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WHO says Covid still 'very dangerous virus' and we're only at 'halfway mark'
As the government scraps the majority of the remaining Covid restrictions this week, the WHO has rejected claims the pandemic is over
NATO allies put forces on standby as tensions rise over Ukraine crisis
NATO announced on Monday that some member countries are putting forces on standby and sending additional ships and fighter jets to eastern Europe as the United Kingdom and the United States ordered diplomats' families to withdraw from Uk...
Nusrat Ghani: PM orders Cabinet Office to investigate 'Muslimness' claim
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has ordered a Cabinet Office inquiry into claims made by a Muslim MP who says her faith was given as a reason for her sacking as a minister in 2020.
I don’t trust PM not to leak interview with Sue Gray, says Cummings
Former No 10 adviser says he will only submit written evidence to Downing Street parties inquiry
UK PM Johnson had a birthday party during lockdown, ITV News says
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson had a birthday party during the first COVID-19 lockdown in June 2020 when social gatherings indoors were banned, ITV News reported on Monday.
Nato reinforces eastern borders as Ukraine tensions mount
US aircraft carrier joins patrol activities in Mediterranean, while Russia prepares for naval exercises
Assailed by scandal, UK's Johnson fights for his job
Britain's Boris Johnson was fighting to shore up his premiership on Monday after his office said his birthday in 2020 was marked by a gathering in Downing Street, adding fuel to an investigation into government parties during COVID-19 lo...
UK scrapping Covid tests for some travelers
Boris Johnson praised his government for making ‘big calls’ and taking ‘tough decisions’
Dominic Raab refuses to confirm full publication of Sue Gray partygate report
Deputy PM promises ‘full transparency’ but says it is for Boris Johnson to decide how much detail is released to the public
PM facing calls to ensure all evidence is published in No 10 parties inquiry
Labour and Lib Dems call for full transparency as it emerges Sue Gray’s report may just summarise findings
Boris Johnson is facing a make-or-break moment with report due into 'Partygate' scandal
It could be a crucial week for Boris Johnson in his battle to stay in power.
Calls for Tory Islamophobia inquiry as PM drawn into Nusrat Ghani row
Former minister says she made clear party complaints process was not the right way to tackle her allegations
'Stop Boris': Banners protesting UK PM Boris Johnson flown over Premier League games
Banners protesting UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson were flown over Premier League games on Saturday.
Gavin Williamson tied new school funding to party vote, says Tory defector
Bury South MP says former education secretary warned disloyalty over free school meals vote risked losing new high school
Inflation is soaring. Should the Fed unleash 'shock and awe'?
The Bank of England has already started to raise interest rates to fight inflation. The Federal Reserve is likely to follow soon. But how aggressive will America's central bank be?
Fauci predicts ‘a bit more pain & suffering’ for unvaccinated
White House health advisor is ‘confident’ there are only weeks until Omicron hits its peak
1,000s of unvaccinated NHS staff may be fired later than expected
Prime Minister Boris Johnson allegedly fears a coup if he goes too far with his Covid-19 policies
No 10's attempts to save Boris Johnson are illegal, says head of sleaze watchdog
A dozen Tory MPs are said to have accused party whips of trying to blackmail them in an attempt to keep Boris Johnson in power.
Call to delay compulsory Covid vaccines for NHS staff
The deadline for health workers to have a Covid vaccination should be delayed to prevent staff shortages in England, the Royal College of GPs has said.
Tory MPs back calls for criminal investigation into partygate
Metropolitan police say they will wait for Sue Gray to issue report into lockdown parties but backbenchers want action now
Johnson’s govt accused of threatening a dozen rebel Tory MPs
House of Commons Standards Committee chair Chris Bryant said it had “abandoned its moral compass,” having allegedly “blackmailed” disgruntled lawmakers to save the PM
UK lawmaker says she was sacked from ministerial job for her 'Muslimness'
A British lawmaker has said she was fired from a ministerial job in Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Conservative government partly because her Muslim faith was making colleagues uncomfortable, the Sunday Times reported.
Scotland split on support for independence, poll shows
A poll on support for Scottish independence found voters are split on the idea, with backing for Yes and No at 46% while 8% remain undecided, Savanta ComRes said on Friday.
UK Foreign Secretary Truss says she fully supports PM Johnson
UK Foreign Secretary Elizabeth Truss voiced on Friday her full support for embattled Prime Minister Boris Johnson, saying he was doing a fantastic job and there was no contest for the leadership.
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