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Elon Musk overtakes Bill Gates to be world's second-richest person
Further rise in Tesla share price pushes entrepreneur past Microsoft co-founder
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?
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, criticising the government response to the crisis as wasteful...
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.
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
Coronavirus: NI ministers agree lockdown financial support
Stormont ministers have agreed a multi-million pound support package to help people hit by tightened Covid-19 lockdown restrictions.
Disabled children's names revealed in Bristol City Council email
The identities of hundreds of families with disabled children have been shared with other parents without their consent by a council, in a "fundamental breach of trust and data".
Shamima Begum: Return to UK 'a security risk'
Allowing runaway Shamima Begum to return to the UK to challenge her loss of British citizenship "would create significant national security risks", the Supreme Court has been told.
Fans to be allowed at outdoor sports
A maximum of 4,000 fans will be allowed at outdoor events in the lowest-risk areas when the four-week lockdown in England ends on 2 December.
Covid rules 'disregarded' as Swale becomes second worst-hit area
Coronavirus rules are being "wilfully disregarded" in the district with one of the highest infection rates in England, the local council leader said.
Covid-19: PM sets out 'tougher' post-lockdown tiers for England
Gyms and non-essential shops in all parts of England will be allowed to reopen when lockdown ends next month, the prime minister has announced.
Boris warns 'tis the season to be jolly careful' after stricter tiers unveiled
Boris Johnson has warned the country that ’tis the season to be jolly careful’, as he urged Brits to be cautious about coronavirus over Christmas.
Friends forced apart by Covid rules share tea across council border
Two mates separated by Scotland’s ban on movement between high-risk areas have come up with an inventive way of meeting for a chin-wag.
Brits to be offered 'freedom pass' in exchange for frequent testing next month
Exemptions from self-isolation orders in exchange for frequent testing will be offered to some people as early as next month, officials have confirmed.
Plan to allow families and friends in UK to meet for Christmas
Families and friends in all of the four UK nations will be allowed to meet for a small number of days over Christmas. The details have not yet been announced in full — and there's a warning that this will not be a normal festive perio...
Margaret & Diana & Elizabeth & Nancy
Netflix’s The Crown and Showtime’s The Reagans offer four different models of female power colliding with history, and with one another.
UK should tilt foreign policy to Indo-Pacific region, report says
Exclusive: Thinktank urges UK to build democratic counterweight to China’s growing influence
OneWeb satellite internet company is officially reborn
Now owned jointly by UK taxpayers and an Indian conglomerate, OneWeb formally emerges from bankruptcy.
Man of many talents: Twitter exec outed as UK psyops officer turns fiction writer
It’s been announced Gordon MacMillan, senior Twitter staffer by day and military psyops specialist by night, has now turned his hand to commercial fiction.
Iran vows to crush any Israeli attempt to hit its "advisory" role in Syria
Iran on Sunday vowed to defeat any Israeli attempt to harm its role in Syria, saying the era of "hit and run" attacks by Israel there was over, days after Israel carried out air strikes on Syrian army and Iranian paramilitary targets in ...
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