By Jill Lawless, Associated Press
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has apologized for attending a garden party during Britain's first coronavirus lockdown, but brushed aside opposition demands that he resign for breaching the rules his own government had imposed on the nation.
By Mike Corder, Associated Press
Schoolchildren have returned to classes in parts of Europe, while the British government is pledging to rush ventilation units and enough COVID-19 test kits to schools to ensure they, too, can reopen later this week despite soaring infection rates.
By Danica Kirka, Associated Press
While the figures are the highest in almost 10 months, they are still far below the peaks reported last January, when most people were unvaccinated.
By Sylvia Hui, Associated Press
Tribunal chair Geoffrey Nice said the ruling was based on evidence that the Chinese government's forced birth control and sterilization policies were "intended to destroy a significant part" of the Uighurs, a largely Muslim ethnic group.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is adamant he won't consent so any push could end up in a legal showdown.
As a United Nations climate summit aimed at staving off catastrophic global warming enters its final week in Glasgow, host Johnson is facing a barrage of criticism in London over his attempts to change the system that oversees lawmakers’ standards.
By Associated Press
Some glued themselves to the ground as part of ongoing protests.
U.K. Treasury chief Rishi Sunak will lay out the government’s plans during a speech Wednesday as top financial officials from around the world meet at the U.N. climate conference in Glasgow, Scotland.
The British government's scientific advisers have urged the government to ensure coronavirus restrictions can be introduced rapidly, as the rate of new infections continues to grow.
By Jill Lawless, Danica Kirka, Associated Press
Prosecutors said Ali Harbi Ali, a British man with Somali heritage, had "religious and ideological motivations" when he attacked David Amess last week in the town of Leigh-on-Sea.
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