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Coronavirus droplets can stay in the air for more than an hour, top scientist warns
CORONAVIRUS droplets can stay airborne and active for up to an hour, a leading scientist has warned.
today 00:17
Countryfile viewers furious as litter louts ruin rural beauty spots 'Disgraceful!'
COUNTRYFILE viewers were horrified this evening as the BBC show addressed the recent spike in fly-tipping amid people flocking to the countryside following the easing of lockdown restrictions.
today 00:17
Let's get going! Gove issues Brexit rallying cry to Britain as nation readies to leave EU
A MASSIVE publicity blitz to encourage Britons to get ready for completing Brexit at the end of the year will be launched by the Government today.
today 00:17
'Let's get going': UK tells businesses to prepare for Brexit crunch

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain is urging businesses and individuals to prepare for the Dec. 31 end of the Brexit transition period with an information campaign titled: “The UK’s new start: let’s get going.”

Britain left the European Union on Jan. 31, three and a half

today 23:35
Britons demand 'ludicrous' foreign aid budget is slashed as they face huge tax rises
A POLL has shown people are split on the prospect of being slapped with higher taxes to pay for Rishi Sunak's economic recovery package, with some saying they will refuse to cough up until the "ludicrous foreign aid budget" is slashed.
today 23:14
Not again: Coronavirus panic in Spain as 140,000 residents are ordered back into lockdown
SPANISH officials have re-introduced strict lockdown measures in a town near Barcelona following a huge spike in coronavirus cases.
yesterday 20:05
'China needs the UK' British power over China triggers Beijing U-turn on attack plot
A LEADING Chinese expert has explained why Beijing's threat to unleash a cyber-attack on the level of 9/11 against the UK is just "bluster" from China, who will be forced into a climbdown within days.
yesterday 19:02
China off the hook: WHO coronavirus investigators won’t even VISIT controversial Wuhan lab
THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANISATION (WHO) will not even visit a secretive lab in Wuhan, despite visiting the city as part of an investigation into the outbreak.
yesterday 16:56
China warning: UK must stand firm with allies against Beijing bullies, says expert
THE UK must stand firm with its allies against China's plot to divide and rule its enemies, a political expert has warned.
yesterday 15:53
Fears as 29 terrorists to be freed onto UK streets ‘deeply worrying’
TWENTY-nine terrorists are due to be released from prison within the next three years, with 11 of them back on the streets before April and three released by September.
yesterday 14:50
Coronavirus cancer delay: More than 60,000 years of life will be lost
MORE than 60,000 years of life will be lost by 2025 because of cancer diagnosis delays caused by the coronavirus, shocking research has warned.
yesterday 13:47
'You seem worried!' Marr exposes Brussels panic as Ireland hints at huge EU U-turn
IRELAND has hinted at a huge EU U-turn after the BBC's Andrew Marr questioned the new Taoiseach Micheál Martin on whether Brussels would "pull back" from its key red lines.
yesterday 13:47
Britain to spend 705 million pounds on EU border infrastructure

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain will spend 705 million pounds ($890 million) on border infrastructure to help keep trade flowing after its transition deal with the European Union expires at the end of the year, Cabinet Secretary Michael Gove said on Sunday.

The funding includes 470 million

yesterday 13:05
Type 2 diabetes: The 50p vegetable proven to reduce blood sugar and prevent complications
TYPE 2 DIABETES is akin to walking a tightrope - one misstep and your blood sugar is out of balance. Which 50p vegetable has been proven to reduce blood sugar and prevent complications?
yesterday 12:44
Primark REJECTS Rishi Sunak’s £30million bonus to bring staff back from furlough
PRIMARK is expected to reject Chancellor Rishi Sunak's £30million bonus for bringing staff back from furlough.
yesterday 12:44
Channel Churchill, Boris! Dangerous China has been appeased long enough, warns Ellwood
BORIS JOHNSON has been urged to emulate his hero Winston Churchill and stand up to China's Xi Jinping in the same way Britain's wartime leader stood up to the Soviet Union's Josef Stalin.
yesterday 11:41
Google bans over 100 Android apps this year - delete them now or your phone is at risk
ANDROID users have faced a tough six months with over 100 dangerous apps already banned by Google this year. So, with so many attacks taking in place in 2020 here's a full list of the applications you need to delete, right now, from your Android smartphone.
yesterday 11:41
Fern Britton speaks out on why she really quit This Morning: ‘I was treated poorly’
FERN BRITTON presented This Morning alongside Phillip Schofield until 2009 when she controversially quit the ITV show. There has been much speculation about why she decided to step down as presenter but now Fern has spoken out on why she felt she could no longer continue.
yesterday 11:41
UK examining infrastructure to smooth flow of EU trade - Gove

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain is looking at developing infrastructure in south-east England to stop the major freight crossing to France becoming blocked when the transition deal with the European Union expires at the end of the year, Cabinet Secretary Michael Gove said.

“There will be

yesterday 10:59
Universal Credit claimants get off dole by taking part in new Rishi Sunak scheme
EFFORTS to boost the job market in the UK saw more than 1,200 people who had been stuck on the dole recruited by the Department of Work and Pensions to use their experiences to get people back to work.
yesterday 10:38
China ‘manipulated’ coronavirus pandemic to force through new authoritarian Hong Kong law
THE current situation in Hong Kong, in which China has introduced a new security law which threatens the regions freedoms, would never have happened had it not been for the coronavirus pandemic, an activist has claimed.
yesterday 09:35
Why BBC bringing in licence fee for over 75s is utterly ludicrous and Tories NOT to blame
The BBC has been an ever-present feature of British life for nearly a hundred years. Over that time, it has famously gained the affectionate nickname ‘Auntie', supposedly after the expression ‘Auntie knows best. It has also helped the UK project soft power across the world with things like the World Service. However, in recent years, the BBC has been making an increasingly large number of poor decisions which not only bring into question this nickname, but also how fit it is for purpose in 2020. The most recent example of this, is the announcement earlier this week that from the 1st August, over 75s not in receipt of Pension Credit would be expected to pay for the TV licence.
yesterday 09:35
Tesco, Asda and Marks & Spencer update opening times as shopping rules change
TESCO, Asda, Morrisons, Marks & Spencer and Sainsbury's have changed their opening hours during the coronavirus lockdown. These are the latest updates from the supermarket chains.
yesterday 08:32
'Stupidity will take her there' Ex-SNP deputy warns Sturgeon headed for for EU dead end
NICOLA STURGEON is headed for a "cul de sac" with her dream to lead an independent Scotland back into the European Union, claimed former SNP deputy leader Jim Sillars.
yesterday 08:32
Just bought a pair of Galaxy Buds? You won't like this Samsung news one bit
SAMSUNG fans that have bought a shiny, new pair of Galaxy Buds Plus might be left wishing they'd waited just a little bit longer.
yesterday 07:29
Brexit breakthrough: Boris Johnson announces £705m boost for UK-EU border
BRITAIN'S border checks are set to receive a £705 million funding package to help boost infrastructure and recruit more staff.
yesterday 06:26
Battle of the Boyne 2020: When is the Battle of the Boyne? What happened?
THE BATTLE OF THE BOYNE is a bank holiday in Northern Ireland which is being acknowledged soon, but when is the Battle of the Boyne and why is it commemorated?
yesterday 01:11
Daily horoscope for July 12: YOUR star sign reading, astrology and zodiac forecast
YOUR daily horoscope this Sunday arrives with the Moon and Mars in Aries - how will these affect your horoscope today?
yesterday 01:11
Carrie Symonds issues urgent plea as she backs calls for ‘bold action’ on environment
CARRIE SYMONDS has backed calls for "bold action" to protect the environment and for Britain to lead the world in a "green recovery" from the coronavirus crisis.
yesterday 00:08
Brexit deal WARNING as hidden 'poison pills' could undermine sovereignty and cost £165bn
A MAJOR new report has warned that Boris Johnson needs to renegotiate the Withdrawal Agreement with the EU or jeopardise Britain's hard won freedom from Brussels control.
yesterday 00:08
Daily News
Cyberpunk 2077 release date: Good news and bad for fans waiting on launch
THE Cyberpunk 2077 release date has been delayed a number of times, and there's good news and bad for those counting down on PS4, Xbox One and PC.
today 04:29
Lucifer season 5 theories: Lucifer and Chloe will be separated for several episodes
LUCIFER delivered its most devastating season finale yet last year after the devil made a shocking decision. Fans have tipped a lengthy separation for Lucifer and Chloe in the upcoming episodes.
today 04:29
Trump brags about playing golf ‘very fast' as Florida records huge daily COVID-19 rise
DONALD TRUMP tweeted a bizarre defence of his golfing today, as the US continues to break coronavirus records.
today 04:29
Melania Trump sparks surprising reaction on Twitter as she wears face mask
MELANIA TRUMP mirrored US President Donald Trump's unexpected gesture and wore a face mask in a video she shared with her social media followers on Sunday.
today 04:29
Naya Rivera: Search for missing Glee actress 'widened' after nothing found in cabin hunt
NAYA RIVERA is still missing six days after she was last seen with her son Josey on a boat she had rented on Lake Piru. Authorities have widened the search after "nothing" was found during the cabin and shoreside hunt.
today 04:29
NCIS plot hole: Fans uncover huge blunder in Kate hostage scene from season 1
NCIS' long history has provided some welcome entertainment during the coronavirus pandemic. Unfortunately, returning to older episodes has exposed some glaring continuity errors.
today 03:26
Kate Middleton shares similarity with future queen dubbed ‘royal sister’ by Lagerfeld
KATE, the Duchess of Cambridge, has coincidentally worn the same outfit as her a fellow royal family member who she bears such striking resemblance with it has led late Chanel designer Karl Lagerfeld to dub them "royal sisters".
today 03:26
San Diego fire horror: Multiple injuries after huge explosion on USS Bonhomme Richard ship
MULTIPLE sailors have been injured on a board the USS Bonhomme Richard after an explosion and fire broke out on the naval ship.
today 03:26
Royal shock: Prince Harry ‘couldn't get a job in McDonald’s’ in LA lifestyle, expert says
PRINCE Harry's future job prospects have been questioned by a royal expert, who has said the Prince cannot exactly work in McDonald's or a bank to fill his time in Los Angeles.
today 03:26
Leicester: Up to 10,000 could be victims of modern slavery in textile factories Asked if claims of widespread exploitation in the city are an "open secret", deputy mayor Adam Clarke replies: "It's just open".
Asked if claims of widespread exploitation in the city are an "open secret", deputy mayor Adam Clarke replies: "It's just open".
today 02:26
Call of Duty Modern Warfare DOWN: Warzone server status news and queue latest
A HUGE number of reports are coming in that Call of Duty servers are down tonight, causing connection issues in Modern Warfare and Warzone.
today 02:23
Queen keeps entertained during lockdown with hilarious hobby - Netflix's Crown star tells
THE QUEEN'S favourite TV show has been revealed in a new interview with the Radio Times.
today 02:23
Boris humiliated: Starmer seen as tougher and safer on Brexit in shock poll showing Labour
SIR Kier Starmer is winning over huge swathes of the British electorate and mounting the kind of serious challenge to Boris Johnson's Tory Party unthinkable under Jeremy Corbyn, according to a new poll.
today 02:23
Meghan Markle and Harry's 'uncomfortable' Commonwealth talk made guest feel reluctant
PRINCE Harry and Meghan Markle's video phone caller has admitted her initial discomfort when taking part in the Queen's Commonwealth Trust discussion on justice and equal rights.
today 02:23
Elvis Presley's daughter Lisa Marie 'inconsolable' after son Benjamin Keough's 'suicide'
ELVIS PRESLEY'S grandson and Lisa Marie Presley's son Benjamin Keough has died of an apparent "suicide" aged 27, according to TMZ. His mother Lisa Marie Presley is said to be "completely heartbroken, inconsolable and beyond devastated".
today 02:23
Will inflation return – or is “Japanification” the real threat?
SPONSORED CONTENT – Should we actually be concerned about deflation in the wake of Covid-19?
today 02:11
The charts that matter: gold hits a fresh eight-year high
As gold heads for new all-time highs, John Stepek looks at how that's affecting the other charts that matter most to the global economy.
today 02:11
Latest news from Great Britain
today 04:29 Cyberpunk 2077 release date: Good news and bad for fans waiting on launch
today 04:29 Lucifer season 5 theories: Lucifer and Chloe will be separated for several episodes
today 04:29 Trump brags about playing golf ‘very fast' as Florida records huge daily COVID-19 rise
today 04:29 Melania Trump sparks surprising reaction on Twitter as she wears face mask
today 04:29 Naya Rivera: Search for missing Glee actress 'widened' after nothing found in cabin hunt
today 03:29 Starmer's first 100 days: Labour leader seen as clean break from Corbyn - poll A poll shows that Sir Keir Starmer is seen as a very different leader to his predecessor Jeremy Corbyn.
today 03:26 NCIS plot hole: Fans uncover huge blunder in Kate hostage scene from season 1
today 03:26 Kate Middleton shares similarity with future queen dubbed ‘royal sister’ by Lagerfeld
today 03:26 San Diego fire horror: Multiple injuries after huge explosion on USS Bonhomme Richard ship
today 03:26 Royal shock: Prince Harry ‘couldn't get a job in McDonald’s’ in LA lifestyle, expert says
today 02:26 Leicester: Up to 10,000 could be victims of modern slavery in textile factories Asked if claims of widespread exploitation in the city are an "open secret", deputy mayor Adam Clarke replies: "It's just open".
today 02:23 Call of Duty Modern Warfare DOWN: Warzone server status news and queue latest
today 02:23 Queen keeps entertained during lockdown with hilarious hobby - Netflix's Crown star tells
today 02:23 Boris humiliated: Starmer seen as tougher and safer on Brexit in shock poll showing Labour
today 02:23 Meghan Markle and Harry's 'uncomfortable' Commonwealth talk made guest feel reluctant
today 02:23 Elvis Presley's daughter Lisa Marie 'inconsolable' after son Benjamin Keough's 'suicide'
today 02:11 Will inflation return – or is “Japanification” the real threat?
today 02:11 The charts that matter: gold hits a fresh eight-year high
today 01:41 Tony Smith optimistic about Hull KR's prospects as he gives update on loan players
today 01:41 Tony Smith optimistic about Hull KR's prospects as he gives update on loan players
today 01:41 Hull FC's Cameron Scott left questioning his next career step
today 01:41 Hull FC's Cameron Scott left questioning his next career step
today 01:23 'Let's get going': Government steps up Brexit preparation with details on travel and immigration The government prepares to update the country on changes under Brexit - but some fear it is yet another nightmare for businesses.
today 01:20 The Walking Dead boss teases powerful new group in season 10 finale
today 01:20 Nicole Thea dead: How did Nicole Thea die? Cause of death
today 01:20 Royal shock: Kate Middleton and Prince William 'can never escape' from one royal duty
today 01:20 Rishi Sunak scheme faces legal bid for treatment of pregnant women - '86,640 affected'
today 00:20 Hibs set to axe kitman as savage cost-cutting measures bite despite triple signing
today 00:17 Prince Charles legacy: The touching way Charles is following in Prince Philip's footsteps
today 00:17 Outlander’s Brianna Fraser star speaks out on annoying co-stars: ‘We bicker’
today 00:17 Daily horoscope for July 13: YOUR star sign reading, astrology and zodiac forecast
today 00:17 Coronavirus droplets can stay in the air for more than an hour, top scientist warns
today 00:17 Countryfile viewers furious as litter louts ruin rural beauty spots 'Disgraceful!'
today 00:17 Let's get going! Gove issues Brexit rallying cry to Britain as nation readies to leave EU
today 23:35 Britain to spend £705 million on EU border infrastructure
today 23:35 'Let's get going': UK tells businesses to prepare for Brexit crunch
today 23:23 Tories have just days to avert ‘homelessness emergency’
today 23:14 Best supplements for cholesterol: Taking this supplement could lower 'bad' cholesterol
today 23:14 Man Utd boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer offers David De Gea backing as ace hits landmark
today 23:14 Long-range forecast: 31C scorcher predicted to bake Britain next weekend
today 23:14 Car insurance scam warning: Motorists could be targeted by new ‘hide and crash’ scam
today 23:14 Swimmers flock to outdoor pools and ponds as increased safety measures rolled out
today 23:14 Brexit immigration rules will ban EU criminals who have served more than a year in prison
today 23:14 Naga Munchetty meltdown: BBC Breakfast star's confusion over James Bond exposed
today 23:14 ‘We never recovered’ Fury as UK fishing towns left ‘devastated’ amid damaging EU policy
today 23:14 Furlough warning issued for everyone who has used scheme - how HMRC could 'clawback' money
today 23:14 Furious Brexiteers slap down 'bitter' Verhofstadt after Twitter dig - 'This is democracy!'
today 23:14 Britons demand 'ludicrous' foreign aid budget is slashed as they face huge tax rises
today 22:32 UK to withhold power to control state aid from Scotland, Wales after Brexit transition - FT
today 22:11 John Lewis ‘to reject £14 million grant’ for bringing furloughed workers back
Editorials
Groundbreaking images of Afro-American life from one of the great US photographers
yesterday 19:11
The virus may ignore national borders, but governments are busy reinforcing them. 
2020-07-11 10:38
A tribute from a friend and fellow scholar places al-Hashimi's death in the context of a new wave of violence in Iraq. 
2020-07-10 19:56
After Netanyahu’s embrace of Trump and annexation, the case for change is gaining ground among US Jews.
2020-07-09 20:50
The government is preparing to remove the company's telecoms equipment from our mobile networks, but it will take a decade – and some experts are concerned that it will create new problems.
2020-07-09 15:35
The Chancellor only laid the foundations for his party’s political survival: an excuse for future economic failure.  
2020-07-09 15:35
The health emergency we face may well pass. But the economic, political and social crises that it has set in motion are here to stay.
2020-07-09 12:26
Campaigners and the EU’s former climate commissioner say it’s time to scrap gas and power companies' role in crafting regulations.  
2020-07-08 13:20
Keir Starmer’s best hope of becoming prime minister is for the Lib Dems to deny the Conservatives an outright majority. 
2020-07-07 21:35
The Prime Minister claims “too many care homes didn’t follow procedures” – but his government made the rules.
2020-07-07 21:35
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