Monday, January 25, 2021

Climate change: Six questions about the Cumbria coal controversy

By Roger HarrabinBBC environment analystimage copyrightWest Cumbria Mining Companyimage captionThe mine would extract coking coal from beneath the Irish Sea to be used...

Vaccine appointments delayed due to supply issues in Matt Hancock’s own...

Elderly residents in Matt Hancock’s own constituency had their jab appointments delayed due to vaccine supply issues, the Mirror has learned....

Covid: Labour attacks Sunak over strategy to help economy

Mr Sunak is due to set out the "next phase of the plan to tackle the virus and protect jobs" at the Budget...

Ministers could intervene over ‘failing’ colleges in wide-ranging new education plan

The Government has set out its plans to reform post-16 education and training in England. New powers could be introduced to...

Theresa May: PM’s foreign aid cut damaged UK’s moral leadership, says...

She told the Daily Mail the UK had to "live up to its values" and would be judged by its actions not its...

Scotland’s lockdown extended with schools remaining closed until mid-February

Scotland's lockdown restrictions will stay in place until at least the middle of February, Nicola Sturgeon announced. today. The First Minister...

Universal credit: Labour presses PM for action ahead of benefit vote

Labour says the PM should give millions a helping hand by extending the £20 universal credit uplift. By Source link

Covid: Airport support scheme to open in England

The government is aiming to provide grants by April to mitigate the impact of Covid travel rules. By Source link

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