The health secretary warned the NHS is still under pressure from high COVID infection rates.
Health secretary says he hopes schools may be able to reopen by Easter
‘The new variant I really worry about is the one that’s out there but hasn’t been spotted’
Every manager declares a desire to lift the FA Cup when they begin their run each year, but few can do it with genuine belief. David Moyes will know there is a chance to be taken this season. West Ham are into the fifth round of the competition for the first time since they made the move from Upton Park to the London Stadium, and face a big hurdle in the last-16 with either Manchester United and Liverpool awaiting them.
A key, a casket and the hunt for Spanish dramatist Pedro Calderón's bones. Dogged detective work and radar scans of a church wall may help find the last resting place of the great playwright
The Brexit agreement secured tariff-free and quota-free trading between the UK and the bloc, but it also introduced new customs checks and paperwork at the border.
New border controls went into force in France on Sunday as part of a massive effort to contain the spread of Covid-19 and avoid another nationwide lockdown.
The 26-year-old singer said he's "not proud" of where he was at in his life at the time.
The video showed the police vehicle flashing lights after it rammed a crowd of approximately 20 to 30 people that surrounded the car. "People were messing with the cops, yelling at the cops, shouting at the cops, and then the car reversed and drove full speed into the crowd," Cody Le, who filmed the video, told Reuters. Tacoma police told local media that they were notified of street racers and a crowd of approximately 100 people blocking streets in downtown Tacoma before 7pm local time, and that the officer driving the vehicle was afraid that the crowd would "break his glass" after they started pounding on the car's windows. Authorities said that one person was injured in the incident.
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Philippe Paubert told a story of textures in a collection focused on comfort and reassurance.
New U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin on Sunday, during his first phone call with his Japanese counterpart, reaffirmed America's commitment to defending the disputed East China Sea islets known as the Senkaku in Japan, Jiji news agency reported. Austin and Japanese Defense Minister Nobuo Kishi confirmed that Article 5 of the U.S.-Japan security treaty, which stipulates U.S. defense obligations to Japan, covers the Senkaku Islands, Jiji said. The islets are known as the Diaoyu in China.
All five of its actively managed ETFs have more than doubled in the past 12 months, with ARK Genomic Revolution ETF (NYSEMKT: ARKG) leading the pack and tripling since this time last year. Smart investors want to know which stocks ARK Invest Chief Investment Officer Cathie Wood is looking at. To save you the trouble of looking yourself, below are three of the stocks that various ARK ETFs invested more money in over the course of the past week.
Masked, socially distanced and each given their own pen to avoid spreading germs, Portugal headed to the polls on Sunday to vote for the largely ceremonial post of president even as coronavirus cases reach record levels. Opinion polls show that the incumbent, President Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa of the centre-right Social Democratic Party, is likely to win with ease. Voters queued up as polls opened in the Lisbon parish of Santo Antonio, guided by red stickers on the ground marking the two-metre gap.
Mazda driver Oliver Jarvis has inherited pole position for the Daytona 24 Hours qualifying race on Sunday after Felipe Nasr's Cadillac was excluded from qualifying
Davide Marello's third offering was full of charming, well-executed options but didn't quite gel into a memorable outing.
Frank Lampard knows nothing less than a win will do today as Luton stand in between Chelsea and a place in the FA Cup fifth round. Five defeats in eight games have left Lampard under serious pressure, though Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has given the manager the benefit of the doubt - for now, at least. Luton sit 13th in the Championship - eight points off the relegation zone, and nine off the playoffs - so this is something of a free hit for Nathan Jones’ Hatters.
New U.S. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin on Sunday, during his first phone call with his Japanese counterpart, reaffirmed America's commitment to defending the disputed East China Sea islets known as the Senkaku in Japan, Jiji news agency reported. Austin and Japanese Defense Minister Nobuo Kishi confirmed that Article 5 of the U.S.-Japan security treaty, which stipulates U.S. defence obligations to Japan, covers the Senkaku Islands, Jiji said. The islets are known as the Diaoyu in China.
Perhaps I'm biased but I really do think the BBC is impartial. The broadcaster is giving in to its critics by trying to prove what it already is – one of the few reputable media sources we have
‘A complete massacre, a horror film’: inside Brazil's Covid disaster. Hospitals in Amazonas state overwhelmed after surge in infections linked to new variant, leaving many without even the most basic supplies