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Boris Johnson has so far refused to accept plans by Brussels to maintain the same level of access to Britain’s fishing waters as a key pillar of the post-Brexit future relationship. Instead the Prime Minister wants the fisheries agreement to recognise the country’s newly-acquired coastal independence. His chief negotiator, David Frost, has set out blueprints to agree new...
The report, published by researchers at Chengdu University on Information Technology in China, studied the monthly average temperature, humidity and downward short-wave ultraviolet radiation in the different provinces in China during the outbreak’s early stages. The research is the latest in a series of studies conducted in recent months that explain how weather conditions might change the contagion of...
Mr Verhofstadt, who was the European Parliament's Brexit representative, has been a persistent critic of both Britain's decision to leave the EU, and of the Prime Minister himself, stirred things up by tweeting a cartoon from the Sunday Times, in which the Prime Minister says: "I can't sack Dominic Cummings until he tells me to". The Belgian MEP...
“The reason we ask you to stick to these rules is because they help to protect you and your loved ones, they help us protect our National Health Service and they do help us to save lives."At least 15 Conservative backbenchers have called for Mr Cummings to go, while several others have spoken out against his actions.Bob Stewart,...
The Chancellor has put forward 'Project Birch' in order to save certain companies who are facing spiralling debt levels. Aviation, steel firms and aerospace companies have all been earmarked as the industries which could be protected. According to the Financial Times, the core principles would be to rescue companies which may harm the economy if they were to...
It comes after the Chinese tech company was banned from using American technology.The UK government confirmed on Sunday that the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) is examining the additional risks Huawei products may see as a result of the US sanctions.The branch of GCHQ made the decision after a meeting last Tuesday.Confirming the review, a government spokesman said:...
The BBC's Iain Watson suffered a technical difficulty that resulted in there being no sound when he was asking the Prime Minister a question during the daily coronavirus press conference. Boris Johnson later came back to the BBC journalist but Mr Watson was still having audio issues. Someone could then be seen helping Mr Watson in the background...
Speaking on BBC One's The Andrew Marr Show, Lord Tony Hall said the broadcaster had been able to bring the country together and cited the work of its local radio stations as an example. He said: "I think what the Covid crisis has proved is that people in their droves - 94% of the population of the UK...
The Prime Minister will hold a Cabinet meeting of his senior ministers on Monday to discuss ways in which the UK can further ease lockdown restrictions. This will likely include an update on the reopening of schools and possibly non-essential retail. The Government will begin its test and trace system, and the Prime Minister will advise the public...
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are renowned for their support in changing perceptions of mental health within the UK, and across the globe. Each year, the pair show their support for Mental Health Week by raising its profile and sharing their own experiences with the condition. For example, last year William, backed by numerous footballing legends, launched...