Unpaid internships have been slammed as exploitative by the government and campaigners who say they increase inequality.
It comes after Prime Minister Boris Johnson confirmed that the country was going through a second wave of the COVID-19 virus that has so far claimed the lives of over 42,000 people.
The British prime minister was criticized for not understanding his own rules and called "grossly incompetent" by the opposition Labour Party.
A judge in London ruled that the company was "fit and proper" after its license was previously revoked over safety concerns.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been accused of pursing an "anti-Muslim agenda" by Human Rights Watch, in which Muslims have been stripped of citizenship.
Boris Johnson has announced that the requirements to wear face coverings will be extended to the hospitality and retail sectors, as well as a 10pm curfew on pubs and hospitality venues at 10pm from Thursday, among a range of new measures.
The executive director of Human Rights Watch says that Donald Trump treats human rights legislation as a political tool rather than a matter of principle.
Boris Johnson is alleged to have flown into the Italian city of Perugia on September 11 in order to baptize his son.
4,322 new COVID-19 cases in the U.K. were confirmed today, a rise of nearly 1,000 on yesterday's numbers according to Public Health England.
The ethnicity pay gap "is costing the British economy as much as £24 billion ($31 billion) a year."
The prime minister told MPs that the financial consequences of a second lockdown would be anything but disastrous and the government had to make sure that the virus was defeated with the measures set out.
Pelosi had warned that there was "absolutely no chance of a U.S.-U.K. trade agreement passing the Congress" if the U.K. undermined the Northern Ireland peace agreement.
Charlie Elphicke had been found guilty by a jury in July of one count of sexual assault in 2007, and two further counts against a second woman in 2016.
From a million Uighur Muslims reportedly being put in prison camps in China to ethnic cleansing against Rohingya Muslims, crimes against Muslims have increased across the world.
Launching on October 30 worldwide, it comes featuring golden studs while the shield is trimmed featuring Louis Vuitton's monogram print.
Official figures show a spike in new cases and a "pinch" in being able to get tests after lockdown was eased.
On Monday, 2,948 COVID-19 cases were recorded, prompting warnings from the country's scientists that people had "relaxed too much".
Large-scale climate protests have restarted in the U.K., targeting the Houses of Parliament and other "key institutions of power".
Kesgrave High School in the east of England confirmed one of its pupils was involved and says that all at the school are safe.
"BAME is for people who posted black squares on Instagram and came up with anti-racist statements while looking at their all-white teams or all-white boards."
Around 10 percent of the U.S. population has diabetes and around one-third at risk of developing the disease.
The lamb's gigot, a word for "his backside, his bum", was particularly good, according to one of the purchasing farmers.
The company is cutting around a fifth of its workforce, potentially saving nearly $1 billion.
Olivia is the most popular girls name in 2019, followed by Amelia and Isla, according to figures released by the Office for National Statistics.
Alfred is rapidly moving its way up the list while Alex and Dexter are less popular than they once were.
Some of the most vulnerable women in society face the choice of either working in dangerous conditions or starvation, they say.