Parliament will close for at least four weeks from tonight as part of efforts to stop the spread of the coronavirus. Bring back the reading culture An emergency motion will be tabled by
An estimated 1.4million people who are 'at risk' from catching coronavirus will be sent guidance next week advising them to stop all social contact. READ ALSO: Coronavirus: UK government to shut down schools from Friday
The Government of the United Kingdom has announced that all schools in England will be shut down from Friday as a result of the recent coronavirus outbreak. UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, made this known
More than 100 flood alerts in England as Jeremy Corbyn criticises government response Parts of the UK already saturated by heavy rainfall and flooding have been warned by forecasters to prepare for more wet weather.
British companies will be discouraged from employing cheap labour from the EU under post-immigration plans unveiled by the government. The Home Office said these workers may not get visas and that companies would instead be
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have been told they won’t be allowed to use the Sussex Royal label after quitting royal life. Harry and Meghan built a website based on the title which started
Flood-hit communities are braced for further heavy rain as river levels continue to threaten to breach barriers. Hundreds of properties have been flooded and at-risk properties evacuated across England and Wales after the downpours brought
Britain’s new FM Rishi Sunak is a ‘first generation immigrant’ with family ties to Narayana Murthy, a doyen of Indian ITsamuel2020-02-14T09:30:56+00:00
The Richmond (Yorks) MP who until the 13th of February 2020, was chief secretary to the Treasury has been in parliament for just over four years, but he has taken a well-trodden path to get
The first person to be diagnosed with coronavirus in Londonreportedly breached recommended NHS guidelines and traveled to Lewisham hospital in an Uber taxi. The woman, who is thought to be a Chinese national, arrived at A&E
A Home Office flight deporting convicted offenders to Jamaica has left the UK, despite a last-minute legal challenge. It is not known how many people were on board or where the plane took off.