A woman celebrating her 30th birthday with two friends and two dogs were relaxing on an inflatable flamingo float when it drifted out into the bay (right) and they had to be rescued (left) (Pictures: US Coast Guard Alaska) A […]
Open-source investigations report that the agents shadowed Dmitry Bykov, who fell severely ill with similar symptoms in 2019 Russian agents who had tailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny before his poisoning also shadowed a journalist who had earlier fallen severely ill […]
Exclusive: leading UK operators say they repeatedly raised concerns about not testing people discharged from hospital Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Some of the UK’s biggest care home operators have told the Guardian they repeatedly warned […]
America is back, he said. As he makes his first foreign trip as president, Joe Biden is keen to emphasise his priorities –  climate change, relations with Russia and China and the Covid vaccine. Tonight it’s being reported that the […]
He’s a Conservative peer who’s given more than £1.5 million to the party and hosted cabinet ministers at his 70th birthday celebrations. But a former employee is today calling for the PM to suspend Lord Ranger, claiming she was unfairly […]
Gunmen in Afghanistan have killed at least 10 people and wounded 16 others in an attack on the world’s largest mine clearing charity, the Halo Trust. We spoke to the chief executive officer of the Halo Trust, former British Army […]
The number of people booking a Covid jab topped one million yesterday – a record high – as all 25 to 29-year-olds became eligible for vaccination. But for pregnant women, it’s been a very confusing pandemic. New research has found […]
Ever wondered if claims from businesses that they are going green are too good to be true? You’re not alone. A new expert body has been tasked by the government to tackle the problem of ‘greenwashing’ by setting out what […]
Two British charities have called for the rule which requires terminally-ill people to prove they have six months or less to live to qualify for state benefits to be abolished, as hundreds every year die without support. More than 100 […]
The UK is trying the EU’s patience after failing to come up with solutions during fraught talks to resolve the pair’s ongoing row over post-Brexit border checks in Northern Ireland, Brussels’ chief negotiator has said. “Our patience is wearing very […]