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How did the UK government lose billions in loans? Cash filled suitcases seized at the border
Cash filled suitcases were seized at the border in the UK. Seized money is suspected from COVID 'bounce back loans'. Watch this report to know more.
While Boris Johnson partied, I helped a child put on PPE to see his dying dad
NHS doctors were grateful to the public who followed Covid rules. The PM’s glass of wine has been thrown in all our faces, says palliative care doctor Rachel Clarke
Man unknowingly buys former plantation house where his ancestors were enslaved
An Air Force veteran wanted a new house for large family gatherings; he ended up getting an incredible link to his family’s past.
Nato head warns over risks of close economic ties with Russia and China
Jens Stoltenberg tells business leaders in Davos that values should matter more than profits
BBC apologises after 'Manchester United are rubbish' gaffe
The BBC was forced to apologise to Manchester United fans on Tuesday after a message appeared on their news ticker labelling the Premier League club as "rubbish".
‘Historic’ global tax deal on multinationals delayed until 2024
Some doubt the OECD-brokered agreement, which would levy more tax on the world’s largest firms, will ever be implemented
Boris Johnson pictured drinking at No 10 lockdown event
Boris Johnson has been pictured drinking at an event in Downing Street during lockdown.
Schools don’t need to bin Shakespeare – but it’s time for us to teach him differently
Decolonising the curriculum doesn’t mean losing traditional texts, but studying the power imbalances my pupils already experience, says secondary school teacher Nadeine Asbali
Downing Street says it instigated Sue Gray meeting about party report
The civil servant is expected to publish her findings on lockdown breaches in government within days, after having secret dubious meeting with Boris Johnson.
Breast-Feeding Mom Saves Pet Goose From Bald Eagle Attack
A woman in Canada jumped into action to save her pet goose from a hungry bald eagle. Cait Oakley was in the middle of breastfeeding her baby girl, she told Inside Edition’s Les ...
She thought a dark moment in her past was forgotten. Then she scanned her face online
Cher Scarlett, a software engineer, has a history of being misidentified by face-scanning technology, including one instance that may have surfaced a distant ancestor in a photo...
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