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Day-two PCR tests for double-jabbed remain until end of October In-person GPs can’t return to normal without more cash - BMA Everything you need to know about the travel system changes Doomsday surge of Covid averted in schools Return to the office threatened by new flexible working rules
Officials in Washington state are upset that the Biden administration is challenging a state law making it easier for workers who become ill at a former nuclear weapons production site to be compensated
‘We are concerned that to protect profits, the industry has reportedly led a coordinated effort to spread disinformation to mislead the public and prevent crucial action to address climate change,’ House Democrats write
Lee won three Olympic medals in Tokyo
Covid rules and the defence pact lead many of Friday’s papers.
Ministers are reportedly opening up dozens of countries and scrapping the amber list
Critics said the government failed to “show decisiveness” and “compassion” in Afghanistan
LONDON (Reuters) -Bank of England rate-setters who may be tempted to vote next week for an early end to their COVID-19 stimulus plans are likely to hold off for now, with a slowing economy but surging inflation making for a tricky backdrop. Last month, Michael Saunders was the only Monetary Policy Committee member to vote https://www.reuters.com/article/us-britain-boe-idUSKBN2F61E9 for an early end to the British central bank's purchases of government bonds, on the basis that continued buying risked a more aggressive tightening of monetary policy in future. Since then, BoE Governor Andrew Bailey revealed https://www.reuters.com/world/uk/bank-englands-bailey-says-pace-recovery-is-levelling-off-2021-09-08 that four of the eight MPC members who voted last month - himself included - thought some initial conditions had been met to begin exploring the possibility of raising interest rates.
The multimillionaire entrepreneur launched the first affordable consumer computer in 1980.
Men aged 21 and 33 charged over the killing
The study will seek to recruit 360 volunteers who will be enrolled in one of four arms of the study.
Householders are eager to tackle climate change but say costs and a lack of information is a barrier to decarbonising their homes.
A man used Rubik's cubes to form a Chinese astronaut's portrait to celebrate Shenzhou 12 manned spacecraft returning to earth. The impressive video filmed in the city of Xinxiang in Henan Province on September 17 shows a 31-year-old man named Wang Junpeng using around 1,200 Rubik's Cubes to form the portrait of an astronaut named Nie Haisheng who was one of the crew on Shenzhou 12. After three months in orbit, the Shenzhou 12 manned spacecraft crew returned to earth on Friday (September 17). Wang used Rubik's cubes to form a member of the crew's portrait to celebrate the return of the Shenzhou 12.
Dutch Foreign Minister Sigrid Kaag resigned on Thursday after parliament formally condemned her handling of the Afghanistan evacuation crisis. Lawmakers approved a motion criticising the government for failing to evacuate some Afghans, and for missing signs of an imminent Taliban takeover.Kaag's resignation comes a day after Britain's Dominic Raab was demoted from his position as foreign minister over the way he dealt with the situation in Afghanistan."The House considers that the government has
NEW YORK (Reuters) -A woman who accused Britain's Prince Andrew of hiding from her sexual assault lawsuit can try an alternative means of serving her legal papers so that Queen Elizabeth's second son can address her claims, a U.S. judge ruled on Thursday night. U.S. District Judge Lewis Kaplan in Manhattan said Virginia Giuffre's plan to deliver her lawsuit to Andrew's Los Angeles-based lawyer was "reasonably calculated to bring the papers served to the defendant's attention," regardless of whether the prince "authorized" the lawyer to accept it. The lawyer, Andrew Brettler, had no immediate comment.
The Institute for Government has published new papers on borrowing and currency options for Scotland if it voted to leave the UK.
Government to legislate to end compulsory metric measures ‘in due course’
Group says insulating Britain’s home is ‘a total no-brainer’
The couple appeared together recently at Kanye’s Donda listening party
West Africa's main regional bloc imposed sanctions against the junta in Guinea on Thursday and demanded they return the country to constitutional rule within six months, the president of the bloc's commission said. After an emergency summit of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) in Accra, Jean-Claude Kassi Brou said they would freeze the financial assets and impose travel bans for junta members and their relatives."In six months elections should be held," Brou said at a briefi