of €19.50, the Bulgarian prime minister claimed
Bank of Ireland is first to allow asylum seekers open accounts
Bank of Ireland will allow asylum seekers to open bank accounts from May 14.
Northern Ireland violence: What's happening and why?
Covid: People 45 or over in England invited to book vaccine
People aged 45 or over in England will now be invited to get a Covid jab, Health Secretary Matt Hancock has said.
Two directors to step down at Suffolk hospital hit by ‘witch-hunt’ claims
Pair leaving posts ahead of publication of review into search for whistleblower at Matt Hancock’s local hospital
‘A gift to anti-vaxxers’: BoJo angers Brits after claiming lockdown NOT vaccinations reduced Covid cases
Boris Johnson is facing heavy criticism after telling weary Brits that the reduction in Covid-19 cases and deaths was not due to the UK’s massive vaccination program, but the re...
Britain reports 2,472 new COVID cases, 23 further deaths
Britain reported 2,472 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday, down from 3,568 a day earlier, government data showed, adding that a further 23 people had died within 28 days of a positiv...
New British fighter jet may get LASERS to zap Putin and Kim's hypersonic missile
BRITAIN'S next fighter plane could be armed with lasers designed to zap hypersonic missiles out of the sky.
NHS website goes down after England's over 45s invited to book Covid jab
After receiving an invitation to book their Covid-19 vaccinations online, England's over 45s found themselves unable to make an appointment, as the NHS website suffered technica...
UK economy grew in February as firms readied for lockdown easing
Britain’s economy grew by 0.4% in February from January as companies prepared for the lifting of a third coronavirus lockdown, according to official data which also showed a par...
Leaving EU behind! Brexit Britain on brink of historic post-lockdown growth surge
BREXIT Britain is on the cusp of achieving historic post-lockdown economic growth, economists have predicted.
Government disbands LGBT advisory panel after resignations
Ministers promise to replace panel after three advisers quit amid delay in banning ‘conversion practices’
Students returning to university in England from 17 May
Students on all university courses in England will return "no earlier than 17 May", the government has announced.
Britain to undertake deep-dive review of financial market after Brexit
Britain’s Financial Conduct Authority will undertake a root-and-branch review of the UK capital market following Brexit to help attract more foreign company listings, a senior r...
Covid: Travel ban in Scotland to be eased from Friday
The Covid-19 restriction on travelling around Scotland are to be relaxed from Friday, while people are to be allowed to meet up in larger groups outdoors.
‘It’s his turf’: why London’s mayoral race is personal for Boris Johnson
Analysis: at the root of the PM’s outburst against Sadiq Khan is his anger at the Tories’ expected humbling in May
Should governments rethink their coronavirus vaccine rollouts?
China's top health official had admitted domestically produced jabs have low rates of protection.
France’s ban on short flights should be a wake-up call for Britain
Instead of stopping unnecessary air travel, the UK is considering measures that would make it cheaper
Tamara Ecclestone burglary: Italian man admits £26m celebrity raids
An Italian man has been convicted over his role in one of the biggest domestic burglaries in English legal history.
Greensill: Top civil servant 'joined firm before quitting'
A top civil servant joined financial firm Greensill Capital as an adviser while still working for the government, a lobbying watchdog has revealed.
CNN Director Admits on video that they faked Trump and Biden coverage as a “propaganda” to “take down Trump”.
CNN Director: “[Trump’s] hand was shaking...We brought in so many medical people to tell a story that was all speculation -- that he was neurologically damaged, and he was losin...
Edinburgh's International Festival to be outdoors with shorter shows
The Edinburgh International Festival will return to the capital this summer with huge outdoor marquees to stage events.
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