A British regulatory agency approved the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine Wednesday. It could be dispersed within days to the neediest people, government officials said.
Cambridge University Library said Tuesday that two of the naturalist's notebooks have been missing for nearly two decades. Now, the library has told local police that they "have likely been stolen."
Politicians in Great Britain are already studying the results of the U.S. presidential race, hoping for clues that could help them in their next parliamentary elections, due to take place in 2024.
The government announces a number of restrictions on parts of northern Denmark, the area hit hardest by the infections. Danish officials recently ordered the killing of up to 17 million minks.
Nine months after the first reported fatality in China last January, the world has hit a sobering milestone.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson announces that pubs, bars and restaurants in England must close at 10 p.m. He also encourages people who are able to work from home to do so.
The report by Parliament's Intelligence and Security Committee said government did little to find out if Russia tried to influence the Brexit referendum. "They did not want to know," a lawmaker said.
Edward Colston's statue had stood in Bristol for 125 years before protesters toppled it in June. Now, a very different figure has taken its place — but it won't last long without the city's approval.
Robert Speker wanted to keep spirits up while visitors and outside entertainment were banned due to COVID-19. His ingenious idea: cast the residents as rock stars.
The widespread protests sparked by George Floyd's killing are reverberating in Europe, leading to the removal of two statues in the United Kingdom and one in Belgium tied to racist, colonial legacies.