Although votes are still being counted in Israel’s parliamentary election, it appears Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is on course to partner with Jewish Power, a party referred to by pro-Israel lobbyists The […]
The Government has announced that the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) will launch on 1 April to act as a “protective shield” over the country. The UKHSA will “plan for, prevent and […]
Almost 90% of votes have been counted so far in Israel’s parliamentary election and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is on course to win 59 seats of the available 120 seats, leaving his […]
Man City are 2-0 down at half time, as they face Barcelona today in the quarter final tie of the Champions League. Barcelona’s second goal has come from a penalty given, after […]
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen has suggested a potential block on the number of vaccines being shipped out of the EU to the UK and other countries with high vaccination rates.
According to the findings of Sheldon review, Football Association had significant institutional failings, seeing that they “did not do enough to keep children safe”.
This independent review into historical child sexual abuse led to conclusions such as the FA not knowing of these issues until the summer of 1995 and not taking enough protection measures from that date until May 2000.
The Home Secretary Priti Patel has today announced plans to change how the London mayor. She proposed a switch from the supplementary vote system currently in place to “first past the post” […]
The final group on the priority list for the COVID-19 vaccination are now being contacted to book their vaccination.
In England, people aged over 50 are part of the priority list and the government aims for people in this age group to be vaccinated by May.
Boris Johnson has denied a claim made by the President of the European Council, Charles Michel, that the UK imposed an “outright” ban on coronavirus vaccine exports. The PM told MPs in the […]
A serving police officer arrested yesterday evening in connection with the disappearance of Sarah Everad was reportedly “not on duty” during the time of Ms Everard’s disappearance. The assistant police commissioner Nick […]
The Great Britain athletes for last week’s European Indoor Championships are in quarantine, due to the fact that a member of the team’s staff tested positive for coronavirus.
Several central European countries are struggling to cope with a new wave of coronavirus after reporting record high numbers of cases. The Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland have all seen a spike […]
MPs are criticizing the NHS Test and Trace System, saying there’s no evidence that it has contributed to a drop in coronavirus cases. The Commons Public Accounts Committee has challenged the government […]
The COVID-19 vaccination rollout by the Palestinian Authority (PA) has come under scrutiny as senior officials and football players move ahead in the queue of medical workers and the elderly. The Independent Commission for Human Rights have called for the Palestinian government to clarify exactly how […]
A barrage of rockets pounded an Iraqi base hosting US-led coalition troops on Wednesday just two days before Pope Francis is due to arrive in Iraq for the first ever papal visit to the country. On his tour of the country, Pope […]
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has today pledged £2.8m to support a bid for the UK and Ireland to host the 2030 World Cup. The announcement came as part of Sunak’s 2021 budget, which […]
Rishi Sunak is currently addressing the House of Commons where he is disclosing the 2021 Budget; outlining plans to boost the country’s economic recovery.
Rishi Sunak’s Budget 2021 statement in the Commons this afternoon has revealed a three-part plan to protect the jobs and livelihoods of the British people and level up the economy. In the […]
Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says she is “very, very, very, sorry” about the loss of taxpayers’ money. In January 2019, the Scottish government paid her predecessor Alex Salmond’s £500,000 legal bill after it admitted acting unlawfully.
The UK government has defended a new law that states people who lie about their travel history during the pandemic could be sentenced a maximum 10-year jail term. A former Supreme Court […]
The Health minister, Zweli Mkhize, has suggested a South African interest in swapping or selling the AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine after studies have revealed its ineffectiveness against the South African variant in young people.
Nearly 600 tennis players and support staff are to be quarantined in Melbourne after a hotel worker tested positive for Covid-19 at The Grand Hyatt Hotel. Tomorrow’s six warm-up events are likely to be affected but officials […]
Newham Council has announced a plan to put people testing positive for Covid-19 into hotels with all bills paid, to stop the spread of the virus in overcrowded households. London’s Asian communities […]
The Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine reduces spread of coronavirus, according to a new study, from the University of Oxford. Just a single dose of the vaccine can be enough to reduce transmission by up to two thirds. At the […]
Today the world stands together to commemorate the genocide of more than 6 million Jews and 5 million others by the Nazi regime and its collaborators during the Second World War. It […]
Protesters have been evicted by security after building an 100ft tunnel network under Euston Square Gardens where they have also set up a makeshift camp.
President Donald Trump might become the first ever US president to face impeachment twice, just days before his term was due to end on 20th January 2021. Today [Wednesday 13 January] the […]
Woman charged with the murder of a seven-year-old girl in Queen’s Park, Bolton in Greater Manchester. Elton Skana, who is 30 years old, has been charged with murdering seven-year-old Emily Jones in […]
Man sentenced to death on Zoom in Singapore Singapore has sentenced a drug suspect to death on the popular video chat app Zoom because of the city-state’s coronavirus lockdown. The move has […]
Huge rise in unemployment benefit claims due to impact of coronavirus Official figures have shown a surge of 856,500 people submitting benefit claims last month as the coronavirus crisis took its toll […]