October 25, 2021

UK News

The removal of dangerous cladding from high-risk buildings is unlikely to be complete until seven-and-a-half years after the Grenfell Tower tragedy, government data suggests.

Boris Johnson has repeated his call for those eligible to get their COVID-19 booster jabs over the coming weeks, insisting vaccines are the UK's "way through" the pandemic.

The inauguration of a new governor of a province in Iran was dramatically interrupted by an angry man who slapped the new office-bearer across his face.

A 14-year-old boy is among four people arrested on suspicion of murder following a triple stabbing sparked by a "verbal dispute".

The nation is "dilly-dallying into lockdown" and action should be taken now to avoid much tougher COVID restrictions later, a government scientific adviser has warned.

Modern slavery cases across Britain have rocketed during the pandemic, according to a leading charity.

Modern slavery cases across Britain have rocketed during the pandemic, according to a leading charity.

The former head of England's coronavirus vaccine delivery drive is returning to the NHS to lead the booster jabs rollout amid growing concerns about COVID-19's impact this winter.

England's regional mayors have welcomed a £6.9bn spending boost for local transport - but they are also being warned of a "massive sting in the tail" to come from Chancellor Rishi Sunak.

People in Liverpool are being advised by the city's health chief to work from home, as the council looks to "let the pressure out" in the face of rising COVID cases.

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