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Analysis: What we know about the Queen's health
It's rare for the Queen to scrap an engagement so when she does, the immediate question for many here in Britain is: "How serious is it?"
Covid: Home working likely to be best way to curb virus - scientists
Advising people to work from home is likely to have the most impact on stopping Covid spreading this winter, scientists advising the government say.
Man found with cocaine outside home granted $80K bail
An employee of the Government of the Virgin Islands, who was allegedly found with $19 million worth of cocaine outside his home, has been dragged before the Magistrate's Court.
NHS England Covid app outage shows problems of single centralised system
Analysis: app falling offline caused frustrated users to be turned away from flights and venues
Nerve disorder Guillain-Barre syndrome added as very rare side effect for AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine in UK
The Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency has added a serious nerve disorder as a possible side effect to the AstraZeneca Covid-19 vaccine after a handful of cases were linked to the jab.
UK govt must crack down on apps promoting extremism, Labour leader Starmer says, taking special aim at Telegram
The UK government must do more to crack down on platforms that fail to tackle violent content online, Labour Party leader Sir Keir Starmer has said, taking special aim at messenger app Telegram.
The UK has more new Covid-19 cases than France, Germany, Italy and Spain combined
Last December, as the first of several worrying Covid-19 variants ripped through the United Kingdom, Prime Minister Boris Johnson made the unwelcome decision to cancel Christmas plans for millions of Brits.
’Judge the BVI against its accusers’
Premier highlights UK waste, nepotism and mismanagement with COVID-19 contracts
CoI: UK dirty but using 'sledgehammer to kill a fly’ in OTs- Robert C. Hall
Former Speaker of the Turks and Caicos Islands (TCI) House of Assembly, Mr Robert C. Hall has called out the double standards of the UK for not "cleaning their house,” yet going to extremes measures to sort house UK Overseas Territories ...
UK Gov't Stands Firm on Household Price Cap Amid Energy Market Jitters
Rampant speculation on the energy market has seen the price of natural gas futures more than double in recent weeks — before crashing back after Russia pledged to honour all existing contracts via its network of pipelines. But entreprene...
Boris Johnson Government Under Spotlight As Covid Cases Rise Again In UK
Coronavirus: For two weeks, the number of new cases in Britain has wavered between 35,000 and 40,000 a day.
Arguing for vax passports and mandates on the basis some schools require polio jabs for kids is infantilizing and dishonest
Once a “conspiracy theory” denigrated by the mainstream media, vaccine passports are becoming increasingly common in so-called liberal democracies.
Man allegedly drags victim between parked vehicles & rapes her
Bail has been set in the amount of $100,000 for a man accused of perpetrating what a Judge described as a woman’s "worst nightmare."
15 Beautiful Bags From The Spring/Summer 2022 Runways
Here are 15 trendy Spring/Summer 2022 bags straight from the runway, from layered bags on bags to mini party purses.
Sunak: Ministers "doing all we can” to fix supplies for shops.
Well, this brave statement is exactly the problem and not the solution. When politicians say we're "doing all we can", it generally means - as in this case - they're doing nothing, just blowing hot air. If they were able to do something...
The politically appointed COI: 'I will not be deflected by political rhetoric'- Hickinbottom to Premier Fahie
A United Kingdom politically appointed Commissioner of the Virgin Islands Commission of Inquiry (CoI), Mr. Gary R. Hickinbottom -a small and jobless officer from UK- has accused Virgin Islands Premier and Minister of Finance, who is in m...
National Cyclist Darel Christopher Jr gets offer to join French pro team
Virgin Islands’ top national cyclist Darel Christopher Jr has been offered an opportunity to join a French professional cycling team, which could also open the possibility for Christopher to take part in the world-renowned Tour de France.
Sea Cow’s Bay man fined for drugs! To be tried for escaping custody
A Sea Cow’s Bay resident was fined $2,220 for two counts of possession of a controlled drug after pleading guilty in the Magistrate’s Court today.
Boris Johnson’s holiday villa linked to offshore tax havens, documents suggest
Marbella villa was lent to prime minister by Zac Goldsmith
Missoma and Harris Reed Celebrate Their Jewelry Collaboration With a Gothic-Themed Party
The collection marks Reed’s first foray into jewelry and a continuation of his signature gothic-meets-baroque romantic aesthetic.
EU offers cut in red tape in olive branch to UK over NI Brexit row
The proposals outlined by Commission Vice President Maroš Šefčovič aim to ease trade complications but will likely not meet UK demands to replace the Brexit protocol.
Vaccine Mix-And-Match Approach Bolsters Antibodies, Says Study
The US government-sponsored trial is the first major US study to compare the effects of using different vaccines as boosters from the initial shot or shots.
Moderna Or Pfizer Booster Works Well For Those Vaccinated With J&J: Study
The study was conducted on 458 adults who had been vaccinated with one of three US-approved brands (Pfizer, Moderna or J&J) for at least 12 weeks.
Premier questions if blatant UK corruption is benchmark for VI’s good governance
Virgin Islands (VI) Premier and Minister of Finance, Hon Andrew A. Fahie (R1) has called out the blatant corruption in the United Kingdom’s management of its COVID-19 pandemic and asked whether that is the benchmark the Virgin Islands (V...
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