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Sun, 25 Oct 2020 04:05:29 IST

Rishi Sunak ‘barred for life' from UK pub
UK Chancellor Rishi Sunak and three fellow ruling Conservative Party members of Parliament from northern England have been “barred for life” by a local pub and restaurant in their constituency region after they voted against free school meals for children during the holidays.

Act now to curb spiraling Covid-19, EU agency says
Populations' vulnerability to infection remains high, with data suggesting immunity levels at less than 15% in most areas and the overall death rate rising for over a month, the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) said in an updated risk assessment.

Millions more head into UK virus lockdowns
Central Manchester was eerily quiet after the central government imposed its most stringent measures on the city and its surrounding region, following bitter resistance from local leaders who wanted more money to help affected businesses and workers.

Pramod, Lakshmi Mittal's brother, declared bankrupt by London high court
Pramod Mittal, the younger brother of the world’s richest steel magnate, ArcelorMittal chairman and CEO Lakshmi Mittal, was made bankrupt by the UK high court in June. Despite Lakshmi being the 10th richest person in India, Pramod, who lives near Hyde Park, failed to settle a judgment debt of $166 million (Rs 1,223 crore) against him in the commercial court of the high court.

Britain partners with Oxford firm to assess coronavirus vaccine T cell responses


Adding a Sikh ethnic tick box to UK census would cost over Rs 2,000 crore and delay census by full year, court hears


EU to UK on Brexit talks: 'You can't have cake, eat it too'
The European Union took a defiant tone on Wednesday as the standoff over resuming post-Brexit trade negotiations with the United Kingdom intensified, telling London that “you cannot have your cake and eat it too.”

UK scientific advisor says coronavirus unlikely to be eradicated


EU to UK on Brexit talks: 'You can't have cake, eat it too'
The European Union took a defiant tone on Wednesday as the standoff over resuming post-Brexit trade negotiations with the United Kingdom intensified, telling London that "you cannot have your cake and eat it too."

Patients can have symptoms for months: Oxford


UK insists EU must go further to break Brexit deadlock
Britain on Monday welcomed signals that the European Union was ready to intensify stalled post-Brexit trade talks, but said its commitments did not yet go far enough to restart face-to-face negotiations.

UK says 'meaningless' to resume Brexit talks without EU compromise


Tower of London ravens re-adapt to life after lockdown
According to legend firmly rooted in Britain's collective imagination, if all the ravens were to leave the Tower, the kingdom would collapse and the country be plunged into chaos.

No one to be charged with murder of three Sikhs in London
Not one person will be charged with the murder of three British Sikh builders from Punjab who were stabbed to death in an East London alleyway in January this year, a spokesperson for the Metropolitan Police confirmed to TOI on Sunday. “There is no further investigation at this time in respect of this matter,” the spokesperson added.

Hope of Covid-19 vaccine deployment in UK by New Year: Report


Rishi Sunak unveils new 50-pence Diversity Coin for UK circulation
UK Chancellor Rishi Sunak on Saturday unveiled a new 50-pence Diversity Coin to celebrate Britain's diverse history and recognise the “profound contribution” minority communities have made to the shared history of the country.

US businesswoman says did have affair with UK PM Johnson: Daily Mail


UK PM Johnson says time to get ready for 'no deal' Brexit


While Boris Johnson sinks, Rishi Sunak is on the rise


'Difficult winter ahead': London goes into stricter lockdown
Millions of London residents will face tougher 'Tier 2' Covid-19 measures from Saturday, with a ban on households mixing indoors, as part of UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson's new '3-Tier' coronavirus alert system enforced to curb the spread of the disease. The alert system comprises three levels: "Medium", "High" and "Very High".







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