We spoke to David Nabarro from the World Health Organization, and began by asking him whether the low cost of the Oxford vaccine would help to make it more accessible in less developed parts of the world.
Under arrest, accused of joining a terror group and spreading false news, three of Egypt’s leading human rights activists are now being detained as security forces step up their crackdown against civil rights groups. Since Egyptian president Abdel Fattah el-Sisi […]
In the US, more than 8,000 Americans were recorded as having died of Covid last week and there are now more people in US hospitals suffering from the disease than there were in the peak of the pandemic in the […]
The prime minister has been setting out details of the new system of tiered coronavirus restrictions for England, starting next week. He has warned that the rules will be tougher than they were in October, and more areas will be […]
Latest breakthrough comes as PM says he hopes most at-risk could be immunised by Easter Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage The world is moving a step closer to ending the coronavirus pandemic, the scientist behind Britain’s […]
Andrew Bailey said failure to agree to deal would cause long-term damage to UK economy The governor of the Bank of England, Andrew Bailey, has warned that the economic cost of a no-deal Brexit would be bigger in the long […]
Gyms and non-essential shops will be allowed to reopen when England’s second national coronavirus lockdown ends on December 2, PM Boris Johnson said on Monday, and sports fans will be allowed back into outdoor stadiums. Addressing the House of Commons […]
Despite being in isolation, Boris Johnson certainly isn’t slacking on the bungling front. Parliament descended into farce Monday as the prime minister’s audio cut out while he was delivering a statement on Covid-19 restrictions. BoJo’s grand plans for rolling back […]
UK PM Boris Johnson is reportedly set to step into the Brexit negotiations personally with a call to the European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, as Ireland’s leader hopes a draft deal will be ready in the coming days. […]
A BBC article that contains multiple views about a lawsuit brought by a trans teen has been denounced by activists as transphobic, leaving some to puzzle over how the broadcaster could be condemned for doing actual journalism. Read more Sharing […]