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The latest review of the UK’s travel restrictions will come in the last week of August after wholesale changes were made to the travel lists on August 5. From August 8, four countries are being removed from England’s red list and four are being added while seven more, including Germany are being added to the green list. When is the next UK travel review?
British athletes continue to impress in Japan
Sudesh Amman confided days before the attack how he ‘now realised’ that those who committed terrorist acts ended up ‘pushing people away’ from Islam.
Black, Asian and ethnic minority hospital staff were told to use “Western work names” because theirs were too difficult to pronounce, an inspection has revealed. Workers at University Hospitals Bristol and Weston NHS Trust (UHBW), which runs the Bristol Royal Infirmary, Bristol Children’s Hospital and Weston General, were told by managers to “adopt” a Western-sounding name while at work. The behaviour was revealed during an inspection by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and reported to the trus
A Russian space official says engineers will need to analyze whether a glitch that caused the International Space Station to spin out of its normal orientation could have any impact on the orbiting outpost's systems
Pokaa, a two-year-old golden retriever, is helping the fight against Covid-19 in a care home for the elderly in the north-eastern French region of Alsace. With a remarkable success rate, Pokaa is 48 hours quicker than a PCR laboratory test, and does not need to stick anything up your nose. He uses his own! Working since last week at the Roselière care home in Kunheim, near the town of Colmar, Pokaa is the first French sniffer dog to be used in the fight against the coronavirus.Instead of carryin
The chief minister of India's capital ordered a judge-led enquiry on Wednesday after a nine-year-old girl was allegedly raped and murdered, sparking days of protests and renewed scrutiny of the country's problem with sexual violence. Four men have been arrested in connection with the girl's murder, Ingit Pratap Singh, the top police officer in the south west of the capital where the alleged crime took place, told Reuters. Arvind Kejriwal, the head of Delhi's provincial government who also leads an opposition party, ordered a judicial review of the case.
LONDON (Reuters) -One unit at Uniper's 2 gigawatt Ratfcliffe coal plant in Britain will close next year, two years ahead of the full shut down of the facility, the company said on Wednesday. The Ratcliffe coal-fired power station in Nottinghamshire, England, is due to close at the end of Sept. 2024. Uniper said it will close one 500-megawatt unit at the plant earlier than that, at the end of Sept. 2022.
Encouraging mid-term reports from Britain’s biggest companies continue to put investors in a relaxed summer mood after the FTSE 100 index made further progress today. Taylor Wimpey and Legal & General this morning joined the list of blue chips to see their shares surge on the back of half-year earnings figures, while BP added another 1% on top of the 5% rise seen yesterday after its big jump in shareholder returns. The FTSE 100 index rose 22.06 points to 7,127.82 as the benchmark recovers from its wobble in mid-July to target the 7,217 intraday high set in June, which represented the highest level since the pandemic sell-off in February 2020.
Brown is Great Britain’s youngest medallist of all time.
Actor has played the character in three films across the DCEU
The number of migrant crossings to the UK over the Channel this year has already surpassed the total for the entirety of 2020.
The Duchess of Sussex has launched a Nelson Mandela inspired project to mark her 40th birthday on Wednesday by encouraging people to donate 40 minutes of their time to help others.
Firefighters worked through the night into August 4 in efforts to contain a destructive fire that broke out in the north Athens suburb of Varympompi.At least 520 firefighters were deployed, officials said, with assistance from the Greek Army.Residents were told to evacuate from multiple areas due to the threat, with the fire continuing to spread on the morning of August 4, according to local reports. Images published by Kathimerini showed a number of businesses, residences and vehicles were destroyed.Dozens of volunteers have also joined the effort to contain the flames, according to Kathimerini. Local mayor Spyros Vrettos said the destruction was "incalculable”, and that dozens of homes were lost.This footage, captured by Twitter user @donasterios, shows the fire burning next to buildings, and a helicopter passing. Credit: @donasterios via Storyful
Mercurio – who also created 'Bodyguard' and 'Bodies' – reportedly got angry when a reporter broached the subject.
What an achievement! 13-year-old Sky Brown has won a bronze medal in skateboarding at the Tokyo Olympics.
A magnitude 6.0 earthquake struck the coast of Japan on Wednesday morning, with the resulting tremors felt at the Olympic Games in Tokyo. The earthquake occurred about 5.30am local time, according to reports from the Japan Meteorological Agency, which monitors seismic activity. The earthquake's epicentre was roughly 25 miles off the coast of Japan, it suggested, adding that there was no threat of a tsunami.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The United States will require thousands of border agents to wear body cameras, according to three officials and government documents, a major operational change that could increase oversight of agents and also help capture criminal activity. The cameras are expected to be rolled out in parts of Texas and New Mexico during the summer and expanded in the fall and winter to Arizona, California, and Texas' busy Rio Grande Valley, which all border Mexico, according to a recent government assessment of how the devices could impact privacy. Agents in Vermont along the U.S. border with Canada will also be equipped with cameras, the assessment said.