Wednesday, June 3, 2020

USA can end its race war by arresting white supremacists. Start with this one

"The problem with the United States of America," someone once told me, "is that it hasn't had a renaissance." And there...

Tory polling stabilises as Labour whip resigns over lockdown breach

Latest polls suggest that public outrage over Dominic Cummings’ lockdown breach is receding, with the Conservatives’   lead over Labour widening to ten points...

Summer school camps and extra cash on the cards to help disadvantaged kids catch...

SUMMER schools camps and extra cash are on the cards to help disadvantaged kids catch up on school learning in the next few...

By relaxing lockdown for shielders, the government is playing with people's lives | Frances...

The announcement came out of the blue. On Sunday, the government said 2.2 million high-risk “shielders” in England and Wales will be allowed to go...

London Mayor Sadiq Khan claims Gov are ‘rushing’ to relax lockdown rules too soon

LONDON Mayor Sadiq Khan has hit out at the Government, saying they are "rushing" to relax the lockdown too soon. It is now legal...

Instant Opinion: the right ‘plans to profit from the pandemic’

Instant Opinion Mon 1 Jun, AT...

7 ways lockdown law has just changed in England – from overnight stays to...

Millions of people in England have more freedom from today as strict coronavirus rules are eased. For the first time since...

Is Britain easing coronavirus lockdown too soon?

In Depth Mon 1 Jun, AT...

Reaction: US rocked by ‘worst race riots since the 1960s’

The US has been rocked by a sixth day of violence as curfews in at least 40 cities fail to quell protests triggered...

UK’s 2metre rule must be ditched to save the economy, ex-Chancellor Lord Lamont warns

THE UK'S two-metre rule should be ditched to save the economy, the ex-Chancellor Lord Lamont said today. As England relaxes some of its coronavirus...

Use ‘common sense’ to prevent a second wave of coronavirus, Brits are urged

BRITS have been urged to use common sense to  avoid a deadly second spike of coronavirus by the Government's top experts. Deputy Chief Medical...

Parents could face fines for keeping kids off school from September, Children’s Commissioner suggests

PARENTS could face fines for keeping their kids off school from September, the Children's Commissioner for England suggested today. Anne Longfield said she didn't...

UK coronavirus live: England's schools begin to reopen as lockdown eases across UK

The studies are part of the Accord (accelerating Covid-19 research and development) programme involving doctors and scientists, industry, the NHS the National Institute...

Schools that are reopening today as primary school pupils return to classroom

Thousands of pupils in England will begin to return to school today for the first time since the coronavirus lockdown. Education...

Does Labour really need to 'repair' its relationship with the City? | James Meadway

Reports in the Financial Times that Labour’s new shadow City minister wants to “repair bridges” with Britain’s financial services industry read oddly to...

Chance of catching virus is now one in 1,000 – but it ‘will never...

The chance of catching coronavirus in Britain is now one in 1,000 but "will never be 100% safe", according to a...

Full guidance for 2m people shielding as they're now allowed out after 10 weeks

Two million of the most vulnerable people in England are now permitted to meet up with someone from a different household,...

Dominic Raab promises UK won’t turn a blind eye to the people of Hong...

THE UK will not turn a blind eye and look away from its responsibilities to the people of Hong Kong, Dominic Raab promised. The...

Tom Watson’s peerage ‘rejected over support for false VIP paedo ring claim by fantasist...

TOM Watson has been blocked from receiving a peerage over his support for VIP paedo ring fantasist Carl Beech, it's reported. The former Labour...

Worshippers may be banned from singing hymns when they return to church to stop...

WORSHIPPERS could be banned from singing hymns when they return to church, synagogues and mosques. Communities Secretary Robert Jenrick said he was talking to...

Northern Ireland faces 'potent threat' from Brexit and Covid-19

Northern Ireland faces a “potent threat” to its prosperity and stability if reduced business confidence due to uncertainty over post-Brexit trading rules compounds...

Seven former foreign secretaries urge UK to take lead on Hong Kong

Britain must take the lead in co-ordinating the international response to China’s efforts to impose draconian security laws in Hong Kong, seven former...