At a press conference in New York, Audrey Strauss, acting US attorney welcomed the Prince Andrew to talk with them.
“The UK has given a very good signal,” said the pro-democracy activist Simon Cheng. He expects that hundreds of thousands of people will flee to UK.
There won’t be a quarantine for these countries, but it doesn’t work for entire UK. Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland could not be forced to sign up.
Meghan’s lawsuit against the publisher of the Mail on Sunday for violation of privacy and copyright.
China accused UK to break the agreements between the two countries. Australian PM, Morrison, also very concerd about the Hong Kong situation.
Some landlord fear they cannot respect Covid social distancing rules. Owners feel the risk about reopenings, Police Commissioner asks for responsibility.
New measure to preventing bank transfer faud and allow the transfer of money to friends and family in a simple and safety way with the “confirmation of payee”.
Shopping, working, studying, sports and even eating. Every day activity, that was taken for granted, changed during Coronavirus emergency.
The Sky Sport pundits together with host Kelly Cates and commentator Gary Neville ditched the Black Lives Matter badges.
While in England the fear of Lockdown returns, the government of New Zealand celebrates the defeat of the Coronavirus.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock announced that Leicester will be the only city in England where restrictions will not be relaxed.
Katy Perry shows a fragile part of herself and tells of her mental health problems due to her breakup with Orlando Bloom.
According to Leicester city council, the latest figures from Public Health England show that 866 new cases of coronavirus were reported in the city in the two weeks.
The social network TikTok has conquered millions of young people around the world. Let’s see how to juggle the filters and the best at the moment.
United Kingdom registered cases have surpassed 300.000 contagions. Record of infections worldwide, main outbreaks in Asia and South America.
The team trained by Jurgen Klopp has conquered the title after Manchester City failed to beat Chelsea: Liverpool’s victorie of the first league are 19 now.
“Multiple fatalities” in Glasgow city centre, three people believed stabbed to death. Police confirmed that a policeman was among the injured.
the British break the rules imposed by the government and go in thousands on the beaches of the Dorset coast.
Documents showed that Jenrick granted planning permission for a £1bn property scheme two weeks before the developer donated to the Tories.
Brits can travel to France, Italy and Spain from next week. Bilateral calls to conclude deals with countries which have a Covid test and trace system.
The North Korean President decides to reassign troops to the border to reduce tensions between north and south.
Almost 15.000 person at risk of being in the streets at the end of June when contracts between local authorities and hotels will expire.
The “one-metre plus” guidance will replace the two-metre rule. Thus health leaders alerted about necessity to take action to face a second wave of Covid.
The PM claimed “full attendance” at schools in September. School associations replied to Johson: “pure fantasy”, classrooms are too small.
During the match between Manchester City against Burnley a banner a banner with the words “White Lives Matter Banner” was flown over Etihad Stadium.