December 09, 2021

UK News

London's Air Ambulance which specialises in dealing with high trauma cases say their most common call out is knife or gun wounds but that they are constantly developing new techniques to keep people alive.

A man in Germany is suspected of killing his family and then himself over a fake COVID-19 vaccination certificate, investigators have said.

The UK's most popular meme searches in 2021 have been revealed by Google.

People will probably need coronavirus booster jabs "for a number of years to come", a Pfizer boss has said.

A suspect linked to the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi has been arrested in France, Reuters has reported, citing a French police source.

As Boris Johnson told his cabinet on Tuesday morning, the early information around Omicron appears to suggest that the new variant is more transmissible than Delta - which for now remains dominant in the UK and around the world.

Asda has joined Tesco, its biggest rival, in facing the prospect of strike action ahead of the key Christmas trading season.

Asda has joined Tesco, its biggest rival, in facing the prospect of strike action ahead of the key Christmas trading season.

The UK government was wrong to conclude that committing $1.15bn (£867m) to a contentious Mozambique gas project was compatible with the Paris Agreement, the High Court has been told.

Storm Barra is battering the UK with 80mph winds, rain and snow - and has left at least 59,000 people without power and areas flooded.

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