A YouGov poll showed that nearly half of people think the interview was inappropriate.
‘We never sulk’: Brussels shrugs off Frost claim of ill-will in Brexit row
Japan's Terumo Corp said on Tuesday it has developed a new syringe that can get seven doses out of each vial of COVID-19 vaccine made by Pfizer Inc, at least one more than accessible with existing syringes. The health ministry approved the design on Friday, and Terumo will begin production at the end of March, a Terumo spokesman told Reuters. The Kyodo News agency, which first reported the development, said Terumo is aiming to make 20 million units this year.
Nicola Sturgeon criticised Boris Johnson for laying out exact dates in his more detailed exit strategy
Donald Trump supporters gathered outside Trump Tower in New York City on March 8, following the former president’s arrival.Footage taken by Mark Szuszkiewicz shows the crowd chanting “Trump 24” while holding a large banner, as well as a young person voicing their support for Trump.“God bless America!” the child says into a megaphone. “God bless New York! God bless our beautiful country! God bless NYPD! God bless Trump!” Credit: Mark Szuszkiewicz/@mark4ny via Storyful
A union leader has told Sky News "the jury's out" on whether schools in England will have to close again. Asked if she was confident that pupils would not have to go back to remote learning at some point in the future, Dr Mary Bousted replied: "No, I'm afraid I'm not." Pupils in England are returning to the classroom as the third COVID-19 lockdown begins to be eased.
Former president has said he is ‘not a fan’ of the duchess
The first step of the coronavirus lockdown brings the return of schools and limited social contact
New Zealand has signed an agreement to buy an extra 8.5 million doses of Pfizer
Children who receive false positives when tested at school will still be told to self-isolate and will be banned from the classroom for 10 days, the Government has said. Ministers have been accused of pursuing a “ridiculous” policy on lateral flow tests that has “no scientific basis” and will result in youngsters missing out on school “unnecessarily”. It comes as millions of children returned to lessons on Monday for the first time in months. Parents and teachers spoke of their joy of children returning to school, with one headteacher saying his school “feels alive again” as he welcomed 500 pupils back on Monday. David McPartlin at Flakefleet Primary School in Fleetwood, Lancashire, said: "There's been a real buzz about the place and a sense of excitement this morning. Today feels like the start of the end of Covid, like we are coming out the end of a very long dark tunnel.” Meanwhile, parents at Ide primary school near Exeter, Devon, described how happy their children were to be back at school. "My youngest has not seen any of his friends or spoken to them for months,” one mother said. “He has really missed seeing them every day." Pupils at secondary schools have been asked to have three rapid antigen tests at school during the first fortnight of term, followed by another at home. After that they will be given two tests per week to take at home, all of which are voluntary.
The actor has said she doesn't regret the photographs.
Goddard held Morgan accountable for Meghan Markle question
The Supreme Court has tossed out former President Donald Trump’s last remaining challenge to the 2020 election after he lied about the results of the nationwide vote and urged states to wipe out thousands of ballots while promoting false claims of fraud. The court without comment rejected Mr Trump’s appeal, which challenged thousands of absentee ballots filed in Wisconsin, an election battleground that the former president lost by more than 20,000 votes. It was the last of three petitions filed at the Supreme Court near the end of his presidency that the justices declined to take up.
‘Scottish Government accountable only to itself’ protests Douglas Ross - but Boris Johnson rejected identical call for change
First time daily deaths below 100 since 19 October
Just six out of 315 local areas recorded a week-on-week increase.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex made a number of revelations about the Royal Family.
Former president expected to stay in city until Tuesday, but reason for trip unknown
Seat is expected to stay with the Republicans
Presenters made jokes about the late star’s exits from Love Island and The X Factor