Nearly five years after Brazil’s worst environmental disaster, 200,000 individuals, councils, church and indigenous groups have joined a class action in the UK.
Results from phase 2 trials of COVID-19 vaccines in the UK and China have shown promising results, and given hope for a local vaccine candidate just starting trials.
Australia’s limited-overs tour to England is set to go ahead in September, with the touring party likely to fly to the UK on a private charter plane.
Britain named NEC Corp and Fujitsu Ltd as potential alternative suppliers to Huawei, according to reports.
Boris Johnson has reversed an approval given just seven months ago to the Chinese company.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has endured friendly fire from allied countries and fellow Tory MPs ahead of an expected reversal on allowing the Chinese company to roll out Britain’s 5G […]
Adam Hills’ uplifting documentary follows the UK’s first physical disability rugby league team.
The 57-year-old Pirates of the Caribbean star is suing The Sun’s publisher, News Group Newspapers, and its executive editor for libel over an article calling him a “wife beater”.
On the UK’s hottest day of the year, thousands of people defied coronavirus social distancing rules again and flocked to the beach.
A free trade pact between Australia and the UK is likely to reduce the price of a range of products and boost trade and travel between the two countries.
Australia and the UK will draw up new or revamped visa requirements for professional workers and young travellers under a new deal.
The common and cheap steroid was shown to reduce deaths in seriously ill COVID-19 patients.
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Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said that he was “shocked and appalled” by the mistreatment suffered by Simon Cheng.
From Monday, a round trip between Australia and the United Kingdom will involve one month spent in quarantine.
The UK has asked Australia to consider sharing the load and accept Hong Kongers in the event of a mass exodus over Chinese suppression.
The UK’s threat came just hours after UK, US, Australia and Canada issued a joint statement expressing “deep concern” with China’s proposed security law.
Johnson told MPs he “totally understands the public indignation” over the scandal but insisted his top aide would not be sacked.
The company is blacklisted in the US and its application has created more headaches for UK PM Boris Johnson.
The confrontation comes as fallout over Boris Johnson’s controversial adviser’s lockdown breaches continued to overshadow the government’s coronavirus response.
Starting on June 8, the UK government will require virtually all air, sea and rail arrivals to self-isolate in a private home for 14 days.
Two major European leaders have told their citizens not to wait to be saved by a coronavirus vaccine.
The app is not being made compulsory and has been the subject of criticism on privacy grounds, similar to those made in Australia.
BuzzFeed has announced it will end its Australian news production “both for economic and strategic reasons”.
Britain’s quarantine policy, likely to apply from June 1, will only affect those travelling by plane and would exempt Ireland and France.
If you suspect you or a family member has coronavirus you should call (not visit) your GP or ring the national Coronavirus Health Information Hotline on 1800 020 080.
Anne Sacoolas, the wife of a US diplomat, is wanted in Britain over car crash that killed 19-year-old Harry Dunn and caused friction between London and Washington.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the changes would apply from Wednesday, announcing the first minor easing of the country’s seven-week lockdown.
Only the US, with a population nearly five times greater, has suffered more confirmed fatalities from the virus than Britain, according to the data so far.
The Prime Minister was noticeably short of breath during his news conference – his first since recovering from COVID-19 which he battled in intensive care in hospital.