The new mandates were economically damaging and limited individual freedoms, argued many Conservatives legislators, with one calling them "a slippery slope."
French authorities identified 26 people who died when a migrant boat sank between France and the U.K. last month.
The medic criticized restrictions in response to Omicron, but her comments have been dismissed as "the most dangerous kind of message" and "utter rubbish."
Caregiver Chloe Girardier was diagnosed with Hodgkin lymphoma five months after first seeking medical help.
According to U.S. intelligence officials, Russia moved 70,000 troops close to Ukraine's border and is readying for a potential invasion early next year.
Boris Johnson set a December 31 goal to get a booster shot to eligible England residents, adding that the rest of the U.K. should speed up its rollout, too.
Florida has been the subject of some of the United States' most devastating COVID-19 waves over the course of the pandemic.
Acacia Surridge-Hill was eventually diagnosed with a diffuse midline glioma—a rare and aggressive form of cancer.
Omicron's spread has prompted world leaders to ramp up the rollout of booster shots as data suggests they provide extra protection against the variant.
A Christian ministry helping those with gender confusion fights cancellation by Barclays while a ban on conversion therapy plays out in the UK's Parliament.
Assange's lawyer dismissed the "vague assurances by the United States government, which has reportedly plotted to kidnap or even assassinate Mr. Assange."
The former U.S. president vented about his Israeli counterpart in interviews from a new book, stating that they haven't spoken since.
Last year, Joe Biden campaigned on the promise that America would lead the world in the fight against climate change.
The outbreak across Europe forced U.K. poultry farmers to kill nearly 500,000 birds after cases had been confirmed in poultry and wild birds.
The skeleton was uncovered at a Roman settlement in eastern England. It is the first discovery of its kind in the U.K. and only the fourth in the world.
The British prime minister has faced criticism following a leaked video showing his staff joking about a holiday party allegedly held at 10 Downing Street.
"The effect that this nightmare has had on my family is already heart-breakingly evident," Cavendish tweeted.
The new restrictions come as the omicron variant reaches over 500 new cases since its arrival.
The footage, which depicts a party held in December 2020, recently leaked and was aired on ITV to major controversy.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the U.K. will join in the diplomatic boycott, but he doesn't support boycotts involving athletes and they may compete.
Raphael Marshall claimed that nearly 200 cats and dogs were flown out of Afghanistan and that British soldiers were put at risk to evacuate the animals.
Grace Patricia Hamnet, aged 11, died after suffering "devastating" brain damage in the incident.
Johnson complained that the children's theme park was "stereotypical about Daddy Pig" while praising it as a shining example of "U.K. creativity."
"The advances we have made, and the knowledge we have gained, must not be lost," professor Sarah Gilbert said.
The ban on western imports is retaliation to what Belarus says is an "illegal external sanctions pressure aimed at undermining the sovereignty of Belarus."
A drug wipe test found that 11 of the 12 restrooms tested showed traces of cocaine. The restrooms were accessible only to those with parliamentary passes.
Only 3.78 million Nigerians have been fully vaccinated out of the country's 206 million population.
Arthur Walker, 45, threatened the worker who was dealing with a build-up of traffic outside a McDonald's branch, a court was told.
"She won't leave my side. I've definitely found a best friend for life; and she has too!" the dog's new owner said.
The Federal Trade Commission claimed that the deal would give Nvidia control over technology that other companies need to manufacture their own chips.