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Queen’s speech: voters will need photo ID for general elections
Government’s legislative agenda is unlikely to include long-awaited reforms to adult social care
Here's what's known about the coronavirus variants
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said this week it had designated a coronavirus variant first seen in India as a "variant of interest," adding it to the growing collection of viral variants it's keeping an eye on.
John Oliver explains why some people don’t want to get the Covid-19 vaccine and how they might be reassured
Video: Happy 200 years to The Guardian!
To mark the Guardian's 200th birthday, an array of names from culture, science and politics are celebrating the impact we've had on their lives and careers. from everyone at the Guardian.
EU (446 million inhabitants) seals deal for up to 1.8 billion Pfizer jabs.
The European Commission has approved a new Covid vaccine contract with Pfizer and BioNTech - in addition to all the contract signed already with other vaccine producers- paving the way for as many as 1.8 billion doses for 2021-23, 4 time...
Private equity is targeting sports. Now fans and players are pushing back
In New Zealand, rugby isn't just a sport. It's a national obsession, a major cultural force and a huge source of pride.
Danske Bank Watchdog Calls for EU Debate on Client Secrecy Rules
The financial watchdog overseeing Danske Bank A/S says the European Union needs to re-examine the limits of client privacy if it’s serious about fighting money laundering and other forms of financial crime.
MPs urged to demand the names of Canadians behind offshore tax shelters
Five years ago, tax law expert André Lareau was blocked from giving testimony before the House of Commons finance committee by a last-minute gag order preventing witnesses from talking about a prominent accounting firm’s tax avoidance sc...
DeFi More Disruptive to Banks Than Bitcoin, Says ING
Netherlands-based ING Bank has been analyzing the risks and opportunities associated with the exploding decentralized finance (DeFi) space.
Charles 'has met Archie twice and doesn't have recent photo of them together
Prince Charles has only met his grandson Archie twice and couldn’t find an up-to-date photo to use for his birthday message, according to reports.
Does 'Global Britain' care about the poorest?: UK's moral authority reduced by 'short-sighted' cuts, says academic
As charities accuse the UK government of delivering a ‘tragic blow’ to the world’s poorest, Michael Alexander speaks to Professor John Briggs – chairman of the Perth-based Royal Scottish Geographical Society – who wants more e to help th...
Nearly ALL of Britain's biggest 50 firms plan flexible work-from-home model
The companies plan on using a "hybrid" model of work, allowing staff to work from home two or three days a week post-pandemic.
World's Largest Cargo Plane Leaves For India With 3 Oxygen Plants From UK
Each of the three oxygen generation units - the size of 40 foot freight containers - produces 500 litres of oxygen per minute, enough for 50 people to use at a time.
Leaked Data Reveals UK Concerned About 1 Version Of Indian Variant Of COVID-19
COVID-19: According to a report based on leaked data by the BBC, Public Health England (PHE) is said to have recommended the B.1.617.2 version of the Indian variant to be classed as Variant of Concern (VOC) as it appears to spread more q...
The posh London address 4,000 firms call home
Aspiring entrepreneurs know that an impressive office address can be a powerful asset.
Venezuela’s Modeling Agencies Repeatedly Linked to Human Trafficking
As sex trafficking has soared in Venezuela, seemingly legitimate modeling agencies are repeatedly being linked to cases of human trafficking, often sending women abroad.
Britain says it won't seek EU access for City of London at 'any cost'
It would be wrong for Britain to seek access for the City of London to the European Union's markets at "any cost" if it made tailoring rules harder, the Financial Conduct Authority said on Thursday.
UK ministers urged to make tech giants responsible for scams
Coalition of organisations including City of London police and Which? demand social media sites vet adverts
Millions vote in key election for Scotland, England and Wales
The vote could have far-reaching implications for the fate of the opposition Labour Party and for Scotland's future in the UK.
Money to Germany above life of all the others: On Covid Vaccines, Germany Says Patent Protection "Must Remain"
The US suggestion for the lifting of patent protection for Covid-19 vaccines has significant implications for vaccine production as a whole," said a government spokeswoman.
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