January 12, 2021

Tougher police Covid crackdown to tackle ‘selfish’ rule-breakers

Flouters have been condemned at a Downing Street press conference
January 12, 2021

How to tell if you’ve already had coronavirus

CORONAVIRUS has infected more than three million Brits in total, but there are plenty more people who have had the virus without realising. Here's how to tell if you've had coronavirus.
January 12, 2021

Tough times for property owners after lost ‘golden quarter’

Apart from companies in the leisure and hospitality sector, along with the oil heavyweights, shares of commercial property companies were among the stock market's worst performers last year.
January 12, 2021

Five economic effects from the Democratic sweep in Washington

From pandemic stimulus to China relations, it will soon become clear that there is a new broom in town.
January 12, 2021

Men who live more than 100 miles apart fined after meeting at McDonald’s

After speaking to the three men inside the car, officers realised they were from completely different parts of the country
January 12, 2021

Tesco and Asda latest supermarkets to ban shoppers who refuse to wear face masks

TESCO and Asda have announced shoppers will not be allowed to enter stores if they are not wearing a face covering. Customers are also encouraged to shop alone where possible.
January 12, 2021

Edinburgh Woollen Mill saved in move that will protect 1,453 jobs

Administrators have made the announcement
January 12, 2021

Shell to cut 330 UK jobs over next two years as Covid hits profits

The oil sector has struggled since the pandemic after economic activity weakened
January 12, 2021

Boris Johnson’s 7 mile bike ride “nothing special”, Downing Street says

PM's spokesman said people should "go for it" - despite guidance to stay local
January 12, 2021

New Covid variant is ‘reason to reinforce social distancing’

Government scientists want the social distancing gap increased
January 12, 2021

New UK measures to tackle China ‘human rights violations’ against Uighur Muslims

The UK government has publicly criticised China's treatment of Uighur Muslims as "barbarism" and announced new measures to stop UK companies trading with Chinese firms connected to forced labour.
January 12, 2021

Edinburgh Woollen Mill rescue saves 1,453 jobs

Retailer Edinburgh Woollen Mill has been bought out of administration in a deal that saves 1,453 jobs and 246 stores.