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How will covid-19 change travel?
The covid-19 pandemic has devastated the travel industry. But as vaccines are rolled out and global travel slowly picks up, how will the industry evolve, and will holidays ever be the same again?
Harry: We did not walk way... I did what any husband would do
The Duke of Sussex says life is in public service - but he left UK because his mental health was being destroyed
Could Facebook's news row in Australia replicate itself in Europe?
Facebook's move to ban news sites from its platform in Australia was a chilling warning for those who fear the same censorship and democracy blackout could happen in Europe.
Prince Harry on life in California and what he thinks about The Crown
The Duke of Sussex has given further insights into life in California with Meghan and their son Archie, giving an interview to James Corden while travelling the streets of Los Angeles on an open-top bus.
A right royal own goal: Queen oversteps the mark with vaccine comments
The Queen has implied that Britons who do not wish to take a Covid-19 vaccine are selfish, saying people should think of others and not themselves. Breaking a long tradition of neutrality, the monarch has joined the orthodoxy.
How Britain could keep its 'crown' in finance and technology after Brexit
The United Kingdom should introduce special visas and overhaul its stock market rules to allow entrepreneurs to keep control of their companies if it wants to remain competitive in financial technology after Brexit.
Rishi Sunak's wealthy wife 'claimed up to £100,000 from furlough' to pay staff
Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s wife – one of Britain’s wealthiest women – is said to have claimed up to £100,000 from the coronavirus furlough scheme for her business.
Horror as Oprah Winfrey asks Mary-Kate and Ashley about their size
Oprah Winfrey has come under fire for her ‘problematic’ interview with teenage Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen in which she asked them about their clothing size.
Palace aides say Prince Harry's interview with James Corden was 'unhelpful'
Buckingham Palace has named Prince Harry’s open-top bus interview with James Corden ‘unhelpful’, royal sources claim.
Airbnb predicts 'significant' travel rebound
Online booking platform Airbnb has said it is preparing for a "significant" travel rebound as the world emerges from coronavirus lockdowns.
British Property Tycoon Emerges as Investor in Alleged Art Scam
The British entrepreneur who built up property company Dawnay Day before it collapsed amid the global financial crisis may be encountering trouble with a more recent investment — a share in a painting purchased from a high-flying art dea...
UK: Bank-funded police arrest 122 fraudsters
A specialist policing unit funded by banks arrested 122 fraudsters last year amid a huge rise in money launderers using members of the public as so-called “money mules”.
Fraudsters stepped up efforts in new year, HMRC figures show
Scam attempts by fraudsters masquerading as the UK’s tax authority surged as potential victims completed tax returns while staying at home.
U.K.’s Financial Crimes Agency Wants Companies to Invest in Compliance
The U.K.’s major economic crimes investigative agency has taken steps to emphasize the need for companies to invest in programs and procedures designed to prevent wrongdoing, its director said on Tuesday.
Great-great gran, 105, says she beat Covid by eating 'gin-soaked raisins'
An 105-year-old nursing home resident says she managed to overcome Covid-19 by eating nine gin-soaked raisins per day and ‘no junk food’.
Metro owner accuses Facebook of 'blackmail' over Australia news content row
The company which owns Metro, as well as other newspapers, has accused Facebook and Google of ‘blackmail’ over the news content row in Australia.
Queen speaks out about getting Covid vaccine: ‘It didn’t hurt at all’
The Queen has spoken publicly for the first time about getting her Covid-19 jab, saying, “It didn’t hurt at all.”
GCHQ says AI can help UK combat disinformation attacks
GCHQ says AI can be used widely in the fight against disinformation - and will commit to using it ethically.
Spy agency turns to AI to tackle child abuse
UK intelligence agency GCHQ intends to use artificial intelligence to tackle issues from child sexual abuse to disinformation and human trafficking.
What Britain could learn from New Zealand about home-schooling
If ever there was a moment to address the issue of home-schooling, it is now. The pandemic has disrupted teaching, school life and examinations in catastrophic ways. Many children will now never get the education they would have had. But...
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