UK records 43,676 Covid cases and 149 deaths in latest daily figures

The UK recorded 43,676 Covid infections and 149 deaths on Wednesday, according to the latest figures. Infections have increased 14 per cent in a week, though...

27 people die after migrant dinghy sinks off Calais – five women and girl...

Twenty-seven people have died near Calais while trying to cross the Channel, France's interior minister has said. Gerald Darmanin, speaking from the northern French town, also...

E-scooters injure 131 pedestrians in a year

E-scooters injured 131 pedestrians in Britain over 12 months, according to new figures. Thirty-seven of the casualties suffered injuries described by the Department for Transport as...

‘Growing number of Tube passengers not wearing face masks’

London Underground workers are facing potential danger as mask-wearing is now being “openly ignored” on a large scale, unions have warned. Union officials and passengers say...

Blinken expresses concerns over Mali, warns Russia

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said Saturday that the United States was deeply concerned for the stability of Mali which has experienced two coups in the last 18...

Compulsory jabs not something UK Government would consider – Javid

Mandatory coronavirus vaccination is not something the Government would “ever look at” bringing in, Health Secretary Sajid Javid has said. His comments came as demonstrators took...

Labour leader Starmer accuses Patel over Channel migrants crisis

Sir Keir Starmer has accused Home Secretary Priti Patel of failing to deliver on promises to stem the flow of illegal migrants crossing the Channel. The...

Government to launch study into extending HS2 to Leeds – Boris Johnson

Boris Johnson has insisted the Government will investigate ways of extending HS2 to Leeds amid anger over an expected scaling back of railway plans for the North.

Taliban launch crackdown on Daesh/ISIS in southern Afghanistan

(AFP) - The Taliban have launched a crackdown on suspected Daesh hideouts in southern Afghanistan, officials said Monday, following an increase in bloody attacks by the group in recent weeks.

‘Heroic’ taxi driver praised after blast outside hospital on Remembrance Sunday

The mayor of Liverpool has praised a “heroic” taxi driver for his efforts to limit the impact when his car exploded in the city on Remembrance Sunday.
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British judge refuses extradition of WikiLeaks founder Assange to USA

By JILL LAWLESS - LONDON (AP) — A British judge on Monday rejected the United States’ request to extradite WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to face...

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