Yanis Varoufakis warns Trumpism Will Get Stronger
Varoufakis also thinks the Democrats will fragment over the coming years.
Why Are Illegal Raves Still Taking Place During Lockdown?
Police issued over $20,000 in fines after breaking up an illegal rave in London attended by 300 people.
Pilot Fined After Landing at Royal Air Force Base 'to See the Beach'
The pilot was called "flippant" and "arrogant" for breaching COVID-19 lockdown rules after initially planning to visit his mum.
COVID-19 Infections Haven't Declined in England Despite Lockdown
Cases increased by 50 percent between early December and January 15, according to a new study.
Muslim Americans 'Thrilled' Ahead of Travel Ban Being Lifted
Joe Biden has vowed to end the "Muslim Ban on day one."
People of Color Still 50 percent More Likely to be Fined for COVID Breaches
Over 30000 fines were issued, with Black, Asian and minority ethnic people more likely to be fined.
Over 4,000 New Cases of 'Long COVID' a Day in U.K., Politician Warns
There are 300,000 people living with long COVID already in the U.K., Layla Moran MP said.
U.K. bans Travelers from South America and Portugal Over New Variant
The ban takes effect from Friday morning.
Dr. Tegnell: Sweden No-Lockdown Plan 'Wasn't That Different' To Elsewhere
Sweden's State Epidemiologist Dr. Anders Tegnell insists the country's approach was similar to the rest of Europe.
Dutch Officials Take Sandwiches From British Truckers in Brexit Rule Change
Drivers were told they can no longer bring certain foods to Europe.
Mass COVID-19 Vaccination Sites Open Across England as Cases Rise
The government plans to vaccinate 15 million people by mid-February.
Property Firm Offered Doctors $135,000 to Skip COVID Vaccine Queue
The firm wanted to use any "unused" vaccine and was willing to pay doctors directly.
Boris Johnson "Unreservedly Condemns" Trump's Role in Capitol Violence
The British prime minister said Trump was "completely wrong" for casting doubts on the election result.
London Population to Fall for First Time in 30 years
The capital's population could shrink by 300,000, from about 9 million in 2020 to 8.7 million this year.
Teen Girl and Two Boys Charged With Murder in Court After Boy, 13, Dies
Oliver Stephens, 13, was allegedly stabbed to death on Sunday.
Four People Fined $1,000 for Traveling to McDonald's Breakfast in U.K.
The two men and two women, traveling in the same car, were not from the same household.
Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 Vaccine Approved For Use in U.K.
The U.K. has ordered 100 million doses of the vaccine, enough to vaccinate 50 million people.
Muslim Man Compared to 'Bomber' by Woman on Bus in U.K.
Ali Imdad says he was disappointed the driver threatened to throw him off the bus after her remarks.
Can People From the U.S. Travel To and From U.K After COVID Mutation?
Countries across Europe have suspended flights and closed borders to the U.K. over fears of a new strain of COVID-19.
Fact Check: Is Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine Not Halal, as Viral Video Claims?
A video has emerged of a man, identifying himself as Muslim, claiming that the vaccine is haram (not permissible) for Muslims.
Boat With $80 million Worth of Cocaine Washes Up in Marshall Islands
The drugs were discovered by locals who found packets hidden in a compartment inside the boat.
Man Tortured With Hammer and Knife by Homeless Couple He Let Stay With Him
The victim was tied up, had his knee caps smashed with a hammer and his feet burnt with a cigarette.
Millions Miss Out on Lifesaving Scans Caused by COVID-19 Backlog
Around one in seven people are now waiting more than three months for scans.
NHS Worker Who Treated COVID Patients Forced To Leave Due to Visa Rules
Arun Panabaka spent four months in intensive care units as a nursing assistant treating COVID-19 patients.
John McDonnell Says Corbyn Suspension Was 'Huge Overreaction'
He warned that members of the party felt they were being silenced.
Cyberattack 'Leaves U.K. Infrastructure Exposed for Months'
It could take months to remove the malware, according to a cybersecurity expert.
Poverty Linked to Higher Risk of COVID-19 Death
Those from more disadvantaged areas were also more likely to suffer from severe illness from the virus.
Greater Manchester Police 'Failed to Record Over 80,000 Crimes in a Year'
Cases were also closed without proper investigation.
Boris Johnson and EU set Deadline for Brexit 'Moment of Finality'
Significant differences still remain between the two sides.
Half a Million Children Living in Destitution Across U.K.
The number of children living in extreme poverty has increased by 52 percent in two years.