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Four years ago, the UK held an exercise to test the country’s readiness to face a flu pandemic. Now the government is declining to release details of what was learnt, angering doctors.
Airbus has written to its employees to warn that more cuts in production are on the way as it struggles to cope with the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Fehmarnbelt Link will allow trains and cars to cross the strait in just seven and ten minutes respectively. At the moment, a ferry takes about an hour to make the crossing.
Comparing countries on daily COVID-19 deaths is not the most accurate way of assessing performance, a professor has told Euronews.
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"This kind of thing, a crisis like this, it impacts the poorest people the hardest, it always does," said the founder of a London food bank. "And it’s just not right, it’s not fair."