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Britain

Sep 25, 2020 18:08
Over 80% of people in Britain are not adhering to self-isolation guidelines when they have Covid-19 symptoms or had contact with someone who has tested positive, a study has found. read more
Sep 25, 2020 14:33
Police said incident occurred while a man was being detained at the Croydon Custody Centre at about 2.15 a.m. The unnamed officer was treated at the scene and taken to hospital where he died. read more
Sep 23, 2020 01:56
The air travel market has shifted toward last-minute bookings, one-way flights and more domestic trips as consumers grapple with fast-moving changes due to the coronavirus pandemic. read more
Sep 22, 2020 13:52
The agency has said it has reasons to believe that the loans Mallya availed from Indian banks were diverted and invested in companies based in countries like the US, UK, and Switzerland read more
Sep 22, 2020 04:59
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is due to make a statement in parliament on Tuesday to announce new measures to deal with the virus, seeking to strike a balance between ensuring public health and preventing further blows to Britain’s battered economy. read more
Sep 21, 2020 16:27
“We should see this as a six-month problem that we have to deal with collectively,” Chris Whitty said during a televised briefing. read more
Sep 18, 2020 20:14
The European Medicines Agency (EMA) said on Friday the drug could be an option to treat adults and adolescents needing oxygen therapy or mechanical ventilation, after concluding its review of results from a trial by British scientists. read more
Sep 18, 2020 14:07
Faster testing could allow more people to return to work or permit testing on entry to hospital, thus slowing a second spike in coronavirus infections. read more
Sep 18, 2020 05:55
The five leading vaccine candidates in late-stage trials will be able to supply 5.9 billion doses, enough to inoculate about three billion people, the Oxfam report said. Some 51% of those jabs have been snapped up by the wealthy world, including the US, Britain, the EU, Australia, Hong Kong and Macau, Japan, Switzerland and Israel. read more
Sep 16, 2020 21:30
Madrid accounts for around one-third of active coronavirus cases in Spain, with a higher incidence in high-density and low-income neighbourhoods, mainly in the south of the city. read more
Sep 16, 2020 17:23
The inquiry will examine the ways in which the UK can prevent British companies from benefiting from forced labour in Xinjiang and support the Uighur diaspora. read more
Sep 15, 2020 20:13
The couple and a business associate, who run two money service companies, appealed against the forfeiture, asserting that the cash was intended for legitimate business accounts, but a court dismissed their claim. read more
Sep 15, 2020 10:42
The Oxford and Imperial vaccines are both being tested in trials through intramuscular injection, but scientists from Imperial said that vaccines delivered via inhalation could potentially deliver a more specialised response. read more
Sep 14, 2020 16:48
Since its launch in May, the project invited people of all ages from across Britain to submit a photographic portrait they had taken during the COVID-19 lockdown that started in March. read more
Sep 13, 2020 19:34
In an article in The Sunday Times, John Major and Tony Blair slammed the current British government for “shaming” the country with legislation that, in places, goes against the very deal it signed to allow for the UK’s smooth departure from the EU earlier this year. read more