British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced on Monday that he will not be able to keep his promise to return to life as it was before the coronavirus pandemic by 21 June and the UK will now have to wait until 19 July.
United States President Joe Biden and his wife Jill are expected to land on Air Force One at UK's RAF Mildenhall in Suffolk this Wednesday to kick off an eight-day trip to Europe, which includes meetings with Queen Elizabeth, PM Boris Johnson, and equally significant Russian president Vladimir Putin in Geneva.
The United Kingdom has registered a total of “zero deaths” of covid-19 in the last 24 hours, which would signal that vaccines do work, according to optimistic health care analysts.
In a private ceremony with guests not exceeding 30 people to abide by the current covid-19 restrictions in force, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his fiancee have tied the knot, it was announced Sunday.
UK has spent £3.2 billion (US$ 4.5 billion) on noisy tanks that can’t shoot while moving, according to a Time report. The news comes after critics called on the government to upgrade its “deplorable” armored fleet.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson Monday announced the gradual lifting of mobility restrictions against coronavirus spreading as he confirmed stage three will go ahead as planned on May 17.
The Royal Navy late Thursday withdrew two vessels off Jersey Island, thus easing tensions with France over fishing rights and a demonstration by trawlers in demand of access to waters under a different legal status since Brexit.
The British government of Prime Minister Boris Johnson finally agreed to grant the representative of the European Union the diplomatic status held by all foreign ambassadors, which seemed natural after Brexit, but not for those who claimed the EU is not a nation-state.
On Monday, May 3, Northern Ireland marked its centenary under coronavirus restrictions, growing post-Brexit unrest and a leadership crisis marring the anniversary in the British-ruled province.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson Monday acknowledged he entertained the idea of the potential use of Covid-19 certificates to access sporting and cultural events. But people are not going to be asked to show the certificate to go to the shops or to enter the pub's garden, said Johnson, who faces a rebellion of more than 70 voiceful MPs against the so-called Covid passport.