10 Years In, Tim Cook's Apple Still Has One More Thing
The Apple CEO has been in the job for 10 years but still hasn't really introduced any game-changing products. Could the "Apple Car" change all that?
I Was Saved in the London Riots by the Hackney Heroine
"10 years on and you've brought me tears," Pauline Pearce says. "I'll never forget that moment and I'm overwhelmed. I'm really happy to find out that you're alive after all this time."
After Five Years of Brexit Meaning Brexit, It Remains Difficult to Define
Everyone know that "Brexit means Brexit" but, five years after the vote, many Brits aren't any clearer on what that really means in practice.
Brexit Could Cost Talent. A U.K. Educator on What Universities Can Do Now
"Universities are felt by many people not to be quite as relevant as they could be. They have become a preserve of the left-wing elite," says Professor Sir Ed Byrne. "Their thinking isn't as fine-tuned as it might be with the needs of ordinary people and their communities."
New British COVID Lockdown Could Last Until Anniversary on March 23
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is rumored to be looking at the end of COVID restrictions to be a year to the day since the start of them.
British Man Receives World's First Dose of Oxford COVID Vaccine
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has promised "tens of millions" of vaccinations in the next three months.
England to Ban Animal Exports for Slaughter in European First
Britain will continue to export millions of poultry but animal export from England and Wales for slaughter will end.
Former Hospital Worker Charged With Dozens of Child Sexual Offenses
The 84 charges include rape, attempted rape, sexual assault of a child under 13 and indecent assault on a male.
Joe Biden: Hard Border on the Island of Ireland 'Just Not Right'
President-elect Joe Biden has reaffirmed his belief in the Good Friday Agreement and that nothing should put Irish peace in jeopardy.
The World Is $277 Trillion in Debt So Why Aren't Economists More Worried?
Economists are keeping calm, carrying on and using war analogies to assure the public that everything will be ok.
Brexit Architect Dominic Cummings Going Leaves 'Power Vacuum' in Government
"The Conservative Party is not a happy place at the moment," Sir Craig Oliver said.
Britain Attempts to Test Whole Population for COVID
Officials are purchasing over 60 million tests a month with the hope to be the biggest country in the world to be testing everybody.
'Major Incident' Declared After Car Crashed Into London Police Station
There are a number of videos of the incident, showing a man getting out of the car after crashing into the police station, pouring a substance onto the road before setting it alight as a police vehicle arrives.
British Politicians Rebel Against Any Further COVID Lockdowns
England is currently under tight lockdown restrictions, with all non-essential shops and pubs, gyms and non-elite sport shut down.
What Happens to Brexit Now Joe Biden Is President-Elect?
Biden has Irish heritage and would gain more economically from agreeing trade deals with the European Union first rather than the U.K.
British Prime Minister Refuses to Say Donald Trump Should Concede
Boris Johnson refused to say Donald Trump had lost despite being willing to say that Joe Biden had won.
Neil Kinnock Happy to Write New Biden Speeches, Even Without Attribution
Kinnock could not be happier for the president-elect and is even willing to reprise his role as Biden's "greatest ever speechwriter."
Will Donald Trump's 'Fraud' Claims End up in the Supreme Court?
President Trump has promised that the Supreme Court will have the final judgment on the 2020 election.
Nigel Farage Says Vote Fraud 'There for All to See' Despite No Evidence
Trump's friend, British politician Farage, said Trump made comments about victory "out of frustration."
Four Killed in Vienna 'Terror Attack' With Shootings in Six Locations
The incident is still ongoing with at least one shooter still believed to be at large.
More Terror Attacks Inevitable in France as 'War on Islamists' Continues
It was 1971 when France last went a calendar year without a terror attack.
Health Worker Thrown From Train After Confronting Maskless Group
The victim's eye socket was broken in three places after he was thrown from the train after being repeatedly punched.
Africa's Largest Nation Backs Trump Despite Black Lives Matter Hostility
While Trump wanted to stop immigrants coming to the U.S. from countries like Nigeria in a "clearly racist" move, his support hasn't gone anywhere, despite Black Lives Matter and the "End SARS" crisis.
Boris Johnson Tells Britain to 'Get Ready for No-Deal Brexit'
"We will prosper mightily as an independent free-trading nation, controlling our own borders, our fisheries and setting our own laws," the U.K. prime minister said.
Russia and China Biggest Threats to U.K., New MI5 Intelligence Boss Says
Moscow delivered "bursts of bad weather" but China was responsible for "changing the climate" of security and intelligence, the new head of MI5 Ken McCallum said.
Google Accused of Not Fixing 'Illegal Advantage' Competition Problems
"Google is still in the mood that Microsoft once was, they think [they are] above the law," lawyer Thomas Höppner tells Newsweek.
Why Does Jeremy Corbyn's Brother Still Believe COVID-19 Is a Hoax?
COVID-19 is definitely real but millions of people around the world believe it isn't. Is it just a perfect storm of conspiracy theorists congregating around one issue?
U.K. Government to Top Up Wages for Six Months As COVID Measures Continue
Rishi Sunak said that the British economy is going through a "more permanent adjustment" and what happens now "must be different from what came before."
Johnson Tells U.K. to 'Summon Discipline' as COVID 'Second Wave' Grows
Boris Johnson said that these new restrictions could last six months through winter until a vaccine is approved and deployed across the country.
U.K. Could Hit 50,000 COVID-19 Cases-a-Day by Mid-October, Scientists Warn
"The trend in the U.K. is heading in the wrong direction and we are at a critical point in the pandemic," Britain's top medical advisers have warned.