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We asked the Department of Transport (DFT) why Turkey is still on the red list, as anger grows over the decision.  India, Bahrain, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates were all moved from the red list to the amber list, opening them up to vaccinated visitors in the last travel...
06.08.2021
Authorities are urging people not to take illegal drugs on nights out following the death of a man in London over the weekend and a number of recent warnings about a “dangerous” batch of blue “Tesla” ecstasy pills in circulation across England. A 21-year-old man died and two others were taken to hospital after...
02.08.2021
Fully vaccinated travellers from the US and EU can now arrive in the UK without having to isolate. The new rules came into effect at 4am on Monday but they have not yet been met by a reciprocal easing of restrictions for travellers from the UK. The new rule applies...
02.08.2021
Young adults were on Friday warned that they will be grounded in Britain if they do not get the Covid-19 jab. Transport Secretary Grant Shapps stressed that people who do not get inoculated will be unable to fly to most, if not all, countries. He highlighted Britain’s world-leading vaccine roll-out, which has so far...
30.07.2021
A money launderer who was caught trying to smuggle almost £2 million out of the UK in her suitcases has been jailed for almost three years. The National Crime Agency’s investigation into Tara Hanlon, age 30 and from Leeds, began in October 2020 after she was stopped from boarding a...
27.07.2021
Selfridges’ billionaire owners, the Weston family, have launched a formal auction to sell the historic department store business. It is understood that advisers at Credit Suisse will start looking for a buyer, with the company valued at as much as £4 billion. They will send out information memoranda – documents used to pitch the...
26.07.2021
Parts of London inundated for second time in less than a month Torrential showers and thunderstorms have caused flooding across parts of London, with two hospitals declaring major incidents as a result of the downpours. Both Newham and Whipps Cross Hospitals in the east of the city urged patients to seek...
26.07.2021
Supermarket depot workers and food manufacturers in England will be exempt from quarantine rules as the government tries to prevent food supply problems. Up to 10,000 staff are expected to qualify for the scheme, but supermarket workers are not included. The move comes after the high number of retail staff self-isolating affected...
23.07.2021
ON Monday July 19, Boris Johnson lifted the vast majority of the remaining Covid-19 restrictions in England, as the country moved to step four of its coronavirus lockdown roadmap. However, the prime minister warned cases are set to rise even if restrictions including social distancing and the legal requirement to wear face masks...
22.07.2021
Travellers returning from red list destinations could be facing paying an extra £500 to pay for their quarantine hotel stay. Under plans reportedly being considered, the price could increase to more than £2,250 in a bid to stop people from making ‘unnecessary trips’ to high-risk countries. Ministers are said to...
22.07.2021
IN his clinic in London, dermatology expert Dr Benar who is also well known for his aesthetic treatments of famous models and movie stars gave a warning for those enjoying the sunshine. The  Turkish Cypriot doctor said “Sunburns are a visible reaction on the skin as a result of exposure...
21.07.2021
96 people have died within 28 days of the positive test, according to the government official statics.  Another 46,558  Covid cases have been reported in the latest 24-hour period. The number of people hospitalized was  745, the latest figures of hospitalisation are for July 14. Over 1 million people were...
20.07.2021
Parts of the UK could reach a sweltering 33C (91.4F) today, hotter than some of Europe’s top holiday destinations as well as Istanbul, Turkey which is forecasted temperatures for 30C. It comes after the Met Office issued a new-style extreme heat weather warning and told people to watch out for...
20.07.2021
Millions of Muslims in the UK will be celebrating the Eid al-Adha as known as “Kurban Bayramı” in Turkish, which marks the end of Hajj, the five-day pilgrimage Muslims undertake to cleanse the soul of sins and instil a sense of equality and brotherhood. Eid al-Adha commemorates the story of...
20.07.2021
More than 430 migrants sailed across the English Channel to the UK on Monday. The number set a new single-day record, passing the previous daily high of 416 set in September last year, according to data compiled by the PA news agency. Monday’s figure included a group of around 50...
20.07.2021
Clinically vulnerable children and those living with at-risk adults will be offered a Covid-19 vaccine – but most teenagers will not, Nadhim Zahawi has announced. The vaccines minister told MPs that the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JVCI) has recommended that children “at an increased risk of serious Covid-19...
19.07.2021
The UK has reported another 39,950 Covid cases and 19 more coronavirus-related deaths in the latest 24-hour period. The number of people hospitalized was  742, the latest figures of hospitalisation are for July 13. Over 1 million people were tested in the last 24 hour period. Just 18,186 people received...
19.07.2021
Temperatures will continue to soar across the UK after a weekend which saw all four nations record the hottest day of the year. Sunseekers have been flocking to beaches to soak up the sun as a high of of 31.6C (88.9F) was recorded at Heathrow in London. Forecasters predict the...
19.07.2021