21 September 2021
8 month ago
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab tells Sophy Ridge on Sunday that the eventual lifting of lockdown restrictions "won't be done in one big bang, but in a gradual, phased way"
Italian and British Prime Ministers Discuss Libya Political & Military Situation
8 month ago
From Monday to at least February 15, all arrivals to the UK will be required to pass the SARS-CoV-2 test negative and undergo a 10-day quarantine (if negative after five days it may end the quarantine)
8 month ago
Boris Johnson announce the temporary closure of all travel corridors from 0400 on Monday If you come to the UK you must have proof of a negative covid test in the previous 72 hours
Ireland's Deputy Chief Medical Officer has warned of "difficult days ahead" as COVID19 hospital admissions continue to rise
US Senators and co-authors of recent bipartisan attempt to recognise Uyghur genocide @marcorubio @SenJeffMerkley urge @HouseofCommons to pass the GenocideAmendment
8 month ago
A major German logistics company has suspended deliveries to the U.K. due to "significant" problems caused by post-Brexit red tape
Man named as Mexborough murder investigation continues. A 20-year-old man who died following a shooting in Mexborough on Monday (11 January) has today been named as Lewis Williams8 month ago
Man named as Mexborough murder investigation continues. A 20-year-old man who died following a shooting in Mexborough on Monday (11 January) has today been named as Lewis Williams
Merton: Two men in their 20s have been arrested on suspicion of murder after a man in his early 40s was stabbed to death in Wimbledon, this morning.  Met Police say at 00:55 officers were called to an address on The Broadway, SW19.  The victim died at the scene8 month ago
Merton: Two men in their 20s have been arrested on suspicion of murder after a man in his early 40s was stabbed to death in Wimbledon, this morning. Met Police say at 00:55 officers were called to an address on The Broadway, SW19. The victim died at the scene
Scotland's First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced plans to further tighten lockdown measures including changes to takeaway and click and collect services amid a rise in cases across the country
Irish Minister for European Affairs: The EU Commission has provided our Perm Rep in Brussels with details of the Brexit Adjustment Reserve, which I discussed with Commissioner Hahn today. Ireland will receive about 25% of the fund due to impact of Brexit on Ireland
UK: UK authorities had to install temporary mortuaries in some areas after local hospital mortuaries ran out of space due to increased death toll from COVID19 pandemic8 month ago
UK: UK authorities had to install temporary mortuaries in some areas after local hospital mortuaries ran out of space due to increased death toll from COVID19 pandemic
China blasts Britain at UN over criticism of Uighur treatment
8 month ago
UK to conduct 'urgent review of export controls' over human rights violations in Xinjiang, China, says Foreign Minister Dominic Raab
8 month ago
Dominic Raab: 'This package will help make sure no British organisations. are profiting from. or contributing to human rights violations against the Uighurs in Xinjiang'
Neasden: A second man was found with non-life threatening injuries nearby and was arrested in connection with the incident, police say.   A crime scene remains in place8 month ago
Neasden: A second man was found with non-life threatening injuries nearby and was arrested in connection with the incident, police say. A crime scene remains in place
Police in Mexborough are investigating a serious incident this evening. Officers from @syptweet some armed have sealed off a section of Wath Road after a man was found with very serious injuries at around 5pm Monday evening8 month ago
Police in Mexborough are investigating a serious incident this evening. Officers from @syptweet some armed have sealed off a section of Wath Road after a man was found with very serious injuries at around 5pm Monday evening
A man has been convicted of murder after fatally stabbing a man in Kent.  Harry Harris, 29, (pic) claimed he was acting in self-defence when he stabbed James Webb at a property in Hamerton Road, Northfleet, in February8 month ago
A man has been convicted of murder after fatally stabbing a man in Kent. Harry Harris, 29, (pic) claimed he was acting in self-defence when he stabbed James Webb at a property in Hamerton Road, Northfleet, in February
8 month ago
2.4 million people have now received a coronavirus jab across the UK - Prime Minister @BorisJohnson
The explosion in Iraq kills worker for British demining organization, wounds 2 more
Major retailers into Northern Ireland - including M&S and Tesco - have experienced temporary disruption while they adapt to post-Brexit arrangements
8 month ago
The Mayor of London has declared a critical incident at the capital's hospitals amid the rising number of patients being admitted with COVID19
8 month ago
Extremism has become so widespread online that it "cannot be policed", the head of UK counter-terror policing has said. Concerns over potential infringements of civil liberties have sparked a parliamentary inquiry on freedom of expression
8 month ago
British Foreign Office: We call on Iran to provide a full explanation of the causes of the Ukrainian plane crash
8 month ago
UK says Hong Kong mass arrests are a 'grievous attack' on rights and freedoms
8 month ago
Ireland closes schools for rest of the month due to coronavirus surge: govt
8 month ago
UK Foreign Sec. @DominicRaab said: "The mass arrest of politicians & activists in Hong Kong is a grievous attack on rights and freedoms. These arrests demonstrate the intended use of the National Security law is to clamp down on dissent and opposing political views
Freeeedom yells anti-lockdown protestor as he's arrested in front of his children. There's currently about 50 demonstrators outside Parliament8 month ago
"Freeeedom" yells anti-lockdown protestor as he's arrested in front of his children. There's currently about 50 demonstrators outside Parliament
8 month ago
Wikileaks' founder Julian Assange denied bail by London court
8 month ago
Britain has since Brexit its own sanctions policy and in many areas it is more or less the same as the EU's but it appears that it has loosened some requirements when it comes to doing business in Crimea
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