Britain advises alternative to Oxford/AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine for under-30s

Wei Shen Lim, COVID-19 Chair for JCVI, said that based on the available data and evidence, the committee has advised that it is preferable for adults aged under 30 with no underlying conditions to…

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Britain adds Bangladesh, Kenya, Pakistan, Philippines to 'red list'

Those who come to Britain from countries on the red list will be refused entry while returning Britons must submit to 10 days of mandatory quarantine in hotels

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UK government to offer £400 million to restore cultural heritage

This money has come from the £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund, which was set up by the government to help the sector survive the losses incurred due to the continuous lockdowns

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UK does not have 'institutional racism'; UK model of racial equality: Downing Street

The report is 264 pages long and has 24 recommendations, but has failed to impress the masses

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Boris Johnson says capitalism, greed gave Britain its vaccine success

Britain has so far mounted the fastest COVID-19 vaccine programme of any big country

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UK's election watchdog asks Conservatives how Johnson paid for apartment's renovation

The commission reportedly urged the party to ascertain whether the expenses fall within the ambit of election body’s regulation

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Sarah Everard case: Britain needs cultural change says Prime Minister Boris Johnson

A serving police officer is set to go on trial in October accused of the kidnap and murder of Everard, whose killing sparked anger and soul-searching about what police, government and society can…

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Why is Britain standing up to China

Johnson’s government said it would 'tilt' its focus towards the Indo-Pacific region as part of its Integrated Review of government policy for the coming years, saying the area increasingly…

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After Brexit, demand for Welsh independence surges

As per the latest poll, approximately 40 per cent of the Welsh people are in favour of parting from Britain due to the difference in social attitudes as a whole and Prime Minister Boris Johnson's…

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Boris Johnson expresses 'highest admiration' for queen after Harry-Meghan interview

Meghan, the wife of Prince Harry, accused Britain's royal family of raising concerns about how dark their son's skin might be and pushing her to the brink of suicide, in a tell-all television…

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UK COVID-19 vaccine rollout expands; over 20 million given at least one dose

Britain announced Sunday that it has given more than 20 million people at least one dose of a coronavirus vaccine, with the rapid rollout providing hope in a country with Europe's highest death…

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'Cautious but irreversible': Johnson sets out England's lockdown exit plan

The announcement is the first big step towards restoring normal life, nearly a year after Johnson imposed the first of three stay-at-home orders that have devastated the country and its economy…

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UK approves trial deliberately exposing volunteers to virus

The aim is to develop more effective vaccines and treatments for COVID-19

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UK PM Boris Johnson planning cautious path out of COVID-19 lockdown

Johnson has come under criticism for acting too quickly to relax measures and too slowly to re-impose them in recent months

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UK rolls out hotel quarantine for 'high risk' country returnees

The new policy requires all UK citizens and permanent residents entering England on a wider travel ban list to self-isolate

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Boris Johnson's India visit to finalise 'Roadmap 2030' for India-UK ties 

Johnson has decided to shorten the length of his planned visit with the bulk of the programme now set to take place during the course of Monday, April 26

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Britain advises alternative to Oxford/AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine for under-30s

Wei Shen Lim, COVID-19 Chair for JCVI, said that based on the available data and evidence, the committee has advised that it is preferable for adults aged under 30 with no underlying conditions to…

Read Article

Britain adds Bangladesh, Kenya, Pakistan, Philippines to 'red list'

Those who come to Britain from countries on the red list will be refused entry while returning Britons must submit to 10 days of mandatory quarantine in hotels

Read Article

UK government to offer £400 million to restore cultural heritage

This money has come from the £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund, which was set up by the government to help the sector survive the losses incurred due to the continuous lockdowns

Read Article

UK does not have 'institutional racism'; UK model of racial equality: Downing Street

The report is 264 pages long and has 24 recommendations, but has failed to impress the masses

Read Article

Boris Johnson says capitalism, greed gave Britain its vaccine success

Britain has so far mounted the fastest COVID-19 vaccine programme of any big country

Read Article

UK's election watchdog asks Conservatives how Johnson paid for apartment's renovation

The commission reportedly urged the party to ascertain whether the expenses fall within the ambit of election body’s regulation

Read Article

Sarah Everard case: Britain needs cultural change says Prime Minister Boris Johnson

A serving police officer is set to go on trial in October accused of the kidnap and murder of Everard, whose killing sparked anger and soul-searching about what police, government and society can…

Read Article

Why is Britain standing up to China

Johnson’s government said it would 'tilt' its focus towards the Indo-Pacific region as part of its Integrated Review of government policy for the coming years, saying the area increasingly…

Read Article

After Brexit, demand for Welsh independence surges

As per the latest poll, approximately 40 per cent of the Welsh people are in favour of parting from Britain due to the difference in social attitudes as a whole and Prime Minister Boris Johnson's…

Read Article

Boris Johnson expresses 'highest admiration' for queen after Harry-Meghan interview

Meghan, the wife of Prince Harry, accused Britain's royal family of raising concerns about how dark their son's skin might be and pushing her to the brink of suicide, in a tell-all television…

Read Article

UK COVID-19 vaccine rollout expands; over 20 million given at least one dose

Britain announced Sunday that it has given more than 20 million people at least one dose of a coronavirus vaccine, with the rapid rollout providing hope in a country with Europe's highest death…

Read Article

'Cautious but irreversible': Johnson sets out England's lockdown exit plan

The announcement is the first big step towards restoring normal life, nearly a year after Johnson imposed the first of three stay-at-home orders that have devastated the country and its economy…

Read Article

UK approves trial deliberately exposing volunteers to virus

The aim is to develop more effective vaccines and treatments for COVID-19

Read Article

UK PM Boris Johnson planning cautious path out of COVID-19 lockdown

Johnson has come under criticism for acting too quickly to relax measures and too slowly to re-impose them in recent months

Read Article

UK rolls out hotel quarantine for 'high risk' country returnees

The new policy requires all UK citizens and permanent residents entering England on a wider travel ban list to self-isolate

Read Article

'Toings, froings and kerfuffle': UK PM Boris Johnson reacts to Trump's impeachment trial

'American democracy is strong and the American constitution is strong and robust,' Johnson said

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'That didn’t occur': UK PM Boris Johnson was sure he would survive coronavirus

'I think one of the features of this illness is that as you undergo it, you don’t realise quite what a state you’re in,' Johnson said

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Britain reiterates US 'concerns' and 'criticism' over WHO COVID-19 mission to China

The WHO probe team suggested the coronavirus might have originated with frozen seafood products, not from a Chinese lab as some, including former US President Donald Trump have claimed

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Study shows variant spreading in Britain could become resistant to vaccines

Public Health England said that the worrisome mutation known as E484K appears to have arisen more than once in the B.1.1.7 coronavirus variants in the United Kingdom

via The New York Times
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Boris Johnson's India visit to finalise 'Roadmap 2030' for India-UK ties 

Johnson has decided to shorten the length of his planned visit with the bulk of the programme now set to take place during the course of Monday, April 26

Read Article

Britain advises alternative to Oxford/AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine for under-30s

Wei Shen Lim, COVID-19 Chair for JCVI, said that based on the available data and evidence, the committee has advised that it is preferable for adults aged under 30 with no underlying conditions to…

Read Article

Britain adds Bangladesh, Kenya, Pakistan, Philippines to 'red list'

Those who come to Britain from countries on the red list will be refused entry while returning Britons must submit to 10 days of mandatory quarantine in hotels

Read Article

UK government to offer £400 million to restore cultural heritage

This money has come from the £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund, which was set up by the government to help the sector survive the losses incurred due to the continuous lockdowns

Read Article

UK does not have 'institutional racism'; UK model of racial equality: Downing Street

The report is 264 pages long and has 24 recommendations, but has failed to impress the masses

Read Article

Boris Johnson says capitalism, greed gave Britain its vaccine success

Britain has so far mounted the fastest COVID-19 vaccine programme of any big country

Read Article

UK's election watchdog asks Conservatives how Johnson paid for apartment's renovation

The commission reportedly urged the party to ascertain whether the expenses fall within the ambit of election body’s regulation

Read Article

Sarah Everard case: Britain needs cultural change says Prime Minister Boris Johnson

A serving police officer is set to go on trial in October accused of the kidnap and murder of Everard, whose killing sparked anger and soul-searching about what police, government and society can…

Read Article

Why is Britain standing up to China

Johnson’s government said it would 'tilt' its focus towards the Indo-Pacific region as part of its Integrated Review of government policy for the coming years, saying the area increasingly…

Read Article

After Brexit, demand for Welsh independence surges

As per the latest poll, approximately 40 per cent of the Welsh people are in favour of parting from Britain due to the difference in social attitudes as a whole and Prime Minister Boris Johnson's…

Read Article

Boris Johnson expresses 'highest admiration' for queen after Harry-Meghan interview

Meghan, the wife of Prince Harry, accused Britain's royal family of raising concerns about how dark their son's skin might be and pushing her to the brink of suicide, in a tell-all television…

Read Article

UK COVID-19 vaccine rollout expands; over 20 million given at least one dose

Britain announced Sunday that it has given more than 20 million people at least one dose of a coronavirus vaccine, with the rapid rollout providing hope in a country with Europe's highest death…

Read Article

'Cautious but irreversible': Johnson sets out England's lockdown exit plan

The announcement is the first big step towards restoring normal life, nearly a year after Johnson imposed the first of three stay-at-home orders that have devastated the country and its economy…

Read Article

UK approves trial deliberately exposing volunteers to virus

The aim is to develop more effective vaccines and treatments for COVID-19

Read Article

UK PM Boris Johnson planning cautious path out of COVID-19 lockdown

Johnson has come under criticism for acting too quickly to relax measures and too slowly to re-impose them in recent months

Read Article

UK rolls out hotel quarantine for 'high risk' country returnees

The new policy requires all UK citizens and permanent residents entering England on a wider travel ban list to self-isolate

Read Article

'Toings, froings and kerfuffle': UK PM Boris Johnson reacts to Trump's impeachment trial

'American democracy is strong and the American constitution is strong and robust,' Johnson said

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'That didn’t occur': UK PM Boris Johnson was sure he would survive coronavirus

'I think one of the features of this illness is that as you undergo it, you don’t realise quite what a state you’re in,' Johnson said

Read Article

Britain reiterates US 'concerns' and 'criticism' over WHO COVID-19 mission to China

The WHO probe team suggested the coronavirus might have originated with frozen seafood products, not from a Chinese lab as some, including former US President Donald Trump have claimed

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Study shows variant spreading in Britain could become resistant to vaccines

Public Health England said that the worrisome mutation known as E484K appears to have arisen more than once in the B.1.1.7 coronavirus variants in the United Kingdom

via The New York Times
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World leaders, former US presidents welcome transfer of power to Joe Biden

Political leaders across the globe are looking forward to the historic transfer of power in the United States -- where Democrat Joe Biden will be sworn in as the 46th US president after four turbul

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After Boris Johnson whines about his low salary, here is how much world leaders earn

After reports claimed that British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is mulling resignation after six months due to his "low salary", here is how much other world leaders earn on an annual basis:

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With Macron as the latest addition, here's full list of world leaders who contracted Covid-19

French President Emmanuel Macron on Thursday became the latest head of the state who contracted Covid-19. 

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Chief characters in Britain's years-long Brexit saga

Britain and the European Union struck a post-Brexit trade deal Thursday that they hope will cushion the economic blow of the UK's imminent departure from the bloc after months of tortuous negotiati

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