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Pregnant women fear losing jobs over Covid safety worries, survey finds. Exclusive: Maternity Action urges ministers to overhaul ‘not fit for purpose’ workplace health and safety rules
The famous skating rink and Christmas fair traditionally opened on the Red Square as the main sign of the upcoming New Year and Christmas. The theme 'Gift from the Heart,' has been selected by the Bidens for their first Christmas at the White House.View on euronews
In 2021, almost a third of people still think that HIV can be transmitted through kissing, according to new research released for World AIDS Day.
President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden were joined by Vice President Kamala Harris and her husband Doug Emhoff for the White House’s menorah lighting ceremony, marking the fourth night of Hanukkah on November 1.Emhoff, who is Jewish, led the lighting, and was joined by Chuck Schumer, the New York Senator and first Jewish Majority Leader.“This is a White House tradition, but for the first time in history it is a family tradition,” said Biden, referring to Emhoff. Credit: White House via Storyful
Cabinet members including Health Secretary Sajid Javid and Education Secretary Nadhim Zahawi arrive at Downing Street for a meeting as new coronavirus restrictions come into place in England.
From Priyanka Chopra Jonas to Kris Jenner, fashion’s biggest names hit the Royal Albert Hall red carpet
Lando Norris has announced plans to become the latest Formula One driver to move to Monaco - and freely admits the move is financially motivated. The principality is home to several drivers past and present, including Lewis Hamilton, Max Verstappen and Norris’ McLaren teammate, Daniel Ricciardo. Monaco’s combination of glamour, Mediterranean weather and low tax rates have long made it a prime destination for F1 stars, who spend much of the year travelling between Grands Prix.
Isaac Mabwa attempted to sexually assault his victim before she was able to escape from the car
Arsenal star Gabriel fought off a baseball bat-wielding thug who attempted to steal his car. Gabriel Magalhaes, known as Gabriel, had just returned to his home in Barnet, north London, when he was approached by three men as he got out of his car on August 20.
We are going to need more bigger badder climate activists
The Guardian view on Labour’s reshuffle: attacking from the centre ground. Sir Keir Starmer has strengthened his top team by introducing experienced and accomplished performers. But he needs to keep the party’s left on board
The Foreign Secretary said: ‘Any action by Russia to undermine the freedom and democracy that our partners enjoy would be a strategic mistake.’
ITV has confirmed it will host a special Christmas carol service led by the Duchess of Cambridge in a snub to the BBC. The event, hosted by Kate and supported by the Royal Foundation, will celebrate the work of “individuals and organisations” across the country who have “stepped up to support their communities during the pandemic”. The Westminster Abbey event was reportedly due to be hosted by the BBC, but the plans were given to ITV after the corporation sparked a furious row with Buckingham Palace over a documentary examining the relationship between Princes William and Harry and the media.
Counter-terror police are warning all parents to be vigilant as figures show a rise in the number of children being arrested for far-right terrorism offences. Police say lockdown created a "perfect storm" for teenagers to become radicalised by the far right. "We know that hateful extremism has been prevalent online and in essence, it makes sort of a perfect storm for a potential radicaliser to exploit that environment, and I think we have seen that in the last 12 months."
GPs and other primary healthcare providers in South Africa's commercial metropolis Johannesburg said they are experiencing a surge of Covid-19 cases linked to the new omicron variant.
(Reuters) -A 15-year-old boy opened fire in a Michigan high school on Tuesday with a semi-automatic pistol his father had purchased days earlier, killing three fellow students and wounding eight other people before he was arrested, authorities said. Oakland County Sheriff Michael Bouchard told a news briefing hours after the rampage at Oxford High School that investigators were at a loss to explain what might have precipitated "an unspeakable and unforgivable" act of violence. The suspect, disarmed and taken into custody by sheriff's deputies minutes after the shooting began, has declined to speak with investigators after his parents retained a lawyer and denied authorities permission to interview their son, Bouchard said.
On Nov. 29, Twitter announced that the company's chief technology officer, Agrawal, will take over for Dorsey, effective immediately.
Prosecutors will continue presenting their case against Jussie Smollett on charges he staged a fake assault on himself, prompting a massive Chicago police investigation
Early indications suggest most Omicron coronavirus cases are mild, an official at the World Health Organisation (WHO) has said. An official, speaking on behalf of the organisation, said there is no evidence to suggest the efficacy of vaccines has been reduced by the new strain - but did say some mutations of the virus indicate an increased risk of quicker transmission. It comes as a top official in Botswana's health ministry said on Tuesday that 16 out of the 19 cases of the Omicron variant detected in the country were asymptomatic.
Anthony Broadwater spent 16 years in prison and only had his conviction overturned last week