England moves to plan A and lifts all Covid restrictions

England has today returned to its plan A Covid measures, with rules on mandatory face coverings now lifted. Plan B measures were initially introduced on 8 December 2021 to slow...

What CIA documents reveal about USA’s economic wars, coups

By Levent Yılmaz:- e are going through a phase where the economy and all developments related to it have become more important than ever. Concepts such...

Retail sales drop in December as Omicron bites

Retail sales volumes fell last month as the spread of Omicron kept shoppers away from stores, although they remain around pre-pandemic levels, according to official figures.

Government will continue to bring eligible Afghans to the UK ‘indefinitely’

The Armed Forces minister has said the UK will continue to bring Afghans to the UK “for as long as people who are eligible want to come” as troops...

Prospective NHS chairman used private healthcare in 2021, MPs hear

The Government’s preferred candidate for chairman of NHS England has told MPs he used private healthcare last year for treatment. Richard Meddings, the former chairman of...

What could replace the BBC licence fee?

Nadine Dorries’ announcement of major changes to the BBC’s funding model is just the latest attack on the broadcaster by Conservative ministers over the past 12 years. There have...

‘Turkey’s 1st intelligence ship joins naval fleet

The Turkish defense industry has made a promising start to 2022 with another breakthrough Friday as Naval Forces Command received the country’s first intelligence collection ship.

Russia dismantles REvil ransomware gang, arrested members

Russian Federal Security Service seizes over 426M rubles, $600,000 and €500,000 during operation. At the request of US authorities, the Russian Federal Security Service (FSB) on...

Water firm cuts sick pay for non-jabbed staff

A water company has cut sick pay for unvaccinated members of staff who are forced to self-isolate due to coronavirus. Wessex Water said the changes came...

Treasury ‘faces £5bn fuel duty loss due to electric car growth’

Chancellor Rishi Sunak could lose almost a third of the revenue raised by car-related fuel duty within eight years because of the shift to green motoring, according to a...
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US ‘deeply concerned’ about potential Palestinian evictions in occupied East Jerusalem

'It is critical to avoid unilateral steps that exacerbate tensions or take us further away from peace,' says State Dept. The US raised alarm on...

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