Earlier reports claimed that UK health officials were drawing up a prioritisation list for coronavirus testing; Prime Minister Boris Johnson acknowledged that the system had "huge problems" as it has faced a "colossal" spike in demand.
The independence campaign group 'All Under One Banner (AUOB)' has seen a revival in its activity in recent months, as the British government has loosened lockdown restrictions imposed to slow the spread of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The Belfast Agreement, also known as the Good Friday Agreement, was reached on 10 April 1998. It was a peace agreement between the British and Irish governments, and most of the political parties in Northern Ireland, on how Northern Ireland should be governed.
Controversy has flared up surrounding a performance by dance group Diversity on Britain's Got Talent earlier in September, with thousands of complaints being sent to the UK's broadcasting regulator on accusations that the show was too political.
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden waded into the row over Britain’s new Internal Market Bill that presupposes a reworking of some aspects of the original Brexit deal struck with the EU, warning UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson against jeopardising an upcoming trade deal between London and Washington by pushing ahead with the plans.
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is facing up to 175 years in prison in the US under the Espionage Act for his publication of leaked classified documents exposing alleged US war crimes during its Iraq and Afghanistan operations. The journalist is currently trying to fight extradition to the US, where many say he will not receive a “fair trial”.
Julian Assange and Iraq Body Count sought to minimise harm to US government sources through a process which was "painstakingly approached by" the death toll monitoring group, "Julian Assange and his Wikileaks colleagues", Professor Sloboda told the Old Bailey.
Earlier on Thursday, the minister said that the country continued to see a worrying rise in the number of COVID-19 cases.
The Thwaites and Pine Island glaciers in the Antarctic, along the coast of the Amundsen Sea, are already under scrutiny, having been responsible for five per cent of the rise in global sea levels; and scientists think they could undergo even more dramatic changes in the near future.
Gareth Bale won the Premier League Players' Player of the Year award twice during his time at Tottenham Hotspur. He then joined Real Madrid for a then world record £85 million but he was frozen out by manager Zinedine Zidane last season.
Previously, UK Justice Minister Robert Buckland admitted that the country was facing huge challenges with its coronavirus testing capacity due to wait times in laboratories, adding, however, that Britain would do whatever it takes to get the COVID-19 testing system working properly.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson was earlier warned by a bipartisan group of American lawmakers that the US Congress would not support an upcoming trade deal between London and Washington if Britain’s new Internal Market Bill jeopardises the Good Friday Agreement, a peace deal that brought the Northern Irish conflict to an end back in 1998.
A ban on social gatherings of more than six people was earlier re-imposed in England as of 14 September, after more than 3,000 confirmed coronavirus cases had been recorded in the country for the third day in a row, with UK Policing Minister Kit Malthouse urging Brits to report their neighbours to the police in case of witnessed violations.
The US and Israel, as well as British officials, have praised the former British prime minister for playing a role in reaching the agreements between Israel and the UAE and Bahrain to normalise relations.
States, including Russia, have expressed concerns before about the militarisation of space and how it could potentially lead to the destruction of the existing security balance they have been trying to maintain over the last several decades.
A comedian made a joke about the term "kill whitey" while explaining her perspective on the relationship between white supremacy and capitalist economics. The result was widespread anger among social media users.
This comes amid controversy surrounding the Internal Market Bill which passed a second reading in the House of Commons on Tuesday, despite a group of lawmakers opposing it, alleging that it contradicts the EU-UK Withdrawal Agreement.
The United Kingdom is set to vote a new Internal Market Bill which would see London given increased jurisdiction over devolved areas of the country, on the claim that the move would prevent barriers to trade.
“I have never experienced such policing of me, my actions, and my body as I have since pregnancy,” a Twitter user shared online, when commenting on new measures proposed for health data collection in Britain.
Earlier, a bipartisan group of US lawmakers warned Britain's prime minister that they had "grave concerns" over his Internal Market Bill, pointing to its capacity to "invalidate or override the Northern Ireland protocol," which they said might have "disastrous consequences" for the Good Friday Agreement which ended the Troubles in Northern Ireland.