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Britain relaxes coronavirus rules over Christmas despite infection risk
Limits on travel and socialising will be eased for five days during the festive period, and up to three households can form a ‘Christmas bubble’.
'Know the challenge': UK government's website warns tech firms over risks of China expansion & investment
The British government has launched a website that tells UK digital and tech businesses how to manage "risks" regarding receiving investment from China.
Senior MEPs threaten to veto unbalanced Brexit deal
Luxembourgian MEP Christophe Hansen, who sits on the European Parliament’s international trade committee, has warned Michel Barnier that senior MEPs are ready to block a Brexit ...
'Absolute disgrace!' UK MP's angry outburst after seeing 'elderly anti-lockdown' protester bundled into police van (VIDEOS)
A Tory MP has called for British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Home Secretary Priti Patel to intervene after an "elderly anti-lockdown" protester was forcefully arrested outs...
Rishi Sunak's Spending Review: Four things to look out for
On Wednesday, Chancellor Rishi Sunak begins setting out plans for what he hopes will be an economy beyond Covid-19.
Celebrity burglary trial: Woman arrested wearing Ecclestone earrings
A woman linked to burglaries on three celebrities' homes was wearing Tamara Ecclestone's rose gold earrings when she was arrested, a court has heard.
Should women be entitled to period leave? These countries think so
Sachimi Mochizuki has worked in Japan for two decades, but she's never taken a day off for her period.
Benefit scams worth £1bn foiled during lockdown
As much as £1bn in benefit fraud has been prevented from being paid to organised-crime groups in recent months.
‘Collapse’ in secondary school attendance warning
More than one in five secondary pupils in England missed school last week, with worsening Covid disruption.
Deaths in UK 'a fifth higher than normal levels'
The total number of deaths occurring in the UK is nearly a fifth above normal levels, latest figures show.
Scotland is making tampons and pads free
Scotland has become the first country to allow free and universal access to menstrual products, including tampons and pads, in public facilities, a landmark victory for the glob...
Senior Government lawyer caught 'upskirting' on Tube allowed to keep job
A senior Government lawyer caught ‘upskirting’ on the Tube while advising ministers on trade deals in the lead-up to Brexit has been allowed to keep his job.
Police chief 'caught having affair with officer' after doorbell cam records them
A police sergeant was allegedly caught having an affair with a married deputy chief constable after her husband heard their conversation through their doorbell camera.
Best friends have sent each other the same Christmas card for 50 years
Two best friends have been sending each other the same Christmas card back and forth for more than 50 years.
Three generations of the same family killed by coronavirus in a week
A heartbroken family have been struck by a triple coronavirus tragedy, after three generations died from the virus in the space of a week.
Over $427 Billion is Lost To Tax Havens Every Year
As governments around the globe face budgetary pressures due to the COVID-19 public health crisis, the urgency to crack down on tax havens – responsible for an estimated loss of...
Elon Musk overtakes Bill Gates to be world's second-richest person
Further rise in Tesla share price pushes entrepreneur past Microsoft co-founder
International Travelers Will Need To Be Vaccinated Against Covid, Says Qantas Chief
Qantas CEO Alan Joyce said late Monday the Australian flag carrier would implement the measure once a coronavirus vaccine was made available to the public.
Coronavirus: Post-lockdown plans revealed as Oxford vaccine breakthrough announced - BBC Newsnight
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has unveils a post-lockdown plan and a third breakthrough vaccine is announced. But is a return to normality really in sight?
Janet Yellen's first battle is already taking shape
President-elect Joe Biden has made the historic decision to tap Janet Yellen, former chair of the Federal Reserve, as his Treasury Secretary. She doesn't have an easy job ahead ...
Britain must rebuild economy with an eye on debt levels, Labour says
Britain must rebuild its economy after the COVID-19 pandemic with one eye on rising deficit and debt levels, the opposition Labour Party’s finance policy chief said on Monday, c...
Tesla's market value tops $500 billion for the first time
Tesla may be the new kid on the block in the auto industry, but it's quickly become a big kid on Wall Street.
What can multiculturalism offer in the fight against racism in Britain?
Claims about the failure of multiculturalism are persistent yet, they are also consistently inaccurate.
Apple’s Chief Security Officer Charged With Bribery for Gun Permits
Apple’s head of global security has been indicted on felony charges for allegedly offering bribes to California police officers in exchange for concealed firearms licenses, the ...
Britain to introduce coronavirus three-tier regional system as England prepares to exit lockdown
System will help government ride out winter as distribution of the new vaccine commences
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