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Extinction Rebellion mobs attack UK newspaper presses, delaying publication

A spokesperson for the newsprinters said: "This is a matter for the police and the Home Office," also calling it "an attack on the free press."

Roberto Wakerell-Cruz

UK to possibly scrap daily coronavirus death toll following reports of 'over-exaggerating' count

The United Kingdom may do away with its official daily COVID-19 death toll counter following a review conducted by experts at Oxford University.

Sam Edwards

Esther Krakue brings a new voice of reason with the uncomfortable truth

To speak up at a time when the Black Lives Matter movement was gaining huge momentum in the UK and US, Krakue certainly put her neck on the line to question the motives of those around her.

Fiona Dodwell

The conservative reform of academia is underway as coronavirus necessitates cuts

A conservative-led reform of higher-education is long overdue. One of the biggest flaws of modern conservative movements was letting universities turn into hubs of radicalism.

Sumantra Maitra

UK coronavirus vaccine 'safe and induces an immune reaction' in early trials

This is not the only place in the world where a potentially viable vaccine is currently in the works. Groups of top scientists in the USA and China are also at roughly the same stage at developing a vaccine.

James Anthony

Virus immunity could disappear within months, researchers say

Experts now say that Covid-19 patients who had recovered may be susceptible to reinfection with just months. This would force governments to rethink their strategy in fighting the virus.

Collin Jones

Crowdfunding site shuts down black lesbian lawyer's campaign on Stonewall anniversary

What is the point of raising funds to engage in a legal fight if those against whom the suit is brought can scare the crowdfunding platform into banning the plaintiff?

Erin Perse

BREAKING: Three dead, police officer stabbed, suspect shot in Glasgow

A police officer in Glasgow, Scotland has been stabbed and three others have been killed following a "serious incident" in Glasgow, Scotland.

Sam Edwards

Google apologizes for mysterious disappearance of Winston Churchill's image

Google has now openly apologized for making Winston Churchill's image temporarily unavailable when using the search engine.

Collin Jones

'Far-right' British protestor carried to safety by Black Lives Matter activist

Saturday was a long day of protest and violence in London, as thousands of British people took to the streets to protest the death of George Floyd that happened in late May.

Collin Jones

Protesters demand the take-down of Gandhi statue—charge him with racism

Leftist activists in Britain are demanding the removal of a statue of Mahatma Gandhi in Leicester.

Collin Jones

WATCH: Graffiti cleaners harassed for cleaning anti-police, Black Lives Matter graffiti

As several young people gathered outside to scrub graffiti off a memorial, others also gathered around to criticize them for not allowing the vandalism to remain there for a single day.

Collin Jones

The coronavirus crisis is a story of wasted resources

From public health priorities, to foreign aid, to academic bailouts, the amount of tax-funded cash wasted in the last few months amount to billions.

Sumantra Maitra

UK PM Boris Johnson orders an end to reliance on Chinese imports

Boris Johnson has ordered civil servants to put an end to the UK's dependence on essential medical supplies and other necessary imports from China.

Sam Edwards

Knighthood for Captain Tom Moore, who raised £33 million for the NHS doing laps around his garden

The 100-year-old World War II veteran, who raised money for the National Health Service by doing laps around his garden, is soon to be knighted by the Queen.

Libby Emmons