Top story: Masks and vaccine passports may return Greetings from me, Warren Murray, on this first Wednesday of the week. Between 2,000 and 7,000 people a day could be hospitalised with Covid in England next month unless
Despite uncertainties surrounding Covid-19, the UK economy is projected to deliver significant GDP growth over the next five years and should find itself among the fastest growing European countries, underpinned by strong consumer spending trends. The avoidance
The raids saw equipment from three premises being seized. The news comes before the environmentalist group plan a weekend of protests in the capital. One of the locations that was aided was a warehouse used by the group.
Director of the Scottish Centre on European Relations, Dr Kirsty Hughes, revealed that diplomats and commentators in the European Union view Scottish independence as “schadenfreude”. The argument over Scotland breaking away from the UK has intensified in recent
B ritain’s highest ever property stamp duty rate will deter investment in London at a time when it needs to “sell” itself more than ever as a post-Brexit global city, property advisers have warned. Chancellor Rishi Sunak
L ondon faces the worst year in its modern history. It must emerge from the nastiest disease since the plague of 1665. It has to recover from the deepest economic recession since the Second World War. And