September 26, 2020

UK News

Thousands of GPs and nurses are being forced to stay off work as they cannot get tested for COVID-19, the professional body for general practitioners has said.

The acting head of the UK's court service has apologised to a black barrister who was mistaken for a defendant three times in one day.

The government has been accused of "failing" transgender people after scrapping plans to make it easier for a person to officially change gender without a medical diagnosis.

Two men have died and three people were seriously injured after a police chase in Salford on Wednesday night.

Sir Harold Evans was the greatest newspaper editor of the past hundred years - challenged only for that honour perhaps by the late Ben Bradlee of The Washington Post.

The number of people testing positive for coronavirus in England is almost three times as many as at the end of August, official data shows.

Swiss authorities have ordered 2,500 students at an elite university to quarantine after off-campus parties led to "significant outbreaks"of COVID-19.

Requiring lorry drivers to get a permit to enter Kent from neighbouring counties after the end of the Brexit transition period has been branded "pointless" by an industry body.

What could we have done, practically, to have controlled COVID-19 better in the UK - if we had no restraints?

As news broke that three officers were not going to be charged with killing Breonna Taylor, Jefferson Square Park in Louisville briefly fell silent.

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