Joe Biden may have romped to victory during the US Presidential elections on November 3, but he may have to limp on stage when he is inaugurated on January 20.
15,000 people may lose their jobs The pandemic that has hit retail across the world is on the verge of
A rewrite of famous ‘Yes, Virginia’ letter By Ricky Browne With a bit of luck there’ll be more than coal
Around the globe scientists are racing to produce an effective Covid-19 vaccine.
It may lack the 95 percent effectiveness punch of its two American competitors, but the new Astra Zeneca vaccine at a rate of 70 percent effectiveness has several other benefits.
Robbie Williams has said “take that” to Covid-19 with the release of his new Christmas song, Can’t Stop Christmas.
Barely two weeks after former Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn was booted from the party for not standing up to antisemitism, he has been welcomed back with folded arms.
As the UK hurtles towards the end of its transition period with the European Union, conventional wisdom has been that
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Hope for an to the coronavirus pandemic grew further today, with the news that a second American company is on the verge of releasing an effective vaccine.
As the pandemic hits employees around the world, forcing many of them to work from home (WFH) — sometimes at reduced salary — Deutsche Bank has come up with the idea of taxing those people extra for the privilege of having a job and being able to feed their families.
Between the discovery of an effective Covid-19 vaccine, the drama over the US election, and Britian on the verge of having no trade deal with Europe, there is a lot of news at the moment But not so big that people will drop everything at the prospect of getting a free lunch from Tesco.
A trial has shown a new vaccine produced by Pfizer to be 90 percent effective against Covid-19, it was reported today.
Who needs to fly if you can sail? That may have been the question on the minds of many people dying to escape on holiday. But, anybody who felt unperturbed by the coronavirus ripping through cruise ships, and was planning a bargain cruise of a lifetime to end the year, may now have to think again.
Although more than 100 million votes have already been cast, today is the the official election day for the United States. It marks a referendum on Donald Trump’s straight-talking yet convoluted and divisive presidency, with Democratic candidate Joe Biden urging Americans to end to restore “our democracy.”
Everyone knows the US election is on November 3, but no one knows how long it will take before the country — and the world– finds out the results. Many are worried that unless the victor wins by a large margin, the election result will not be clear for at least some days, as the states count the postal votes.
Trudeau thinks a deal is possible before year-end As the UK barrels towards ending the transition period with no trade
The air travel market has plummeted to such an extent, that no matter how much airlines cut their costs, they are not able to sufficiently neutralize severe cash burn to avoid bankruptcies and preserve jobs in 2021, according to the International Air Transport Association (IATA).
Jeremy Corbyn has been suspended from the Party By Ricky Browne The next time a Labour MP refers to the
With less than a week to go for the US presidential elections and with Joe Biden ahead in the polls by what appears to be an unattainable lead of about eight points, Democrats are looking forward to a great victory over Donald Trump… much as they did in 2016.
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