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Police officers, solicitors and school secretaries are least likely to be unvaccinated.
Londoners will still be required to wear masks on the Underground and buses in the capital despite the easing of Plan B restrictions, Sadiq Khan has confirmed. Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced on Wednesday that working from home guidance would end immediately while remaining restrictions would be lifted from next week.
Former TOWIE star Kirk Norcross has been praised for a "brave" Loose Women interview on his father Mick's death last year.
‘In the name of God, go’: Tory fury spills over as Boris Johnson clings on. Former minister demands PM’s resignation in Commons, one Conservative MP defects and others clamour for concessions
Don’t let No 10 chaos distract us from damage to public services. The danger is that we won’t notice how institutions such as the NHS and BBC are being meddled with, writes Yvonne Williams
Research into the possibility of a fixed link across the Irish Sea cost £896,681, the Department for Transport said. Network Rail chairman Sir Peter Hendy led the exercise, which concluded it would be technically feasible but "impossible to justify" as the "benefits could not possibly outweigh the costs".
A woman has been sentenced to death by a court in Pakistan after allegedly sending blasphemous messages on WhatsApp and Facebook. Aneeqa Atteeq, 26, was convicted and sentenced in Rawalpindi on Wednesday following a complaint against her under Pakistan's cybercrime and blasphemy laws.
Inflation soars | Surging food bills helped drive inflation to its highest rate since the early 1990s, in a major blow for Boris Johnson as he battles to save his premiership. The annual rate of inflation climbed to 5.4pc from 5.1pc in November, according to the Office for National Statistics. Read what is behind the rise and how it is affecting salaries in real terms. This is the pay staff will need to demand to keep pace with the cost of living. Head down to Business for how to maximise your e
A 62-year-old overhead water tank was dramatically demolished in central India's Madhya Pradesh on Wednesday January 19. The incident took place in Khurai, in Sagar district. Video shows local workers use an excavator to destroy the structure, initially by breaking its supporting legs then using an excavator to pull it down.
At Prime Minister's Questions, one Conservative MP defected to Labour as another called on Boris Johnson to step down.View on euronews
Annual inflation was up at 5.4% in December, the highest value for almost 30 years.
The long and now desperate fight to save Derby County is bogged down in legal and financial wranglings that are threatening to take one of England's oldest clubs out of existence. "It's a total mess," he told Sky News. "Had Derby FC not been there for me when I needed them most at that time, I don't know where I would be now."
There were 1,514 people in hospital on Wednesday with recently confirmed Covid-19, with 43 of them in intensive care.
Nigeria and Egypt claimed the last-16 places from Group D on Wednesday night with wins over Guinea Bissau and Sudan respectively. The two powerhouses were always expected to progress to the knockout stages of the 24-team tournament but it was always a question of who would achieved primacy.Nigeria answered the poser with an opening day 1-0 win over Egypt. Augustine Eguavoen's men followed that triumph wiith a 3-1 romp past Sudan on 15 January. And at the Stade Roumdé Adjia in Garoua, they became
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and European allies insisted it was still possible to revive the Iran nuclear deal but said "time is running out", after talks in Berlin Thursday.
A gamekeeper who organised pheasant shoots for the Royal Family is at the centre of an investigation into the collapse of a wooden bridge that killed a worker and left two others seriously injured.
The Government temporarily relaxed competition law between CO2 users in October so they could prioritise deliveries to the food industry.
A former Conservative MP who defected and joined Labour has claimed he was threatened with the loss of a school in his constituency if he did not vote the way party bosses wanted him to. Christian Wakeford, who represents Bury South, switched parties on Wednesday. Speaking on Thursday, Mr Wakeford said the "threat" left him questioning his position in the Conservative Party.
Several Afghan women's rights activists said Thursday they are going into hiding to escape a Taliban crackdown, just days after the hardline Islamists used pepper spray to break up a rally in the capital.
In a message to the nation’s monarch Tupou VI, the Queen said she was ‘shocked and saddened’ by the eruption.