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The Metropolitan Police Service said it had made 36 arrests, most for breaching months-old virus regulations that outlaw leaving home except for a limited number of reasons.
British consumer confidence has risen to its highest level since the coronavirus pandemic started, polling firm YouGov said on Monday. YouGov said its consumer confidence score increased by two points to 105.4,
This refers to the report “Foreign students on the verge of starvation in pandemic-hit UK” in the Gulf Today (Feb. 20).
It is now being said that Mariupol, the eastern port city of Ukraine, and more accurately of the Russian-occupied Donbas region, has fallen, and that the last of the soldiers who had resisted had surrendered. Both Kyiv and Moscow have confirmed
Australians punch drunk after three crisis-ridden years of fire, flood and plague will go to the polls on Saturday, in a tight race narrowly tipped to end a decade of conservative rule. Opinion polls have consistently shown centre-left Labor ahead, suggesting
I don’t want to ruin your morning, but yesterday the governor of the Bank of Englandwarned of an “apocalypse” in this country. Literally, that was the word he used. “[The issue] that I am going to sound rather apocalyptic about is food,” he said.
It’s noisy inside the Mamprobi clinic in Accra as kids clamber over their mothers while they wait to get their measles vaccines. Outside, an area reserved for COVID-19 shots is empty. A health worker leans back in his chair and scrolls on a tablet.