USPS warns mail-in votes might not arrive in time to be counted Obama: president trying to ‘actively kneecap’ postal service There are growing fears over the handling of November’s US presidential election after it emerged that the US Postal Service […]
When hundreds of police were sent to arrest the media tycoon Jimmy Lai there was an international outcry. The Hong Kong media tycoon and pro-democracy campaigner has now been released on bail. He has warned young protesters they will need […]
If Sir Keir Starmer is ever going to be Prime Minister he needs to take Labour from the worst election defeat in a century to win back those former Labour voters in what they called ‘Red Wall’ – who switched […]
Prof Julia Buckingham is Vice Chancellor of Brunel University in London and President of Universities UK.
Boris Johnson is under pressure from some of his own MPs tonight after thousands of A-level students complained that their exam results were unfairly downgraded – with stark differences emerging between state and private schools. While the proportion of A* […]
Devi Sridhar is professor of Global Public Health at the University of Edinburgh and Kate Bingham is the chair of the government’s Vaccine Taskforce programme, who have announced today that they have secured another 90 million doses of two prospective […]
Exclusive: analysis suggests disadvantaged pupils will be even worse hit than in A-levels debacle Two million GCSE grades recommended by teachers are to be downgraded next week, with disadvantaged pupils even worse hit than those affected by the A-levels debacle, […]
Tenants to pay lower social rents after campaign against corporate landlords at Custom House and Canning Town in Newham Hundreds of families in temporary accommodation in east London have had their rent reduced by about 60% following a four-year campaign […]
After police beat up demonstrators, flower-bearing women take to streets demanding change The first chain of women appeared on Wednesday: a few hundred brave souls, dressed in white and holding aloft flowers, in a quietly powerful response to the gruesome […]
The British government has once again revised down figures relating to the coronavirus crisis, this time removing some 1.3m coronavirus tests from official data citing apparent “double-counting.” In a coronavirus update issued on Wednesday, the UK government not only lowered […]