Joe Biden spent most of 2020 criticising former US President Donald Trump's response to the raging pandemic, and has since sought to take credit for the vaccination programme his predecessor began, while promoting his internationalist image with a recent pledge to donate 500 million leftover doses to developing nations.
The Duchess of Sussex has a strained relationship with her father, whom she accused of breaking her heart “into a million pieces” after it became known he had collaborated with tabloids to stage a photoshoot showing him preparing for her and Harry’s wedding. Thomas Markle, in turn, has criticised his daughter for “ghosting” her whole family.
In a statement early on Sunday, the English Football Association (FA) "encouraged" supporters opposed to the protest action not to boo the team as it 'took the knee'. But many of the restricted 22,500 crowd at Wembley expressed their opposition to the gesture.
The latest Public Health England Data show that only 12 people died of COVID-19 on Friday, with the seven-day mortality rate down 1.6 percent on the previous week. Meanwhile, almost four-fifths of UK adults have been vaccinated, with over half having had their second dose.
Theresa May, who served as the UK's prime minister between 2016 and 2019 before resigning early, has so far not publicly expressed any interest in taking the top post in the alliance.
The event is the first time the group of seven leaders has convened since the beginning of the pandemic, as the previous year's summit was cancelled amid coronavirus fears.
During the bombshell interview with Oprah Winfrey, the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, said she could not be expected to remain silent about her experiences of palace life if the Royal Family was "perpetuating falsehoods" about her and Prince Harry.
A wave of pro-Palestinian marches has been taking place in the United Kingdom, as well as the United States, in the wake of the recent escalation in the Gaza Strip between Hamas and the IDF. Participants have called on governments to stop arming Israel in the decades-long conflict.
In recent months, Britain and the European Union have attempted to resolve their Brexit dispute, but found themselves at an impasse.
The environmental movement earlier promised to organise several major events in Cornwall over the weekend to demand that governments, corporations, and the media pay more attention to climate issues across the globe.
The 47th G7 summit in Carbis Bay will be the first time leaders of the member countries convene since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic last year, so the fight against coronavirus and economic recovery will be top issues on the summit's agenda.
Biden's predecessors – Donald Trump and Barack Obama – too violated rules when meeting members of the Royal Family. The Republican and his wife Melania shook hands with Queen Elizabeth II and her late husband Prince Philip instead of curtsying and bowing, while the Democrat made a speech over the UK's national anthem.
A large cake was prepared to mark The Big Lunch at the Eden Project, a huge indoor rainforest near the G7 conference site in Carbis Bay.
Joe Biden insisted the transatlantic "special relationship" was stronger than ever, despite mooted rows with Boris Johnson over the looming 'sausage war' in Northern Ireland that the self-identifying Irish president think will scupper the peace process.
Baron Stuart Rose claimed he was reluctant to take the job of chairing the Britain Stronger in Europe campaign, which was packed with leading public figures, but finally accepted because they were "desperate".
Merched Cymru's demand coincided with a high profile Employment Tribunal victory for Maya Forstater, whose employer sacked her in March 2019 for alleged transphobia for tweeting her disagreement with the concept that a man literally becomes a woman by identifying as such.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - At least one police officer deployed to the G7 summit in the English county of Cornwall has tested positive for COVID-19 and has been placed in self-isolation, along with 11 other officers deemed to have been in contact with the infected individual, Devon and Cornwall Police said on Friday.
The path to a meet-and-greet with the Queen has been walked by almost all of Joe Biden’s predecessors since the presidency of Dwight D. Eisenhower.
Andrew Dymock managed the right-wing System Resistance Network’s online presence. He published an article in which he said Jewish people were a “cancer” and needed to be exterminated.
Brown was the latest voice in a row of opinions expressed by UK government officials on the divisive subject of sportsmen taking a knee to highlight racial inequality and discrimination.