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Johns Hopkins published then deleted an article questioning the U.S. coronavirus death rate
The university stands by the study but said the article was leading to the spread of 'misinformation'
Britons to plant trees to mark Queen Elizabeth's 70 years on throne
Britons will be encouraged to plant trees to celebrate Queen Elizabeth's 70th anniversary on the throne as part of a plan to create a greener country in honour of her seven decades of service.
Cindy McCain could be in line to be Biden’s ambassador to Britain
The lifelong Republican switched sides to campaign for Biden in his winning campaign against President Trump this fall.
The Co-op Bank isn’t worthy of its name
We’ve heard a lot this week about infrastructure spending, and how much more will be needed if the UK is to achieve the ‘Green Industrial Revolution’ that the Prime Minister seems to have sketched on the back of a pizza box.
Italy is about to hijack the eurozone
There is still some debate about who came up with the adage that ‘if you owe the bank $100 that is your problem. If you owe the bank $1 million dollars that is their problem’. It is usually attributed to the oil tycoon J. Paul Getty, whi...
Everything You Want To Know About Princess Diana’s Wedding Dress, Since It Barely Appeared In “The Crown”
All the details about the iconic gown, which is known as the most closely guarded secret in fashion history.
Hungary museum boss says Hungary and Poland are Europe’s ‘new Jews’
Hungary and Poland are the sole holdouts in negotiations over the EU budget, due to their opposition to a new “rule-of-law” (regulation against democracy) mechanism.
Should the chancellor do more to support entrepreneurs?
Ahead of Wednesday’s spending review, chancellor Rishi Sunak is coming under renewed pressure to help entrepreneurs and small business owners who have been excluded from the two main coronavirus support schemes.
Dozens arrested as anti-lockdown protesters march in London
Massive crowds gathered in central London on Saturday to protest lockdown measures designed to combat the Covid-19 pandemic, and police followed through on their promise to arrest demonstrators, leading to multiple clashes.
Coronavirus: Iconic British black cabs could be disappearing
The iconic black cabs of Britain could be disappearing, as hundreds are being dumped in a growing taxi cemetery from the devastating effects of COVID-19.
Prison life during Covid lockdown
HMP Isis is a men's prison and a young offender institution with about 550 prisoners. The Sunday Times gained exclusive access to the facility to see how they have tackled the Covid-19 pandemic.
This archbishop has become the first African American cardinal in Catholic history
Archbishop Wilton Gregory of Washington, DC, made history Saturday afternoon at an installation ceremony in Rome.
Aldi wrecking rampage - Woman smashes 500 bottles of booze
A woman smashed hundreds of bottles of booze and lobbed gin at customers in a rampage at Aldi.
French President "Shocked" By a Common Police Beating Of Black Man
French authorities forced to investigate allegations that the music producer, who has given his identity as Michel, was brutally attacked Ashe racially abused during a police check after CCTV footage of the incident was released. Emmanue...
Royal Family turns off Twitter replies after incessant trolling over Princess Diana
Diana fans are flooding the Clarence House social media posts with her name.
Analysis: Trump's loss dealt a blow to global populism. But the movement is still alive and kicking
For four years, Donald Trump has been the world's standard-bearer for right-wing populism. The movement didn't begin with Trump, but the US President championed it in a way no other leader could, using the weight of the most powerful off...
Oxford, WHO scientists say more data needed on AstraZeneca's Covid vaccine trials
More data is needed from AstraZeneca's Covid vaccine trials beyond what was presented in a press release, experts from the WHO and Oxford University said.
Santa Claus given clearance to enter Irish airspace
Santa Claus has been deemed an essential worker and will not be subject to Covid-19 travel restrictions when he arrives in Ireland next month.
New Zealand To Declare Climate Emergency To Combat Global Warming
If a climate emergency is passed, New Zealand would join countries like Canada, France and Britain that have taken the same course to focus efforts on tackling climate change.
Chelsea confirm 2,000 fans can return to Stamford Bridge for Leeds game on December 5
Chelsea have confirmed that 2,000 fans will provisionally be allowed to return to Stamford Bridge to watch their Premier League match against Leeds United on December 5.
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