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European Union To Decide On Covid Booster Shot Next Month
An European Medicines Agency expert also said the "evidence was becoming clearer" on the need for boosters shortly after the first jabs for people with weakened immune systems.
Christmas tree shortage and price warning as sellers hit by labour and supply chain issues
Post-Brexit regulations and a stretched labour market could lead to shortages - since one-tenth of real Christmas trees sold in the UK are imported.
Ministers preparing for 'worst-case scenario' of persistently high gas costs beyond 'short spike'
Speaking to Kay Burley on Sky News, business minister Paul Scully says high wholesale gas costs are placing "pressure" on the energy price cap.
Energy crisis: What do you do if your energy supplier goes bust - and which companies have already folded?
Wholesale prices for gas have surged 250% since January, with a number of smaller firms entering insolvency - here is what to do if your energy firms goes bust.
Analysis: Europe is paying record prices for energy. A winter crisis looms
Energy prices are skyrocketing, and as winter approaches, Europe is getting worried.
COVID-19 vaccine skeptic Bolsonaro gets a pass at U.N. but not New York restaurants
Unvaccinated heads of state attending the United Nation General Assembly this week may have to settle for a piece of pizza on a sidewalk instead of fine dining at New York's restaurants.
Joe Biden Pledges To Double US Climate Change Aid, Some Activists Unimpressed
Some groups welcomed the new pledge but others were less impressed by Joe Biden's speech, including Swedish activist Greta Thunberg.
Johnson & Johnson Announces Positive Covid Booster Data
A second shot given 56 days after the first provided 75 percent protection against symptomatic Covid in a global clinical trial, with that level rising to 94 percent in the United States.
Going nuclear: the secret submarine deal to challenge China
It came out of the blue – but the new military pact between Australia, the UK and the US could transform international relations for a generation. The Guardian’s defence and security editor, Dan Sabbagh, explains the Aukus deal that has ...
Boris Johnson to call for climate action during US visit
Boris Johnson will urge world leaders to take "concrete action" on climate change during meetings at the UN's General Assembly in New York this week.
Big Pharma - How much power do drug companies have?
The pharmaceutical industry exerts a huge amount of influence on health policy. Some companies develop highly profitable drugs with public money, while others have been found to have covered up serious side effects.
France Says Biden Acted Like Trump To Sink Australia Defence Deal
The US, UK and Australia announced they would establish a security partnership for the Indo-Pacific that will help Australia acquire US nuclear-powered submarines and scrap the French-designed submarine deal.
European Union 'Not Informed' About New Australia-UK-US Alliance, Says Official
The European Commission spokesperson said that they will have to discuss the Australia-UK-US alliance with bloc members to assess the implications.
Australia's Nuclear Submarine Deal To Promote Indo-Pacific Peace
The nuclear submarine deal is part of a new defence alliance between Britain, Australia and the United States.
Australia To Get US Nuclear Submarine Technology As China Looms Large
Under the partnership, the US will provide Australia with the technology to deploy nuclear-powered submarines, senior US administration officials said.
UK Moves Foreign Secretary To Deputy PM In Cabinet Reshuffle
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson had faced calls to sack Dominic Raab after he went on holiday in Crete as the Taliban advanced on Kabul
UK Reshuffles Cabinet For Post-Pandemic Recovery
Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab, who deputised as premier last April when Johnson was in intensive care with COVID-19, has faced sustained criticism for his handling of the Afghanistan crisis.
Boris the Crook keep lying witout shame: "Attackers Failed To Destroy Western Values", Johnson On 9/11 Anniversary
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Friday the perpetrators of the September 11, 2001 attacks failed to destroy Western values, in a video message for the 20th anniversary of 9/11. He said that despite the fact that 9/11 terror att...
Timothée Chalamet, Zendaya, Dakota Johnson, and More of the Week’s Best Dressed Stars
After a summer filled with colorful style, stars changed tack seeking out classic pieces in shades of black and silver.
UK PM Vows To Get 311 Afghan Support Staff Out Of Afghanistan
Addressing parliament, Prime Minister Boris Johnson failed to answer a question on how many British-Afghans remained after a hurried Western airlift was ended.
Dakota Johson Stuns in a Sheer, Bejeweled Gucci Gown at the Venice Film Festival
This dress is truly a work of art.
Taliban declare China their closest ally
Group’s spokesman says Beijing is ‘ready to invest in and reconstruct’ Afghanistan
COVID-19 treatment pill administered in new Pfizer clinical trial
US pharmaceutical giant Pfizer has started giving people a pill against COVID-19 as part of a new clinical trial. If the study is successful, Pfizer said it would file again for emergency approval between October and December this year, ...
The best of British press photography
Images from an exhibition of the best 100 from members of the British Press Photographers' Association.
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