September 10, 2021

Horoscopes: Taurus is ‘charming’ & could make ‘first class’ connection with someone today

TAURUS is the star sign that covers those born between April 20 and May 20. With the summer almost over, what can Taurus expect from love as it channels its Virgo season?
September 10, 2021

Daily horoscope for September 11: Your star sign reading, astrology and zodiac forecast

TODAY'S horoscope is intense and passionate, and the main aspects forming in the sky suggest that anything could happen. Here is your star sign reading, horoscope, astrology and zodiac forecast for September 11.
September 10, 2021

EMA issues ‘warning’ about new ‘serious’ side effect of the AstraZeneca Covid vaccine

THE EUROPEAN Medicines Agency has added a rare but serious condition to its product information for the AstraZeneca Covid vaccine. The regulatory body has issued a warning that a "causal relationship" to the vaccine is a "reasonable possibility".
September 10, 2021

N Ireland risks ‘instability and uncertainty’ if post-Brexit deal renegotiated, top EU official warns

Northern Ireland could see "instability, uncertainty and unpredictability" if there is an attempt to renegotiate the post-Brexit agreement, the European Commission's vice president has warned.
September 10, 2021

‘Cowboy’ COVID test providers to face £10k fines as 91 taken off government list

Private COVID-19 testing companies will face £10,000 fines for taking advantage of holidaymakers as 91 are removed from the government's approved list following a review.
September 10, 2021

‘Cowboy’ COVID test providers to face £10k fines as 91 taken off government list

Private COVID-19 testing companies will face £10,000 fines for taking advantage of holidaymakers as 91 are removed from the government's approved list following a review.
September 10, 2021

The Ronaldo effect: what big players mean for the business goals of clubs like Manchester United

Big names, big gains?
September 10, 2021

HGV driving tests to be relaxed to help lorry driver shortages ahead of Christmas

HGV driving tests will be relaxed to allow 50,000 more to be taken in an attempt to tackle the shortage of lorry drivers ahead of Christmas, the transport secretary has announced.
September 10, 2021

Cristiano Ronaldo’s return to Manchester United won’t appear on live UK TV – the 3pm blackout no longer makes sense

Is the decades-old policy of not broadcasting 3pm football games in England still necessary?
September 10, 2021

Activist Elliott floats break-up of pharma services group Clinigen

One of the world’s most feared activist investors is pushing the listed healthcare company Clinigen to explore options include a radical break-up.
September 10, 2021

China is on course to build the best cars in the world

China used to only make Soviet cars under licence. Now it’s taking on Tesla.
September 10, 2021

Customers face permanent food shortages, warns industry leader

Shoppers face permanent food shortages with the days of being able to get almost any item off the supermarket shelf over, a trade body chief has warned.