January 21, 2021

UK News

MPs have backed a motion calling for the upcoming cut in Universal Credit to be scrapped, with nearly all Conservative MPs abstaining.

The health secretary has said there are "brighter times" ahead as the coronavirus vaccine rollout continues, but warned the public: "Don't blow it now."

Two teenage climate activists are more than a week into a hunger strike in protest against the opening of a new coal mine.

Pensioners who today joined more than four million Britons who have now received their first coronavirus vaccine dose have described the experience as "quite pleasant" and a reason to feel "more positive about the future".

Four million people have now received a coronavirus jab, the prime minister has revealed, as he warned the public there will be no "open sesame" of lockdown easing.

Four million people have now received a coronavirus jab, the prime minister has revealed, as he warned the public there will be no "open sesame" of lockdown easing.

The US Capitol Complex was put into lockdown with no entry or exit, due to an "external security threat".

The US Capitol Complex was put into lockdown with no entry or exit, due to an "external security threat".

The US Capitol Complex was put into lockdown with no entry or exit, due to an "external security threat".

The home secretary has said experts are working "flat out" to fix the problems caused by the accidental deletion of hundreds of thousands of police records.

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