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Boris Johnson reveal new variant found in UK appears to be more deadly than the first
Boris Johnson reveals more details about deadlier new variant - and admits we'll have to live with COVID for a 'long while to come' and the new variant found in UK appears to be...
Reaction To Amanda Gorman's Inauguration Poem
During ET Canada Live, Roz Weston, Graeme O'Neil and Keshia Chante take a look at the celeb reaction to Amanda Gorman's Inauguration poem, including shoutouts from Oprah Winfrey...
Google threatens to withdraw search engine from Australia; Australia might be the first fake-free internet!
The tech giant says it will remove its main search function from Australia if it passes a new law that force them to pay for the products they are stealing and selling. Australi...
Sen. Bernie Sanders Reacts to His Photograph Becoming a Viral Meme
Sen. Bernie Sanders reacts to his inauguration photo becoming a meme, goes over the positives he’s seen in President Joe Biden so far and explains how the government can unite p...
Tesco apologises after mum nearly feeds baby formula three months out of date
A mum was shocked to discover formula milk she bought for her baby was three months out of date.
Two-day bitcoin sell-off wipes out over $100 billion from the entire crypto market
The price of bitcoin slipped 10% in two days to fall below the $32,000 level for the first time since Jan. 11.
Boris refuses to rule out extending lockdown until summer
Boris Johnson has hinted that lockdown could last until the summer.
Alibaba stock spikes after Jack Ma resurfaces
Chinese billionaire Jack Ma resurfaced in an online video after staying out of the public eye for months -- fueling rumors that he was missing.
Assaults on emergency workers most common Covid crime
Assaults on emergency workers made up more than a quarter of Covid-related crimes prosecuted during the first six months of the pandemic, figures show.
'Overjoyed': Hear from poet who stole the show at inauguration
CNN's Anderson Cooper speaks with Amanda Gorman, the nation's first-ever youth poet laureate, after she delivered a poem at the inauguration of President Joe Biden
Slave trader statues in City of London to be removed
The City of London Corporation has voted to remove the statues of two slave traders from its headquarters.
7 Interior Design Trends Everyone Will Be Trying in 2021, According to Experts
Designers weigh in on the most popular decorating styles, colors, and materials you can look forward to in the coming year.
Schools will be given two weeks notice before pupils can return
Pupils could find out if they will return to learning in school within the next week, the Education Secretary has said.
How to Dress Like an Aquarius
Enter Aquarius season with the unique Air sign's experimental style.
Malware reportedly found on laptops given to children in England
Investigation launched after teachers warn of worm on devices handed out for home schooling
Ministers could pay £500 to everyone with Covid in England
Exclusive: universal payment is ‘preferred position’ of DHSC in effort to help people self-isolate
Biden Believes there is only one true, and no one should challenge what the Democrats believe is the true
Former Obama speechwriter Ben Rhodes discusses the importance of Biden's inauguration speech, and what the Biden administration needs to do to regain faith in our democracy: mor...
Covid: £800 house party fines to be introduced in England
Fines of £800 for anyone attending a house party of more than 15 people will be introduced in England from next week, under new Covid measures.
Trump arrives in Florida as a citizen
Donald Trump left the White House as president and arrived in Florida a citizen after his term ended with Biden's inauguration.
Covid: 'Too early' to say if lockdown will end in spring - Boris Johnson
It is "too early" to say whether England's Covid restrictions will be able to end in the spring, Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said.
Avril Haines hints at bipartisan national security policy
It is time to operate in the world of facts.
UK risks sparking diplomatic row after refusing to grant EU officials full diplomatic status
The UK has risked starting a row with the European Union, after refusing to grant full diplomatic status to João Vale de Almeida, the EU’s representative to the UK, as is tradit...
Volkswagen boss joins Twitter with a jab at Elon Musk
Herbert Diess boasts about knocking Tesla down a peg in Europe
Schools will be the first to reopen, says UK education minister, but high rate of Covid infection means timeline still unclear
The British education secretary has said schools will be given a two-week warning before reopening, but getting kids back into class is the government’s priority when lockdown i...
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