"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.
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 is still in the mood that Microsoft once was, they think [they are] above the law," lawyer Thomas Höppner tells Newsweek.
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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."
Boris Johnson said that these new restrictions could last six months through winter until a vaccine is approved and deployed across the country.
"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.
"We must now take a package of protective measures in this bill," Boris Johnson told the House of Commons.
With many people in England unable to book COVID-19 tests, private clinics offering them have seen a "spike" in demand, with tests costing patients as much as £350 ($450) and earning private doctors, in some cases, millions in revenue.
Relations between Trump and Johnson have always seemed close, with the president calling the prime minister a "British Trump" and even Democratic nominee Joe Biden saying that Johnson was a Trump "clone."
"People can of course support whoever they want for the U.S. presidency, but to see three MPs giving the thumbs-up while holding a Trump banner personally makes me cringe," one critic said.
Boris Johnson is a big fan of Winston Churchill but won't want the same fate as the wartime prime minister.
A large European airline will need further government loans to survive, Norwegian's CEO announced.
Research has found that obesity doubles the risk of needing hospital treatment after contracting COVID-19.
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The number of pictures being painted, letters of the alphabet being re-defined and elephants in every room, you could be forgiven for thinking Westminster was pre-school.
A movie file found on a device belonging to Eric Joyce was a "category A image", the most severe category of indecency.
The Chief Medical Officer for England said that anything else opening would mean something else would have to close.
Craig Whittaker was asked to clarify exactly which people he thought were responsible: "[The] immigrant and Asian population," he answered.
The mosques that China is alleged to have destroyed were just "being renovated," Liu Xiaoming told a press conference.
Officials are keen to say that there is no evidence that the cat transmitted the virus to its owners.
The long-awaited "Russia report" into the threat Russia poses to the U.K. has been released with clear criticism of government.
The British foreign secretary said it was "necessary and proportionate" to stop this agreement ahead of the U.S., which is expected to take similar steps.
Almost half of children between 10 and 16 years old believe online gaming is only fun "when money is spent."
It was said by prosecutors that it was a movie file and was a "category A image", the most severe of categories of indecency.
This announcement comes one day before "Super Saturday," when pubs, restaurants and cinemas are set to open in England for the first time since lockdown began.