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Washington-Moscow relations at lowest point in years, says Russian president
G7 leaders have discussed the origins of the coronavirus outbreak as the World Health Organisation confirmed all hypotheses continue to be considered - including the Wuhan lab leak theory. At their summit in Cornwall on Saturday, G7 leaders were joined by Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, the WHO's director general, during their talks on the COVID crisis and efforts to avoid future pandemics. The WHO chief set the world's leading democracies the challenge of vaccinating 70% of the global population against COVID by the time of the G7's next summit in Germany next year.
Many considered him dead but was brought home to face justice for his many crimes
‘Your last album reached No 63. You lost your deposit at election. England don’t support you, mate’
Countries should also avoid giving the Astrazeneca coronavirus vaccine to people over 60, the head of the EU drug regulator's COVID-19 task force was quoted on Sunday as saying, amid fears over rare blood clotting and as more vaccines become available. The European Medicines Agency (EMA) considers the Astrazeneca shot safe for all age groups.
Only around 74 million people travelled through UK airports in 2020 - less than a quarter of the 297 million from the year before, data from the Civil Aviation Authority reveals. The airport which saw the largest drop in travellers was Cardiff, which took a hit of 86.7%, followed by Glasgow Prestwick, which saw a decline of 85.8%. London Heathrow, the country's largest airport, and one of the busiest in the world, recorded a 72.7% fall in numbers to 22.1 million - down from 80.9 million the year before.
Johnson’s riding high, Starmer’s in the ditch… but how much longer will it last?. Post-pandemic politics will bring trouble and strife for the government and opportunities for Labour
The BBC has apologised following complaints that it continued to broadcast as Denmark midfielder Christian Eriksen received emergency treatment during his country’s Euro 2020 game against Finland. Politicians and celebrities shared messages of support for the family of the former Tottenham player, who is reported to be awake and recovering in hospital.
SIR – Should our timorous Government really delay restoring our civil liberties on June 21, it will lose my vote – and, I’m sure, the votes of millions of other right-thinking people. These farcical restrictions have gone on far too long. The scientists and modellers advising the Cabinet have been wrong time and time again. Peter Sullivan Stamford, Lincolnshire SIR – We may now spend this summer under harsher restrictions than last year, all because the Government spent two weeks dithering about
Germany's health ministry said Johnson & Johnson must deliver 6.5 million COVID-19 vaccine doses to Germany in July to make up for a shortfall expected in June after the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) told the company to dispose of millions of doses because of contamination concerns. "This is regrettable because each dose counts," a ministry spokesman said on Sunday in response to an enquiry by Reuters. "We therefore expect from J&J that this amount is delivered in July as quickly as possible."
Bosses have previously insisted that GB News would be "committed to impartial journalism".
Brexit bust-up torpedoes Johnson’s bid to showcase ‘global Britain’ at G7Northern Ireland border row hits summit in Cornwall as prime minister tells other leaders UK is ‘a single country’ Leaders meeting at the G7 summit in Carbis Bay, Cornwall, included the US president, Joe Biden, France’s Emmanuel Macron and Ursula von der Leyen, president of the European commission. Photograph: Leon Neal/AFP/Getty Images
Boris Johnson’s son Wilfred stole the show at a beach barbecue for G7 world leaders. The youngster was introduced to prime ministers and presidents by his mother Carrie Johnson at the event in Carbis Bay, Cornwall, on Saturday evening. Wilfred, who was wearing a white shirt and blue shorts, was pictured waddling towards his proud mother.
Concern is mounting over two ships from the Iranian Navy thought to be carrying a cargo of missiles and speeding across the Atlantic Ocean toward Venezuela. The ships were mid-ocean on Saturday, after reportedly departing from the port of Bandar Abbas in early May. It marks the first time that the Iranian military has sent vessels to round the Cape of Good Hope and enter the Atlantic. Satellite images show the larger of the two ships, the Makran, a forward supply vessel, carrying small, fast att
Four teenagers have been arrested on suspicion of murder following the death of a man. West Mercia Police were called to a footpath near Stonebridge Close, Telford, around 7.20pm on Friday, after reports that a man in his 20s was seriously injured.
Making a bad decision is never good. But there is nothing worse than jumping into a fire when all your instincts tell you to move the other way. Matt Hancock, the Health Secretary, made this point in the Commons last week. He said he had heard from China in January 2020 that the virus was spreading asymptomatically but was assured this was not the case. “The formal advice I was receiving was that asymptomatic transmission is unlikely, and we shouldn’t base policy on it,” he said. “I bitterly reg
US president wants Cornwall communique to condemn forced labour in Xinjiang - but other nations are hesitant
In waging culture war, Boris Johnson can count on a cabinet of mercenaries. No dispute is too trivial for ministers to ignore, an obsession that will harm them
The singer said she wanted to ‘challenge and eliminate’ the pressure to look good.
The head of the universities watchdog today declares that academics should "leave their personal political views at home” as he accuses Oxford dons protesting over a Cecil Rhodes statue of prioritising "high-flown rhetoric" over students' education. Writing in The Sunday Telegraph, Lord Wharton, who chairs the Office for Students, says that more than 150 academics threatening to boycott teaching at Oriel College were setting a "deeply concerning precedent". The former Conservative MP says many p