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A monolith has mysteriously appeared in Britain – just days after similar ones were spotted in the US and Romania. The unusual mirrored structure was discovered on the Isle of Wight, an island off the south coast of England. Resident Alexia Fishwick said she “was dumbstruck” when she came across...
07.12.2020
Talks between the UK and EU have resumed, as the two sides make a final bid to reach a post-Brexit trade deal. Disputes over fishing and business rules are continuing, but the UK government said an agreement was “still possible” with time in “short supply”. The EU mood was described...
07.12.2020
Christmas shoppers flooded England’s high streets for the first weekend since lockdown was lifted and non-essential stores were allowed to reopen. Despite the difficulties of the pandemic, retail experts predicted £1.5bn would be spent in shops nationwide on Saturday. Taking advantage of the first non-working day to do their Christmas...
05.12.2020
Boris Johnson and European Commission president  Ursula von der Leyen have agreed to make a final push to resolve “significant differences” on key issues standing in the way of a Brexit deal before the end of the year. Following a telephone call lasting more than an hour, the two leaders acknowledged...
05.12.2020
Mayor of Liverpool Joe Anderson has been arrested in connection with an investigation into building and planning developments in the city, according to the Liverpool Echo. He is one of five men arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to commit bribery and witness intimidation offences. None have been charged or named by...
04.12.2020
Business Secretary Alok Sharma has said that the government is “absolutely confident” the UK will have 800,000 coronavirus vaccine doses by next week. Sharma said some of the Pfizer/BioNTech doses had arrived, with more expected by the end of the year. However, he was unable to say how many that...
04.12.2020
Hepimizin bildiği üzere, son günlerde tüm dünya gündeminde koronavirüs bulunmakta.Herkesi  yakından ilgilendiren bu sorunla ilgili endişe veya korku yaşamaktansa önerilen önlemleri dinleyip uygulamak ve bunlar ile hasta olmaktan korunup yayılmasını önleyerek bu hastalık kısa sürede kontrol altına alınabilir. İngiltere’de 2 Aralık tarihinden itibaren sonlandırılacak olan Ulusal Karantina kararı ardından kısmen...
25.11.2020
Rapid coronavirus tests of the kind trialled in Liverpool in recent days are to be rolled out in cities including London, Manchester, Birmingham, Newcastle, Nottingham and Bristol as part of an Operation Moonshot-type bid to allow parts of life to return to normal. And following a vaccine candidate by Pfizer being hailed as a...
10.11.2020
More than 250,000 workers at living wage employers are set for a pay rise after the independently-calculated figure for the real living wage was increased to £9.50 an hour and £10.85 in London. The real living wage is not compulsory on employers, but the 2.1 per cent increase in the...
10.11.2020
A record 314,000 redundancies were recorded in the three months to September as the coronavirus took a further toll on jobs. Figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) also showed the unemployment rate rose to 4.8%, its highest level since November 2016 and up from 4.5% the month before....
10.11.2020
The government has suffered a defeat in the House of Lords over its controversial Brexit legislation. The Internal Market Bill contains measures that overrule parts of the UK’s Brexit agreement with the EU. Peers voted overwhelmingly to remove a section of the bill that would allow ministers to break international...
10.11.2020
Last night Boris Johnson offered little hope for London businesses hoping to escape from lockdown before December 2. The Prime Minister said that although the case rate in the capital was “flattening”, he had seen new data this morning that showed it was doubling in the nation as a whole. Mr Johnson was answering...
10.11.2020
EU and UK officials have resumed trade talks in London at the start of another key week for the negotiations. They are trying to bridge what the two sides have said are still significant differences on fishing quotas and competition issues. Boris Johnson said on Sunday that the “outlines” of...
09.11.2020
The government is to spend more than £400m to support poor children and their families in England, following a campaign by footballer Marcus Rashford. A winter grant scheme, to be run by councils, will provide support with food and bills, and a holiday food and activities programme is to be...
08.11.2020
The prime minister is considering a month-long lockdown across England in the hope that measures could be eased before Christmas. A new “stay at home” order could be announced on Monday, with schools, colleges and universities exempt. Documents seen by the BBC suggest the UK is on course for a...
31.10.2020
ETHNIC minorities’ higher risk of dying from Covid-19 is linked to where they live and the jobs they do, rather than their health, figures for England and Wales suggest. The Office for National Statistics analysis found all ethnic minority groups, other than Chinese, are more likely to die than white people....
21.10.2020
It will become illegal for anyone to pick up and use their mobile phone while driving, under new legislation to be enacted next year. The change will end a loophole that can allow drivers to escape punishment for using a hand-held phone to take a photo or play a game....
19.10.2020
Boris Johnson has told the a UK to prepare for a No Deal Brexit after a unsuccessful trade talks with Brussels . The Prime Minister put the country on notice that its EU departure at the end of the transition period on December 31 could be without a trade deal with...
16.10.2020