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"We’re not bringing them in because they are cheaper, we’re bringing them in because there aren’t people in this country that want to do this work," says care manager.
The virus is still with us, of course, and the fight goes on. But as we look back over the last several difficult weeks, we recall how critics claimed that this law hailed the end of democracy in our country. In fact, more Hungarians are alive today because of it.
Boris Johnson's chief advisor Dominic Cummings has insisted he “made the right judgment” in travelling 400km from London to Durham at the height of the coronavirus lockdown.
Boris Johnson defended top aide Dominic Cummings amid mounting criticism over his travelling during lockdown.
There have been hundreds of cases of children with a multisystem inflammatory syndrome. Here we explain the possible link to COVID-19 and the symptoms to look out for.
Downing Street said Johnson aide Dominic Cummings "believes he behaved reasonably and legally" when he travelled 400 kilometres during lockdown to visit family.
The University of Oxford has said it is ready to begin its second and third phase of clinical testing a possible vaccine for coronavirus.
UK finance minister Rishi Sunak announced the support on March 20, vowing to reimburse 80% of workers’ wage costs to a cap of £2,500 per month, backdated to March 1, 2020. The scheme sees employees put on temporary leave, called being furloughed.
A governmental advisory body said a two-week postponement would "halve" the risk to primary and secondary school children, the ones expected to return to school first.
The UK government has pledged to scrap a healthcare surcharge for foreign NHS and care workers - although other migrants will still see an increase to their fees.
Controversial new legislation introduced to the British parliament seeks to increase sentencing and monitoring for terrorism offences.
I am asking the UK and other European Governments to show that they are guided by strong moral principles and ask Saudi Arabia to release my mother, brothers, and all political prisoners that they are currently holding.
We are starting to hear more about the far-reaching consequences the COVID-19 response could have on people’s mental and physical health; especially among those with long-term health conditions.
London's public transport received a government bailout that Mayor Sadiq Khan said wasn't the deal he wanted. Who is really going to pay for this bailout?
The coronavirus crisis is adding yet more strain to a United Kingdom which, for the best part of a decade, has seemed anything but united, writes Euronews' political editor Darren McCaffrey.
"The whole response has been disjointed and this quarantine proposal is no different in that at all stages the government has followed on behind and played catch up,” Professor Gabriel Scally tells Euronews.
Lockdown loosening measures for England are in place from today despite criticIsms that the rules remain confusing and may endanger the lower-paid. It comes as the UK Chancellor of the Exchequer extends the furlough scheme until October.
Fisheries remain one of the main bones of contention during the EU-UK negotiations, putting the entire post-Brexit compromise at risk. Game theory suggests two styles of negotiation: collaboration or blame-game, but which approach will prevail?
The Independent SAGE group says the UK government should be doing more to suppress COVID-19 rather than simply managing its spread.
Male security guards, taxi drivers and chefs are among workers worst-hit by COVID-19, according to new data released by the UK's Office of National Statistics.
Johnson is to announce a “roadmap” of how the UK can start relaxing some of the lockdown measures. Changes may include being able to exercise more than once a day and the reopening of garden centres.
Problematic, even hideous for some, lockdown has been a blessing in disguise for others.
Queen Elizabeth marked the 75th anniversary of VE Day on Friday with a rare public address to the British public.
More than 100 organisations, unions and think tanks have published an open letter urging politicians across the UK to act to protect carers from what it describes as a ‘growing poverty crisis’.
One expert has told Euronews it's because the UK did not lock down quickly enough.
Whilst the focus has been on the provision of personal protective equipment (PPE) and swiftly expanding bed capacity in the NHS to meet potential future needs, the mental health and emotional well-being of clinicians has been somewhat of an afterthought.