Articles tagged "United Kingdom"
“I don’t support the Human Rights Act and I don’t believe in economic and social rights.” - Dominic Rabb, 2009
Chronic neglect of the NHS, poor pandemic preparedness and flawed government policies have contributed to the appalling impact of the Covid-19 crisis in the UK
Boris Johnson isn’t following scientific advice, he is running scared of a backbench rebellion by a minority of MPs in his own party.
The fears are evidence-based, she says. “Universities are asking people to come back to campus without mandating that basic things are in place to make it safe. It’s not about emotion.”
Let’s take a stand against the government’s insidious power grab and its attempts to stifle the voice of civil society
Nando's Announced that 45 of its Restaurants would Temporarily Shut Due to Brexit Supply Chain Disruptions
British Poultry Council blamed worker shortages following Brexit for the issues the industry is currently facing
More than 100 guards at the British embassy in Kabul have been told they are not eligible for UK government protection because they were hired through the outsourced contractor, GardaWorld
They produce half the country’s sugar needs, but expect new trade deals to make their tough situation worse
Tory government admits it has data but is blocking release, prompting speculation that figure is embarrassing
Looking at the United Kingdom's gradual, cumulative decline until disruption to everyday life becomes too endemic to avoid
Boris Johnson won’t self-isolate despite a member of his team testing positive for Covid-19
Medical experts question reliance on vaccination status and tests for arrivals from Europe, the US and elsewhere