British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Wednesday he looked forward to working with Joe Biden on their “shared priorities”, just hours before Biden is inaugurated as the 46th president of the United States.more
Under tougher plans reportedly being considered by ministers, supermarkets could be encouraged to implement a ‘shop alone’ policy amid concerns that trips to the local store are being seen as a family ‘outings’. more
British Airways has suspended flights on the London-Heathrow-Warsaw route until the end of January. Depending on the development of the epidemic, the cruises may be resumed in mid-February this year - said the spokesman of Chopin Airport, Piotr Rudzki.more
London may be deep in lockdown but the housing market has still managed a strong start to the new year. The average asking price of a property in the capital is now £604,000 according to the latest figures from Rightmove.more
UK Health Minister Matt Hancock said he had self-isolated by Sunday after receiving a warning from the NHS Covid-19 mobile app that he may have been in contact with someone who tested positive for the coronavirus.
More than 20 trucks unloaded with shellfish stood near the seat of the British Prime Minister and the Houses of Parliament in central London. The owners of fishing companies are thus protesting against the post-Brexit bureaucracy which prevented them from exporting their goods to the EU.
A third of people who recovered after suffering from severe Covid were readmitted to hospital within five months with complications including heart problems, diabetes and chronic liver and kidney conditions. more
The Duke of Sussex is “heartbroken by the situation with his family” after moving to America, his friend Tom Bradby has said. However, the ITV News at Ten anchor said Harry and Meghan are “content” with their new lives after stepping down as working royals and are “quite excited” by the things they are doing.more
Krzysztof Szczerski, Secretary of State in the Chancellery of the President, announced that, on the orders of President Andrzej Duda, he would meet with the British ambassador to Poland today about a Pole who remains in a coma.
The UK is on track to offer every adult in the country the first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine by September, and if it can be gotten faster, it will be a bonus, said British Foreign Minister Dominic Raab.
Hospitals, nursing homes, clinics, pharmacies, exhibition and conference halls and sports venues where Covid-19 vaccination is taking place in Britain are joined this weekend by the most spectacular sites - two medieval cathedrals.