Britain to take 'balanced' Covid-19 approach, won't consider vaccine mandates

Deputy Prime Minister Dominic Raab said the country will not mandate vaccines like Austria.. Read more at read more

Britain and Denmark report a rise in known Omicron cases.

The nations are widely perceived as leaders in genomic sequencing and testing, giving them an edge over tracking the spread of the virus and its mutations. read more

Britain tightens COVID-19 testing for inbound travellers, adds Nigeria to red list

LONDON: Britain will require all inbound travellers to take a pre-departure COVID-19 test and arrivals from Nigeria will have to quarantine in hotels to slow the spread of the Omicron variant, health ... read more

Britain to require pre-departure Covid-19 tests for all travellers

Travellers will be allowed to take either a rapid antigen test or a polymerase chain reaction test.. Read more at read more

Britain needs a 'booster for growth' as tax hikes threaten investment

Britain's economy needs much more investment. Business says it's unlikely to get it any time soon. The Confederation of British Industry said in its latest forecast that a "short-lived recovery" in ... read more

Good Morning Britain fans 'thankful' for big change to show

Good Morning Britain fans were pleasantly surprised to see a different presenter sat alongside Susanna Reid today. Viewers were 'thankful' to see financial expert Martin Lewis appearing as Susanna's ... read more

'Keep an eye out!' Met Office warns of more weather warnings as Storm Barra blasts Britain

THE UK could be hit by even more weather warnings this week as Storm Barra looks set to batter Britain, the Met Office has warned. read more

Great Britain and Serbia confirmed for 2022 Davis Cup Finals as they are handed wildcards

Great Britain have received a wildcard for the 2022 Davis Cup Finals. Leon Smith’s side and Novak Djokovic’s Serbia were awarded the two wildcards for next year’s tournament, meaning they do not need ... read more

Britain’s US trade charm offensive at risk amid steel row

The U.K. wants to win over the Biden administration on trade this week — but it's got its work cut out for it. New International Trade Secretary Anne-Marie Trevelyan is heading to Washington in her ... read more

Multiple Tory MPs refuse to wear face masks and warn Britain is on 'path to hell'

A group of Conservative MPs refused to wear masks in the House of Commons on Tuesday as Parliament voted in favour of approving tougher coronavirus rules. For the second day in a row, backbench ... read more

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