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The Scottish Government said older residents in care homes are the first to be offered the booster coronavirus vaccine from Monday.
The new Foreign Secretary will speak to Hossein Amir-Abdollahian in New York on Monday.
The Senate's nonpartisan parliamentarian says Democrats can’t use their $3.5 trillion package bolstering social and climate programs to give millions of immigrants a chance to become citizens
New organisation aims to set, raise and enforce standards of service to customers
Retailers and recycling charities have said shopper demand for items without plastic wrapping declined after the pandemic hit.
Mandy Moore puts the red in red carpet at this year's Emmys
Make UK said the return to manufacturing growth could be undermined by the proposal.
PM urges world leaders to fulfil $100bn global warming pledge to developing world
The Metropolitan Police are confident that Knife Crime Prevention Orders will save lives despite the courts turning down their first two applications.
Strong gains projected for Communists, who finish in second place, but impact of voting irregularity is still unclear
Tens of thousands fed up with being ‘taken for granted’, Unison say
Sacha Dench, who was attempting a world-first circumnavigation of mainland Britain to raise awareness about climate change, has been seriously injured after a paramotor accident in the western Highlands of Scotland.
Government will do ‘whatever it can’ to prevent failure of further energy companies
The four-part series is hosted by wildlife cameraman and presenter Hamza Yassin.
Huge fundraising by Revolut, Hopin and Cinch helped push the UK’s credentials as Europe’s premier tech hub to new heights.
The show will have a different look and feel as it is held in September rather than its traditional slot in the spring.
Gordon Brown urges Joe Biden to avoid ‘vaccine waste disaster’ as ‘use by’ dates expire – ahead of UN summit
Alarm raised over business ‘barriers’ which ‘cost jobs and money in the UK’ – as public unhappiness confirmed
Billy Porter chose winged chic black and worked the poses on the red carpet Sunday at the Emmy Awards
More British employers are planning pay rises than at any time since the global financial crisis as they struggle to recruit staff following the coronavirus pandemic and Brexit, data from the Confederation of British Industry showed on Monday. The CBI said 44% of businesses intended to raise pay in line with inflation and 24% planned above-inflation pay rises, the highest combined percentage since it started surveying businesses about this in 2009. "Pay intentions are rising across the board as firms reopen and the economy recovers," Matthew Percival, the CBI's director of skills and inclusion said.