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COVID-19: AstraZeneca boss says UK could have vaccinated 30 million people by March
Delays in vaccine supply have sparked a row between two pharmaceutical firms, the UK and the European Union.
Ted Cruz blast UN Nominee for Paid Speech to Chinese Government Funded Organization
Alarm as world scrambles for vaccines
Like last year's stampede to grab a share of facial masks and protective clothes, the scramble for Covid vaccines is heating up at alarming speed as the number of coronavirus in...
Covid: Would-be travellers must prove journey is essential
People wishing to travel out of the UK will first be required to declare their reason for travel and prove it is essential, the home secretary has said.
Emotet botnet taken down by international police swoop
Police have seized thousands of computers running one of the most dangerous hacking networks worldwide.
Coronavirus: EU demands UK-made AstraZeneca vaccine doses
The EU has urged pharmaceutical firm AstraZeneca to supply it with more doses of its Covid-19 vaccine from UK plants, amid a row over shortages.
Nia Dennis: US gymnast's 'black excellence' routine goes viral
A US gymnast's routine celebrating "black excellence" has gone viral, with millions of views on social media.
The coming collapse of the ‘Five Eyes’ club of nations
The United Kingdom, the United States and Canada may be far more unstable than China.
Italian doctor arrested for giving lethal drugs to 2 patients
AN Italian ER doctor was arrested Monday on suspicion of administering lethal drugs to two COVID-19 patients at a public hospital at Montichiari in the province of Brescia north...
Victims lose average of £45,000 in investment scams
Victims lost an average of £45,242 last year after investing with fraudsters imitating genuine investment firms.
"Roz" Brewer will become only the 2nd Black woman to permanently lead a Fortune 500 company
It's a stark reminder of how far corporate America's top decision-makers have to go.
Goldman Sachs boss gets $10m pay cut for 1MDB scandal
Goldman Sachs' chief executive David Solomon will get a $10m (£7.3m) pay cut for the bank's involvement in the 1MDB corruption scandal.
It's time for Europe to take private data from the hands of powerful tech monopolies and give it back to the people
People should be able to own their own private data, instead of being forced to hand it to tech giants like Facebook and Google.
Grindr faces £8.5m fine for selling user data
LGBT dating app Grindr faces an £8.5m fine for illegally selling user data to advertisers.
The White House is 'monitoring the situation' with GameStop and the stock market
White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Wednesday that Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen was "monitoring the situation" around the GameStop-related changes in the stock market.
Beware fake Covid vaccination invites, NHS warns
The NHS has warned people to be vigilant about fake invitations to have the coronavirus vaccination, sent by scammers.
Facebook News feature launches in UK
Facebook News, the social network's dedicated section for news content, is launching in the UK.
Proud Boys leader Enrique Tarrio was an FBI informant
Extremist leader repeatedly worked undercover for investigators after his arrest in 2012, former prosecutor and court files reveal
Rape prosecution changes by CPS unlawful, court told
Changes were made to rape prosecution policy that led to a "shocking" fall in offences before courts in England and Wales, the Court of Appeal has heard.
Rick Owens Embraces Darkness in his Men's Fall/Winter 2021 Collection
The designer captures the current moment in his moody Fall/Winter 2021 collection.
Insurers defend covering ransomware payments
The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has defended the inclusion of ransomware payments in first-party cyber-insurance policies.
Change to Portugal’s golden visa scheme to hit property market
New rule, which comes into effect in July, excludes the capital Lisbon and Porto from qualified destinations for property investments.
Covid: Archbishops call for daily prayer after 100,000 UK deaths
The Church of England's archbishops have urged the public to reflect on the "enormity" of the pandemic, after the official number of coronavirus deaths in the UK passed 100,000.
Blackrock chief: ‘How Covid could help save the planet’
The pandemic has exacted a terrible toll on human life and livelihoods. It is hard to see how anything that could possibly be described as positive could come out of such a deva...
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