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This 14-year-old girl won a $25K prize for a discovery that could lead to a cure for Covid-19
As scientists around the world race to find a treatment for the coronavirus, a young girl among them stands out.
Boris Johnson to 'resign in spring because his £150,000 salary is too low'
Boris Johnson is reportedly intending to resign next spring because he thinks his salary is too low, Tory MPs have claimed.
No time for ‘biting around edges’ on Covid-19: Senior adviser urges UK govt to impose national ‘circuit-breaker’ lockdown
Restrictions that were recently introduced in the UK are not enough to stop the rapid spread of coronavirus, a top government adviser has said, calling for a new nationwide lock...
Put aside ‘posturing’ & ‘positioning,’ Cabinet Office Minister Gove tells Greater Manchester leaders amid Covid restrictions row
Michael Gove has blasted the Greater Manchester leadership for “wasting time” instead of saving lives amid a public spat over the newly-unveiled Covid-19 regulations.
By backing housing charity’s ‘Jewish only’ rule, UK court drops the ball. Aren’t we all equal in Britain?
A small legal challenge has turned into a precedent-setting case about whether someone in today’s Britain can be prioritised or denied housing on the basis of their religion.
Nottingham's Banksy artwork: 'We needed something like this'
On Saturday Banksy confirmed a new piece of graffiti on a residential street off Nottingham city centre was by him. By Sunday, the queue to snap a photo of the world-famous arti...
Coronavirus: Police get access to NHS Test and Trace self-isolation data
People in England who have been told to self-isolate through NHS Test and Trace could have their details shared with the police on a "case-by-case basis".
Coronavirus: UK facing 'tough' Christmas, Sage scientist warns
Christmas is unlikely to be the "usual celebration" of "families coming together", a leading scientist has said.
Cabinet Office hiring £60,000 photographer to help boost image
The Cabinet Office is searching for a £60,000-a-year photographer to help boost the Government’s image.
The surprising parts of London where the rich and famous are flocking to
A London estate agent has shed light on where we might spot famous faces - and the areas may surprise you!
9 new totally unrealistic but top ideas to make the Tube even better
The people of London have spoken
Sacha Baron Cohen: This Time He’s Serious
Reviving his Borat character and playing the political activist Abbie Hoffman, the actor feels he “had to ring the alarm bell and say that democracy is in peril this year.”
Britain urged to ban lip fillers and Botox for teenagers
British lawmakers called for a ban on lip fillers and Botox for under-18s on Friday (Oct 16) amid concerns that reality TV stars from shows such as Love Island (2015 to present)...
UK's immigration policies are threatening slavery survivors
To mark Anti-Slavery Day in Britain, dozens of civil society groups are demanding immigration protection for victims of human trafficking
Alarming new data shows the UK was the 'sick man' of Europe even before Covid
A global study has exposed how poorly prepared Britain was for a virus that targets our most vulnerable people, says Lancet editor Richard Horton
The Observer view on a Britain divided by coronavirus
The need for national unity has never been greater, but Boris Johnson’s bungling has fragmented the nation
A U.S. Presidential debate: an amusing old answer to a very actual and relevant question
An amusing answer to a very actual and relevant question, from the good old days when USA had a presidential debate that was something to be proud of...
Stock markets will fall dramatically if US election results contested, Mark Mobius warns
Equity markets will not like a disputed outcome of the US presidential election, and could react with a “dramatic fall,” said Mark Mobius, a veteran investor and founding partne...
Brexit ‘trade talks are over’: UK sees no point in more negotiations unless EU changes its stance
The UK sees no point in continuing trade talks with the EU unless it “fundamentally changes” its position, a spokesman for Britain’s PM Boris Johnson has said, blaming the bloc ...
UK guidance threatens Western freedom and democracy
The UK Department for Education has issued guidance for schools in England, in which it says "schools should not under any circumstance use resources produced by organizations t...
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