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Jacinda Ardern credits virus response for election win

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has described her landslide election victory as an endorsement of her government’s efforts to stamp out the coronavirus...

Boris Johnson appears to get his coronavirus rules wrong again

Boris Johnson appears to have got his coronavirus rules wrong again after advising single parents they may not be able to see their children...

Scottish independence support at record high of 58%, new poll suggests

Support for Scottish independence has increased to 58 per cent, a new poll suggests, continuing an upward trend in recent months. The new survey of...

Scottish MP who breached Covid guidelines “hung out to dry” after apology

Margaret Ferrier has claimed she was “hung out to dry” by the SNP after posting a scripted statement in which she admitted breaching coronavirus...

Margaret Ferrier should quit as MP over Covid breaches, Sturgeon insists

First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon has repeated her call for disgraced MP Margaret Ferrier to quit for repeatedly breaching coronavirus rules by travelling...

Record levels believe Scotland would now vote for independence, poll shows

Almost a third of Scots who voted against independence in 2014 have changed their mind and are either unsure or would vote Yes, according...

Boris Johnson speaks with Macron as Brexit deadline looms

Boris Johnson has held down-to-the-wire Brexit talks with Emmanuel Macron as the clock ticks towards the deadline for a Brexit deal. The UK's Prime Minister...

‘Shambolic’ error causes 16,000 cases of Covid-19 to go unreported in England

A technical glitch which meant almost 16,000 Covid-19 cases in England went unreported has led to a delay in efforts to trace contacts of...

EU chief calls for trade talks with UK to ‘intensify’

European Commission president Ursula von der Leyen has called for trade talks with the UK to “intensify” as she prepared to take stock of...

Johnson pledges to get students home for Christmas despite rising Covid rates

Students will be able to go home for Christmas, despite coronavirus cases rising “quite rapidly” among young people. UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson pledged to...

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Greater Manchester faces coronavirus ultimatum

The UK government has given local leaders in Greater Manchester until midday on Tuesday to agree stringent new coronavirus controls. UK Communities Secretary Robert Jenrick...

US Justice Department files landmark legal case against Google

The US Justice Department has launched legal proceedings against Google alleging that the tech giant abused its dominance in online search and advertising to...

Lagos under curfew amid Nigeria anti-police protests

Nigerian authorities have announced a 24-hour curfew in Lagos amid mounting nationwide unrest following two weeks of widespread protests against alleged police brutality. The inspector-general...

Brexit: ‘Obvious’ both sides will compromise in trade talks, EU says

The European Union has signalled it is prepared to make compromises in order to revive trade talks with the UK – as long as...

Donald Trump attacks polls, press and Dr Fauci

An angry President Donald Trump came out swinging on Monday against Dr Anthony Fauci, the press and polls that show him trailing Democrat Joe...
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