Amid a spiral of Omicron cases in Europe and other parts of the world, if there is one nation that is virtually in a flap, it is Britain. Already, it has been facing the receiving end of the virus fallout from France, which has barred British tourists from its shores.
At some point, we are going to have to admit that the British dream has failed. If the American dream is about the equality of opportunity based on individual goals, its British equivalent is our addiction to homeownership and the way in which
Prime Minister Boris Johnson was joined by Annemarie Plas, who founded the #ClapforCarers initiative that lasted for 10 weeks following the imposition of the national lockdown on March 23, during Sunday's round of applause.
In the caption, the singer said, “These videos are incredible and I’m so honoured this song if mine now is yours, can be so uplifting in a such difficult times. Thank you frontline heroes for all you’re doing!”
An NHS nurse and her new husband received an unexpected surprise during their virtual wedding when Ellie Goulding appeared to serenade them for their first dance.
Chronic pain pitches the sufferer into a foul hellscape in which the body becomes the enemy. For me, the worst of it is the neuropathic pain in my useless right foot. Think of a thousand tiny needles — each of them tipped with hot acid — constantly jabbing at you. Or having someone hold you down before attacking your extremities with wire wool
Johnson declined to say whether Dominic Cummings was telling the truth in his incendiary claims to MPs on Wednesday, but said: "Some of the commentary I've heard doesn't bear any relation to reality."
Johnson’s office says he left St. Thomas’ Hospital and will continue his recovery at Chequers, the prime minister’s country house. He will not immediately return to work.
Tens of thousands of nurses and ambulance service staff walked off the job on Monday in a pay dispute, putting further strain on Britain's state-run National Health Service (NHS) with their largest ever strike.
Earlier this month, Moore began a fundraising mission for charities that help front-line National Health Service staff battling the COVID-19 crisis by completing laps of his garden with the help of a walking frame, initially setting out to raise just £1,000.