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Plans drawn up 'to scrap all Covid rules in England as early as March'
The government is reportedly drawing up plans to ditch Covid laws in England from as early as the spring.
Government help in energy crisis should be 'targeted', says ScottishPower boss
The boss of one of the UK's biggest energy suppliers has said that support for households facing spiralling energy costs should be targeted at those most in need.
British Cabinet Minister Calls for the End of the BBC License Fee
The fee makes up three-quarters of the public broadcaster's income and is guaranteed until 2027. The government minister is reportedly planning to squeeze funding until then.
Boris Johnson apologizes to the queen for 2 pandemic parties at Downing Street.
LONDON - Capping a week of abject contrition, Prime Minister Boris Johnson of Britain apologized on Friday to Buckingham Palace for raucous parties held in Downing Street the night before Queen Elizabeth II buried her husband, Prince Philip, in a socially distanced ceremony that left her grieving alone in a choir stall.
Boris Johnson's Office Apologizes to Queen for Parties
The prime minister's office said it was "deeply regrettable" that two parties took place at Downing Street the night before Prince Philip's funeral.
Boris Johnson's Office Apologizes to Queen for Parties
The prime minister's office said it was "deeply regrettable" that two parties took place at Downing Street the night before Prince Philip's funeral.
How dangerous is the new IHU Covid variant and where has it spread?
Scientists are still examining a new variant of Covid-19, first discovered in France last year, to determine whether it could go on to become one of "concern" in the same way strains such as Delta and Omicron have before it.
Masks rules get tighter in Europe in winter's COVID-19 wave
To mask or not to mask is a question Italy settled early in the COVID-19 outbreak with a vigorous "yes."
Masks rules get tighter in Europe in winter's COVID-19 wave
ROME - To mask or not to mask is a question Italy settled early in the COVID-19 outbreak with a vigorous "yes."
'Vain, fickle, hypocritical': how Europe sees Boris Johnson after partygate
Partygate could mark the end of Boris Johnson, European media have concluded, painting a devastating picture of a "vain, fickle, hypocritical opportunist" with an "elastic relationship to the truth" who only ever "played at being prime minister".