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Oxford Street FLOODED with anti-mask protesters

Anti-lockdown protesters demonstrated in Oxford Street on Saturday, raising increased awareness of the disjunct between the government and the public. This week, the government announced...

Jake Wood to leave EastEnders after 15 years

Jake Wood will leave EastEnders when his contract comes to an end, the soap has confirmed. The actor, who has played Max Branning for more...

More than 600 arrested during five days of climate protests in London

More than 600 people have been arrested during five days of climate change protests in central London, police have said. Environmental campaign group Extinction Rebellion...

Nine out of 10 want to continue working from home, report says

Nine out of 10 people in the UK who have worked from home during lockdown want to continue doing so, according to research. The report...

Facebook takes action against QAnon conspiracy groups

Facebook will restrict the right-wing conspiracy movement QAnon and will no longer recommend that users join groups supporting it. The social media giant said it...

Nick Cave: Cancel culture is bad religion run amuck

Nick Cave has described “cancel culture” as “bad religion run amuck” and said political correctness has an “asphyxiating effect on the creative soul of...

More shows will close and not reopen, UK Theatre chief warns

More shows will close and not reopen and more theatres will go out of business, the chief of the Society of London Theatre and...

Anti-vaxxers are ‘nuts’ – Boris Johnson

UK prime minister Boris Johnson has said people opposed to vaccinations are “nuts” as he promoted an expanded programme of NHS flu jabs. During a...

BBC Radio commits £12m (€13m) to diverse and inclusive content

BBC Radio will commit £12 million (€13.16million) of its commissioning budget to diverse and inclusive content, it has been announced. The money, which will come...

Tory backlash over mandatory face coverings for England’s shoppers

Ministers in the UK faced a backlash from Conservative Party members and a senior MP over Boris Johnson’s move to make face masks mandatory...

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Owl rescued from New York Christmas tree returns to the wild

An owl that was rescued from the Rockefeller Centre Christmas tree has been released back into the wild. The tiny Saw-whet owl was named Rockefeller...

Suspect in Swiss knife attack had tried to travel to Syria

Police in Switzerland say a woman suspected of carrying out a knife attack that is being investigated as possible terrorism formed an online relationship...

Iran says British-Australian academic freed in exchange for three Iranians

Iran has released detained British-Australian academic Kylie Moore-Gilbert in exchange for three Iranians held abroad, according to Iran state TV. Ms Moore-Gilbert was a Melbourne...

China accuses UK of discriminating with tech ban

China has accused the UK of improperly attacking Chinese tech companies after the British government proposed a law to block market access to telecom...

Coronavirus cases in Europe are slowing down – WHO

The coronavirus pandemic has “slowed down” in the past week although death rates continued to rise, with more than 67,000 new deaths reported, the...
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