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How will covid-19 change travel?
The covid-19 pandemic has devastated the travel industry. But as vaccines are rolled out and global travel slowly picks up, how will the industry evolve, and will holidays ever ...
Harry: We did not walk way... I did what any husband would do
The Duke of Sussex says life is in public service - but he left UK because his mental health was being destroyed
Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla On Covid Vaccine: Extended Interview
In an exclusive interview with Lester Holt, Pfizer Chairman and CEO Albert Bourla discusses the company’s Covid-19 vaccine — including the potential for a booster shot, vaccine ...
BitCoin blackmailer who threatened to blow up NHS hospital sentenced
A Dark Web blackmailer who threatened to blow up a British hospital at the start of the pandemic if a £10 million BitCoin ransom was not paid has been sentenced to three years i...
Biden will follow Trump’s policy to support Saudi Mohammed bin Salman for Jamal Khashoggi’s killing
President Biden won’t risk ties to Saudi Arabia by punishing Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for Jamal Khashoggi’s killing, administration officials said, despite intelligence ...
Could Facebook's news row in Australia replicate itself in Europe?
Facebook's move to ban news sites from its platform in Australia was a chilling warning for those who fear the same censorship and democracy blackout could happen in Europe.
Saudi Says It "Completely Rejects" US Assessment On Khashoggi Murder
Saudi Arabia has previously said the murder was a rogue operation and has vehemently denied the crown prince was involved.
Britain risks creating new Guantánamo in Syria, says rights group
Charity Reprieve criticises government’s ‘abdication of responsibility’ over Shamima Begum
Judge In Google Case Disturbed That Even "Incognito" Users Are Tracked
The Alphabet Inc. unit says activating the stealth mode in Chrome, or "private browsing" in other browsers, means the company won't "remember your activity."
Beware of social media: warning for UK dog owners as thefts rise
Police say people should be wary of posting pictures of pets online that could reveal their location
Customers are reporting credit-card payment crashes at restaurants and stores across the US, including Chick-fil-A and Ikea
Customers are reporting they can't purchase food or products at some places because they're not accepting credit cards.
NHS faces questions over Covid infections contracted in hospital
As families seek answers, number of cases and alleged failings cause concern in England
Pfizer Covid Vaccine Reduces Transmission After One Dose
Researchers analysed results from thousands of COVID-19 tests carried out each week as part of hospital screenings of healthcare staff in Cambridge, eastern England.
Sunak to use budget to start repairing UK's public finances
Corporation tax and capital gains tax expected to rise as chancellor begins huge task of repaying Covid debt
10 things to buy now to look your best post-lockdown
The end is in sight! Late spring socialising is, tentatively, back on the agenda and when we emerge from our cocoons we’ll all be in need of a style reboot. Trackpants, begone —...
Justice secretary defends Matt Hancock over breach of law
Robert Buckland says government often acts unlawfully and key thing is that it learns from court rulings
Bill Gates: I’d rather invest in vaccines than Bitcoin
Bill Gates says he’d prefer to invest in vaccines than Bitcoin.
Shamima Begum ruling sets dangerous precedent, say legal experts
Analysis: decision not to allow Begum back into UK seems to give complete discretion to home secretary
Former Spanish king pays €4.4 million in bid to settle tax situation
The payment marks Juan Carlos I's second attempt to regularise past undeclared income.
'Do not wreck this now': Van-Tam warns against giving up on Covid rules
Adviser calls for continued adherence to lockdown, as age-based phase 2 of vaccine programme announced
A Canadian Couple Launch a Tiny Home Company With a Clever 268-Square-Foot Dwelling
Connoisseurs of living tiny, Heather and Kevin Fritz started their own design-build business to offer truly custom solutions.
Digital Covid certificate could be key to Gatwick recovery, says boss
Stewart Wingate expresses optimism for summer despite airport reporting £526m pre-tax loss
Opinion: Australia's Big Tech crackdown is no model to emulate
Australia's decision to make Google and Facebook pay for news has been hailed by many as a triumph for journalism. The reality is a bit more complicated, though, says Kate Fergu...
Covid: Vaccinating by age not job 'will save the most lives'
The UK's decision not to prioritise key workers such as teachers or police officers for a Covid jab is "the moral thing to do" and will "save the most lives", the health secreta...
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