Nirosha Sithirapathy filed 42 discrimination and harassment complaints to an employment tribunal about her boss and coworkers.
One theory? It could be Euro2020 and the way the sports fans have influenced the spread of infection.
Photos of the wreckage suggest the vehicle hit her car on the driver's side.
"We seriously warn this group: They are obliged to remain restrained and obey the rules," China's state-run media said in an editorial.
Sussex Police began investigating the cats' deaths after they were first reported in 2018, suspecting potential foul play.
The U.K.'s Queen Elizabeth Carrier Strike Group sailed into the South China Sea on Monday, making a port call in Singapore.
A 2016 ruling from the Hague rejected China's claim and allowed the U.S., U.K. and Australia to conduct routine freedom of navigation operations in parts of the South China Sea.
Starting August 16, anyone who has been fully vaccinated can opt to take daily COVID-19 tests, but many businesses have pushed for the change to come sooner.
The announcement that the U.S. will keep the restrictions in place coincides with rising cases in the U.S. caused by the COVID-19 Delta variant.
The U.K. saw a fall in the amount of COVID cases for five days in a row for the first time since February, despite recently lifting restrictions.
Rosie was suffering from painful glaucoma when she arrived at her rescue center and had to undergo surgery.
Juliette Ashby recalls growing up with the musical icon in London and the pain of her friend's death 10 years ago.
In what has been dubbed by local media as a "pingdemic," the contact-tracing app alerted 618,903 people in England and Wales this week alone to self isolate.
"Today we learnt that vinyl doesn't like heatwaves," the man who sacrificed a Demi Lovato album jokingly concluded.
The Chinese Foreign Ministry said it opposed military signaling against China after Britain said it would permanently deploy two warships to Asia.
Great Britain's women's soccer team performed the protest against racism just before its game against Chile.
Ben Wallace, currently on a two-day visit to Japan, confirmed the deployments of HMS Spey and HMS Tamar to Asia on Tuesday.
Vallance wrongly stated around 60 percent of U.K. COVID-19 hospitalizations were among fully vaccinated people, rather than those who were not vaccinated.
"[E]ven fully vaccinated travelers may be at risk for getting and spreading COVID-19 variants," the CDC said in a statement on Monday.
"Today's advice does not recommend vaccinating under-18s without underlying health conditions at this point in time," said the U.K. Health Secretary.
"Population immunity is unlikely to be achieved without much higher levels of vaccination than can be reasonably expected by July 19, 2021," the letter said.
Scientists and medical experts express concerns as England lifts a majority of COVID restrictions despite daily infection rates of around 50,000.
Medical professionals told the schoolgirl's mother they had "never seen anything like this."
The Taliban is now believed to control about half of the 400 provinces in the country.
The British parliamentary committee issued a report calling for the boycott to pressure China to "end its persecution" of the minority Muslim group.
An 82-year-old woman was told her hair was too short and too gray to donate after she gave herself a buzz cut in the name of cancer research.
Investigators in England have spent more than two years trying to find out where the dismembered body part found on a footpath came from.